Senate Agriculture Committee Chairman Pat Roberts (R-KS) named U.S. Senator John Boozman (R-AR) the Chairman of the Senate Subcommittee on Commodities, Markets, Trade and Risk Management for the 114th Congress.
A dead megamouth shark (Megachasma pelagios) was discovered by fishermen in the Philippines on Wednesday, providing a rare glimpse of a mysterious animal that spends much of its life in the deep ocean.
Only watching the Super Bowl for the ads? Jay Gray has a sneak peek.
Four new grocery stores opened today in Monroe and West Monroe. These Walmart Neighborhood Markets have brought hundreds of jobs to the Twin Cities.
If you're looking to buy a big screen TV for the Super Bowl, there's no time like the present. Prices are now as low as they'll be in quite some time.
Dr. John W. Sutherlin and ULM graduate student Alexandra Holland collaborated with the Delta Regional Authority, the University of Arkansas, and the University of Alabama to develop a workshop in New Orleans focusing on entrepreneurship.
A bill that would separate a state holiday honoring a civil rights icon and a Confederate General in Arkansas failed Wednesday in the State Legislature.
A controversial commercial is being pulled from the Super Bowl.
The 2015 Leadership Union County is now taking applications, and the deadline is approaching!
Monroe and West Monroe police are searching the Ouachita River for a man who reportedly jumped off the Endom Bridge.
Natchez was recently named as one of the “Top 10 Places to Retire in Mississippi” by SmartAsset, a financial technology company.
The owner of a fake Bay Area furniture store was arrested on charges of running an illegal and deceptive operation where none of the chairs and tables were for sale – they were part of a front, authorities said, for growing $2 million worth of pot plants in the back.
A reward totaling $17,000 is being offered to help find a missing Louisiana woman, last seen in south Arkansas.
Central Arkansas Development Council is offering free tax preparation assistance at 17 locations in south Arkansas.
Monroe Police need your help in identifying a person of interest who may be responsible for multiple vehicle burglaries in Northern Monroe.
Two people were found dead following a house fire Wednesday morning in Calhoun.
Quick, before you start this article, isn't there time for a quick round of Trivia Crack? Or Candy Crush? Or Cut the Rope? Chances are you have one of those games, or one like it, installed on your phone — and perhaps find yourself unable to stop playing.
A shoplifting suspect allegedly stole a police cruiser and led officers on a 100 mph car chase through suburban Pittsburgh — all with her hands cuffed behind her back, newly released dash cam video shows.
A member of the Arkansas House has filed a resolution to urge the state's congressional delegation to work to extend loan repayments for Arkansas farmers affected by a grain dealer default.
Lawmakers are getting a look at a more than $5 billion state budget.
The steady four-month decline in gas prices which has saved motorists more than a dollar per gallon has ended, at least for the moment.
Ford is recalling more than 221,000 cars and vans to fix problems with door latches and seat belts.
A West Virginia University student who died after being found unconscious in a fraternity house had a blood-alcohol level more than six times the legal limit for driving, authorities said Tuesday.
The College of Business at Southern Arkansas University recently had its esteemed AACSB accreditation extended for five years following an encouraging peer review.
Verizon has been fined for not investigating rural phone problems, and find out how you can grow hemp legally, with the help of the government.
There's lots going on in South Arkansas! The South Arkansas Symphony Orchestra stops by to tell us all about their spring concerts.
Four new Walmart Neighborhood Market stores open today in Monroe and West Monroe.
It was a packed house at the Monroe city council meeting as concerned residents and public officials waited to discuss a controversial proposed ordinance, but that discussion was short lived.
State appointed fiscal administrator, Donald Frutiger Jr, says he's only been on the job a few days, but he believes Madison Parish Hospital has a bright future.
The LDWF will host seven public meetings around the state to gather comments on the proposed 2015-17 resident game hunting season dates, wildlife management areas general rules, and regulation changes and the 2016 turkey season and turkey hunting areas.
The Louisiana Community & Technical College System has big plans.
The Arkansas Department of Health has recognized 28 hospitals with awards for stroke care performance.
The head of a West Monroe company says he's working to rectify problems neighbors says have become unbearable.
The State of the Ouachita School District is good.
A group of residents in South Arkansas haven't had working gas in their homes since yesterday due to a gas leak. Work is being done to stop the leak, but other steps need to be taken before service is restored.
IDream Cakes doesn't only make beautiful desserts. They also make delicious lunches.
American contractor David Berry was among the people killed in a terrorist attack at the Corinthia Hotel in Tripoli, Libya, on Tuesday, according to Cliff Taylor, chief executive officer of Crucible, a security firm where Berry was working.
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CASA of Northeast Louisiana is holding a new volunteer training class beginning January 29th to ready enough volunteers to serve 25 local children currently in need of an advocate.
Silliness rules at Super Bowl Media Day, but questions about deflated balls linger.
Funeral arrangements are set for a Ruston native and Air Force Academy Cadet that died during a skiing accident last week in Colorado.
The Olympia, Washington mother accused of trying to kill her three young daughters told police it was an attempt to quiet her girls.
Similar to many Wall Streeters who receive performance-based bonus compensation, NFL players who make it into the postseason are rewarded with bonus checks as part of postseason shares that the NFL distributes.
Massachusetts is being inundated with snow, while New Yorkers are breathing a sigh of relief after a glancing blow from the storm.
The School of Education at the University of Louisiana at Monroe will host the special education symposium “Autism Spectrum and Inclusion” from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., on Wednesday, Jan. 28, in George T. Walker Hall, Room 2-105, on the ULM campus.
A Canadian woman who recently traveled to China has been diagnosed with H7N9 bird flu, an often deadly strain that's infected close to 500 people in China, officials said Monday.
Nanny terrified to learn someone has hacked into baby monitor camera and is watching her every move.
A terrifying situation developed over the weekend after a charter bus driver collapsed on I-94 in Kenosha County, Wisconsin.
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who was held captive by enemy forces in Afghanistan for five years, will be charged with desertion, senior defense officials tell NBC News. The officials say the charges could be referred within a week.
On 1/24/15, a burglary was reported to the Monroe Police Department that occurred at the address of 309 Holly Street.