Hey it’s Gary and I’m one of the chosen few to spend most of my life right here in Kiss Country. And I was destined for a life in radio. Born at the old Doctor’s Hospital and delivered by Dr. Flake. You know you’re going into radio when you’re delivered by a Flake. Graduated from Trinity Heights and was asked to not return to college after deciding it was a better idea to go deer hunting than take finals. Haughton is home now with my wife Julie. Still spend way too much time hunting and fishing with my sons Buddy, Craig and Colt. And I’m still praying that one day I’ll realize my life dream and win the Powerball. I just gotta remember to buy a ticket.
La. Lawmaker Wants to Do Away With ‘Conceal Carry’ Permit Requirement
Representative Danny McCormick says, “I have always trusted rights to the individual and not to the Government.”
Smile, It’s National Drink Wine Day
Today is National Drink Wine Day, so it's perfectly acceptable to have that glass of your favorite fermented grapes.
LDWF Warns of Possible Fish Kills Due to Freezing Temps
We get word from the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries of potential fish kills throughout coastal Louisiana due to freezing water temperatures.
Louisiana Woman Sprays Hair With Gorilla Glue and Video Goes Viral
How often was your stupid human mistake dumb enough to land you in the hospital?
Is Louisiana’s Economy Recovering Faster Than Expected?
Louisiana is actually recovering faster than the initial predictions.
Louisiana Hopeful to Finally Replace Antiquated Voting Machines
Some say Louisiana's arsenal of ten thousand voting machines are thirty years old.
Are These Louisiana’s Five Biggest Pet Peeves?
Yes, we've got a lot of pet peeves in Louisiana, but wouldn't you agree these are the Top 5?
Louisiana Family Forum Looking For State’s Longest Married Couple
Again this year, the Louisiana Family Forum wants to spotlight the state's longest married couple and they're accepting nominations for the distinction.
Retired Medical Workers Needed to Administer COVID Vaccines
Louisiana will soon get enough of the COVID vaccine, that volunteers are needed to help administer the vaccine
Louisiana High Schools to Offer ‘Fast Forward Initiative’
Louisiana high school juniors and seniors will be able to capitalize on a new pilot program allowing them to "Fast Forward” their education.
La. State Police Issue Endangered Missing Child Advisory
Only about 150 miles east of Shreveport, authorities are busy right now looking for a missing 11 year old girl.
La. Attorney General Warns of COVID Vaccine Scam
The latest ploy of con-artists involves the fear some Louisiana citizens have in regards to the coronavirus pandemic.