In search of a story, Meteorologist Daniel Phillips follows his gut to Pepin’s in Lafayette where he hears from Jose Sanchez and about one of Acadiana’s best-kept secrets. From Cuba to Acadiana, this “What’s Your Story” reminds us just how similar we all truly are.
What's Your Story
You never know where or when you can find yourself chatting with someone who has a story to tell. That can be busy streets or
A trip to Breaux Bridge, where we met Kenneth Zenom.
On today’s What’s Your Story: Daniel Phillips is in the town of Palmetto where he learns that "business" is a family tradition for the owners of Budden’s General Store.
In this "What’s Your Story," Meteorologist Daniel Phillips finds himself in Kaplan discovering how the family history of one resident also shares the history of the town itself.
We arrived in Gueydan, where when it’s not duck season, life can move a little slower.
A delicious smell pulled Meteorologist Daniel Phillips into this week’s What’s Your Story. We take a look at one of Opelousas’ most popular spots, Mama’s Fried Chicken.
Deep in the heart of Port Barre lies a hidden kingdom protected by the elements and guarded by its gatekeepers. In this week’s ‘What’s Your Story,’ Meteorologist Daniel Phillips learns more.
There’s something to be said about claiming two different places as home. If one place is lacking in a particular area the other one can easily make up for its shortcomings, as Mitzi Carruthers would describe it "it’s like having the best of both worlds."
In this weeks ‘What’s Your Story,’ Daniel Phillips is in St. Mary Parish discovering the story of a centuries-old home and the man charged with keeping it standing.
In today’s "What’s Your Story," Meteorologist Daniel Phillips meets a man whose adventures have taken him around the world. Despite all the beautiful places he’s been he always finds his way back to his hometown of Turkey Creek.
Neither the cold, nor the wind could keep What’s Your Story from Morse.