I'm just an average man with an average life. Oh, wait. That's already been used in a song. Anyway, I'm a Lafayette native, graduate of Beau Chêne High School and Princeton University, and a lifelong (mostly suffering) New Orleans Saints fan. Growing up, I wanted to be the world heavyweight champion. I've at least attained heavyweight status. I've been told that if I were a wrestler, I'd be called the "Hot Mess Express."
Basketball Player Suspended After Drug Test Shows He’s Pregnant
Cooper, a former standout at Ohio University, has received a two-year ban from the sports' international governing body after flunking a drug test.
“Idol” Winner Laine Hardy To Perform In Denham Springs
Denham Springs will play host to the Laine Hardy Homecoming Bash on September 28.
Pro Athletes With Acadiana Ties To Take Part In Youth Leadership Seminar
The event will feature four world champion athletes from Acadiana speaking to children about what it takes to accomplish their goals.
AOC Offers Media Literacy Program For Lafayette Teachers
AOC's new media literacy module will help K-12 educators teach their students about responsible social media consumption, copyrights and fair use, and more.
Two Freedom-Loving Bros Ask City To Create Second Independence Day
The video from the council meeting is gold.
LHSAA Select Schools Vote To Form New Group
Just weeks before the start of the high school football season, the select-school members of the Louisiana High School Athletic Association have voted to create a subgroup within the larger organization.
Sheriff, NTSB Investigating Jeff Davis Crop Duster Crash
A pilot is safe after a crop duster crash in Jeff Davis Parish.
Woman Arrested, Accused Of Pouring Booze Down Drive-Thru Worker’s Mouth
An Oregon woman is facing a DUI charge after police say she poured Hennessy into the mouth of a Taco Bell drive-thru worker.
Townsquare Lafayette Presents: Your Rainy Day Playlist
Earlier today, we went around the building with a simple survey question: What's your favorite or go-to song about rain?
Truck Spills Cane Syrup In French Quarter
New Orleans public works crews are in the process of cleaning up a cane syrup spill on North Rampart Street.
Referees Needed For Upcoming Football, Volleyball Seasons
Right now, the Lafayette Area Football Officials Association and the Acadiana Board of Volleyball Officials are looking for new and returning officials to register for the upcoming season.
Louisiana Music Icon Art Neville Dies At 81
Neville, a founding member of the Meters and the Neville Brothers, passed away peacefully this morning at this home with his family by his side.