Born in Lafayette and raised in St. Martinville, I am a Cajun in heart, mind and spirit. I dove into the news industry with my start at my hometown newspaper where I picked up some journalistic skills. I earned a degree in mass communications at UL Lafayette which prepared me for covering news in Acadiana and around the state. As a news reporter for KPEL, my news beats include, but are not limited to, Lafayette Consolidated Government and the Lafayette Parish School Board. Jumping from print media to broadcast has been an exciting move for me in the ever-changing multimedia environment of today's news world. When not covering news, I can often be found playing guitar or cooking at home, both usually being done with my daughter, Jolie, very near by.
IPSO Deputies Investigating Two New Iberia Shootings
The city's crime spree continues with two Saturday-night shootings sending two victims to local hospitals.
Search Continues After Breaux Bridge Woman’s Disappearance
Twenty-nine-year-old Keisha Sylvester has been missing since September 2017.
Why Is La. Taking More Taxes From Our Paychecks?!?!
Is an effort to keep the state in the black making Louisiana workers see red on payday?
Gov. Edwards Calls Another Special Legislative Session On Finances
The governor is once again calling on state lawmakers to report for a special legislative session to address another looming fiscal cliff.
UPDATE: 2 Arrested, 1 Wanted For Jeanerette Parade Shooting
One of the suspects turned himself into the Iberia Paruish Sheriff's Office this afternoon.
Mardi Gras Parade Cancellations
We've all heard the phrase, "Don't Rain On My Parade." Well, it looks like that may happen this weekend in South Louisiana.
Westgate High Student Arrested For Gun On Campus
The teen remains in the Iberia Parish Jail for bringing a firearm and ammo on campus Thursday morning.
Robideaux Presents LCG Plan To Solve Drainage Dilemmas
Money from a recent millage rededication, and FEMA, will fund dozens of projects expected to be mostly completed by the end of 2018.