My name is Ellen Hopper Clements, a New Orleans native, I now proudly call Lafayette my home! While I am new to the morning show with CJ, I used to work at Townsquare Media several years ago and I couldn’t be happier to be back. I love working and volunteering in the community but can’t wait to come home and spend time with my boys, Charlie and Andy. I met my husband, Fletcher, in 2013 while I was working on my Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. When I met him I immediately knew that my life would never be boring again, and I was so right!
Woman’s Dismembered Body Found Inside of Freezer in New Orleans
A man is in custody after the body of a woman was found inside of a freezer on his property.
Lafayette’s Moncus Park Announces Christmas in the Park Schedule
Moncus Park is kicking off the holiday celebration with Christmas in the Park.
Shipping Delays Expected During this Holiday Season
All three major shipping services have announced the cut-off date to make sure that packages arrive before Christmas.
New Iberia Mom Surprises 4-Year-Old With Military Homecoming
Makai Benjamin has been without his mom for the last nine months. Makai’s mom, Marquisha Arceneaux, has been stationed in Kuwait with the United States Army for almost a year.
Summer Has Officially Ended… With A Harvest Moon
It is called a Harvest Moon. This type of moon signifies that summer has officially come to an end.
Retired General Russel Honoré Survives Massive Tanker Fire on I-10
A massive fire shut down I-10 East near I-310 in St. Charles Parish on Monday afternoon.
Louisiana Native and WWII Veteran Celebrates His 112th Birthday
So when I saw this news story I just knew I had to share it with everyone! The nation’s oldest living World War II veteran, Lawrence Brooks, has turned another year older. Not only is Lawrence Brooks 112 but he is a Louisiana native.
Famous Statue in The French Quarter Goes Missing
A famous statue in New Orleans has gone missing after Hurricane Ida. The life-size, bronze statue of a young woman named “Michelle” who is also known as “The Mermaid” who sat on the edge of a fountain near Decatur Street is no longer there.