Both West Monroe and Ouachita Alternative will be open on Monday
Members of Pinehills Baptist Church in West Monroe found a way to hold Sunday service despite damage to their church building.
Early voting begins Monday in Arkansas for the 2014 general election.
Arkansas voters will decide on five proposed Constitutional Amendments.
Tallulah Mayor Paxton Branch and his wife escaped without serious injuries after they were involved in a rollover accident on I-20 on Saturday.
A cruise ship plowed through the waters of a Texas port on Sunday with precious cargo on board -- the end of a small Ebola scare.
Human remains were found Saturday on an abandoned property during the search for University of Virginia student Hannah Graham, who has been missing for more than a month, authorities said.
The National Transportation Safety Board continues the investigation into a train collision in Northwest Arkansas.
The National Weather Service held two training sessions about Sky Warn weather spotting in West Monroe.
The local Food Bank is asking for the community’s help for storm victims.
Members and volunteers brought their tools to help home owners clean up.
The local non-profit is helping folks clean up, a week after a tornado rolled through the area.
Prominent Monroe defense attorney Charles Kincade has died.
NWS Shreveport continues their preliminary report on the severe weather that struck the ArkLaMiss in mid October.
After receiving a patient with flu-like symptoms who traveled abroad, the hospital is back to normal operations.
This week, the Tallulah Mayor passed 100 days in office and when considering the "State of Tallulah," he said it starts with getting the town's money right.
Barham died Friday night after his plane veered off a lot and crashed into a fence for an unknown reason.
The investigation stemmed from complaints filed with the Sheriff's Office of the suspect scamming victims while performing handyman type repair work.
As a result of Monday's storms and subsequent power outages in the Monroe region, some clients who have experienced food loss may be eligible for replacement of a portion of their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits.
Ebola is dominating the news, but West Nile is a serious, present concern for Louisiana residents.
Anthony Miletello, executive chef at Miletello's Sports City Grill, joined us on the show to whip up a couple of their popular dishes.
United Way of Northeast Louisiana 2-1-1 is asking anyone who requires volunteer assistance with debris removal due to the October 13th tornado, contact 2-1-1 with address information.
A local organization that helps feed those in need is in need of some help themselves. The Food Bank of Northeast Louisiana is working hard to help those affected by Monday's tornado.
Entergy says they're working as hard as possible to restore power. It's a tough task - being handled by more than 600 linemen and electricians.
Over 100 adults lined up Friday morning for free dental work in Monroe.
In the wake of this week's storms, some residents are repairing their homes. Experts warn to watch out for contractor scams.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Omicron Iota Omega Chapter, will host its 11th Annual Health Fair from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday at Lincoln Elementary School.
Many local businesses remain in the dark, unable to open after Monday's tornado wiped out power to thousands.
Vice President Joe Biden's son was booted from the Navy Reserve because he tested positive for drugs, it was revealed on Thursday.
WEST MONROE: Meteorologists from the National Weather Service will teach a storm spotter class. It’s called Skywarn. It will be held at the Ouachita Parish Fire on New Natchitoches Road. There will be a basic class at 10 am and an advanced class at 12:15M. Skywarn is open to anyone and it is Free.
The city of El Dorado received two grants today to further their contributions in the community.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) has created a map detailing the estimated deer breeding periods across the state.
The Food Bank of Northeast Louisiana needs food to address the current disaster. The warehouse will be open from 9:00 am until 3:00 pm on Saturday to accept food donations.
Senator David Vitter is calling on Congress to reconvene to address ebola.
No one seems to know much about the Air Force's X-37B secret space plane except that it appears to be working exactly as designed. The unmanned Boeing-built craft, which resembles a miniature space shuttle, returned to Earth on Friday after nearly two years — 674 days, to be exact — in space. It's the X-37B program's third mission to space and by far the longest.
Consumers are on target to spend $7.4 billion on everything from candy and costumes to decorations this year, making Halloween bigger than ever.
Due to the extenuating circumstances associated with Monday's tornado, residential and commercial customers within the Garden District area will be given an extension to pay their current water bill
Due to the widespread damage caused by Monday's tornado, and the ongoing electrical repairs and storm debris removal, Monroe Public Works will not be able to run regular garbage services
Zachary Taylor and his wife Lakeisha Taylor were in disbelief when they visited Louisiana Lottery headquarters on Monday to claim the $1,750,000 Lotto jackpot from the Oct. 8 drawing.
Former President Bill Clinton will be in Louisiana next week campaigning for Senator Mary Landrieu ahead of the start of early voting.
In an effort to continue providing aid to those affected by this week's tornado, Captain Jerry Williams and others associated with the Salvation Army of NELA will be distributing meals.
Effective December 1, 2014, Louisiana will become one of the first SREB states to participate in the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (SARA).
The Council for a Better Louisiana is taking positions on the 14 constitutional amendments on the November 4 ballot in Louisiana.
Five people were injured after a freight train has collided with a sight-seeing passenger train in northwest Arkansas.
President Bill Clinton will headline rallies and campaign for Arkansas Victory 2014 in Hot Springs, Hope, North Little Rock, Pine Bluff, and Forrest City on October 17th, 18th and 19th.
NOAA Predicts Cooler & Wetter Winter for ArkLaMiss
Genetic screening to help doctors tailor plan of care for women with breast cancer; custom-fit garments available for to fight the symptoms of lymphedema.
This November, the people of Ruston will elect their first new mayor in more than a decade after current Mayor Dan Hollingsworth announced earlier this year he would not seek reelection.
School closures for Friday, October 17.
After the interview with our sister station, KARK, with accused murderer Arron Lewis, the prosecutor in Pulaski County says he may ask for a gag order to prevent people from talking about the case.