6:40 Q: More than half of all Americans will go to a ____ at least once a year? A: Beach Winner: Madeline Loescher from Covington! 7:10 Kids Loot Q: Who is the wife of the cartoon character Fred Flintstone? A: Wilma Winner: Keiper Latrelle from Lacombe! 7:40 Q: Unfortunately people are still using very breakable…
6:40 Q: About 1 in 20 Americans use THIS to help them relax or sleep. What is it? A: A sound machine! Winner: Shannon Sanchez from Ponchatoula! 7:10 Kids Loot Q: Besides Spanish, what language is largely spoken in South America? A: Portuguese is the official language of Brazil, the largest country in South America…
Dr. Bermudez talked to us about new technology they are using in the fight against cancer. Hear him explain it in the interview below.
James Hartman came in to talk about his latest book, which is called Lure. James sets his books on the Northshore. Hear him talk about them in the interview below.
Here’s an ornament from Rebecca’s Southern Avenue. Hear what she said, including plenty of gift ideas, in the interview below.
Amy Bouton talked about a variety of things going on right now in parish government. Hear her talk about it in the interview below.
6:40 Q: Between now and Christmas 1 in 7 couples will argue about THIS. What? A: A real or artificial tree Winner: Misael Rubio from Slidell! 7:10 Q: We do this, on average, 23,000 times a day. What? A: Take a breath Winner: Harper Cassie from Covington! 7:40 Q: The average mother says this 12…
King Eric dropped in to explain how things are being managed this season at the Ren Fest. You have to get tickets online and they sold out last weekend so book yours soon.
Special Agents Corey Harris and James Ridder from the New Orleans Office of the FBI joined us to talk about scams happening right now in the area. In particular they talked about scams common during holidays and “work at home” scams. Hear them below.
Don Shea talked about one surprising thing he saw in the job numbers this last week and told us what he thinks needs to happen now. Hear him below.