What started out as a hobby and a way to escape the everyday trials of life became so much more for comic shop owner Jeff LaJaunie. Daniel Phillips learns more in this week’s What’s Your Story.
What's Your Story
This week’s What’s Your Story took us to Iberia Parish, where we talked to a man who says he found his way to Acadiana through baseball and God.
In this week’s “What’s Your Story,” we made a trip to Jennings where one woman shares a story of survival and a warning to those who spend time in the sun.
Everyone has a story to tell. In this “What’s Your Story” we meet Ted Moulard who shares the story of his early life on the farm and how he settled down in Youngsville.
Typically it’s the What’s Your Story sign that brings in all the attention, but this week it was a different sign that brought us to Gobble Gully Paintball in Turkey Creek.
There are plenty of people who find retirement allusive, but Eldridge Indest his really hasn’t been going according to plan. Meterologist Daniel Phillips tells us how on today’s “What’s Your Story.”
The main road through Gueydan can be a quiet place, but we found our story with a little effort inside the building of the Gueydan
Along Highway 190 in Krotz Springs, What’s Your Story met Joey Register, a farmer in Logansport Louisiana who has recently been appointed to sit on
A tale of persistence awaits Daniel in Branch when he meets a farmer who is always looking ahead to the future in Branch.
It’s not often that inside a Cajun restaurant the delicacies of south Louisiana have been cooked by someone from California, but don’t tell that to the Hoffman siblings.
In the outskirts of Eunice, the What’s Your Story team met Robert Reed, who was out enjoying his retirement by doing a little fishing.
After being away from her native Crowley, one hairstylist felt the pull of family to return home.
A family legacy still serves the community in Lebeau, where Daniel meets the store owner who keeps that legacy alive.
Daniel meets a business owner who traded the West Coast for the Gulf Coast and now calls Acadiana his home.
From a need to live off the land to full-blown crawfish boils, Daniel Phillips has the story of how one family’s business is growing into the future from the lessons learned in the past.