Local resident Cora Wiggins claims her life will never be what it was again thanks to the actions of her former employer, Coast Professional, Inc. in West Monroe.
Tax season may be over but that has not stopped scammers from continuing to pose as IRS officials and making calls threatening jail time and loss of property.
Arkansas shoppers will be able to shop tax free for back to school items.
Last week, a Union Parish resident noticed a vehicle with a trailer parked at an abandoned residence he owns so he blocked the vehicle so it couldn’t leave and called authorities.
A tip to Crime Stoppers of Union Parish led to the arrest of a Spearsville resident on a drug charge over the weekend.
Rebels gave Malaysian officials the data recorders from downed Flight 17 on Tuesday, days after the passenger jet crashed in eastern Ukraine.
The Arkansas Scholarship Lottery is warning Arkansans about scammers who are making false representations about individuals winning a lottery prize.
An Arkansas inmate is still missing after escaping from custody in Pine Bluff late last month.
KARD and Lagniappe Broadcasting present Fox 14’s ArkLaMiss Idol, an area singing competition for solo artists between ages 15 to 28 years old.
The path to a healthier lifestyle sometimes begins with small steps.
The appeal of a Ouachita Parish teen convicted of killing his parents will be heard next month.
There's a new person leading security at SAU.
Honoring its 8 Educational Partner Institutions
Some South Arkansas sidewalks are looking better every day.
The City of Monroe was awarded a grant by the Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP) Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) as awarded through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
Technology Center of Excellence has a completed steel structure, and CenturyLink celebrated by raising an American flag on top of the building.
John “J.P.” Pierce began his education at the University of Louisiana at Monroe in the fall of 1972 by pursuing a degree in pre-law.
17 Louisiana lawmakers have filed suit against BESE and the Department of Education.
New residents in Louisiana will qualify for purchasing resident recreational hunting and fishing licenses after six months in state once Act 429 becomes effective on Aug. 1, 2014.
LA 599, in Morehouse Parish 138' east of US 165, will be closed to all vehicular traffic at the railroad grade crossing on Tueday, July 22, 2014, between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm.
Researchers working in Bolivia recently discovered four new species of tuco-tuco, a small, gopher-like rodent named for its distinct vocalizations.
The death toll among Palestinians from the Israeli offensive in the Gaza Strip has reached 510 following the bloodiest day of fighting so far in the two-week campaign.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry will immediately send up to 1,000 National Guard troops to help secure the southern border, where tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors from Central America have crossed into the United States this year in a surge that is deemed a humanitarian crisis
A friend of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was found guilty Monday of obstruction of justice for interfering with the FBI's investigation.
Monroe Police say a victim attacked over the weekend has died.
When it comes to marriage, Millennials are saying "I don't."
The sounds contained within the chant — Woooooooo, Pig! Sooie! Woooooooo, Pig! Sooie! Woooooooo, Pig! Sooie! Razorbacks! — are now a registered trademark.
St. Francis Medical Center has been ranked as the third best hospital for 2014-15 in Louisiana by U.S. News & World Report and recognized in northeastern Louisiana as a best regional hospital in neurology, neurosurgery and orthopedics.
The YMCA of Northeast Louisiana will be offering FREE swimming lessons to approximately 60 children.
With the new school year just around the corner, many foster children are in need of school supplies.
The Food Bank of Northeast Louisiana is addressing childhood hunger with targeted programs.
Nine people are recovering from gunshot wounds in New Orleans this weekend.
Due to weather conditions, the LA 577 eastbound off ramp and on ramp closure has been delayed and will now occur on Tuesday, July 22 through Tuesday, July 29, 2014.
State Representative Valarie Hodges, who sits on the House Committee on Criminal Justice, wants to hear directly from citizens concerning the current crisis of illegal border crossings into Texas.
Saying that pro-Russian separatists' behavior "has no place in the community of nations," President Barack Obama said on Monday that "the burden is on Russia" to push the separatists to allow unfettered access to the crash site of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17.
From getting a massage to taking a week off, Louisiana Lottery players had relaxing plans for the nearly $11 million in scratch-off prizes claimed in June.
Five companies have filed to sell individual health insurance plans on Arkansas’s Federally-facilitated Health Insurance Marketplace for the 2015 plan year.
Summer Bridge Program Comes to a Close
Congressman Bill Cassidy is getting the endorsement of Paul Hollis in the U.S. Senate race.
Esther Phillips and DJ Big Jim Elliott join us to talk about the upcoming America’s Got Talent LIVE! radio contest with LA 105.
The check points will be at several undisclosed areas.
A group of four fires ignited by lightning Monday in north-central Washington had grown so big by Sunday that fire officials said the separate blazes had grown into one expansive wildfire.
Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin began their final descent in the Eagle lunar module 45 years ago today.
McIlroy shot 1-under 71 on Sunday to win the 143rd Open Championship by two strokes over a game Sergio Garcia and Rickie Fowler.
The cost of flying is getting more expensive as the government increases TSA fees.
After 34 Years in the Department James Austin is hanging it up.
Actor James Garner, wisecracking star of TV's "Maverick" who went on to a long career on both small and big screen, has died. He was 86.
Local veterans took aim this morning in West Monroe.
Police say a 7-year-old Pennsylvania boy was nearly starved to death, beaten regularly and resorted to catching insects to eat during brief times he was allowed outside his home.
Alumni and friends showed off their Warhawk spirit at today's event.