When Chris not on-air he enjoys playing basketball, tennis, golf, and working out at the gym. He also loves to add to his music library, addicted to finding the next "big song." He also DJs in nightclubs across Acadiana. Chris' proudest moment in his career came in the summer of 2013 when he was able to help get a family an air conditioner for their home. When he told their story on-air, two Lafayette businessmen came to their aid. His motivation is to be the best he can be and to make at least one person smile listening to the show. He's blessed to have never “worked” one day in his career. If you love what you do, it’s not "work."
Parents in Louisiana Need to Equip Kids With This For Mardi Gras Parades
Mardi Gras parades can be hectic in Louisiana and parents who plan to bring their kids to a parade this year should include this dressing their kid.
USS Kidd to Leave Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Head Down The Mississippi River
The iconic battleship in Baton Rouge, Louisiana is on the move.
Louisiana Law Prohibits You From Sending Someone This on Valentine’s Day
Louisiana, like most other states, has some rather usual laws on the books, and there's one law that we want you to be aware of as we approach Valentine's Day.
Wildlife Property Owners Can Shoot in Louisiana Year-Round
There is plenty of wildlife in Louisiana and some can be a nuisance for property owners.
Elderly Businessman in South Louisiana Robbed Multiple Times
One family in South Louisiana says that their elderly father, who owns a business in Evangeline Parish, has been robbed on several occasions.
Viral Video From Scott, Louisiana Shows Man Diving in Water For Mardi Gras Beads
The rain didn't stop some from having fun from having fun last weekend in Scott, Louisiana for their annual Mardi Gras parade.
Hail Covers Much of Louisiana Highway as Storms Push Across Region
The weekend ended with some nasty storms pushing across some parts of Louisiana.
What’s Causing So Many Water Lines to Burst in Louisiana?
In recent weeks we have reported on so many water lines bursting in various parts of southern Louisiana.