A flood of 467 volunteers have registered for Magnolia’s Big Splash Saturday, which has been planned for months and now is only a day away.
Mayor Jamie Mayo and the Monroe City Council are pleased to announce employees from each city department have collected canned good to donate to the Food Bank of Northeast Louisiana, located at 4600 Central Avenue.
A former West Monroe priest is accused child molestation.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe will host its annual United Way Campus Campaign Kickoff event from 12:30-1:30 p.m., on Tuesday, Oct. 28, in The Quad, located behind the Student Center. Guest speakers include representatives from the United Way, recipients of United Way programs, and employees with the university.
A doctor who recently returned from Guinea has tested positive for Ebola -- the first case of the deadly virus in New York City and the fourth diagnosed in the United States.
State Senator Mike Walsworth had his head shaved this morning on KTVE 10 News 10, all for a good cause.
The group went through eight months of tough training, learning how to put out fires and handle high pressure hoses, as well as search and rescue training, and EMT classes.
Shoppers will find more spring blooming bulbs especially chosen for our southern climate as well as hard-to-find and old favorite bulbs and plants that will add beauty and interest to your garden and landscape.
Tons to do across NELA this weekend.
The group tasked with finding a new president for Grambling State University met Thursday in Baton Rouge.
A construction company is chosen to do renovations for El Dorado's Municipal Auditorium.
In El Dorado, construction is progressing on the new Murphy Oil building.
A man from the New Orleans area is being monitored for signs of Ebola, officials with the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals said.
The cute bear cub found wandering the aisles of a Rite Aid on Oct. 19 will eventually be returned to the wild, according to officials at the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW).
Ouachita Parish School District leaders held their first ebola response meeting this week.
It's all about Arkansas.
Sears is closing 77 Sears and Kmart stores and cutting 5,300 jobs. And that's not even the worst news.
"Breaking Bad's" drug-dealing chemistry teacher Walter White will have to stop making the sale at Toys R Us.
Local literature hounds received more than a book at one library on Thursday.
Lincoln Parish residents are getting help on taking charge of their health.
More gas controversy has sparked up for one Tensas Parish town on Thursday.
On October 10, 2014, Louisiana State Police along with multiple other agencies executed three search warrants and made six arrests in East Baton Rouge Parish. The warrants and arrests were the result of an investigation into a series of pharmacy burglaries which occurred in several different parishes across Louisiana and Mississippi.
On Thursday, the warden of Angola State Penitentiary in Louisiana spoke to Northeast Monroe Rotary Club.
With tricks and treats fast approaching, Sheriff Russell would like to make the public aware of some Halloween safety tips to keep kids safe.
In Union County, a 19-year-old is facing charges after being arrested for possessing a stolen firearm.
The Monroe Police Department is currently searching for the whereabouts of Joshua L. Meredith B/M juvenile DOB 1-21-2000.
Retired law enforcement officers were honored this morning in El Dorado.
A Michigan couple is standing by their adopted 15-year-old daughter after she allegedly conspired with her older boyfriend to kill them and stabbed her kid brother.
A joint law enforcement effort has led to the arrest of former Sorrento mayor, Wilson Longanecker, Jr., on 40 counts of child pornography and a single count of obstruction of justice, announced Attorney General Buddy Caldwell.
The Spring Musical at the University of Louisiana at Monroe has become a must see event over the years, with recent multiple sold out performances of “Chicago,” “Guys and Dolls,” and “Into the Woods.”
The University of Louisiana at Monroe’s Up ‘til Dawn organization will host its annual “Trunk-or-Treat” event in ULM’s Brown Stadium parking lot, located on Warhawk Way, next to Malone Stadium, from 5-8 p.m., on Friday, Oct. 31.
One of two women observed removing items from road side trash bins ended up being arrested by Union Parish deputies for possession of methamphetamine.
Deputies were called out late Saturday night to a disturbance “with gunfire” at a residence on La. Hwy. 2 west of Bernice.
The Arkansas Supreme Court has scheduled oral arguments in the same sex marriage case.
A Drew County man died after his house caught on fire Tuesday morning.
With Halloween rapidly approaching, federal officials are warning the public about the dangers associated with counterfeit decorative contact lenses.
Mischievous toddler snakes his way inside claw game.
Union Parish sheriff’s deputies answering a disturbance call ended up arresting a suspect of a felony charge of resisting an officer by force.
Experience the delights of Fall Birding at the 2014 Arkansas Audubon Society (AAS) Fall convention, which will meet Friday, November 14 through Sunday, November 16 at the Lake Point Conference Center on Lake Dardanelle.
An official initial court date has been set in the case of the burning of the "Deals and Discounts" furniture store between Jonesboro and Hodge back on May 6th.
In recognition of superior surgical outcomes, Healthgrades has recognized P&S Surgical Hospital with five-star ratings for both total knee replacement and spinal fusion surgery.
Another man jumped the White House fence Wednesday and made it onto the North Lawn before he was arrested by Secret Service officers, a little more than a month after another man climbed the fence and ran inside the executive mansion, officials said.
It's a vote that many politicians crave and many pundits criticize for not being large enough: the young vote.
A new initiative is kicking off in Louisiana. It aims to spread the message to Louisianians around the country that good jobs are waiting for them, right here at home.
If you're on the ULM campus this week, one fraternity is looking for your help to fight breast cancer.
On Wednesday, one of the candidates for Louisiana's Fifth Congressional District cast his early vote.
A South Arkansas community will be painting the town pink this weekend, in honor a loved one they lost to cancer.
A man of quiet reserve and great esteem, Dr. Carols Fandal, a Slidell native, left an indelible mark on everyone he met at the University of Louisiana at Monroe.
A Sterlington woman got a big surprise when her water service man stopped by to Pay it Forward.