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This Has to be the Most Louisiana JEEP Accessory Ever
Louisiana is the Sportsman's Paradise and most residents love spending time outdoors, hence, we have a lot of JEEP owners and this has to be the most 'Louisiana' JEEP accessory of all time!. Why do so many Louisiana residents drive JEEPs?. That's easy, in Louisiana, we love the outdoors and...
Fort Worth Police are Looking for a Coward Who Stole Girl Scout Cookie Money
I've said it a thousand times, there is nothing worse than a thief in Texas. It's one of the Ten Commandments, even, "Thou Shalt Not Steal." But there are people out there who still believe it's right to take what isn't theirs from someone else. I don't care what the reason, excuse, is, it's not right, it's not cool, it's not something that earns respect, it's not something to be proud of. When you do it the way this Fort Worth, Texas man did, you can't call yourself a man, you will forever be known as a coward.
Residents in Louisiana Hear Loud Boom That Rattles Homes and Vehicles
Some residents in South Louisiana are reporting hearing a loud boom on Tuesday evening. WWL-TV reports that several people reported hearing the loud boom that shook homes and rattled windows. One resident went to their security cameras and was able to retrieve the sound, but no one knew where it...
Foreigner’s Mick Jones Reveals Parkinson’s Diagnosis
Mick Jones of Foreigner has opened up about being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. Foreigner is currently traveling North America on their farewell tour, but Jones has not performed with them since 2022. "Fans will have become very aware that for some time now, I have not been performing onstage with...
Louisiana’s Closest Buc-ee’s Could Open Sooner Than Expected
For a state without one Louisiana sure does love Buc-ee's. You know Buc-ee's right? The over-the-top travel centers that are famous for clean restrooms and fresh smoked brisket? Louisiana travelers swear by Buc-ee's and sometimes swear at Buc-ee's if they've had the misfortune of stopping at the Robertsdale, Alabama location during a peak beach weekend. Yeah, it can get pretty crowded.
Louisiana, Here’s This Year’s Average Tax Refund So Far
Every year during late February and early March Louisiana's economy gets a bit of a boost. Sure, Louisiana gets a boost from Mardi Gras but this boost is more on a personal level as compared to a municipal or statewide level. The boost I am referring to is that magic moment when you realize you've overpaid the government and they are graciously returning some of your money to you. Yeah, we're talking about your tax refund.
Louisiana’s Latest Whataburger Announces Opening Date
If you are an avid listener to my show each morning you know how much I love Whataburger. I mean I talk about them all the time and bugged them enough that they now sponsor my show every morning. We all were excited when we saw the first Whataburger come...
Louisiana’s Largest Hunting & Fishing Show Announces Changes
From the marshes of southwest Louisiana near Lake Charles to the great Cajun Prairie near Eunice to the rolling hills and pine forests of central and northern Louisiana one thing is certain, we love the outdoors. Whether it's fishing on one of north Louisiana's record-breaking bass lakes or hunting ducks in the early morning hours near Guyedan people in Louisiana are hooked on fishing and hunting in our state's great outdoors.
Should Louisiana School Districts Close on This Historical Day?
One thing folks in Louisiana love to debate on social media is school closures and here's one day to discuss. Anytime a school district announces a closure, some on social media are quick to remind others that they endured the worst conditions and still attended school. Well, I hate to...
Louisiana Comedian Lands Her First Netflix Festival Show
Everyone loves to laugh right? Are you a big fan of stand-up comedy? We are too and we are super proud to announce that a local Lake Charles native just found out that she will be heading her show at the Netflix Is A Joke festival in 2024. The comedian...
Texas Banning the Sale of Ice Cold Beer?
There is no doubt about it, in the state of Texas we work hard and play hard. And for many adults across the state of Texas playing hard involves cracking open an ice-cold beer or chilled glass of wine. While most adults can handle the responsibility of drinking alcohol, there are always a few that cannot follow the laws and make things difficult for everyone else.
Apple Addresses Practice of Putting iPhones in Rice to Dry
Louisiana iPhone users, you may want to listen to what Apple is saying about putting your phone in rice in the hope of drying it out. For years so many of us have dropped and wet our phones and for some reason, we resorted to putting our device in rice to dry it out.
Jon Anderson is Glad He Saw ‘Spinal Tap’ Before Yes’ 90125 Tour
Jon Anderson said he was glad he’d seen classic spoof documentary This is Spinal Tap before Yes toured their 1983 album 90125. The cult movie was released a few weeks after the British prog giants commenced a 110-date, 10-month global road trip in 1984. Among the memorable events along...
Ace Frehley, ‘10,000 Volts': Album Review
Credit where it's due: Ace Frehley knows how to make headlines. The Spaceman hasn't been able to make a peep about his latest album 10,000 Volts without also taking a swipe at his former Kiss bandmates. He's mocked their plans for a virtual afterlife, boasted that he can sing better than Paul Stanley and claimed that his new album will make his ex-cohorts "look like imbeciles."
Peter Frampton Always Hated Infamous ‘I’m in You’ Album Cover
Peter Frampton has enjoyed a legendary career, though there were certainly mistakes along the way. One was his much-mocked outfit on the cover of the 1977 album I’m in You. “That was the ‘Little Lord Fauntleroy’ outfit, I call that one,” Frampton quipped during a recent appearance on The Bob Lefsetz Podcast.
Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser Pardons Crawfish in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana
Louisiana Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser was in Breaux Bridge yesterday for his annual pardoning of a crawfish. Yes, we are just different in Louisiana. Nungesser and local dignitaries gathered on the banks of the Bayou Teche near St. Bernard Catholic School to pardon Sherbin the Crawfish. The lucky crawfish is...
Louisiana Reporter and UL Grad Trades in His Microphone for Dog Tags
Lafayette, LA (KPEL News) - Lafayette, Louisiana, has watched the changing television broadcast landscape change over the last year, and the faces we see with it. One reporter and UL grad who began as a photographer and then transitioned to a field reporter has traded in his microphone for dog tags.
Louisiana Piglet Rescued After Being Thrown Like Football
"Piglet" as he is affectionately known had an extremely rough entrance into the world spotlight, but it turns out that his fame has come with new digs at the home of Louisiana State Representative Lauren Ventrella, who owns and operates her own private farm sanctuary. Humane Society of Louisiana took...
Trees Already Blooming In Louisiana; Is That Sign It’s Spring?
Yesterday, while walking into the backyard here at the Townsquare Media building in West Shreveport, I did a double-take. Is that Bartlett pear tree already blooming? No, it couldn't be. Our morning low was in the really low 30's Monday morning. Those can't be blooms; it's some type of optical illusion.
Louisiana Residents Hoping for Big Lottery Win This Week
SHREVEPORT, LA - The lottery jackpots are climbing to monster numbers this week. The top prizes in the Powerball and Mega Millions are worth a combined $873 million this week. The $525 million dollar Mega Millions jackpot is up for grabs on Friday, February 23. The lump sum payout is $247 million.
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