Infinite Menus, Copyright 2006, OpenCube Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Oldies 92.5--The 2014 La. Association of Broadcasters Radio Station of the Year.
Join Our Free Loyal Listener E Club. Get weekly updates and exclusive contests.
 
Top Stories
Subscribe To This Feed

Netanyahu: U.S. Lacks 'Facts' About New Housing


Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sat down with NBC News' Andrea Mitchell on Wednesday evening.






Subscribe To This Feed

Ebola Victim's Nephew: Texas Hospital Mishandled the Case


The first person diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S. wasn't appropriately treated until his nephew called the federal government, the man told NBC News.






Subscribe To This Feed

Ship From Doomed Franklin Expedition Identified


The wreck was discovered in Canada's Arctic in early September, 169 years after the doomed Franklin Expedition set off to find the Northwest Passage.






Subscribe To This Feed

White Mom Sues Over Black Donor Sperm Mix-Up


Jennifer Cramblett says she loves her biracial child but is worried about raising her in an all-white community.






Subscribe To This Feed

Texas Ebola Patient Had Contact With Kids, Perry Says


?Texas Gov. Rick Perry held a news conference Wednesday at the hospital treating the man with the first case of Ebola diagnosed in the U.S.






Subscribe To This Feed

Shooting Death of Bell Gardens Mayor Stuns Friends


The mayor's wife and son were questioned for several hours after the shooting and released Tuesday night.






Subscribe To This Feed

Mr. Fix-It: Interim Secret Service Chief Brings Bona Fides


"You could not find a better person to repair the Secret Service," a former top Obama aide said of Joe Clancy, now in charge of fixing the agency.






Subscribe To This Feed

U.S. Ebola Patient Fell Ill After Helping Woman: Report


Thomas Eric Duncan helped his landlords take their 19-year-old daughter, Marthalene Williams, to a clinic that turned her away.
Subscribe To This Feed

U.S. Slams Israel Housing Construction Plan


The Obama Administration on Wednesday condemned Israel's announcement that it was constructing 2,500 controversial new housing units.
Subscribe To This Feed

Ebola Phobia? 5 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Panic


From parents of school kids in Dallas to frightened investors, medical experts warn that Americans may be overreacting to Ebola.
Subscribe To This Feed

Brian Williams: Why 35,000 Walruses Crashed One Beach


An estimated 35,000 walruses have gathered ashore in Alaska because the ice they normally rest on has melted, according to government scientists.
Subscribe To This Feed

Oklahoma Beheading Suspect Denied Bond


Alton Nolen, 30, is charged with beheading a co-worker and trying to do the same to another at a Moore, Okla., food processing plant Thursday.
Subscribe To This Feed

Why Was Ebola Patient Sent Home After First Hospital Trip?


How did Thomas Eric Duncan, the Dallas Ebola patient, get sent home from the hospital when he first sought care?
Subscribe To This Feed

California to Billionaire: Give the People Beach Access


Bill signed by Jerry Brown gives Silicon Valley magnate Vinod Khosla a year to resolve standoff over popular beach before state uses eminent domain.






Subscribe To This Feed

Jury Delivers Guilty Verdict in Loud-Music Killing Retrial


A Florida man charged with shooting a teenager to death over loud music was found guilty in the retrial of his first-degree murder case.






Subscribe To This Feed

U.S. Searching for Missing Marine in Persian Gulf


The U.S. Navy and Marine Corps are conducting a search and rescue mission for a missing Marine who bailed out of an MV-22 Osprey in the Persian Gulf.
Subscribe To This Feed

Missing Girl to Be Reunited With Dad 12 Years Later


A Texas girl taken from her father in 2002 has been found in Mexico and her mother has been taken into custody, an investigator said Wednesday.
Subscribe To This Feed

She's Out: Secret Service Chief Resigns Amid Scandal


The resignation comes a day after Director Julia Pierson was upbraided by lawmakers.
Subscribe To This Feed

Search for Cop Killer Puts Hunting Season on Hold


Pipe bombs found in the search area prompted Pennsylvania authorities to ban hunting and trapping in seven townships.
Subscribe To This Feed

Accused White House Fence-Jumper Pleads Not Guilty


He was charged with unlawfully entering a restricted building with a weapon.

LATASSE EPISODES (CLICK LINK TO LISTEN)

 



KVPI is a member of the LSU Sports Radio Network


KVPI-FM is a NBC News Radio Affiliate. Hear the latest National and International News headlines on the hour every hour from NBC News Radio on Oldies 92-5 KVPI-FM.



Sign up today 
and join our free Loyal Listener E Club and qualify to win exclusive contests and stay updated in what is going on at Oldies 92-5 KVPI.


 

The Louisiana Swamp Pop Museum operated by the City of Ville Platte is open to the public every Friday and Saturday from 10:00am to 3:00pm. Come view the amazing artifacts, photos, records, Wall of Fame and hear the music. Admission charge is $3 adults, $2 seniors and $1 for children under 12. The museum is located on Northwest Railroad Avenue.






LinkedUpRadio Envisionwise Web Services