My name is Bruce MIkells some of the things I enjoy most are reading those long receipts from the drug store, making ceramic statues of cheese, and folding fitted sheets. I have made guest appearances on Happy Days, McMillan and Wife, and Rescue 911. In each case I played a dead body.
Tropical System In The Gulf Likely By Tuesday
All eyes in Louisiana will be focusing on the Gulf of Mexico over the next couple of days.
Severe Weather Expected Sunday In South Louisiana
The of you being affected by severe weather is greatly enhanced during the day Sunday.
UPDATE: Family Says Acadiana Man “OK” After Platform Fire In Gulf Of Mexico [PICTURES & VI…
The family of a Eunice man tells us he is "doing ok" after him and three other workers evacuated a production platform that caught fire in the Gulf of Mexico.
Payton Trade Rumors Heat Up As Saints Season Ends
Does Sean Payton have a secret agenda to leave New Orleans? According to reports, the Rams are expected to ask permission to talk to the Saints this week about a possible deal.
Department Of Wildlife Closes Some Louisiana Oyster Harvesting Areas
Officials with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries are keeping several oyster harvest areas closed for at least an additional month.
Edwards Admits Trump’s Visit To Louisiana Was Helpful
Governor Edwards does an about face on Donald Trump's visit. He still defends President Obama's decision to wait until Tuesday to tour the flood damaged areas of the state.
Triple Threat In The Tropics By Early Next Week
There is a potential that by early next week three tropical systems could be churning in the very warm waters of the Tropical Atlantic Ocean.
State Insurance Commissioner Offers Advice On Filing Flood Claims
Louisiana's Insurance Commissioner, Jim Donelon, offers advice on how to expedite your insurance claims.
Hurricane Center Eyeing Tropical Wave For Further Development
A tropical wave near the Cape Verde Islands is cause for concern at the National Hurricane Center. It should not be a threat to the Louisiana coastline.
Vermilion River Begins To Recede – Mermentau River Still Rising
The Vermilion River at Lafayette has reached its crest. The Mermantau continues to rise and push backwater flooding into many communities.
Emergency Benefits For Groceries And Food Made Available For Flood Victims
Because of the recent flooding the state of Louisiana has authorized emergency food and grocery benefits for those affected by the high water.
Residents Affected By Flood Urged To Pre-Register With FEMA – Here’s How
State officials believe a federal disaster declaration is imminent for portions of South Louisiana that were affected by the rising water. Here's what you need to be doing to expedite assistance for your family.