Ladies and gentleman boys and girls... The circus is in town! Nina Criscuolo takes us inside.
On Friday evening -- a memorial paid respect to, perhaps, the area's most well known football coach.
Problem gambling is a hidden addiction affecting thousands of Louisiana families, help is available for those struggling.
USDA officials met with community members Friday morning to discuss their Strikeforce Initiative for rural growth.
With one weekend away from the state legislative session that will last until June, a dozen reverends and pastors, members of the community and local legislators gathered at Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Monroe on Friday to pray over guidance for the state.
A local reality TV star signs his name for a good cause today.
The Cinderella Project of Monroe has been collecting prom dresses since January for its dress giveaway on Saturday, March 8, 2014 at the Monroe Civic Center from 9:00 am – noon.
A memorial service will be held tonight to honor the life of West Monroe High School football coach Don Shows.
Joe Cooper Rolfe, Starr Homeplace join us to talk about saving the historical building.
The Northeast delegation of the Louisiana Legislature is inviting the community to a prayer service this Friday.
The company is adding a new division, which comes with 100 new positions.
Monroe Police will be conducting DWI/Safety checkpoints during the month of March 2014 within the City limits of Monroe.
Monroe Mayor Jamie Mayo delivers his state of the city address today.
Buy your ticket before February 28 and you'll be entered to win FREE groceries for a year!
Registration for the University of Louisiana at Monroe’s 10th Annual Warhawk Triathlon and 4th Annual Youth Triathlon is now open to men, women, and children of all ages. The event begins at 8 a.m., on Saturday, March 15, at Lake C. Oxford Natatorium on the ULM campus
Uncle Sam has released LIHEAP funds to help low-income, elderly and disabled in Arkansas pay their energy bills.
In honor of the 50th anniversary of the 1964 civil rights bill, Grambling State University’s Lyceum Committee hosts a “Commitment of Faith” program Thursday (Feb. 27) in the T.H. Harris Auditorium at 7 p.m. The Black History Month event is free.
Northeast Louisiana employers who are searching for good employees can find them today the 2014 Northeast Louisiana Career Fair.
The mayor said it's mostly follow ups to past findings and that much of it has been addressed.
Among the many items Louisiana Legislators will debate during the upcoming session, will be Common Core standards that are set to take effect this fall.