The Happy Committee and the City of Monroe hosts its 2nd Annual Happy Week during the week of April 20 - 25th.
Relay for Life is the American Cancer Society's #1 fundraiser.
The Travel Company's Jane Gunn gives us details on a promotion not seen often with Carnival Cruise Lines: the Suite Life at Sea deal.
Gas prices shot up across the country last week and bird flu has been found at an Iowa farm in today's Ag and Energy Report.
A barbecue fundraiser for Fort Hero Veterans Barracks is back Wednesday April 22, 2015 starting at 10 a.m. by popular demand.
CASA of Northeast Louisiana asks you to join in and wear blue to recognize child abuse prevention month on April 22, 2015 for Geaux Blue for Kids Day.
Kraft macaroni and cheese is going making some changes and some say solar power will soon be as cheap as coal in today's Ag and Energy Report
West Monroe High School presents its spring musical, "High School Musical," opening April 23, 2015.
Check out the downtown RiverMarket Food Truck Festival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday April 18, 2015.
In this IDEA Place experiment, Dubach School 6th grade student WIll Reppond joins Lindsey Keith-Vincent to showcase explaining the link between snoring and vibration.
A major oil company announces another round of layoffs and Apple is buying a forest the size of San Francisco in today's AG and Energy Report.
The 2015 Home Tour and Luncheon is set for April 18, 2015!
Shanna Stroud, host of The All Purpose Show, presents 90 Day Probation, a stage play inspired by playwright Fred Buffington's true story.
Oil prices have hit the highest level this year and nuclear power is all but dead in the United States in today's AG and energy report.
Totally Mozart is a free SouthArk Choral Society concert, which includes Mozart's "Requiem Mass."
The FDA is making sure foods that say "healthy" really are and Americans are spending more to dine out than groceries for the first time in today's AG and Energy Report.
Steak-cut portabella mushrooms, red and yellow bell peppers, ripe roma tomatoes, artichoke hearts, diced red onion, creamy goat cheese and house shredded mozzarella over basil pesto sauce, garnished with fresh basil, on a crispy ten inch crust!
The Monroe CCA Chapter is holding its annual celebration of conservation on Thursday, April 16, 2015 at the Monroe Civic Center Arena.
Jane Gunn from The Travel Company talks travel to New York City with a 4th of July special.
Conoco Phillips may be looking to sell its U.S. assets and Nestle nixes artificial colors in today's AG and Energy Report.
Today we meet 16-year old Yulande. Help her find a forever home.
Saturday, May 2, 2015 is Lemonade Day's 5th Anniversary celebration and more than 18,000 kids are expected to participate statewide
Featuring live music, fun for the kids, and an excuse to just have fun!
Antibiotic use in farm animals grew last year despite regulations by the U.S.D.A., and Lowe's pulls a pesticide that may be dangerous to bees.
At the IDEA Place, our mission is to awaken the excitement of learning by doing in both children and adults.
You're invited to Warehouse No. 1 Restaurant's Wine Tasting & Hors d'oeurves Monday, April 20th from 6 to 8 p.m.
The Northeast Louisiana Coon Hunter's Association Benefit Hunt will take place Friday and Saturday, April 10th and 11th at the Barack Shriner Temple on Frontage Road in Monroe, LA.
California orders a utility to pay more than a billion dollars for a fatal natural gas fire and Anheuser Busch says "let's grab a beer" in today's AG and Energy Report.
Support Family Promise of Ouachita at Oodles of Noodle, The Great Pasta Cook-Off and Silent Auction.
Starr Homeplace is a wonderful day trip for the family and it's opening once more for community days starting April 11, 2015 for the Hammer-In
America's electric grid might be fading and learn what organic really means in today's AG and Energy Reports.
The Bud Cady Spring Fun Fly kicks off this weekend in West Monroe.
The Franklin Parish Catfish Festival is proud to have the highest-quality, family-friendly entertainment available.
Oil prices hit the highest level so far this year, and more evidence of how well farming and drones go together.
Meet Ariel, who's a creative young teen with a passion for animals and people.
Several major grocery chains have removed all Blue Bell products from store shelves and veterans could be finding work installing solar panels in today's AG and Energy Report.
California's governor defends sparing agriculture from water restrictions and one group says raw milk does the body good in today's AG and Energy Report.
The Northeast Louisiana Master Gardner's invite you to the 2015 Spring Fest, beginning with a preview on Friday April 10, with the main event Saturday, April 11.
ULM's 10th annual Wine Over Water is Thursday April 9 from 7 to 10 p.m.
Grab your tiaras and doubloons for Disney Junior Live On Tour! Pirate & Princess Adventure presented at the Monroe Civic Center.
Check out the Griffin Funeral Home Easter Bunny, which might be somewhere near you this Easter weekend.
Sheila Snow from the Monroe West-Monroe Convention Visitor's Bureau gets you ready for Easter weekend.
Before you dig into your next outdoor project, Atmos Energy invites you to enter its Yard Rescue 811 contest.
For consumers, health and wellness is not a trend anymore, it's a way of life and many companies are seeing fitness as a way to pump up sales in today's special Good Friday Business Report.
A Tony Chachere's Creole Products chef demonstrates an Easter recipe of bloody mary biscuits with a sausage gravy.
Mulhearn Memorial Park Cemetery hosts its 2015 outdoor Easter Sunrise Service.
California orders mandatory water cuts of 25 percent and a food giant is accused of manipulating the commodity markets in today's AG and Energy Report.
Get a behind the scenes preview of the 2015 New York International Auto Show.
The 2015 7th annual Jonesboro Sunshine Festival features arts & crafts, food, antique cars and entertainment.
The Louisiana Purchase Gardens and Zoo Easter "Eggstravaganza" is Saturday April 4, 2015.