Originally from the Pacific Northwest, Jeff began his on-air broadcasting career 29 years ago in the Black Hills of South Dakota.
Jeff has worked in several other regions of the country, covering everything from the crack cocaine epidemic of the early ‘90’s to an April blizzard that paralyzed a state.
He’s also reported from a mile underground in a gold mine and stood atop the head of George Washington at Mount Rushmore; That’s not even mentioning everything from deadly tornadoes to elections and literally riding a thousand pound bull during state fair coverage.
Jeff has called Shreveport home since 2000, where he and his wife have raised four children. It’s also where he’s tried and tried to get better at golf, which he describes as a ‘work in progress.’
Between a hurricane and a global pandemic - not to mention a steep increase in unemployment - blood donations have taken a hit. That's prompted LifeShare Blood Center in Shreveport to issue not one but two different emergency appeals for donations this week alone.
As Caddo Parish Schools open Monday, August 24, and Bossier Parish Schools begin this Thursday, August 20, anticipation is building for those signed up for 100 percent virtual instruction, sometimes known as distance learning.
The U.S. Postal Service is now warning states that voters risk not getting their ballots back to election offices in time because of lags in mail delivery. That sends yet another red flag to all those worried how delays may affect the upcoming Presidential Election.
After months of planning and preparing for the start of school the 5,400 east Texas students enrolled in the Marshall Independent School District (ISD) begin the next academic year this Thursday, August 13.
As the new school year fast approaches, districts are sharing more information about distance learning programs families can choose if they’re worried about sending their children to school during the COVID-19 pandemic.
There are so many questions parents have about their children going back-to-school.One of them is what the classrooms will look like. And one local principal is taking the initiative to a make a big change.