For the past several years, Charles Malveaux has been working with drones. But it wasn't until his friend died from West Nile, that he realized how he wanted to use his drones to make our world safer.
A proposal from the United States Environmental Protection Agency could affect industrial growth in Baton Rouge.
Colleges all over Louisiana learned on Friday that they would lose over $141 million in state funding.
After one close call too many and residents like Richard Poole, who owns Poole's Cable Service at that intersection, gathered at Monday's night's Ouachita Parish Police Jury meeting, telling them to do something about it.
A Kansas man has reeled in "the big one" while on a fishing trip to north Arkansas.
A bill making it legal for people who work at state universities to bring guns onto campus passes the state house, and now Governor Asa Hutchinson is coming out as a supporter.
A bill putting into law prison and parole reforms sought by the governor passed the full senate Monday.
A Winter Storm Watch is set to take effect for much of the state from Wednesday through late Wednesday night.
The DOTD says Monroe Transit is doing well, but the City has not renewed a contract with the transit's management company for over a year.
Southern Arkansas University is bringing in some new additions to their nursing school.
The Supreme Court is preparing to hear a challenge to Barack Obama's signature healthcare policy that could deal it a crippling blow, if not a fatal one.
The man accused of killing three Muslim students in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, will face the death penalty at trial in an attack that some have argued should be treated as a hate crime, according to the local district attorney.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Monday that Israel's survival is threatened by Iran's nuclear program.
The days of deleting apps and photos from your phone to free up storage may soon be history.
Twitter said Sunday night that it was working with law enforcement agencies to investigate whether purported ISIS-related threats against co-founder Jack Dorsey were real.
Governor Asa Hutchinson is launching his new website March 27, and we need your help. We want to show Arkansas from your perspective.
On March 3, Life Center will be performing free urine and blood tests for kidney function, glucose, and protein at Mount Zion Baptist Church.
The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development says winter weather is not having a positive impact on the roadways.
Firmin will speak about the selected work as well as the current atmosphere of contemporary art. She will also announce $3,200.00 in prizes, including $1,000.00 for Best in Show.
The Los Angeles Police Department's fatal shooting of a man on the city's infamous Skid Row is bringing new focus to the use of officer-worn body cameras, a much-discussed but largely untested tool aimed at improving law enforcement's relationship with the public.
The Ouachita Parish Sheriff's office has made and arrest in connection with a shooting in Swartz
Lincoln Parish Schools administrators have confirmed to KTVE/KARD Monroe City Schools Superintendent Dr. Brent Vidrine is on a short list of applicants for their own superintendent position.
The last time the tech-laden Nasdaq stock closed above 5,000, Bill Clinton occupied the White House, America Online had agreed to buy Time Warner for $165 billion and beloved "Peanuts" cartoonist Charles Schulz had died in his sleep.
Union County Sheriff's Investigator Mike McGough says the human remains that were found during a February search are those of the missing Marion woman Amanda McPherson.
The FBI and the Wilson County Sheriff's Office said an estimated $4 million worth of gold was reported stolen during an armed robbery on Interstate 95 over the weekend.
A Nebraska man was held on a felony arson charge Monday after police said he set a couple's rainbow flag on fire and ran down their street with it.
Monroe Police Chief Quentin Holmes says field tests of body cameras by police officers will be completed in late April.
Early Monday morning, Ouachita Parish Sheriff's Deputies responded to a burglar alarm at a business in northwestern Ouachita Parish.
A Baton Rouge man is in jail and his daughter is recovering from head injuries after being tossed during a shoplifting incident in Slidell over the weekend.
Tax refund season has many Americans wondering what they should do with their refund check.
40 Arkansans have now died from the flu virus this year. U.S. Health Officials say this year's flu vaccine is even less effective than previously thought.
Samsung unveiled its latest Galaxy S smartphones, featuring a slim body made from aircraft-grade metal, in a bid to reclaim the throne of undisputed global smartphone leader from Apple.
Experimental drugs and special care helped make Nina Pham Ebola free. But today she fears she may never escape the deadly disease.
Mariah Anderson has been fighting for her life since she was born, and now her family is having to fend off internet bullies.
A man who survived a seizure while skydiving from 12,000 feet in Australia said he spent 30 seconds unconscious in free fall before his instructor saved him.
Nancy and David Writebol are headed back to Liberia this weekend, eight months after she became the second American infected with the Ebola virus.
When searching for hidden stash, an obvious place to check is the mattress. Federal police in California did so last week, and found 15 tons of marijuana, and made the second largest weed bust in history at a U.S. border crossing.
The fatal feud started with a squabble on Facebook, devolved into a planned brawl at a park, and ended with a 14-year-old girl dead.
More than 30-year Southern Arkansas University faculty member Tim Daniels will offer this year’s SAU installment of “The Last Lecture” at 4 p.m. Wednesday, March 18, in the Reynolds Center Foundation Hall.
The 15th Annual Student Research Symposium will be held from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., on Thursday, March 12, in the University Conference Center, located on the 7th floor of the University of Louisiana at Monroe Library.
Tickets are on sale now for this weekend's shows in Monroe.
The West Monroe business man says he won't take money from the insurance companies if elected.
How could we forget what happened with oil and gas prices last year? One analyst says it could happen again this year. Plus, the Ag Secretary urges the bio-fuels industry to think bigger.
SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket carrying two satellites late Sunday night,
Arts, exercise, even crafting can calm patients suffering from depression, chronic pain and even PTSD.
Astronauts on the International Space Station completed a spacewalk Sunday despite the appearance of water inside an astronaut's helmet, NASA reported.
Hyundai is recalling more than 200,000 vehicles that could have a power steering defect that increases the risk of a crash, according to documents posted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Saturday.
Three entrepreneurs from east Arkansas, Mississippi, and west Tennessee will attend the New Orleans Entrepreneur Week as part of the Delta Regional Authority’s Delta Entrepreneurship Network Fellowship program.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu described his polarizing trip to Washington as "crucial" as storm raged over his planned speech to Congress.
Less than a week after Wal-Mart announced that it would raise wages for 500,000 employees to $9 an hour in April, off-price retailer TJX said in its fourth-quarter earnings report that it, too, will boost pay.