Hello I am Erin McCarty! I am originally from Baton Rouge and I am a huge LSU fan. Geaux Tigers! I now call Shreveport home and have enjoyed working in radio for over 30 years. You can hear me doing the news on several of our stations each day. To hear more from you will need to tune into KEEL. I am half of the KEEL Morning Show team with Robert J Wright. Every weekday morning, we cover the hottest topics that impact our local, national and global communities. I am a proud mother of two sons. One is just out of the Marines and is in college in our area. My youngest son is still serving in the Marines.
Are Teachers Valuable to Gov? Union Leader Questions That
Governor John Bel Edwards is proposing a $400 annual pay raise for teachers in Louisiana and $200 for support staff. Teachers groups across the state are not happy about this paltry amount which is $33 a month for teachers and $16.50 for support workers.
BREAKING: Senators Vote to Acquit Trump in Impeachment Trial
Louisiana's two Senators split on the impeachment vote. Senator Bill Cassidy voted Donald Trump guilty while Senator John Kennedy voted not guilty.
Tips to Keep Your Pipes from Freezing
Here are some things you can do now to keep your pipes from freezing.
LSU Students Can Party But Can’t Attend Class?
LSU Campus Life held a Mardi Gras party in Baton Rouge for students. But some parents don't understand how an LSU organization can host a big party but students can not go back to in person classes.
Is Louisiana a Valentine’s Day Cheapskate?
How much do Louisiana residents spend on Valentine's Day?
SNAP Benefits Going Up in Louisiana Due to Covid
Folks who get SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) benefits in Louisiana will be getting a little more federal assistance this year.
Which States Are Losing the Most Residents?
An annual study shows people are moving to the south in the United States in a pretty big way.
New Laws Going into Effect Today
Some new laws go into effect with the New Year.
Louisiana’s Biggest Political Scandals
Louisiana has a long history of political corruption. Between 1997 and 2006, we were #1 in the national for political convictions according to Corporate Crime Reporter. Things have improved a bit, but we are still at #6 on the list.
Louisiana’s Most Wanted Criminals
Louisiana law enforcement agencies are on the hunt for several wanted fugitives. Here are the most wanted from across the state.
Louisiana Is Suing Google
Louisiana is joining hands with several other states to fight an internet giant. Attorney General Jeff Landry – along with the United States Department of Justice and ten other state Attorneys General – filed a civil antitrust lawsuit to prevent Google from unlawfully maintaining monop…
Popeye’s Unveils Chocolate-Filled Beignets
Popeyes is rolling out chocolate-stuffed beignets.