The body of missing Arkansas real estate agent Beverly Carter has been discovered in a shallow grave, investigators said early Tuesday. Carter, 49, went missing Thursday from a home she was showing near Little Rock.
More than a dozen residents and town aldermen packed into one room for an emergency meeting in St. Joseph Monday night.
A 64-year-old man attempted to hide crack-cocaine from a Houma police officer by hiding the drug in his dentures, police said.
On Monday evening, a vehicle crashed into the wall of a restaurant in Calhoun.
The City of Monroe and Community Trust Bank will present the Downtown RiverMarket’s 3rd Fall season starting this Saturday, October 4th.
A record number of Louisiana Tech University students and potential employers looked toward each other’s futures last Thursday as the Counseling and Career Services Center hosted its annual fall Career Day in the Student Center on the Louisiana Tech campus.
KTVE/KARD is, once again, hosting “Sounds of the Season”, a taped television event to be broadcast during the Christmas season.
Customers of Entergy Louisiana can look forward to a refund on their power bills as the result of a victory by the Louisiana Public Service Commission in its long-running fight to equalize the costs of generation on the Entergy System.
The Camden Police Department is investigating a murder from Sunday night, that left 23-year-old Kiera Ward dead.
Authorities in El Dorado need your help finding a suspect accused of hitting a police officer with a car.
The Family Justice Center and The Wellspring are holding an event at the Downtown RiverMarket Thursday, October 2 from 10 a.m - 11 a.m.
A group of children in Colorado is showing polio-like symptoms, and doctors wonder if it may be linked to a nationwide enterovirus outbreak.
The MTS general manager says they are in the process of adding extra security features to the bus yard.
A man authorities had been looking for since Sunday afternoon in the disappearance of a Pulaski County realtor has been arrested.
The Counseling Department at the University of Louisiana at Monroe will host “Out of the Darkness: A Community Walk to Prevent Suicide,” at 9 a.m., on Saturday, Oct., 4, at ULM’s Bayou Park, next to Starbucks.
The Downtown Monroe Alliance and Kevin D. Alexander present “Downtown River Jam” on Thursday October 2, 2014 from 5 pm to 9 pm at Henry Bry Park across from Restaurant Cotton.
Time to enjoy the festive atmosphere of the Downtown Gallery Crawl in the cultural districts of Monroe and West Monroe.
Robots developed at Fort Hays State University are set to help autistic students at a Kansas school.
A Many man pleaded guilty on Sept. 26 to possessing a shotgun and ammunition after being convicted of multiple felonies, U.S. Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced.
District staff for U.S. Rep. Vance McAllister (R-Swartz) will hold satellite office hours in October to assist residents of the 5th Congressional District with casework matters.
Discover the Dinosaurs, a hands on exhibit including up to 60 animatronic and museum quality dinosaur replicas is coming to the Monroe Civic Center October 4 & 5.
In support of Louisiana’s “Move Over” law, Louisiana State Police Superintendent Colonel Mike Edmonson alongside Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development Secretary Sherri H. LeBas announced the installation of several dozen Move Over for Emergency Vehicle signs across the state.
William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” will be Southern Arkansas University’s first play of the season, running October 9-12, 2014, and will feature professionally-choreographed sword fighting and beautiful costumes, scenery, and lighting effects.
Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. said it would recall about 690,00 Tacoma 4X4 and Tacoma pre-runner pickup trucks to fix issues with the vehicles' rear suspension system.
The Monroe Police Department is hosting a community meeting tonight.
Chief Bronson Moss Administrative Assistant to the Fire Chief joins us to talk about Monroe Fire Department's 7th annual fire prevention run/walk.
Ouachita Sheriff’s Investigators are investigating a business burglary on Old Sterlington Road in east Ouachita Parish that occurred on September 24, 2014.
Renee' M. Tull, Hospitality Manager, joins us to talk about this year's Louisiana State Fair.
Bill Baker joins us to talk about the Monroe City Golf Championship.
The deadline to register to vote to take part in the November 4 elections in Louisiana is October 6.
The Mississippi State Department of Health confirms three new human cases of West Nile virus, bringing the state total to 40 cases and five deaths so far in 2014.
The United States may be touting its strikes on ISIS targets in Syria, but one of the terror group's fighters says the hits are trivial at best.
Former President Bill Clinton will be in Arkansas next week to hold campaign rallies for Democrats.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved ILUVIEN for the treatment of diabetic macular edema (DME) in patients who have been previously treated with a course of corticosteroids and did not have a clinically significant rise in intraocular pressure.
The man suspected of beheading a woman and stabbing another woman at his Oklahoma workplace had recently been fired, Moore police Sgt. Jeremy Lewis said Friday, citing investigators' interviews with people.
Atmos Energy is urging its customers to prepare today for what could be another bone-chilling winter.
There were no signs of trauma, no clues of any violence or foul play. So investigators are trying to determine how five family members died in a Utah home over the weekend.
Arkansas and Mississippi are listed in the bottom five of least happiest states in the country.
Isn't everyday national coffee day? Well, yes. But today is "National Coffee Day."
This is the first case of the virus to reach north Louisiana.
Louisiana State Police say Mark Dent of Monroe was killed in crash on LA 139.
Military mothers, who have lost children serving the country, are recognized on National Gold Star Mother's Day.
Police believe the two shootings happened within an hour of each other.
Former Alaska Governor and Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin made a fundraising stop in Southeast Louisiana on Saturday.
As Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu defends her U.S. Senate seat in Louisiana, a new CNN/ORC International poll indicates the third-term incumbent carries a slim advantage over her closest GOP rival in the general election this November.
Investigators in St. Charles Parish are looking into allegations of misconduct between two teachers and a student.
Day three of the search for realtor Beverly Carter has begun.
Runners, walkers and supporters show their enthusiasm for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
Bergeron's Restaurant off Lobdell Highway in Port Allen is known for it's cajun cooking, but recently they've been getting a lot of attention for something that doesn't have anything to do with their food.
A Texas college is mourning the deaths of four students after a semi-truck slammed into a bus carrying the school’s female softball team as it headed home from a game Friday night in Oklahoma.