Officials broke ground in Vidalia for a new information technology center, helping the city jump on the fast track for 21st century broadband capabilities.
A South Arkansas church is giving away heaters and they need your help.
If you are looking for a good read at a cheap price, Barton Library in El Dorado says they have it.
The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg District will begin dredging the Vicksburg Harbor on Nov. 3, 2014. The dredging project is scheduled to take 11 days.
A candidate for Lieutenant Governor in Arkansas made his way to El Dorado.
Before watching the big football game you can whip up your favorite tailating dish and enter it in the the 2014 Duck Commander Independence Bowl Cook Off.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe’s American Chemical Society student chapter was recently recognized as a “Green Chemistry Student Chapter,” and also honored with a “Commendable Award,” both presented by the American Chemical Society.
Holiday can pose significant dangers and hazards for dogs and cats.
Workshops are being offered across Arkansas to inform leaders about the grant application process.
Some students training to be caregivers in El Dorado, are speaking out against new online training.
Thanks to some grants, the El Dorado Fire department has made some upgrades. Residents should start noticing a new vehicle and uniforms.
Students pledged to live safe, healthy, and drug-free at a Monroe elementary school.
The city of Monroe water treatment plant is taking safety measures to protect residents from a "brain eating" amoeba.
CenturyLink and Alcatel-Lucent today announced that CenturyLink, the third largest telecommunications company in the U.S., has deployed the 7950 Extensible Routing System to meet the growing data and video demands from its customer base across the United States.
Halloween is a time when excited children around the state crowd their neighborhood streets for trick-or-treating. The Louisiana State Police urges parents to be vigilant when allowing their children to approach homes that are unfamiliar to them.
Pharmacy students from the University of Louisiana at Monroe recently brought home multiple awards from the American Pharmacists Association Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) mid-year regional meeting (MRM), held in Austin, Texas.
A 4th judicial district judge is being honored for her work in the juvenile justice system.
Louisiana Lt. Governor Jay D'Ardenne was in town on Tuesday, hosting a town hall meeting to discuss and gather ideas on how to grow local tourism.
After months of research and planning, the food truck ordinance in Monroe has been passed for final adoption by the city council on Monday night.
A group of individuals received certificates of honor tonight.