Thousands of people all came out to LSU Saturday for one reason... to pray. Governor Jindal was one of them.
An Arkadelphia man is dead following an early morning robbery at Jordan’s Kwick Stop Shell, located at 180 Valley Street in Arkadelphia (Caddo Valley area).
Mary Manhein has dedicated her life to bringing closure to local families. She has worked on hundreds of cold cases and examined thousands of bones. Now, Mary is ready to pass on her title, but she said her decision was not easy.
Health inspection scores of your favorite restaurants and bars are public knowledge, but how often do you actually take the time to search for those scores? Luckily there's a new app, that's putting those scores right in your pocket.
You can't escape Disney's phenomenon "Frozen."
A high speed chase ended with the arrest of a Monroe man.
Earlier this month, Denbury Onshore, LLC began work to replug the Roy Snyder #1 oil well near Delhi, La. located in the median of Interstate 20.
Two dialysis patients met during treatment and plan to get married Saturday.
Today, hundreds of people gathered to protest Governor Bobby Jindal's prayer rally, "The Response." They say the organization funding the event, the American Family Association (AFA), is a hateful group that preaches discrimination.
The second annual 'Warhawk Mock Trial Jamboree' was held at University of Louisiana Monroe today.
Boy Scouts and other service organizations met up at Camp T.L. James, in Downsville, as part of the 2015 Boy Scout Klondike Derby.
State police say 70-year old Jerry Ratcliff died after his vehicle struck a tree on I-20.
LSU Police are gearing up for Governor Bobby Jindal's prayer rally on Saturday.
A New Orleans Police Department officer was arrested Friday morning on a DUI charge after he crashed his department-issued vehicle into a guardrail on Interstate 10.
The Morehouse Parish Sheriff's Office is the latest organization joining the fight for a 31 year-old Start father battling cancer.
An ACT Prep Coach employee contracted by the Bossier Parish School Board was arrested Thursday afternoon for sexual relations with a high school student, according to Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington.
A delegation from the Monroe Chamber of Commerce spent much of the week in in Washington D.C., petitioning for a short-list of projects they call important for the Twin Cities.
After more than two years leading the Salvation Army of Northeast Louisiana, Corps. Officer Jerry Williams announced to KTVE/KARD he will be moving on to new opportunities starting next week.
Delhi Police confirm a female student stabbed another female student at Delhi High School.
All lanes of the Lea Joyner (Louisville Bridge) milepost 123.34 in both the eastbound and westbound directions of US 80 will be closed on Sunday, January 25, 2015 from 7:00 A.M. until 5 P.M.
Tens of thousands of people will flood Phoenix Stadium to watch the SeaHawks and the Patriots face off. But the majority of us will be watching the big game from afar.
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to review Oklahoma's system for execution — the first time it's taken up such a case since rejecting a challenge to lethal injections in 2008.
An asteroid up to 1,800 feet across is headed Earth's way. But don't worry: It will miss us by 745,000 miles, about three times the distance between Earth and the moon.
A Kaplan man has been arrested and charged with six counts of distributing pornography involving juveniles, announced Attorney General Buddy Caldwell.
A Colorado baker is facing a state discrimination investigation after refusing to make a cake with a bitter theme. But a Texas ministry on Thursday disavowed the complaint one of its co-founders filed against the woman who refused to sell him cakes with anti-gay messages.
Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Secretary Robert Barham announced a closure of the fall shrimp season in remaining state inside waters and in a portion of state outside waters effective Wednesday, January 28, 2015 at official sunset.
New plants make gardening exciting. About five years ago, a new sweet alyssum variety started appearing in trial gardens and garden centers around the country.
No other group of plants can quite duplicate what vines do for us in the landscape. Vines can be used to provide shade, privacy, flowers, ground cover, edible or attractive fruit, fragrance and food for wildlife.
The Louisiana Department of Education (LDOE), through the Division of Nutrition Support, announces it is gearing up to administer the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), which provides healthy meals to children.
U.S. Senator David Vitter (R-La.) joined a bipartisan and bicameral group of lawmakers, led by U.S. Senator Thad Cochran (R-Miss.), in asking Secretary of State John Kerry to help encourage Iraq to purchase more rice produced by U.S. farmers.
On Friday morning shortly after 8:00 a.m., Louisiana State Police Troop B was notified of a fatal crash on the Belle Chasse Bridge (LA 23) near LA 3017.
Tom Benson spoke to FOX 8 on camera Friday for the first time since a lawsuit was filed against him by family members, claiming he was mentally and physically unfit to manage his business.
A Spearsville man was released from the Union Parish Detention Center after posting a $5,000 bond for failing to register as a sex offender and child predator.
New Hampshire man accused of leaving 9-year-old twins home alone for nearly four months.
Thousands of people are offering support and encouragement for a Prior Lake, Minnesota family after the father confronted his daughter's bullies in a YouTube video. The father of those bullies lost his job just two days after the video was posted.
"The Voice" doesn't return for another month, but one of the show's coaches will be on NBC this weekend.
The number of flu deaths in Arkansas now totals 24.
It's tax season again, and experts say EVEN THOUGH YOU MAY BE LOOKING FORWARD TO A REFUND you shouldn't be too quick to file.
Dr. Roger Carpenter, associate professor of history at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, is celebrating the release of his fourth book, “Times are Altered with us.”
Johnny Depp's caper comedy "Mortdecai" is among the new movies arriving in theaters this week.
Iraqi's Prime Minister says the U.S. and its allies aren't doing enough to fight ISIS, but Defense Secretary Hagel says what we're doing is working.
Ouachita Sheriff’s Investigators are looking for 18-year-old Andre Dewayne Shaw of Monroe.
A green-winged teal shot by a hunter in northern Washington state has tested positive for H5N1 bird flu — a relative of the virus that's infected nearly 700 people globally and killed 400 of them.
A prison inmate still reeling from the Dallas Cowboys' playoff loss to the Green Bay Packers has decided to take action to remedy to defeat, announcing intent to sue NFL officials for $88 billion for "gross stupidity" and "the loss of a Super Bowl."
Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah has died, state television announced early Friday. He was 90.
The first Ebola vaccines will be shipped to West Africa Friday, loaded aboard a commercial flight from Brussels, Belgium, to Liberia.
Craig A. McCain, announced that the Louisiana FSA, along with Ag Center personnel from Southern University, have developed training materials to conduct and present a series of in-person training opportunities.
Dr. Paul W. Sylvester was invited to chair a session and present a talk on his work related to the anticancer effects of tocotrienols at the Health Sciences Innovation Conference and Trade Show in Mumbai, India, January 15-17, 2015.
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