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.’
It has already been a rollercoaster ride of ups and downs in Louisiana in 2020, amidst the slow reopening of the state’s economy. So the possibility of reverting back to Phase II is a big blow to business owners, some of whom hoped the worst was behind us.
Coronavirus cases are spiking in nearly every state across the country, yet only 34 states have mask mandates. That list does include Louisiana, Texas and Arkansas. But enforcing statewide orders can be easier said than done.
Restrictions against food trucks in Bossier City have turned into a rollercoaster ride for the truck owners. Some of them survived a year-long ban against food trucks in Bossier City, after complaints, mostly from restaurants, that they were losing business because of those rolling restaurants.
With more than 41 million Americans already voting in the 2020 election, there’s a strong feeling that people want their voices heard this year. So imagine the surprise some people get when they arrive to vote only to discover their name is not on the voter registry.