A Colorado church already working to revitalize Lake Providence has introduced a brand-new project in the town.
It has been a busy week in Washington for lawmakers.
Louisiana Delta Community College leaders say by 2016, a teaching degree from them could be a thing of the past.
It’s time to plant tomato transplants into the garden, especially in south Louisiana.
There's good news for those of you who wake up to a bowl of cereal every morning, especially if your go-to choice is high in fiber.
Our spring- and summer-flowering trees and shrubs are growing and preparing for another great bloom season. One of favorite landscape plants for late spring and summer is the popular and loved crape myrtle.
Several educators across the state, from LSU to ULM, decided to send a message to lawmakers, asking them to support higher education.
Will Ferrell plays a white-collar criminal headed to prison in "Get Hard", hitting theaters this weekend. Raphael Seth has more.
DeltaStyle Magazine joined us for 'Fashion Friday' on 'Louisiana Living'.
The highest court in Italy on Friday has overturned the murder convictions of Amanda Knox and her ex-boyfriend in the sensational 2007 stabbing death of her British roommate.
Registration is now open for the University of Louisiana at Monroe’s 2015 President’s Academy—a five-day residential college preparatory program specifically designed for high-ability, high school students.
Monroe Police Detectives are looking for a runaway juvenile, Marcella Tippitt, who was reported as a runaway juvenile on 3-23-15.
Two women have been arrested this week on Medicaid fraud charges after illegally billing the Louisiana Medicaid Program for health-care services that were not performed.
Sgt. Albert Edmiston was conducting patrol saturations in the downtown Monroe Business District area when he observed a subject riding a bike in the 300 block of North 3rd street.
Families Helping Families of Northeast Louisiana hosted their Special Education Spring Conference, in Monroe Friday.
PAWS of Northeast Louisiana will be sponsoring its monthly offsite adoption opportunity for available pets from the Ouachita Parish Animal Shelter next weekend.
After all the winter weather we received a few weeks ago, the arrival of spring is a relief, but with spring brings allergy season.
Ouachita Sheriff’s Investigators are attempting to locate Jeremy Adams of West Monroe.
Three spacefliers lifted off in a Russian Soyuz capsule on Friday, heading to the International Space Station for an orbital stay that will set two records.
A woman was arrested for human trafficking after an ongoing investigation revealed her alleged involvement with employing a 16-year-old runaway at an illegal strip club.
The first person to receive a monthly Social Security retirement benefit, Ida May Fuller of Ludlow, Vermont, earned quite a return on her tax dollars.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) and the Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office (APSO) are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a Rayne man.
LifeShare’s Donor Bus will be parked in Basic Your Best Buy’s parking lot (next to Home Depot in Monroe) tomorrow, March 28.
Louisiana set a record in February for the number of people in the labor force who are employed, according to seasonally adjusted data released today by the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Labor force data show Arkansas’ seasonally adjusted unemployment rate declined one-tenth of a percentage point, from 5.6 percent in January to 5.5 percent in February.
The Ruston Police Department responded to Highway 818 North of West Barnett Springs Avenue for a reported traffic crash involving a train and an 18-wheeler.
Louisiana Tech University is among more than 120 U.S. universities who are leading a transformative movement in engineering education that was announced recently at the White House.
Forestry enforcement investigators with the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry (LDAF) arrested 43 year old Stephen Ray Foust of Walker, La. on March 25, 2015 for one count of theft over $25,000.
A former nurse's aide will not face murder charges for allegedly cutting and removing an unborn baby from the mother's womb, Boulder County, Colorado, prosecutor Stanley Garnett said Thursday.
Republicans muscled a balanced-budget plan through the Senate early Friday, positioning Congress for months of battling President Barack Obama over the GOP's goals of slicing spending and dismantling his health care law.
Pope Francis will visit the White House in September during his trip to the United States, the Obama administration announced Thursday.
President Barack Obama's Homeland Security Chief arrives in New Orleans Friday morning, one week after an attack at Armstrong International Airport.
Each year a few ideas get proposed at the state Capitol that have people shaking their heads.
Louisiana Tech University has selected Dr. Gary A. Kennedy, professor and head of the agricultural sciences department, as the new dean of the College of Applied and Natural Sciences.
Oxford University Press has released “Broadway Song: A Guide Singer’s Guide,” written by Dr. Mark Ross Clark, associate professor of music at the University of Louisiana at Monroe.
The Louisiana Lottery is calling all New Orleans Saints fans to mail in any remaining nonwinning $5 SAINTS scratch-off tickets for its final second-chance drawing to win a 2015 Saints Prize Package, including season tickets.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid won't run for re-election in 2016, ending a lengthy congressional career that culminated in ten years of leadership of the Democratic Party in the Senate.
The USDA makes a move to curb childhood obesity and there's proof diet soda is losing favor with Americans in today's AG and Energy report.
It's a Easter Egg Hunt like you've never seen before. A helicopter will be dropping thousands of candy-filled eggs in West Monroe and Sterlington.
Spring is the inspiration for artists everywhere, and here in downtown Monroe and West Monroe is no exception. After weeks of dreary, cold weather, our downtown cultural area is ready to bloom-with art!
The Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Office is proud to announce that Captain Jay Ellerman, a 26 year law enforcement veteran, has graduated from the 259th session of the FBI’s National Academy Program in Quantico, VA.
There's a lot to enjoy this weekend of March 27, 2015 in the twin cities.
Monroe Police were sent to the area of Thomas Street and Jackson Thursday in reference to a crash involving two vehicles.
Domino’s Pizza said it is no longer delivering to the Lower Ninth Ward at night after the killing of one its drivers earlier this week.
Voters in west Ouachita Parish will be asked to renew an existing sale tax for the school district this Saturday.
The first HIV clinic in a rural, midwestern community grappling with an abrupt HIV epidemic is set to open on Tuesday in Austin, Indiana — the outbreak's apparent epicenter.
Governor Bobby Jindal says he’ll decide after the legislative session if he’ll make a 2016 White House run.
Golden shovels met the ground on Thursday at the site of a new housing development in West Monroe.
As banks seek to reduce fraud, one credit card maker has a prototype with a constantly-changing code on the back.
The Union County chapter of the American Red Cross is looking for more volunteers.