Police arrest an 11-year-old accused of stealing a car from a YMCA parking lot in Hot Springs, AR.
It was when a Monroe teen was shot while walking home from a party last weekend that made one local lawmaker look to revisit a curfew in Monroe.
Seven cars from a train travelling along tracks near S. Choctaw and N. Sherwood Forest Drive in Baton Rouge, LA, derailed around 9:30 AM, Friday.
Monroe Police Officers report they are still searching for a suspect in an armed robbery that occurred over the weekend.
Madison Parish Sheriff's Deputies confirmed to KTVE/KARD five suspects are now in custody in connection with a theft that occurred at Tallulah Academy.
The Olympics ended in Russia, earlier this year. But, some locals were still going for the gold on Friday.
Department of Health and Hospitals says nine pools from different locations around Ouachita Parish tested positive for the West Nile virus.
A South Arkansas company is having to pay up due to safety and health violations.
The Chief tells us while he's not surprised, he's disappointed the Police Union is voting weeks after an action plan was introduced.
Neighbors, who live near the train tracks, talk about shocking train and car accident.
If our galaxy were a boxer, it would have just slipped down a few weight classes—and would be no match for our neighbor Andromeda.
A South Arkansas man was killed in a crash last night in Union County.
1200 backpacks, filled with school supplies, will be given away tomorrow in El Dorado.
A new invasive scale insect continues to infest crape myrtles in Texas, Louisiana and other south-central states.
A Marion family is now the center of international attention for setting a world record.
The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH) is confirming six new West Nile virus cases this week
A St. John the Baptist Parish jury today returned a guilty verdict in the case against a Reserve couple for the 2008 beating death of an 8-year-old Louisiana boy
Two men have been arrested in connection with a burglary at WMHS on Friday afternoon.
Congressman Vance McAllister is calling on Congress to remain in session until the border crisis is resolved.
The Louisiana Sheriffs' Association is endorsing Democratic incumbent Senator Mary Landrieu.
Today, Business Facilities magazine named Louisiana the No. 1 business climate in the U.S.
Today, Governor Bobby Jindal highlighted the 2014 Louisiana Sales Tax Holiday which begins Friday, August 1 and ends Saturday, August 2 at midnight.
Marigolds and zinnias for fall flowers? Yes! We often associate many of our warm-season bedding plants with the spring and summer growing seasons.
For friends, fans and alums of Louisiana Tech University, summer is a perfect time to celebrate the start of a new year and a new football season.
Former Rayville Superintendent of Public Works Lorenzo Brown pled guilty to five counts of Malfeasance in Office last Friday, July 25, said District Attorney Mack Lancaster.
Governor Bobby Jindal is pressing the White House for more information on the 1,071 unaccompanied immigrant children that are now living in Louisiana.
The U.S. Department of Health & Human is saying Senator David Vitter's claim that over three thousand unaccompanied immigrant children are living in Louisiana is false.
In a recently released ranking of the “50 Great Affordable College Towns in the U.S.,” Monroe—home of the University of Louisiana at Monroe
Even the smallest debit card purchases are leading to big fees for customers who overdraw their bank accounts.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries announced today that installation of baffles on the rifle range at the Sherburne Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is now open.
Occy the dog and Biggie the duck have been best friends for years.
Researchers have found a way to make see-through mice — but don't worry, these critters won't be scampering in your kitchen.
A look at this week's theatrical movie releases, including "Guardians of the Galaxy" and the James Brown biopic "Get On Up."
One person was injured after their car collided with a train in Ouachita Parish.
The Louisiana Department of Education today released independent audit reports for nonpublic schools participating in the Louisiana Scholarship Program
U.S. health officials were scrambling on Friday to fetch at least one American patient infected with Ebola virus back from West Africa for treatment.
Newly formed Tropical Storm Bertha barreled toward the Lesser Antilles on Friday, the National Hurricane Center said.
Four separate investigations by the Louisiana Department of Revenue resulted in eight arrests in the month of July for felony tax fraud
Our wonderful board, the Twin City Art Foundation, is hosting a kitchen shower for the Masur Museum!
According to Louisiana State Police, Highway 594 is closed from Automall to Powell Avenue. Traffic is being diverted to Automall and the service road.
Congressman Vance McAllister will hold a series of town hall meetings, beginning Tuesday, August 5.
If you've been holding off on a road trip vacation because of the high cost of gasoline, this may be a good time to load up the minivan and head out on the highway.
Employers added 209,000 jobs last month, fewer than expected and much lower than the 298,000 generated in June.
Millhaven Road between Sparks Nissan and Target will be closed till further notice.
If you ever find yourself sitting at the stoplight on the intersection of 18th Street and Texas Avenue in Monroe, you might have been wondering where mysterious jazz music is coming from.
Ouachita Parish Sheriff's Deputies said they received a report of a burglary at a West Monroe business during the early hours of Tuesday morning.
551 new laws go into effect in Louisiana starting Friday.
Just in time for the beginning of the school year, during the first weekend of August, Arkansas and Louisiana will hold its annual sales tax holiday.
You can find a lot of things on Craigslist, and a sign from above is apparently one of them, according to a Metairie elderly woman.
Dozens of teachers were trained on Thursday by educators from NASA.