Monroe State Representative Marcus Hunter is asking a Baton Rouge Hude to reconsider his denial to allow an additional day of early voting.
The deadline for entering the parade will be 4:00 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 1st.
Every good home needs a foundation and that's what was laid today for the 2015 St. Jude Dream Home in Monroe.
You’ve heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday which kick off the post-Thanksgiving shopping season… shouldn’t there be at least one day focused on giving back? Well now there is!
An Afghan mother has become a hero among some of her countrymen after allegedly fighting the Taliban militants who had just killed her policeman son.
Dancing in front of passengers on a subway takes a lot of guts whoever and wherever you are — but its particularly true if you are a woman in Iran.
Monroe Mayor and 5th Congressional District candidate Jamie Mayo voted early today in the December 6 runoff election.
A Pulaski County realtor murdered in September had been kidnapped and held for "ransom or reward...with the purpose of terrorizing her or another person", a Nov. 24 court filing has revealed.
Detectives say a Springdale woman was working as a prostitute, and bringing her 4-year-old child with her to meet men.
What a difference a year makes. More than 460,000 people signed up for health insurance on the federal government’s website during the first week of open enrollment, officials said Wednesday. And there were no outages or other technical glitches.
Drone jobs are in high demand. Big companies, such as Amazon and Facebook, are looking for pilots who fly drones and engineers with experience in building the unmanned aircraft. And they are willing to pay top dollar for the right stuff.
A group called Christmas for Downtown Reading raised $1,000 from business and community donations toward purchasing a replacement tree, but a last minute change of heart means the original tree that was denigrated far and wide on the Web will stay in place.
Louisiana businesses and consumers are gearing up for the hustle and bustle of Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
As Arkansans reflect on their gratitude over the holiday season, many will look for ways to give back. Consumers should give wisely to make sure that their donations will help those in need, not scammers.
With some retailers set to open on Thanksgiving morning, others later that evening and the rest on Friday, it can be difficult to keep track of when your favorite stores will cut the ribbon on their Black Friday deals.
A suburban Denver woman who collected thousands of dollars in donations by convincing friends, family and her 6-year-old son that he had cancer was sentenced to 90 days in jail, five years of probation and community service on Tuesday.
Recent rankings and reports show that the State of Louisiana has become fertile soil for companies and industries looking to expand their operations and seeking talent that can lead their organizations into the future.
Several big box stores will be open for Thanksgiving to get a jump on the holiday shopping season, but several stores will not be joining them.
Several runoff elections were decided Tuesday night in south Arkansas.
A federal judge struck down Amendment 83 of the Arkansas constitution, saying it violates same-sex couples right to equal protection under the federal constitution.
Sheriff Jay Russell reminds shoppers that shopping during the holiday season can present unique danger. “Taking a few prevention measures can help keep your holiday season joyous” said Sheriff Russell.
Early voting continues for the December 6 runoff election in Louisiana.
Monroe Police say a runaway teen is back with his family.
The Warhawks prepare for their final game of the year looking to improve record to 5-7.
West Monroe native and "Duck Dynasty" daughter Sadie Robertson scored perfectly on her final dance, but came up just short of taking home the crown on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars" competition on Tuesday night.
His family rejoiced from their watch party in Monroe.
Union Parish Sheriff Dusty Gates said detectives are investigating a case of animal cruelty involving a horse that was so malnourished “he had to be put down.”
Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson, in his first interview since the fatal shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown, told ABC News Tuesday that he's not tormented by that fateful encounter in suburban St. Louis last summer.
Monroe City Marshal Wince Highshaw, Jr. told KTVE/KARD while his office is going along with its latest legislative audit, he doesn't necessarily agree with all of its findings.
We're going to go out on a limb here and predict that the zombie apocalypse will not happen in 2014. This doesn't mean, however, that hordes of shambling strangers can't infect you and make you feel like the walking dead. After all, this is the cold and flu season.
The Monroe Police needs the assistance of the public in identifying suspects wanted for a Felony theft that occurred in Champs at Pecanland Mall on 11-21-14.
A decision has been made on holiday payroll bonuses in El Dorado.
The Village of Moreauville is putting plans to officially enact its pit bull and Rottweiler ban on hold.
Monroe Police say the officer who allegedly made offensive comments on Facebook regarding the riots in Ferguson has been placed on leave.
The search for a missing toddler has entered its third day.
Sheriff’s Deputies say they found 58-year old Grover Brown dead from an apparent gunshot wound.
El Dorado Police are investigating a shooting that sent a teenager to the hospital.
The priest gives you a communion wafer, then a sip of wine, then asks: Would you like fries with that? The situation sounds insane (and it may well be), but if one group’s crowdfunding campaign is successful, it could become a reality.
Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell has joined 16 other state attorneys general in filing strongly worded comments opposing the EPA's plans to regulate fossil fuel-fired power plants.
In the spirit of Christmas giving, Ouachita Christian School is challenging area middle and high schools to compete to beat hunger and join us in helping feed those less fortunate this holiday season!
Low-interest federal disaster loans are available to Louisiana residents and business owners affected by the severe weather and tornadoes that occurred in Ouachita Parish on October 13, 2014.
Monroe Mayor Jamie Mayo has picked three endorsement in his bid to win the 5th District Congressional race.
Darkness is coming -- and you should book a hotel room now. That's what eclipse-chasers from around the world are doing, as they prepare for the first total solar eclipse to cut a swath from the Pacific to the Atlantic since 1918.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) and the Louisiana Outdoor Writers Association (LOWA) are encouraging hunters 15 years of age or younger to enter the 2014 Youth Hunter of the Year competition.
Police have made contact with 17-year-old Gabriela Ruiz.
Making Magnolia Blossom has two exciting events scheduled for December 6, including a unique 5K for the organization’s first fundraising event.
Students in five Arkansas schools will have additional computers to use as a result of Senator John Boozman’s participation in the U.S. Senate’s Computers for Schools program.
Five children ages 16 and younger are presumed dead after a fast-moving fire consumed their mobile home early Tuesday in rural southeast Texas, officials said.
The Holiday Express train is returning to northeast Louisiana.
The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH) will host a free symposium on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in Louisiana on Dec. 9, 2014.