Kenneth is an on-air multi-media journalist.
“Kenny hails from the Red Stick, Baton Rouge by way of Virginia. He moved to Lafayette in 2012 after completing high school and majored in Criminal Justice from 2012-2016 at UL-Lafayette.
After graduating, Kenny’s career aspirations changed so he re-enrolled at UL in the spring of 2019 to pursue his second bachelor’s in Mass Communication with a concentration in Broadcasting.
During his stint, he would serve as the solo anchor and sports anchor for his two TV News courses as well as intern at 103.7 The Game in Lafayette during his final semester in fall 2020. He landed his first job in the industry as a Digital Web Producer/Weekend Assignment Desk Editor at News 15 in September 2020 before being promoted to Multimedia Journalist one month after graduating in December 2020.
In his spare time, Kenny loves listening to podcasts, music, watching documentaries and hanging with friends and family.”
Many small businesses have struggled during the pandemic, but thanks to the popularity of video games, for one small business owner business is booming.
It's been Spring for a few days but the Spring weather has already sprung into action.
Lafayette's Four Corners is the site of a new development project aimed at rejuvenating the neighborhood of Lafayette while also giving artists a unique living experience.
Acadia Parish Sheriff's Office daily booking report, Jan. 1, 2020.
Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office daily booking report, Dec. 27, 2020.
The first truck carrying a COVID-19 vaccine for widespread use in the United States pulled out of a Portage, Mich., manufacturing plant Sunday morning, with the shots that are critical to stopping the nation's coronavirus outbreak destined to reach locations in all 50 states a day later.
Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office daily booking report, Dec. 6, 2020
Six people were charged in an elaborate “birth tourism” scheme that helped Turkish women secure U.S. citizenship for their children and cost American taxpayers upward of $2 million, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.
The United States topped 12 million cases of Covid-19 on Saturday, as the third wave's uncontrolled spread prompted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to urge Americans not to travel for Thanksgiving.
On Nov. 19, the below pictured suspects were involved in a theft that occurred at the Walmart located at 3142 Ambasaador Caffery Parkway. The suspects were able to remove electric scooters and hoverboards.