Young Oklahoma boys hospitalized with severe sunburns after daycare trip to water park where no sunscreen was applied.
The Republican Party of Louisiana, today, announced its official endorsement of Jeff Landry for Louisiana Attorney General.
Broderick Fobbs, the head football coach at Grambling State University, will be recognized at the event as the 2014-15 recipient of the Eddie Robinson Award.
A bill authored by Congressman Ralph Abraham, M.D., R-Alto, giving veterans a boost in their benefits passed theHouse on Monday, July 23.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday upheld the four-game suspension of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady in Deflate-Gate.
Sarasota police launch internal investigation after video surfaces showing officer toss peanuts at handcuffed homeless man, then laugh as he stoops to eat them off the jail floor.
Ouachita Parish Mosquito Abatement District will be conducting aerial spraying for mosquitoes Tuesday, July 28, 2015.
With the start of school just days away, Teach For America corps members are ready to continue making a difference in the lives of hundreds of northeast Louisiana students thanks to a $150,000 grant from the Entergy Charitable Foundation.
Governor Bobby Jindal is back on the campaign trail for President.
Crews comb huge area in search for 14-year-old boys missing since their boat capsized off the Florida coast last week.
Houston parents say their daughter's second degree burns were the result of a nurse microwaving a diaper full of water and applying it to the baby's foot in an attempt to conduct a blood test.
The New York prison seamstress who helped two inmates escape, sparking a three-week manhunt, pleaded guilty Tuesday in a deal that calls for a sentence of up to seven years.
A flaw called "Stagefright" in Google's Android operating system could let hackers take over a phone with a message -- even if the user doesn't open it.
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries agents cited two men for taking alligator eggs without a valid egg collection permit.
Jane Gunn from The Travel Company talks about Sandals "All Inclusive Resorts" in the Caribbean and a current promotion that could earn you hundreds in airline credit!
In this cooking with Newk's Eatery segment, learn about the Triple Take Salad.
The West Monroe-West Ouachita Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the Second Annual "Member2Member Expo" on Tuesday, July 28, 2015 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the West Monroe Convention Center.
Wendy's finally begins testing antibiotic chicken and unsanitary growing conditions is leading to a ban on Mexican cilantro in today's Ag and Energy Report.
The Morehouse Parish School Board is holding a special meeting tonight to discuss rezoning all elementary schools in the district.
KEDM Public Radio will host “Policy and a Pint” at Fat Pelican Restaurant in Monroe tonight at 5 p.m.
A Heat Advisory is in effect until 7:00pm Tuesday.
A 62-year-old man with a gun in each hand fired at four people – including a 1-year-old boy – before a civilian with a concealed carry permit returned fire and wounded the shooter.
Vidalia Police Department celebrated community involvement. The department hosted the gathering in hopes of building a safer community.
The Granny Goins Soup Kitchen is a known staple in Monroe, and is in danger of shutting down. Now, a member of the Monroe City Council wants to use taxpayer money to save the organization.
In a portion of south Monroe, flooding has been a problem for years, but a solution to that problem is in sight.
The governing body of the Boy Scouts of America voted Monday to end its decades-long ban on gay scout leaders.
An estimated 40 percent of teen users of e-cigarettes have never smoked tobacco, a new report finds, adding to the worries that the devices are attracting a whole new group of underage user, not just teens trying to quit regular cigarettes.
A West Monroe houseboat community is facing thousands of dollars in damage from wake caused by speeding boaters. The city has ordinance to protect residents, but no way to enforce it.
A South Arkansas Sheriff's Department is in the process of upgrading its body cameras.
The gunman in the Lafayette shooting, John Houser, had a history of mental illness. He was involuntarily institutionalized and was denied buying a handg in 2006 based off of arson and domestic violence allegations. So how did he legally obtain a weapon?
The Lafayette Police Department has turned over the Grand Theater building back to the company.
The twin cities’ only full marathon is gearing up for this year’s event.
Only one patients remains at the Lafayette General Medical Center following the Grand Theatre shooting.
Funeral services are planned Monday for the two women shot and killed Thursday inside of a Lafayette movie theater.
Chennault Aviation & Military Museum helps "Keep the Spirit of '45 Alive!" with a program at Northeast Louisiana War Veterans Home.
Chefs for a Cause will be held Tuesday, July 28, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Monroe Civic Center.
A group of recent graduates and a current student in the School of Education at the University of Louisiana at Monroe recently published book reviews in various academic journals.
Democratic candidate for Governor John Bel Edwards debut a new online ad over the weekend, using a 'Rube Goldberg Machine'.
The United States Postal Service will hold a meeting to discuss the relocation of the retail services from Monroe, La. Downtown station at 201 Jackson Street.
The City of Monroe is hosting a south Monroe business round table on Wednesday.
A woman is behind bars after she allegedly threatened to shoot somebody inside a theatre in Baton Rouge.
The Apple Watch is going mass-market. Certain Best Buy stores will sell the Apple Watch starting August 7, making it the first national retailer outside of Apple Stores to stock the smartwatch.
Search intensifies for two teens missing off the Florida coast after their boat capsized Friday.
Monroe Mayor Jamie Mayo will hold his final 'Fight the Blight' walking town meeting tonight.
A crowd of several hundred gathered Saturday night to see Detroit’s newest resident: A 9-foot, 2,000-pound statue of a goat-headed occult idol named Baphomet.
The brother of the man who opened fire at a Louisiana movie theater this week, killing two and injuring nine before taking his own life, said Saturday that the family saw signs of mental illness but did not know he was capable of such violence.
Republican Mike Huckabee drew a rebuke from President Obama on Monday for invoking the Holocaust in his criticism of the Iran nuclear deal.
The gunman who opened fire in a Louisiana movie theater should not have been allowed to legally buy the gun he used to kill two people and injure nine because of his mental history, Gov. Bobby Jindal said Sunday.
DOTD has released a few temporary lane closures scheduled for I-20 in Lincoln Parish.
Federal safety regulators said Sunday that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will pay a record $105 million for mishandling 23 recalls.