The first day of a three-day qualifying period began fast and furious on Wednesday morning.
The Ouachita Parish Sheriff's Office makes an arrest on a man accused of carrying several pounds of marijuana in his car.
Cooler temperatures and abundant rainfall this spring and summer have led to a major increase of Cercospora leaf spot disease on crape myrtle trees in Louisiana.
LSU AgCenter entomologists are advising Louisiana residents to avoid moving firewood in an effort to slow the movement of the emerald ash borer.
When stylist Mark Bustos isn't cutting the hair of fashion designers and real estate moguls, he's traveling around giving free haircuts to the homeless.
Have you ever been in the right place at the right time? That happened to a man from Sterlington today. His simple trip to the grocery store is paying off for one local non-profit as he gets the chance to pay it forward.
Former Congressman and Governor Edwin Edwards began his first step to another political career today.
Bond is reduced for an El Dorado man accused of shooting at a house.
Former Governor and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney threw his support behind Arkansas gubernatorial candidate Asa Hutchinson.
It looks like it might be that long before a local grand jury decides whether to bring charges in the death of Michael Brown.
A South Arkansas child advocacy group is in need of some extra help. They say their main goal is to advocate for abused and neglected children.
The West Monroe West Ouachita Chamber of Commerce is helping areas schools by pairing them with local businesses.
The typical American is finally bringing home a bigger paycheck. Median household income has been on the rise for the past three years, climbing 3.8% to $53,891 in June, according to newly released data by Sentier Research.
Rain-sodden slopes collapsed in torrents of mud, rock and debris Wednesday in the outskirts of Hiroshima, killing at least 36 people and leaving seven missing.
The 7 teens who entered Ray Allen's Florida home while his wife and children were asleep inside SHOULD HAVE been arrested ...
ROWLEY, La. – An LSU AgCenter scientist now has the capability for year-round testing of fertilizer and fertilizer additives on different soils.
Candidates for the 5th Congressional District race began qualifying Wednesday morning at the Secretary of State's office in Baton Rouge.
BATON ROUGE—The U.S. Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is requiring automakers...
The U.S. Attorney says three Monroe grocery store workers pleaded guilty this week for their roles in a scheme to exchange SNAP and WIC benefits to customers for cash and ineligible items.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday granted a request to delay enforcement of an appeals court ruling that overturned Virginia's same-sex marriage ban.
Democratic Senator Mary Landrieu and Republican Congressman Bill Cassidy have both qualified for the U.S. Senate race.
The Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce will host the Ruston Gun, Knife, Coin & Boat Show August 23-24 at the Ruston Civic Center.
As part of its Healthy Homes educational initiative, the LSU AgCenter LaHouse Resource Center in Baton Rouge will host a daylong Lead Certified Renovator Training course on Sept. 16 beginning at 8:30 a.m.
Faculty, students, and alumni from the University of Louisiana at Monroe’s medical laboratory science (MLS) program recently attended the 82nd meeting of the American Society of Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS) in Chicago, Ill.
The leadership team at Nexstar Broadcasting is joining in with the rest of the country in taking the 'ALS Ice Bucket Challenge'.
Police say one man was sent to the hospital after being shot twice in the legs.
CenturyLink today announced the availability of CenturyLink Private Cloud, a new cloud service that delivers the agility and innovation of public cloud
Please be advised that the West Monroe Campus ONLY will be closed for the rest of the day due to a main water break; but, will reopen tomorrow at 8 a.m.
The Louisiana Department of Education today released three analyses of ACT results, indicating that in 2014 high school seniors achieved record high numbers of TOPS-eligible ACT scores.
The West Monroe-West Ouachita Chamber of Commerce and Adopt-A-School Committee are seeking businesses and organizations to adopt Ouachita Parish public schools for this academic school year.
Highland Pellets LLC, an Arkansas company, today announced the building of a 500,000 metric ton per year wood pellet facility in Pine Bluff, Arkansas.
The debate over Common Core affects more schools than one might think. .
Grambling State University's Interim President, Dr. Cynthia Warrick join us in the studio to talk about the changes she made at GSU when she took over and her focus on the student body.
Shandra Wilson-Burke, Administrator from the Cognitive Development Center join us to talk about emotional and behavioral issues and the services the center offers.
Today candidates running for U.S. Senate and Congress will make their way to Baton Rouge to officially qualify for the race.
A phone repair at a Verizon Wireless store in Bastrop ends in arrest for extortion.
A Baton Rouge judge is ruling against the Jindal administration in the fight over Common Core standards in the state.
Governor Bobby Jindal’s Chief of Staff Kyle Plotkin issued the following statement today on the Common Core court ruling.
A Farmerville couple charged in a domestic abuse case early Monday morning will have a bond hearing Wednesday.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry arrived at an Austin courthouse Tuesday afternoon, to the applause of dozens of supporters, to be booked on felony abuse of power charges after he was indicted Friday over his threat to veto funding to public corruption prosecutors.
Owners of a West Monroe auto body shop say they hope this lawsuit will bring a much needed change to the insurance industry practices.
Monroe Police recruiters say they're trying something new with the department's image when looking to hire future officers.
A canine rescue is relocating dogs out of a South Arkansas pound, after allegations of neglect.
Registered Dietitian Andy Holyfield visited Louisiana Living to talk about her latest book 'Eat To Lose'.
While the nation is watching and hearing the angry protests in support of black shooting victim Michael Brown, a different kind of support is being voiced for the white police officer who fatally shot the unarmed teenager.
Low-income consumers struggling to pay their Obamacare premiums may soon be able to get help from their local hospital or United Way.
The insatiable demand for ivory is causing a dramatic decline in the number of African elephants. Poachers are hunting the animal faster than it can reproduce
A group of novice and would-be beekeepers suited up in protective gear to check hive boxes at Richard Hebert’s bee yard here.
A new law is telling any constable or justice of the peace in Louisiana over 70-years-old, they are now too old for reelection.
Faculty from the University of Louisiana at Monroe will team with KEDM Public Radio 90.3 and Karma to present “Policy and a Pint,” at 5 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 19, at Karma, on the corner of North 18th Street and Tower Drive in Monroe.