Born and raised in Carencro/Lafayette, Brandon Comeaux has worked in the Lafayette market since 2007. His opportunity to work in radio came while he was a student at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Brandon started his radio career as a part-time worker with KPEL1420am ESPN Radio, producing sports games and giving halftime reports. Brandon has hosted numerous sports shows on ESPN 1420 - from postgame scoreboard shows to sports talk shows. Eventually, Brandon also began producing and board operating for Newstalk 96.5 KPEL FM. He has also interim-hosted two shows on KPEL - Your Afternoon Drive Home and Acadiana's Morning News - while serving as a news anchor/reporter. Brandon also works as the producer for the Moon Griffon Show. In February 2017, Brandon teamed up with Shannon Wilkerson to host OFFSIDES, a talk show dedicated to discussing issues you deal with and discuss everyday. In addition to this, Brandon is one of the broadcasters for the Lafayette High Game of the Week on KPEL. Brandon lives in Lafayette with his beautiful wife, Hannah.
Moon Griffon Calls Out Former Sen. Robert Adley’s “Lies” On The Budget Part 2 – Moon Griff…
Part 2 of Moon breaking down what he calls "lies" told by Adley in defense of Governor John Bel Edwards as we face a 'fiscal cliff.'
Louisiana’s First Family Weighs In On Arrest Of Teacher Deyshia Hargrave (VIDEO)
Governor John Bel Edwards and his wife, First Lady Donna Edwards, discussed the arrest of language arts teacher Deyshia Hargrave at a Vermilion Parish School Board meeting earlier this week.
Iberia Sheriff’s Office Looking For Accused Shooter
A man suspected in a Sunday shooting in Iberia Parish is on the loose.
Road Closures Begins Today As Part Of I-10 Widening Project
Louisiana Avenue northbound under I-10, between the on and off ramps of La. Avenue northbound, will be closed beginning today and lasting until Wednesday, February 28.
Lane Closures Happening As E. Pont des Mouton Road Widens
E. Pont des Mouton Road between Moss Street and Louisiana Avenue is having alternating lane closures through Friday, January 12.
I-10 Widening Project Continues As 2018 Gets Underway
As 2018 begins, the 7.11-mile I-10 Widening Project covering Lafayette and St. Martin Parishes continues its progress.
FEMA No Longer Sending Text Messages In 2018
If you get a text message claiming to be from FEMA in 2018, you may want to use caution.
Sex Offender Arrested For Failing To Register In Acadia Parish
Sheriff K.P. Gibson says 44-year-old Cody Robideau of Crowley failed to register as a sex offender and didn't complete his public notification requirements.