Senator David Vitter talks small business, second amendment rights and his plans for the Governor's office as he visit Northeast Louisiana.
Check out this weekend's events across the twin cities.
Exxon Mobil shrugs off renewable energy and the number of organic farms soars in today's Ag and Energy Report.
Adult learners can now apply at eULM for a ULM degree taken completely online.
Twenty-Nine of the most beautiful, talented and intelligent teens in the state will make their way to Monroe on Wednesday, May 27 to compete in the 2015 Miss Louisiana's Outstanding Teen Pageant.
The 2015 Louisiana FFA Convention & Expo continues the second year of its four-year run in Monroe.
In this week's "Ask Dr. Gray" segment, Dr. Gray talks whether salt contributes to weight gain, how to maintain your weight after quitting smoking and more.
Gas prices are down but Americans still aren't spending and Hormel is going organic with the latest big food acquisition in today's Ag and Energy Report.
Enroll in Louisiana Delta Community College's first ever Bridge to Success Camp to increase your math skills before you begin your college career.
You're invited to the last spring Saturday Downtown Rivermarket where there will be food, food, food, all kinds of food and music.
A baby formula maker goes GMO free and new technology makes wind power viable in all 50 states in today's Ag and Energy Report.
This week, Newk's Eatery is in the kitchen cooking up their Thai Chicken Pizza.
Hear Morgan Tanner, Miss Natchitoches, talk about her platform: Seatbelt Safety: It's Not Just the Law; It's Your Life. It's a topic that hits extremely close to home for Tanner, who lost her mother to a car crash in 2014.
Tourism at Gulf Coast beaches is booming and you'll never believe who is getting some of the credit, plus supermarkets in France can't just throw away old food anymore in today's Ag and Energy Report.
Gas prices are expected to hit their high for the year this weekend and deep fried food is about to get more expensive in today's Ag and Energy Report.
Stay buckled up because May is the Louisiana Highway Safety Commission's Click It or Ticket Campaign.
In this IDEA Place experiment, Dubach School 4th grade students Dacoda Odom and Jakouri Oukui join Lindsey Keith-Vincent to showcase how water travels in an experiment.
Sheila Snow has you covered with all the events across the twin cities this Memorial Day weekend.
Dr. Cass Ingram is the author of more than 30 books and an expert in natural cure practices.
In this week's "Ask Dr. Gray" segment, Dr. Gray talks best prescription weight loss pill and more.
Restaurants are scrambling to buy eggs before the price goes up even more and the USDA declines to investigate organic farms that aren't doing what they're supposed to in today's Ag and Energy Report.
Join your fellow runners for the Glow Run 5K for Kids, June 6th in El Dorado for a good cause!
For the first time, Amicus presents The Memorial @ Frenchman's Bend. The event will benefit Warrior Hunts, part of the North East Louisiana Veterans Association.
Bacon is now a bargain and a windmills with no blades are the latest thing in alternative energy. Jane King has today's Ag & Energy Report
The United States lost a meat labeling case and Whole Foods reveals where it will test its new grocery concept in today's Ag and Energy Report.
Check out Newk's Eatery seasonal Summer Red White and Blue Salad!
Looking for a last minute trip? Jane Gunn suggests destination Chicago, another great US city that is perfect for a long weekend get away.
Louisiana State Police Troop F is conducting a free child passenger safety seat check-up event today from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Local author, teacher and motivational speaker is hosting summer workshops for prospective writers and authors.
Ms. Heart of Trenton invites you to a fun filled night with performances by local students at the Strauss Theatre Friday May 18th to raise money for the Children's Miracle Network.
You're invited to take advantage of Delta Community College's RightStart to College workshops.
Blue Bell's listeria problems have now resulted in job losses and gas jumps as we head toward Memorial day weekend in today's Ag and Energy Report.
Blue Bell agrees to new rules for selling ice cream and a Dutch solar bike lane is generating more power than expected in today's Ag and Energy Report.
It's time once again for the annual Run for the Wall event where hundreds of motorcyclist from California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas are on their way to the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington D.C. and will be passing through the West Monroe, Monroe area on May 17, 2015.
Check out what's happening across this twin cities this May 15th weekend!
This year millions of Americans will take their dogs or cats with them on vacation. Flying isn't for everyone, so we've got a few tips for you to keep in mind.
Every Thursday morning you'll get the chance to "Ask Dr.Gray" your important medical questions.
You're invited to Saving Paws of Caldwell Adoption Day Saturday May 16, 2015.
You're invited to celebrate 2015's National Boating Safety Week Saturday, May 16.
You're invited to SummerFest, a family event for the Summer Reading Challenge kickoff.
Honeybees deaths last year extend a troubling trend and mechanically tenderized beef will now be labeled in today's Ag and Energy Report.
The RiverMarket and Community Trust Bank present “Health & Fitness Day” on Saturday May 16, 2015 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the RiverMarket.
The Red, White & Blue 5K and 1K Fun Run is on May 23rd with proceeds helping the Chennault Museum.
Shady Grove Elementary and Robinson Elementary are partnering with Timber to encourage the students to continue reading throughout the summer.
A new audit concludes that Louisiana lacks a centralized database for the public to keep track of state government contracts, according to State Treasurer John Kennedy.
Jane Gunn from The Travel Company talks summer trips to Cancun /Mexican Riviera and Punta Cana!
You're invited to MedCamps on the Greens by Julianne Tippen, who currently holds the title of Miss Spirit of Ruston, to help raise money for sick children's summer camp.
Apple is stepping up its environmental efforts in China and agriculture is one of the best fields for new college graduates in today's Ag and Energy Report.
Conoco Phillips must pay millions to settle hazardous waste violations and the company behind M&M's and Snickers endorses the "added sugars" label for foods in today's Ag and Energy report.
Louisiana State Troopers want you to know they're ramping up the "Click it or Ticket" campaign this month and encouraging you to keep your seatbelt on while driving or riding in any vehicle.