It sounds and looks like Hollywood, but this set of the movie "Dancer and the Dame" is right here in Monroe, overseen by homegrown producers.
Several West Monroe churches come together to host a sunrise Easter Sunday service at Kiroli Park.
The community is invited to celebrate William Shakespeare's birthday at Louisiana Tech on Wednesday, April 23rd.
Five short plays will be performed Monday on the ULM campus.
The number of complaints against a Washington Parish special ed teacher is growing.
Some critics have gone so far as to say smartphone innovation has stalled-- that may be a good thing.
Four people remain missing.
Your phone always knows where you are. And now, if you want, your Facebook friends will always know where you are, too.
The Arkansas Museum of Natural Resources will host a TinkerFest, an Arkansas Discovery Network event, on Saturday, April 26, from 11 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Following a one month Investigation into the distribution of Methamphetamine in the North Monroe Garden District, deputies with the Metro Narcotics Unit and the SWAT team executed a search warrant in the 300 block of Rochelle Avenue in Monroe.
The Obama administration on Friday extended the review period on the Keystone XL pipeline, citing ongoing litigation in Nebraska over the project's route through the state.
Senator Landrieu takes heat for a new ad, millions are raised for the U.S. Senate campaign and Jindal finishes last in a new poll.
The number of people employed in Louisiana’s civilian labor force set a record in March and exceeded 2 million for the first time ever.
Tickets for the St. Jude Dream Home giveaway are now sold out.
A social media event is making a splash across the Arkansas.
Early voting begins this Saturday for the May 3 general election.
Clean Harbors El Dorado Facility will conduct the first of six Household Hazardous Waste Collection Days this Saturday, April 19, from 8:00 a.m. to noon.
Labor force data, shows Arkansas’ seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell two-tenths of a percentage point, from 7.1 percent in February to 6.9 percent in March.
Oak Grove's "Fiske Theatre" is now included in the National Registry of Historic Places.
The Sandstone Multi-use trial will open on Saturday, April 19 in Pineville, LA.
A candidate for Arkansas Attorney General visit El Dorado on Thursday.
Monroe Police report a brief car chase early Friday morning ended in the recovery of a stolen vehicle.
Attorney General, Dustin McDaniel, rejects the ballot title trying to get statewide alcohol sales on the November ballot.
The law challenging Arkansas' ban on same sex marriage was heard in court Thursday.
Owner Mario Mata from Avocado's join us in the kitchen to cook a Mexican dish called Cochinita Pibil.
An advocate for expanded DNA collection for all felony arrests says Arkansas' current law doesn't go far enough.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission set the state’s deer hunting seasons today, with modern gun deer season opening Nov. 8, archery season opening Sept. 27, and muzzleloader season opening Oct. 18.
Chris Brown join us to talk about a twin city yard competition. The competition includes weekly prizes and a grand price of a Gravely XD3 Self-propelled Walk-behind Mower and Stihl Kombi System with attachments, estimated value $1,200.
There's Easter fun to be found in Monticello on Saturday morning.
RiverMarket Coordinator, Dionne Chamblee join us to talk about what's in store for this weekends Downtown RiverMarket, such as fashion week and new vendors.
Sheila Snow from the Monroe-West Monroe Convention & Visitors Bureau join us to talk about this weekend events.
Easter activities and more.
Get ready to head outdoors and onto the water on April 19th.
Director from the Jackson parish Chamber of Commerce, Wilda Smith join us to talk about the upcoming Sunshine Festival taking place next weekend.
After challenging the community to show support for Autism Awareness, Brian Batey holds up his end of the bargain by getting a tattoo.
Former Madison Parish Hospital CFO Barbara Tabor plans to fight the indictment laid on her by a Madison Parish Grand Jury.
A Jackson Parish school is closed this week due to a lice outbreak. To avoid this scenario, local school nurses are sharing tips on proper hygiene against lice.
Too much rain is to blame for a large tree crashing on top of two homes.
A vigil was held Thursday morning at Grambling State University to remember Alex Shelton.
Multiple Ruston law enforcement agencies converged on the Louisiana Tech campus to take part in a disaster drill.
Monroe's mayor drops a lawsuit against several city council members.
Annual Ouachita River Big Bass Tournament is approaching. The grand prize is sure to attract hundreds of fishermen.
During National Safe Digging Month, utilities companies remind everyone to dial 811 to stay safe while digging.
The Washington Middle School Archery Team has qualified for nationals, in Louisville, KY.
For many parents, getting kids to eat healthy foods is a life long battle. So how do you win the war with picky eaters? Erika Edwards reports.
Scientists say a world that's 490 light-years away qualifies as the first confirmed Earth-sized exo-planet that could sustain life as we know it — but in an environment like nothing we've ever seen.
From remodeling their kitchen to investing in their family’s business, Louisiana Lottery players had big plans for the more than $12 million in scratch-off prizes claimed in March.
The ULM campus will be closed Friday, April 18, and Monday, April 21 for the Easter Holiday.
The Northeast Louisiana Business and Community Development Center at ULM, seeks to advance entrepreneurship and to support economic and community development in the northeast Louisiana Delta region.
The Louisiana Forgery and Fraud Investigator’s Association will be holding their annual conference from April 29 through May 2 at the Ruston Civic Center.