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.
Lafayette Man Arrested For Alleged Child Pornography Distributions
21-year-old Joshua Brister of Lafayette has been arrested for 1 count of allegedly distributing child pornography.
WARN Letters Sent Out To UHC Employees
Because of the state's budget crisis, around 800 UHC employees received WARN letters Monday morning.
Suspect Identified In Lafayette Parish Courthouse Evacuation (PHOTOS)
22-year-old Keithlyn Castille is the man Lafayette Parish Sheriff's deputies believe is responsible for causing the evacuation.
Barn Fire Kills 2 Horses
An electrical fire is suspected of leading to two horses dying during a barn fire Thursday night.
Owner Of Greenwood Shoes Arrested For Arson After Fire Ravaged Business In February
56-year-old David Leblanc was booked into the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center and charged with Arson with Intent to Defraud.
The Search Is On For A Stolen Truck
You can give information to law enforcement anonymously just by calling them.
Construction On Atchafalaya River Bridge In St. Martin Parish Happening Through Sunday
Beginning Wednesday (April 25), the right lane and shoulder of I-10 Westbound from Atchafalaya River Bridge (mile marker 122.6) to the Atchafalaya Welcome Center (mile marker 121.9) will be closed nightly to allow crews to setup containment systems for cleaning, blasting and painting the bridge.
DOTD Crews Installing Cable Barriers Along I-10 For Next 2 Months
Workers are making their way across Jefferson Davis Parish to its line with Acadia Parish, installing cable barriers in the median along I-10.