In support of ULM's men's basketball, people have their talons out at Malone Stadium to watch the Warhawks take on Loyala-Chicago in one one of the College Basketball Invitational.
A new strain of the polio-like EV-D68 may be causing the rare and mystifying cases of muscle weakness that's affected more than 100 kids across the United States, researchers reported Monday.
Rep. Katrina R. Jackson will host District 16's First Annual Easter Basket Giveaway!
The Louisiana Wildlife Federation presented Chevron with the Business Conservationist of the Year Award at Saturday’s banquet honoring recipients of the Governor’s Conservation Achievement Awards for 2014.
A school board committee met today to discuss some high school renovations.
Officials from the Department of Justice are visiting outreach programs across the nation. Monday, they made several stops in Ouachita and Morehouse parish.
Community leaders and students packed the ULM conference room in support of higher education. Students and faculty say they were pleased with the turn out and legislative support.
The Monroe Police Department wants to give residents an easy way to contact and interact with the department. The solution, a new phone app called MyPD.
NBC's live musicals have become an annual tradition, kicking off with the "The Sound of Music" in 2013 and continuing with "Peter Pan" in 2014.
Come and join Audubon Louisiana's Director of Bird Conservation to learn more about prothonotary warblers and build a nest box for you to take home.
Arkansas leaders are touring the state to bring attention to a program to help pay college tuition for future students.
University of Louisiana at Monroe English instructor Lesli Rambin, with faculty collaboration from The Schools of Humanities and Visual and Performing Arts, presents "Jammin' in the Delta: Mojos, Juke Joints, and Jellyrolls."
Tuesday, March 31st at 4 p.m., Louisiana Delta Community College will induct twenty three students into the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society.
Robert Love, Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries division administrator, was honored Saturday by the Louisiana Wildlife Federation with the 2014 Governor’s Award for Conservationist of the Year.
The Southern Arkansas University STEM Center for K-12 Education has been awarded a grant from the Arkansas STEM Coalition to provide a one-day, hands-on science and engineering STEM leadership workshop for female students.
AG Caldwell is leading a group of 19 state attorneys general in urging the Environmental Protection Agency to withdraw its proposed new greenhouse-gas emissions rule because the agency has violated federal law by failing to meet certain deadlines.
Imagine the kind of precise surgery that is accurate within one millimeter, or the thickness of a dime. That innovation is now at P&S Surgical Hospital.
A Bossier man is being held on $3 million bond, charged with hundreds of counts of child pornography, after agents made a disturbing find in his home.
Fast-food giant McDonald's is making an early step toward extending breakfast hours to all-day long.
United States Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced today that a federal grand jury indicted Caddo Parish Commissioner Michael Dwayne Williams for defrauding the Caddo Parish Commission and stealing from a nonprofit meant to help at-risk youth.
“Creole Nippon: Japanese Americans in Louisiana” will be the topic when Louisiana Tech University’s department of history continues its annual International Affairs Speaker Series starting at noon Wednesday, April 1, in Wyly Tower Auditorium.
It’s time once again for the annual Run for the Wall event.
The Louisiana Superintendent of Education says a Baton Rouge Judge has thrown out a Common Core lawsuit.
A lot of the chatter around the Scouting Combine was that the Falcons were going to be hit hard for piping in artificial crowd noise.
A former employee of the Village of Simsboro in Lincoln Parish used “unauthorized credits to utility billings” to cover the theft of approximately $12,000 in cash from utility collections.
Sometimes, it's better to leave things to the experts. That's what Sony learned in trying to build its own streaming-music service.
Former Arkansas Razorback basketball player, Jason Henry was arrested on trafficking and prostitution charges in connection to the sexual assault of a 14-year-old girl.
Ford Motor will resurrect the Lincoln Continental as its top-of-the line luxury sedan, betting the classic name will help rebuild the brand's image in the United States and China.
"The Daily Show" is getting a new host. On Monday, the show announced that comedian Trevor Noah will take over for Jon Stewart, who announced in February that he was leaving after 16 years.
State Fire Marshal investigators are currently analyzing the circumstances surrounding a residential structure fire that heavily damaged a home and claimed the lives of the homeowners.
A dark intersection. A church van full of parishioners. And tragedy. That's about all police in Glades County, Florida, had to work with early Monday, hours after a van with 18 people inside ran a stop sign, crossed a four-lane highway and plunged into a shallow water-filled ditch.
Two men tried to ram the main gate to enter the headquarters of the National Security Agency at Fort Meade, Maryland on Monday, according to a federal law enforcement official briefed on the investigation.
In honor of the 20th anniversary of the Violence Against Women Act, officials from the Department of Justice will visit selected programs in North Louisiana during the nationwide tour of Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) grantees.
The co-pilot blamed for the crash of Germanwings Flight 4U9525 had been treated in the past after doctors observed suicidal tendencies, officials said Monday.
The Arkansas Department of Human Services Division of Aging and Adult Services wants Arkansas seniors to tell it how the division can serve them in coming years.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe Wind Ensemble will take their music on the road in a mini-tour beginning this week. The ensemble is the top instrumental performing group within the School of Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA).
Delta Community College hosts its open house for the Process Technology Applied Sciences major April 16, 2015 from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.
On Sunday April 5, 2015, Living Way Church will be hosting a Community Giveaway Block Party.
Tobacco companies are set to meet with the federal trade commission ahead of its merger decision and gas prices spike higher in today's AG and Energy Report.
After all the winter weather we received a few weeks ago, the arrival of spring is a relief, but with spring brings allergy season.
The ULM athletic department is hosting a watch party tonight for the first game of the College Basketball Invitational best of three championship series.
A woman, who survived chemotherapy and a double mastectomy, says two Walmart employees were loudly making fun of her appearance during a visit to the retail giant.
Representative Patrick Jefferson says he wants to relieve the financial burden of many students applying to Grambling State University.
The 5-week-old infant who went missing Friday was found safe this morning.
Voters across northeast Louisiana decided on several tax renewals Saturday night.
In the Village of Delta, voters there decided on a Mayoral election between Marvin Ashley and Thomas Cantin.
Nearly 1300 voters approved a tax renewal to help Ouachita Parish Schools.
The Town of Jonesville issued a water boil advisory effective immediately.
While doing something positive for the city, a group of kids came across a weapon.
The Easter Bunny didn't hop into town, he flew, for the First West NELA Egg Drop today.