Mike is a Shreveport native and Northwood High School graduate. He is is an award-winning, 40 year veteran in the local theatre community and on the radio.
Did You Know There is a Louisiana Distillery Trail?
Local craft brewers abound across the entire state. But did you know Louisiana is also home to several distilleries?
Dave & Buster’s Building a Second Location in Louisiana
Dave & Buster's is famous for their arcade style restaurants offering video games, billiards and even bowling in certain locations.
Louisiana Federation of Teachers Opposes Arming Teachers
An important fact to remember about this amendment, it doesn't require all teachers to be armed. It allows teachers who are able and willing to be trained, to go through extensive training to be able to be armed in the classroom.
Gun Bill in Louisiana Transformed into School Safety Bill
Louisiana lawmakers are trying to find a way to address school safety.
5 Memorial Day Facts You Might Not Know
As we approach Memorial Day Weekend, and enjoy the freedoms that were paid for by the lives of those who stepped up when asked, I hope we all take a moment and remember just how and why we are able to fire up that grill, take the boat to the lake, or just drive to grandmother's to enjoy family.
Caddo Parish Courthouse Confederate Monument Move Begins
Deconstruction has begun on the controversial Forty-Six Confederate Veteran's Reunion Monument located in front of the Caddo Parish Courthouse. A safety perimeter fence has gone up around the monument, and construction crews have begun the task of moving the monument to a private location.
States With The Most WWII Veterans Still Living
As of December 2021, according to the US Department of Veteran's Affairs, of the 16 million Americans that served in WWII, only about 240,000 are still alive today.
Louisiana Unemployment Rate Lowest In Recorded History
Shreveport who recorded 175,600 jobs, added 500 jobs from March 2022, and gained 5,700 jobs from April 2021.
5 Things in the South That Northerners Don’t Get
People north of the Mason-Dixon don't understand the south. Here are 5 things we do or have in the south that people up north just don't understand.
Historical Crimes With Ties To Louisiana
Some of the most famous crimes in American history actually have surprising ties to Louisiana. According to the FBI website, there are six famous cases and criminals with ties to Louisiana