Back to school shopping can be a daunting task -- especially for families who need the extra help.
The city of Monroe officially opened 12 new horseshoe pits at Chennault Park on Wednesday.
The police department has seen three resignations in the last month, leaving a hole behind that needs filling.
A man accused in a six-year-old homicide in Lake Charles is now in FBI custody.
Troubles continue to mount for a Shreveport pastor who in February was convicted on sex crimes in U.S. District court in February.
An airstrike hits an open air market. An explosion rocks a school-turned-shelter. A booby-trapped tunnel explodes.
Now that Utah hunters have the go-ahead to shoot crows later this year, will they also eat the birds as the rules require?
The only abortion clinic in Mississippi can remain open after a federal appeal.
The Mini Cooper Countryman was only one of a dozen small cars to get a "Good" rating in the latest round of "small overlap front crash" tests from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
House Republicans on Wednesday voted to authorize a lawsuit against President Barack Obama for his use of executive actions as both parties attempt to utilize the suit to motivate voters ahead of the midterm elections.
A restaurant in California is saying absolutely no when it comes to noisy children, but the move is sparking plenty of debate.
New proposed EPA water rules are causing concern for the agriculture community. Farmers could face increased regulation on their water.
The timeless classic 'Les Miserable' will be performed this weekend at ULM's Brown Theater.
U.S. Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) today announced that the Ruston Fire Department will receive $24,304 through a federal grant to improve their capability to respond to fires and emergencies.
The Griffin Funeral Home is hosting a benefit for Frank Ellis. Ellis is a local man that has suffered many strokes and now is in need of community support.
Sacramento Kings player Omri Casspi visited Israeli soldiers ... and brought basketballs.
The LA 183 westbound off ramp (Exit 145) and LA 183 westbound on ramp to I-20 will be closed on Saturday, August 9, 2014 and will remain closed through Tuesday, August 12, 2014.
Residents will have a chance to donate blood at this year's Mash Bash Blood Drive.
Hyundai has two separate recalls involving hundreds of thousands of Sonatas.
Distracted driving has become a major factor in the cause of automobile crashes on our nation's highways.
If you are looking for a job in the energy industry, you may be in luck.
Orlando Bloom threw a punch at Justin Bieber early Wednesday morning in Ibiza
Sometimes, it’s hard to say “no” when a salesman knocks on your door or when a telemarketer calls during dinner. And sometimes, aggressive solicitors won’t take no for an answer.
The LSU AgCenter will host a dedication ceremony for its new Animal and Food Sciences Laboratories Building at 12:30 p.m. on Aug. 6.
The Morehouse Parish Sheriff's Office reports they need help from the community in the search for a missing juvenile.
Aug. 14 at El Dorado High School
A Farmerville man has been accused by an elderly couple of taking money from them to feed his narcotics problem.
If you're wary of chicken and beef products after a major meat supply scandal in Asia, the McDonald's in Japan could have an alternative for you
An Israeli airstrike hit a crowded Gaza shopping area on Wednesday, killing at least 16 people and wounding more than 150
Patrick Sawyer had one stop to make before heading home to Minnesota to celebrate his daughters' birthdays: a conference in Lagos, Nigeria.
Paramount Pictures film studio apologized on Wednesday for a poster for its upcoming film "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles"
New data released Wednesday show the U.S. economy bounced back in the spring, growing at a 4% annual pace in the second quarter.
President Barack Obama on Wednesday continued to slam Republicans for moving to sue him over his use of executive actions.
Members of the University of Louisiana at Monroe’s St. Jude fundraising organization, “Up ‘til Dawn” (UTD), have spent the bulk of their summer raising funds for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Louisiana Delta Field of Dreams is an family friendly event in Lake Providence featuring members of Duck Dynasty.
CenturyLink, Inc. (NYSE: CTL) today announced that it has signed a multi-megawatt data center deal with CoinTerra, Inc. to host CoinTerra’s rapidly growing Bitcoin-mining operations in CenturyLink data centers.
The State and Public School Life and Health Insurance Board approved 2015 premium and benefit rates Tuesday for more than 42,000 public school employees.
Skin cancer is on the rise, according to the American Cancer Society, with more cases diagnosed annually than breast, prostate, lung and colon cancer cases combined.
Agents with the Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control recently conducted compliance checks at 173 businesses in the Monroe and West Monroe areas.
There's a push to educate the public on the importance of identification for pets, preventing local shelters from filling up even more.
The Caddo-Shreveport Narcotics Unit made several drug busts across Caddo Parish on July 24-25.
In the past three weeks, three similar crimes happened in the Crescent City - all with one common thread: social media.
BESE joins the lawsuit against Gov. Bobby Jindal allowing the court to decide who has the right to chose the end-of-the-year testing.
A South Arkansas pastor is speaking out after his church was hit by vandals. His church was among those vandalized this past weekend.
An El Dorado man is left wounded after a shooting this morning.
An El Dorado man pled guilty to a battery charge.
I-20 in Madison Parish will experience lane closures from Tuesday, August 5, 2014, to Friday, August 29, 2014.
The Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education voted today to join a lawsuit against Governor Bobby Jindal over Common Core standards.
Acting Surgeon General Boris Lushniak has issued a "call to action" to prevent skin cancer.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) announced today that Joseph “Joey” Broussard, a native of Pointe Coupee Parish, has been promoted and will serve as the Enforcement Division’s new colonel.