Al Sanders, President of North East Louisiana Veterans Association, announces the 1st Annual Fundraising Luncheon to support the Fort Hero Veterans Barracks.
Help the Humane Society find a new home for one lucky lap cat.
America’s got a new oil problem-where to put it all, and Smith &Wesson is fully loaded.
The Supreme Court of Alabama ordered all the state's probate judges late Tuesday to stop issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
As the result of an investigation of a missing person report filed March 2, 2015, Ouachita Parish Investigators have arrested four suspects on Second Degree Murder charges.
The Monroe City School Board tackled several items on Tuesday night's agenda, including the idea to add a 9th grade with an emphasis on fine arts to Excellence Academy.
Lincoln Parish Schools administrators say that Monroe City Schools Superintendent Dr. Brent Vidrine is on a short list of applicants for their own superintendent position.
Fanconi Anemia affects bone marrow and can lead to cancer, so a local family is asking for the community's help. They hope to find a bone marrow match for their kids or someone else in need.
One man is dead and another suspected criminal is being sought following a botch home invasion attempt overnight in east Shreveport.
Possible budget cuts leave a future with higher education foggy for some students.
Here's a gnawing problem. Two scientific surveys of New York City's seamy side have turned up enough evidence of past and present pests to kick a hypochondriac into high gear.
The Arkansas Department of Health reports the state's flu deaths total has climbed to 41.
Update: Two arrests have been made in a Ouachita County murder case.
A South Arkansas school is moving "Full Steam Ahead" with a new program to start in the fall.
With the new deal Judge Judy Sheindlin will be handing out verdicts until 2020. "Judge Judy" will be holding court for a few more years, thanks to a new deal from CBS.
According to a state-by-state breakdown released by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Inspector General, Attorney General Buddy Caldwell’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit (MFCU) recovered more than $118,815,109.
Greater North Louisiana Community Development Corporation has partnered with Grambling State University to provide FREE seminars in entrepreneurship-based courses.
Bring the kids out to see the lions, the elephants, the acrobats and silly clowns, the whole works! And don't forget to get your Cracker Jacks at intermission.
The son of a Monroe City Councilman was named as one of the victims in the shooting last Friday on Swartz-Fairbanks Road.
Clouded by racial bias and a narrow-minded drive for municipal court revenue, police in Ferguson, Missouri have habitually violated citizens' civil rights, with black residents bearing the brunt, a U.S. Justice Department investigation has found.
The Food and Drug Administration is warning doctors against over-prescribing testosterone-boosting drugs for men, saying the popular treatments have not been established as safe or effective for common age-related issues like low libido and fatigue.
Sweet Briar College's board of directors voted to close the school at the end of the academic year over financial issues.
Richland Parish Sheriffs’ Investigators concluded a three month covert investigation into heroin being sold in Richland Parish.
A member of the Federal Communications Commission visited Grambling University on Tuesday to talk 'net neutrality'.
Dr. Jenna Carpenter, associate dean of undergraduate studies for the College of Engineering and Science at Louisiana Tech University, served as keynote speaker at the WiSE (Women in STEM Experience) symposium held recently at the University of Alabama.
The Office of Group Benefits (OGB) and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana (BCBS) recently learned that cyber attackers have obtained personal information on some plan members through Anthem, Inc., a network affiliate.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Tuesday that a proposed agreement between world powers and Iran was "a bad deal" that would not stop Tehran from getting nuclear weapons.
Congress has passed legislation that will fund the Department of Homeland Security without touching President Obama's immigration actions, bringing an end to a months-long battle.
Think you know nature? Think again! The wide world of wilderness always keeps us guessing.
With all the data breaches that took place last year, it would be logical to expect cases of identity theft to skyrocket. But that didn't happen, according to the 2015 Identity Fraud Study by Javelin Strategy & Research released on Tuesday.
A traffic stop by a Union Parish sheriff’s deputy over the weekend has resulted in the arrest of a West Monroe man on a drug-related charge.
Dog left paralyzed after being hit by car learns to walk again.
Cyber crime has been identified as a key problem for business owners. In support of businesses in the Northeastern Louisiana region, the Louisiana Small Business Development Center at the University of Louisiana at Monroe will host a training seminar.
A Dry Prong man is accused of burning a debris pile and intentionally allowing the fire to spread to adjacent lands where a residence was burned. The incident happened Feb. 14, 2015 on Gator Hole Rd.
Former CIA Director David Petraeus will plead guilty to mishandling classified information, a Department of Justice spokesperson said Tuesday.
United Way of Northeast Louisiana marked the end of another successful Campaign with the annual Celebrating Excellence awards luncheon, held earlier today at the Monroe Civic Center.
Dig in: It's national pancake day. So says IHOP, which should know, considering it is the International House of Pancakes.
For the first time in three years, the iPhone is the world's top selling smartphone.
Woman who suffered extreme side effects joins push to pull medication from the pharmacy shelves.
Gone are the days of $2 gas -- at least for now. Prices at the pump have climbed steadily for five weeks in a row.
Beginning March 16, ULM’s Graduate School will launch an initiative allowing submission of student theses and dissertations electronically, beginning with the Marriage and Family Therapy and the Doctorate of Education graduate programs.
Sen. Bill Cassidy, (R-LA), joins KTVE-10 News Today to talk about funding for the Department of Homeland Security, and Israeli Leader Benjamin Netanyhu's visit to the U.S.
The folks from Newk's show us how to make their Spicy Shrimp Pizza.
Come mingle with other business professionals in West Monroe, March 5th and in Ruston, March 12th.
The most important U.S. Ag delegation to visit Cuba in more than a decade in there right now, and one family has more billionaires than any other on earth-thanks to agriculture.
When the deputy asked the suspect what was his name, he replied: “James Bond.”
The weather was anything but spring-like, but the calendar showed today as the opening day of football practice for the Warhawks.
For the past several years, Charles Malveaux has been working with drones. But it wasn't until his friend died from West Nile, that he realized how he wanted to use his drones to make our world safer.
A proposal from the United States Environmental Protection Agency could affect industrial growth in Baton Rouge.
Colleges all over Louisiana learned on Friday that they would lose over $141 million in state funding.