Zoo keepers say during cold weather conditions special plans have to made for the animals. They say though they have a coat of fur, that doesn't mean they are automatically going to be warm.
Check out all of the events happening in the ArkLaMiss this weekend.
Proceeds from this fundraiser provide the surrounding community with a variety of services that are known and unique to Quota.
A day does not go by where cyber security is not in the news: Target, Home Depot, Sony, the list goes on and on. In fact, according to a recent national survey, cyber security is the number one issue on the minds of American companies.
Over the past few days with the winter weather, LifeShare Blood center has lost several blood drives and the possibility of over 300 units.
Mayor Jamie Mayo is pleased to invite the public to attend the Annual City of Monroe State of the City Address Thursday, April 30, 2015, in the Monroe Civic Center Arena.
The Living Well Foundation is holding its annual update to the community luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, March 10, at the West Monroe Convention Center.
Business will be back to normal for the City of Monroe starting on Thursday.
The changeover from rain to sleet to snow took some time on Thursday. South Arkansas was among the first to see snow in our area.
Snow continues to blanket Northeast Louisiana and night fall approaches, Troopers continue to urge motorists to use extreme caution while traveling.
Due to the continued threat of inclement weather, the University of Louisiana at Monroe will REMAIN CLOSED, and all classes canceled, Thursday, Feb. 26.
Here are some photos sent in by ArkLaMiss Viewers of today's Snowfall!
List of closures for February 25.
Louisiana State Police are telling drivers to remain cautious during this next round of winter weather.
In just their first week, Captain August and Major Melissa Pillsbury face winter weather at the Salvation Army in Monroe.
An apartment fire in Monroe early Tuesday morning displaces several residents.
"Wig and Stache Bash" is scheduled for Saturday, February 28th at 6:30 P.M. in the Vantage Ballroom.
Due to the continued threat of inclement weather, the University of Louisiana at Monroe will REMAIN CLOSED, and all classes canceled, Wednesday, Feb. 25.
Slipping and sliding across the roadways, and sitting in standstill traffic
Roads across our area, including I-20 have layers or sheets of ice that cover the roadway. Law enforcement is recommending that you don't travel if you don't have to.