The Grambling State University community is in shock by the death of a senior criminal justice major.
During a town hall meeting inside the Beekman Charter School cafeteria the discussion was heated as school officials dish up a tax increase on the May 3, 2014 ballot.
Researchers at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center have found that wipes could cause painful breakouts in some people.
Republican Senator David Vitter, who will be running for governor in 2015, stopped multiple times across the area talking about where the state needs to go to fix its most important issues.
The case against a local businessman is headed to the grand jury.
The Louisiana Purchase Gardens & Zoo staff is preparing for the Eggstravaganza set for Saturday.
As one of ULM's premier events, Wine Over Water is your opportunity to support ULM's scholarship funding.
An environmental themed magic show taught local students about reducing, reusing, and recycling.
A library in Ruston wants to make more people aware of its services.
Congressman Vance McAllister says he will be back in Washington D.C. next week following the Easter recess.
There are only 55 tickets left to be sold for the St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway!
A long dry season has left Asia's premier tea-growing regions parched and could lead to a rise in tea prices, analysts say.
The Ouachita Parish Sheriff's Office has announced the dates of the 2014 CSI Forensic Camp.
According to CollegeStats.org, West Monroe is the third best high school football town in America.
As the federal tax filing deadline approaches, extensions are granted and the state tax season continues.
Louisiana State Police confirmed to KTVE/KARD a body has been found outside a hotel on the outskirts of the City of Tallulah.
The Town of Tallulah Water System released a statement saying they are experiencing problems with the water supply system.
"The theft of copper from refrigeration units, air conditioners, and irrigation systems has become an epidemic," says Louisiana Attorney General James D. 'Buddy' Caldwell.
A new report by the state legislative auditors office found the Department of Children and Family services has work to do improve in it's mission to help keep kids safe. They looked at the DCFS.
Federal prosecutors plan to pursue hate crime charges against the man suspected of killing three people outside Jewish centers near Kansas City.
The Ouachita Parish Sheriff's Office arrests a convicted felon and was in possession of a large amount of tactical style firearms.
United States Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced that Brandon B. Handy, 33, of Opelousas, La., was sentenced Friday by U.S. District Judge Elizabeth E. Foote to 24 years in prison and five years of supervised release for assaulting and robbing a U.S. Postal Service contract carrier.
Tuesday marks tax day for Americans and procrastinators everywhere are feeling the pressure.
Eight lawmakers are asking Gov. Bobby Jindal to scrap plans to use tests associated with the Common Core education standards.
The USA Pickleball Association (USAPA) is set to host the 6th Annual Mid-South Regional Tournament at the University of Louisiana at Monroe May 30- June 1.
A bill that would make it illegal for dogs to ride openly in the back of trucks has cleared the House Transportation Committee.
Today House lawmakers will vote on a bill that would make the Holy Bible the official state book of Louisiana.
Basketball Hall of Famer, Coach and Mom Nacy Lieberman partners with Nasacort to talk about beating seasonal allergies.
Hannah Zizzi as "Belle" and Blake Oden as "The Beast" joins us to talk about the play at West Monroe High School -- Beauty and the Beast.
Jane Gunn from the Travel Company joins us on the morning show to talk about some guided tours on the west coast of National Parks.
May is "National Older Americans Month" and Program Manager Cynthia Holland join us to talk about a event taking place in Ouachita Parish for seniors.
Chief Instructor from Tiger Rock Martial Arts, Jason Wegener join us to talk about fundraiser- donation for a family who lost their belongs due to a house fire.
Director of Jackson Parish Chamber of Commerce join us to talk about the upcoming Big Bass Tournament at Caney Lake.
The parents of Ethan Couch will only have to pay a small part of his rehab treatment at a state hospital.
Step outside, gaze upward and catch a glimpse of a coppery red moon as it crosses the Earth's shadow.
The El Dorado City Council is considering an ordinance that would make it illegal to use metal chains to keeps dogs secure.
U.S. Sen. David Vitter today announced that he will host a town hall meeting tomorrow to hear from constituents in Morehouse Parish.
North Central Louisiana Tea Party members in Ruston Monday evening were expecting Congressman McAllister to speak at their meeting, but just hours before the event organizers say he called to say he could not make it.
The Blonde Bomber sits down with KTVE 10's Gene Ponti at the 10th annual Bradshaw-Brooks Golf Tournament.
A Mangham contractor is suing the DOTD, claiming damages against his business.
The drawing will be held live on KARD Fox 14, on April 27th.
Blake Oden and and Hannah Zizzi join us from West Monroe High School to talk about their upcoming play "Beauty and the Beast."
Spencer Young and David Yelton join us to talk about their new show entitled "Trailer Kings."
Jennifer Yelton along with cancer survivor Velvet Roberts join us to talk about Relay for Life in Union Parish, a fundraiser for cancer.
Investigators say one had a knife, the other had a gun.
They're claiming to be representatives from famous sweepstakes. A Delhi woman knew something fishy was going on when the man on the other line asked if she would pay to win.
Monroe Police have charged two teens with attempted murder.
Louisiana Tech University's Division of Nursing, Counseling Center and Police Department along with the Ruston Fire Department, Ruston Police Department, Northern Louisiana Medical Center and Green Clinic Surgical Hospital will join together to conduct a disaster drill on Thursday, April 17 at Hutchinson residential hall on the Louisiana Tech campus.
A virus killing millions of baby pigs could soon affect your wallet. The epidemic has killed around six million pigs across 27 states.
Expect to pay less for gasoline this summer than you did a year ago - but just barely, says the Department of Energy.