A picture taken by the home owner's security camera is the main lead in the case.
Fussy toddlers tend to watch more television and videos than kids who are less irritable, according to a new study in the Journal Pediatrics.
It's Fashion Week at the Downtown RiverMarket in Monroe.
'Our Great God' is the theme of this year's Easter services.
There are fewer than 50 tickets left to be sold for the St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway!
Jackson Parish Schools Superintendent Wayne Alford says the school will be disinfected Thursday.
1300 registered voters were asked - 'Will the recent extramarital problems of Congressman McAllister keep you from voting to re-elect him this November?
Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu is facing criticism after she reenacted a Senate hearing for a campaign ad -- while also fixing a flub from her original remarks.
Interim Mayor Michael Beckwith, less than a week into his term, said he won't run in the election, but he will do his best with his time in office.
Rep. Vance McAlilster's chief of staff says Leah Gordon submitted her resignation earlier this week.
A local vineyard worked overnight to protect its wine product from the cold temperatures.
A man who allegedly gunned down an East Texas teenager has been taken into custody by U.S. Marshals in Tallulah.
With about 20 months to go before the Iowa precinct caucuses, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul lead the pack for the Republican presidential nomination.
Teal ribbons decorate downtown Monroe in April to signify Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
A Morehouse Parish woman was arrested Monday night and she now faces multiple drug charges.
The Louisiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence presented Lt. Governor Jay Dardenne with a Lifetime Achievement Award at a reception honoring legislative champions.
U.S. Senate candidate Tom Cotton announced today that his campaign has raised $1,357,263 during the first quarter fundraising period from January 1st through March 31st.
Some Arkansas consumers have received mailers from a for-profit entity claiming that the entity can help consolidate or defer student loan debt -- services offered at a cost of hundreds of dollars are often available for free.
Estimated $150,000 stolen from Louisiana Medicaid Program
Their mission will be trash clean-ups, water quality monitoring, biological monitoring or local species and studies on imperiled and endangered species
An Arkansas man digs up a 6.19 carat diamond yesterday at Arkansas's Crater of Diamonds State Park.
Students and advisers from the University of Louisiana at Monroe’s agribusiness program recently attended the annual conference of the Delta Tau Alpha (DTA) National Honor Society on the campus of Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville, Tenn.
Crimestoppers of Ouachita need the public’s help in locating three fugitives wanted for Felony offenses in Ouachita Parish.
An Oklahoma girl has sold a 3.85-carat diamond she unearthed at an Arkansas park for $20,000.
A vigil will be held Thursday morning at Grambling State University to remember Alex Shelton.
Many of us relish the opportunity for an afternoon nap, but can those catnaps be hazardous to your health? We have the details of a new study that may have you looking more carefully at that mid-day snooze.
The Easter Bunny is coming early to University Health Conway!
The American Civil Liberties Union of Arkansas and the Arkansas Public Law Center filed a lawsuit in state court today on behalf of four plaintiffs seeking to overturn the state's voter I.D. law as violating the state constitution.
A Port Sulphur man pleaded guilty on April 15 to his sixth offense of taking oysters in a polluted area and felony public intimidation of a LDWF Agent.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe chapter of Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society recently initiated a new class of members into its ranks.
Americans are consuming less soda. Soda consumption has been declining over the past few years and is at the lowest it’s been since the mid-1990s.
The Louisiana House has overwhelmingly rejected a repeal of the state's unconstitutional anti-sodomy law.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe has been ranked by BusinessInsider.com as Louisiana’s “most underrated” college.
A new addition to the University of Louisiana at Lafayette's traditional music program will make its debut Thursday, April 17, at Burke-Hawthorne Theater.
Just days before the fourth anniversary of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster and oil spill, the Coast Guard has moved cleanup of Louisiana's coast to a new phase, allowing BP to end its "active" efforts in the area.
An Easter Bonnet Contest was held at the Ouachita Council on Aging
Cadets of NOMMA will participate in a clean up day at their new home aboard Federal City.
If you aren't aware of the possible consequences of distracted driving, you will probably be better informed as a result of an intensive outreach campaign.
The Gramblinite wins in seven categories of The Society of Professional Journalists Region 12 college newspaper contest.
Monroe Police responded to a reported Armed Robbery that occurred in the 1400 Blk of Pecan St.
The U.S. Coast Guard says it rescued three crew members aboard a towing vessel taking on water and reportedly grounded in Lake Pontchartrain.
Senator David Vitter joined Heather Parker and Judy Wagoner on set to talk about infrastructure, the future and his campaign for Governor.
A Democratic candidate for governor says she's being pushed to the side by her party.
Monroe city offices will be closed for Good Friday.
If you aren't aware of the possible consequences of distracted driving––especially texting while behind the wheel––you will probably be better informed as a result of an intensive outreach campaign in April sponsored by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and supported by the Louisiana Highway Safety Commission.
How young is too young for kids to have cell phones? It's a question parents have been debating for more than a decade.
It’s time once again for the annual Run for the Wall event.
Three finalists have been selected for the Administrative Professional of the Year Award, which will be presented by the El Dorado Chamber of Commerce at the upcoming Administrative Professionals Appreciation Luncheon on April 23 at the El Dorado Conference Center.
Grambling State University’s campus newspaper, The Gramblinite, received seven first place awards, including first place for Best All-Around Non-Daily Student Newspaper.
A woman from Haughton and a male friend from Bossier City were arrested Monday night for conspiring to murder her husband this past weekend, according to Bossier Parish Sheriff Julian Whittington.