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!
Washington University Student Throws Away Flags From 9/11 Memorial
A Washington University student is being accused of removing American Flag from a 9/11 memorial display.
College Students Don’t Agree With The Way 9/11 Is Taught
America is marking the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks that took the lives of 2,996 individuals.
DSAA’s Buddy Walk Goes Virtual This Year
The Down Syndrome Association of Acadiana is hosting its 17th annual Buddy Walk this year. However, the event will be virtual due to the pandemic.
Hurricane Disaster Relief Drive For Moms and Babies
The Kiwanis Club of Broussard and Youngsville is currently accepting donations for mothers and babies that have been affected by Hurricane Ida.
Vacationing For Scholarships Fundraiser To Benefit UL Kinesiology
Carol Trosclair and the UL Kinesiology Department are having a fundraiser to benefit UL Kinesiology Scholarships.
Local Radio Personality Finds A Long Lost Sister
Growing up I always knew I was adopted. I can’t pinpoint when my parents told me that I was adopted. It feels like I have always known and understood what it means.
A Cookie Phenomenon Is Happening In Lafayette
Recently there has been a buzz on Social Media about a new bakery in town, called Caroline's Cookies.
LCG Reminds Residents of Trash and Transit Schedule Changes
Lafayette Consolidated Government is reminding residents that this is a long holiday weekend, which means there may be changes in your trash and recycling collection.
New Orleans Dumps Sewerage Into the Mississippi River
It seems that the New Orleans Sewerage and Water Board is facing a completely different crisis than the one they originally expected.
New Orleans 911 Operator Wanted For Hanging Up On Callers
A New Orleans 911 operator is facing arrest this morning for allegedly hanging up on emergency calls.
Is There A Covid-19 Decline?
Are we starting to see a decline in covid-19 cases?
Some New Orleans Residents Actually Have Power
It looks as though some parts of the city are getting power back on. Now it is a very small amount of people but I still consider this a good sign.