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.
How to Get Free Cheeseburgers in Shreveport
Sunday is National Cheeseburger Day, and several national chains are celebrating by offering free cheeseburgers
Senator Kennedy: Want to Stop Crime? Stop Defunding the Police
Senator Kennedy outlined 4 steps we need to take to drastically reduce crime and its' effects on Louisianans.
Louisiana Holiday Shopping Starts Earlier Every Year
As we head into the 2022 holiday shopping season, a lot of people have been affected by this economy and inflation.
Could Louisiana End the State Income Tax?
Just this week the House Ways & Means Committee held it's first meeting to actually evaluate whether or not the state could eliminate the state's income tax and still be able to pay for government services currently being provided.
Massive Alligator Roaming Texas Neighborhood
Residents in the Houston neighborhood of the Cinco Ranch subdivision were surprised by an 11-foot gator casually strolling the neighborhood.
LSU Home Opener This Weekend!
LSU opens the Brian Kelly era at home this Saturday against Southern University. Both universities are based in Baton Rouge, both have had football programs for over a century, but surprisingly, have never played each other.
Shreveport Mayor Perkins Addresses City Healthcare Issue
This means those city workers and retirees that have been using Willis Knighton as their primary care provider can continue to use Willis Knighton, but as a second tier, out of plan provider, which will cost more to the employees in the way of higher deductibles and higher premiums.
Shreveport Gas Prices Dropping… Who Has the Cheapest?
After a summer that saw record high gas prices, it's good to see them coming back down out of the stratosphere, whatever the reason.
Biden Admin Wants to Redefine Sex & Gender for Louisiana Schools
They recently tried to coerce Louisiana schools by threatening to take away federal funding for school lunch programs if schools didn't comply with the federal mandates of allowing bilogical males to compete in female athletics.
Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office Arrests 4 Teen Burglars
Caddo patrol deputies responded to a call just after 3AM at the 4300 block of Roy Road in Blanchard where apartment residents reported cash and prescription drugs had been stolen from various parked cars.
Downtown Shreveport Favorite Almost Ready to Reopen
With new owners, a new chef, a new sign, and a refreshed look, a beloved downtown Shreveport tavern is getting set to reopen