A phone repair at a Verizon Wireless store in Bastrop ends in arrest for extortion.
A Baton Rouge judge is ruling against the Jindal administration in the fight over Common Core standards in the state.
Governor Bobby Jindal’s Chief of Staff Kyle Plotkin issued the following statement today on the Common Core court ruling.
A Farmerville couple charged in a domestic abuse case early Monday morning will have a bond hearing Wednesday.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry arrived at an Austin courthouse Tuesday afternoon, to the applause of dozens of supporters, to be booked on felony abuse of power charges after he was indicted Friday over his threat to veto funding to public corruption prosecutors.
Owners of a West Monroe auto body shop say they hope this lawsuit will bring a much needed change to the insurance industry practices.
Monroe Police recruiters say they're trying something new with the department's image when looking to hire future officers.
A canine rescue is relocating dogs out of a South Arkansas pound, after allegations of neglect.
Registered Dietitian Andy Holyfield visited Louisiana Living to talk about her latest book 'Eat To Lose'.
While the nation is watching and hearing the angry protests in support of black shooting victim Michael Brown, a different kind of support is being voiced for the white police officer who fatally shot the unarmed teenager.
Low-income consumers struggling to pay their Obamacare premiums may soon be able to get help from their local hospital or United Way.
The insatiable demand for ivory is causing a dramatic decline in the number of African elephants. Poachers are hunting the animal faster than it can reproduce
A group of novice and would-be beekeepers suited up in protective gear to check hive boxes at Richard Hebert’s bee yard here.
A new law is telling any constable or justice of the peace in Louisiana over 70-years-old, they are now too old for reelection.
Faculty from the University of Louisiana at Monroe will team with KEDM Public Radio 90.3 and Karma to present “Policy and a Pint,” at 5 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 19, at Karma, on the corner of North 18th Street and Tower Drive in Monroe.
As New Orleans Saints fans ask themselves whether this could be their year, the Louisiana Lottery is playing right along, launching its sixth $5 Saints-branded scratch-off game today.
St. Louis police shot and killed a young African-American man Tuesday after authorities say he brandished a knife.
Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell today filed a lawsuit against State Farm Insurance alleging the nationwide insurer has engaged in a pattern of unfair and fraudulent business practices.
Israel launched airstrikes on the Gaza Strip after three fired from the enclave shattered a temporary truce on Tuesday.
The Town & Country Water System issued a boil order after an interruption in the water supply.
Governor Bobby Jindal and Graphic Packaging International Inc. announced a $41.5 million investment in the company’s paper mill in West Monroe to upgrade production machinery.
Terrance Stewart, also known as DJ Bay Bay, has turned himself in for an incident that happened at the Horseshoe Casino over the weekend.
The family of a Mississippi man says he was brutally attacked by a relative for allowing his mixed race grandchildren to stay at his home over the weekend.
The voice of “Saturday Night Live” for 38 of its seasons, along with many other NBC shows, died Monday.
The 32-year-old son of actor and kung fu star Jackie Chan has been arrested in Beijing on drugs charges, as authorities clamp down on celebrity offenders.
A federal grand jury has indicted four officials at a Northern California slaughterhouse at the center of a massive beef recall, alleging they slaughtered cows with cancer while inspectors were on their lunch breaks and distributed the diseased cattle
The Highway Patrol captain in charge of security in Ferguson, Missouri, expressed hope Tuesday that peaceful protesters would stay home and allow authorities to deal with “those who have been ruining our community.”
Mayor Jamie Mayo and the Monroe City Council are pleased to join OuachitaGreen to announce the 9thAnnual Ouachita Water Sweep.
The number of deaths from the Ebola outbreak in West Africa has climbed to 1,229, the World Health Organization said Tuesday, but it cited "encouraging signs" from Nigeria and Guinea that positive action can rein in the deadly disease.
Louisiana U.S. Senator, Mary Landrieu visits KTVE studios to talk about qualifying for the November 4th elections and representing the people of Louisiana in Washington.
The West Monroe-West Ouachita Chamber of Commerce will host a Congressional Candidates’ Forum and Luncheon on Tuesday, September 2.
The annual Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Office D.A.R.E. Youth Fishing Tournament will be held Saturday, September 13, 2014.
Jane Gunn from the Travel Company join us in the studio to talk about foliage tours for the fall.
Students within the American Pharmacists Association’s-Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) at the University of Louisiana at Monroe are taking steps to educate the public on the importance of immunizations during National Immunization Awareness Month, which runs through the end of August.
Terry Blakeney from Newk's Eatery join us in the kitchen to make a fresh Greek Salad with Grilled Chicken.
Best-selling author James Bradley will be the presenter for the 10th annual Farmers Bank and Trust Distinguished Speaker Series on September 23 at Southern Arkansas University.
Dozens of students and parents gathered at Bastrop High School Monday night on the eve before the new school year for the Morehouse Parish School District's "Back to School Bash."
Concerns over the city's budget are mounting in Winnsboro. At issue is the mayor's salary and a proposed pay hike.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries will conduct an aerial herbicide application on Spring Bayou in Avoyelles Parish beginning Wednesday, August 20 to control aquatic vegetation.
Louisiana Job Connection a new website that matches users with the best job or candidate based on specific skills.
New jobs are coming to South Arkansas. Officials are saying that will help the unemployment rate.
An El Dorado teen was arrested for breaking into the same house twice.
Today Lt. Governor Jay Dardenne and Gary Joiner accepted a $37,500 check from Sonia Perez, AT&T Louisiana president, toward the creation and promotion of the Battle of New Orleans K – 12 curriculum.
Louisiana set all-time employment records in July in the areas of construction, professional and business services, education and health services, and leisure and hospitality, according to seasonally adjusted employment data released today by the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Division agents cited two Louisiana men and a juvenile male for alleged fishing violations on Aug. 15 in Bossier Parish.
Community Health Systems, which operates 206 hospitals across the United States, including Northern Louisiana Medical Center in Ruston and Medical Center of South Arkansas in El Dorado, announced on Monday that hackers recently broke into its computers and stole data on 4.5 million patients.
A Los Angeles, California man was arrested in New Orleans on Friday for selling fraudulent Workers Compensation and Employers Liability insurance policies throughout the state of Louisiana, announced Attorney General Buddy Caldwell.
Getting the silent treatment from your kids? A new app lets you lock their phone until they respond. The “Ignore No More” app was created by Sharon Standifird, a Houston mom who describes herself as a school teacher turned entrepreneur.
Microsoft is thinking about changing the name of Internet Explorer. In an "Ask Me Anything" chat on Reddit last week, engineers from Microsoft's Internet Explorer team fielded questions about the world's most infamous Web browser.
It’s been said that you can’t fight Mother Nature. And no one can quite figure her out, either. But for close to 300 years, varying incarnations of the annual farmer’s almanac have tried to do just that, and then some.