Train carrying toxic gas derails near Maryville, Tennesee, forcing thousands from their homes.
Strauss Theatre Center and Monroe Symphony Orchestra present Rodgers and Hammerstein's South Pacific in Concert, July 10-12, 2015 at Brown Theatre on the ULM Campus.
The Franklin Parish Sheriff’s office will work in cooperation with the City of Winnsboro to provide free swimming lessons starting Monday.
AT&T has made a $50,000 contribution to the Grambling University Foundation Inc., for scholarships in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to be awarded to 23 students for one year.
Since 1776, Americans have celebrated Independence Day with festivities ranging from barbecues and parades to concerts and fireworks.
The United States has asked Switzerland to extradite seven officials arrested in a corruption probe that has rocked soccer's world governing body, FIFA.
A former CNN reporter was wounded three times Tuesday night during a deadly shootout with a man who allegedly tried to rob him and his wife in a New Mexico motel room.
The Louisiana Field Office (LFO) of the Corps of Engineers Vicksburg District will open the Riverton Recreation area beach for the Fourth of July weekend.
The weather is warming up in America and so is the economy.
The Miss USA pageant, left without a TV home following blowback against co-owner Donald Trump over his comments on Mexican immigrants, has been rescued by the Reelz channel.
To measure the impact of Arkansas’ education and workforce training programs, it is essential to have high-quality data that track the outcomes of these programs over time.
The all clear has been given at the Washington Navy Yard.
Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell announced an $18.7 billion settlement between several Gulf states and BP.
An 18-Wheeler truck has been struck by a train in Mer Rouge. Authorities are on the scene now.
A group of local kids nearly killed a puppy by trying to drown it in a puddle.
Last week's boil order issued by Charmigdale Water System has been lifted.
One Monroe resident who's new in town gets a surprising welcome gift in this week's Pay it Forward.
Union Parish sheriff’s detectives are still seeking information on an aggravated burglary where the homeowner surprised two masked intruders who attacked him.
Many wonder if recent wave of fires at African American churches are racially motivated.
The West Monroe-West Ouachita Chamber of Commerce will host its Second Annual "Member2Member" Expo on Tuesday, July 28, presented by Glenwood Regional Medical Center.
Houston just took a giant leap into the future of aerospace.
The Duck Commander Warehouse will be hosting an all-day event July 3rd!
Southern Arkansas University welcomed its 12’Th president at a tree-planting ceremony today.
Decorate your bikes, wagons, scooters, etc. and ride in honor of Braylon!
Smokers are now paying more for a pack of cigarettes in Louisiana.
Best Buy has a lot of gadgets that can make your vacationing even more enjoyable.
Attorney General Buddy Caldwell announced today that two caregivers have been arrested for Medicaid fraud after illegally billing the Louisiana Medicaid Program for health-care services that were not performed.
The kudzu bug, an invasive pest from Asia, continues its trek into Louisiana.
Rice Farmers in Louisiana have a lot to look forward to now that relations are opening up between the United States and Cuba. Farmers say along with their personal accounts increasing, the states' will as well.
SuccessfulStudent.org—a resource for students looking to find unique degree programs and career options—ranked the University of Louisiana at Monroe as one of the “15 Best Drone Training Colleges in America.”
In continued efforts to provide the best possible support to jobless workers, the Arkansas Department of Workforce Services will be enhancing Arkansas’ reemployment services for select Unemployment Insurance claimants.
The debate over the Confederate flag is now affecting Hollywood’s good ‘ol boys. TV Land on Tuesday confirmed to multiple media outlets including ABC and FOX News, that it is pulling The Dukes of Hazzard reruns from its TV lineup.
As family and friends celebrate this Fourth of July, the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) reminds parents and caregivers to use extra caution with fireworks, especially around children.
Due to inclement weather on Tuesday, June 30, Ouachita Parish Mosquito Abatement District cancelled aerial spraying and has rescheduled it for tonight, July 1, 2015.
Retired General Russel Honoré says he won't be running for Louisiana Governor in 2015.
When you wake up Wednesday, several new laws will be in effect in Mississippi: texting and driving will be illegal and carrying a handgun in your handbag will be legal.
Road hazard reports are common but when Natchitoches Parish Sheriff's Deputies responded to a report along Interstate 49 Tuesday evening, they were surprised at what they found.
A trooper with Louisiana State Police Troop E was involved in a shooting Tuesday during a traffic stop.
A New Orleans woman faces multiple felonies for a tax fraud scheme that involved filing phony tax returns in the names of other taxpayers, including two prison inmates.
Republican Presidential contender Mike Huckabee opened his new Iowa headquarters on Tuesday.
Some people refer to "Whole Foods" as "Whole Paycheck" for its up-market prices, but a new overcharging investigation of the chain has made the joke all too real. Experts say it's up to consumers to protect themselves.
Motorists throughout the state will notice a heightened law enforcement presence over the long July 4th holiday.
An Arkansas teen is recovering after pulling a centipede from his ear.
Attorney General Buddy Caldwell announced today that two men have been arrested in separate incidents for crimes that victimized children.
Macy's is the latest to cut ties with Trump following his controversial comments about Mexico and Mexicans during his announcement that he was running for president.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is in Iowa for town hall meetings as part of his Presidential campaign.
Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge today announced the arrest of Tabitha Woods of Dermott by the Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit on one charge of Medicaid Fraud, a Class B felony.
The impossible-to-crack defense almost gave one up Tuesday night.
The Cleburne County Quorum Court approves its county clerk's resignation after she said she could not issue same sex marriage licenses because of personal beliefs.
U.S. Senator David Vitter (R-La.) today announced staff satellite office hours for residents of Madison and Tensas Parishes next Wednesday, July 8th.