The Madison Parish Sheriff's Office said a man has been arrested in the apartment fire on Thursday that affected 44 units at a Tallulah apartment complex.
KTVE 10 Sports brings you Friday night's addition of Round Ball Round Up with highlights from all your local boys and girls high school basketball games.
King cake is a Louisiana staple, but one baker in Lafayette is now boasting a unique twist -- boudin king cake!
In Avoyelles Parish, four people including two children are dead after an explosion and fire destroyed their home late Thursday night.
On January 29, 2015, at 5:49 a.m., Louisiana State Police Troop F responded to a crash that occurred on Louisiana Highway 17 just south of the Town of Oak Grove in West Carroll Parish.
The Monroe Fire Department is holding a physical ability test to fill several vacancies within the force.
Griffin Funeral Home will begin partnering with local schools this week to have the students craft Valentine's cards for the veterans.
Now is an excellent time to consider adding roses to your landscape. For many gardeners, particularly those just getting into roses, a rose is a rose.
Parents say taking so many standardized tests stresses out their kids, so they're opting out. But the Ouachita Parish School Superintendent says that hurts the school system.
Louisiana health care providers all gathered in Monroe for the area's first rural trauma training session. University Health Conway hosted the training.
Winter and early spring are when many gardeners prune plants, which is the correct time for most plants in the home landscape.
A Southeast favorite for chicken fingers and wings and one of the nation’s fastest-growing restaurant chains, Zaxby’s is opening its first location in the city of Monroe on Monday, Feb. 2.
Governor Bobby Jindal issued an executive order on Friday in regards to parents who want to opt out of the Common Core tests this spring.
36-year-old, Barry Harmon went missing January 6th when he was suppose to return home from an afternoon hunt just north of Monticello, and never did.
West Monroe Police are looking for a man being investigated for sex crimes involving a juvenile.
Carlos Jones is wanted for one count of obstruction of justice with a bond of $250,000.
With ticket prices hovering around $8,000 per seat, who can afford to attend the game?
"The Blacklist" returns Sunday night, right after the Super Bowl.
As the Super Bowl draws near, health officials are keeping a close eye on a measles outbreak that has now reached Arizona.
Police search for man who set 6-year-old girl's hair on fire as she played outside.
A resident of Virginia faces felony charges in Louisiana for allegedly stealing thousands of dollars in illegally obtained state income tax refunds.
ON MONDAY, Feb. 2, Agriculture Deputy Secretary Krysta Harden will be in New Orleans to discuss opportunities for the next generation of farmers and ranchers, both through new market creation and through a major investment made available by the Farm Bill.
Stand by lights… Cue music! Southern Arkansas University was approved today to offer Arkansas’ most comprehensive Bachelor of Fine Arts in Performing Arts with studies in Musical Theatre and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Performing Arts with studies in Theatre.
Super Bowl Sunday brings friends and family together to root for their favorite teams. While you’re watching the big game, you need great snacks to enjoy! Here are a few recipes to try for your Super Bowl gathering this Sunday.
In an effort to prevent more children from coming into the state foster care system, the Arkansas Department of Human Services Division of Children and Family Services (DCFS) is launching a program in March that teaches the fundamentals of becoming a more nurturing parent.
Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney told close supporters on a conference call on Friday that he will not run again in 2016, saying that he wants to allow other leaders in the GOP to step forward.
Grambling State University has closed out its 2014 United Way Campaign in style by donating over $12,000.
The West Monroe Police Department will be conducting a Sobriety and Occupant Protection checkpoint after the Mardi Gras Parade on February 7, 2015.
ULM alumna Bonnie Baxter (B.A. ’02, M.A.T ’04) was honored as the 2015 World Language Teacher of the Year by the Louisiana Foreign Language Teachers’ Association (LFLTA).
A globe representing key events in black history was the people’s choice as winner of an art contest where the pieces were made entirely of recyclable materials.
The Youth Advisory Council aids in the development of District 16 Legislative Package.
Saints' quarterback Drew Brees paired up with Pro-Bowl wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. to set a Guinness World Record for the most one-handed catches in one minute.
The Madison Parish Correctional Center is the second biggest in the entire state. But the biggest challenge they face isn't holding the women inside, but keeping them out once they're released.
The number of flu deaths in Arkansas now totals 31
Jindal's super PAC seeks support, Vitter on the attack, and a poll prediction in the Louisiana Governor's race.
No injuries were reported in a I-20 car fire in West Monroe.
Monroe Police Department unveiled a new, completely re-hauled website on Thursday. Police officials say they're confident it will make communicating with law enforcement more efficient.
Choice schools around the state are being toured by the Louisiana Association of Public Charter Schools.
Comcast is notorious for poor customer service, but this latest blunder might be a new low.
A South Arkansas school is hoping a millage increase vote goes in their favor next month. If approved, the money would go towards a new gym and special programs building.
Don't miss out on all of the events happening this weekend in the ArkLaMiss.
Dr. Cynthia Warrick says she won't seek the permanent position as President at Grambling State University.
This Saturday Bleu Bayou Harley will be hosting their annual Harley Owners Group Blood Drive at the dealership.
Former NFL players discuss their exercise and lifestyle secrets.
Since Saturday at least 20 different U.S. passenger planes have been targeted by bomb threats on Twitter, and federal authorities say even more threats were delivered via social media during that same period but were not publicized.
Search crews have found the body of the person that reportedly jumped off the Endom Bridge on Wednesday.
After years of political wrangling, the Republican controlled Senate on Thursday passed its first priority of the new Congress: the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Southern Arkansas University’s record enrollment trend has continued this spring with a 6.7% overall enrollment increase, and an epic 33% bump in graduate student enrollment compared to Spring 2014.
The number of new Ebola cases reported in the three worst-hit countries fell to its lowest level since late June, the World Health Organization said Thursday.
E-cigarettes represent a rising public-health risk that threaten to unravel progress made on tobacco by "re-normalizing smoking behavior" and luring a new generation into nicotine addiction, California health officials said Wednesday.