The emergence of Cicadas are taking over much of the area with a loud roar, experts say are "songs of love."
A "sophisticated" organized crime syndicate used the IRS website to steal tax forms full of personal financial information on 104,000 taxpayers, the agency said Tuesday.
A new President for Grambling State University will be announced next week.
A missing 9-year-old girl is safe in Bossier City and her uncle is dead after a shootout with law enforcement, officials say.
Kenner work crews spent the better part of the afternoon cutting up the debris of a morning tornado that caused thousands of dollars in damage in an isolated area.
A child is recovering from injuries suffered when he was hit by a vehicle.
A LaSalle Parish man was nabbed in Anchorage, Alaska while attempting to cross the border into Canada and now faces additional timber theft charges here in Louisiana.
During the 2015 Memorial Day weekend, Louisiana State Police investigated 7 fatal crashes resulting in 7 deaths across the state.
The weekend's storms swept through South Arkansas leaving residents cleaning up damage. It also left one town unable to open a new community center.
A man was shot by police after allegedly killing his mother, reporting the crime and then attacking police with an axe when they came to arrest him.
The Monroe Civic Center will soon be home to seven new generators.
It's a big deal when Leo and Ruth Zanger's family gets together. Seriously, it's a really big deal -- with added emphasis on the "big" part.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe has over 80 years of Student Success, and now, through eULM, that same commitment to student success is available online.
The department wants to add ten 2016 Chevrolet Tahoes and the equipment to outfit them including lights, cameras and computer systems.
Twenty-Nine of the most beautiful, talented and intelligent teens in the state will make their way to Monroe on Wednesday, May 27 to compete in the 2015 Miss Louisiana’s Outstanding Teen Pageant.
United States Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced today that a Lake Charles resident was sentenced to 33 months in prison for not registering as a sex offender.
Arkansas Game and Fish biologist Jeff Lawson rescues a red-tailed hawk from the grille of a Ford F-150 truck Tuesday afternoon at the Reynolds Center parking lot at Southern Arkansas University.
“Up Dog” and “Down Dog” for PAWS NELA!! Our friends at Rayne Yoga are hosting special yoga classes on Saturday, May 30th at Forsythe Park in Monroe, LA and all proceeds will benefit PAWS NELA.
PAWS of Northeast Louisiana will be sponsoring its monthly offsite adoption opportunity for available pets from the Ouachita Parish Animal Shelter next weekend.
Just months removed from office, former U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu has found a new role in Washington.
A Mississippi correctional officer was killed in the line of duty on Monday.
It’s summer time! Where do we all want to be on a hot, sunny day but in the water? Children especially love the water this time of year. Adults are responsible for the safety of children.
United States Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced today that a Shreveport man was sentenced to 24 months in prison for failing to update his sex offender registration when he moved.
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed on Tuesday to hear a pivotal case that could change how the nation's political districts are drawn by counting only people who can legally vote rather than the total population.
High school homecoming queen Alyssa Ramirez swept away by Texas floodwaters as drove home from prom.
U.S. Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) today announced that he has received confirmation from leadership in the U.S. House of Representatives that they will bring Vitter’s Steve Gleason Act up for a vote in June.
Governor Asa Hutchinson announced today he is calling a special session for state legislators to consider $87.1 million in general obligation bonds under the authority of Amendment 82.
Strong storms that created at least two possible tornadoes Monday night left damage in several counties.
The Mississippi Highway Patrol reports it investigated 124 wrecks involving two fatalities and 33 injuries while patrolling state and federal highways during the Memorial Day holiday.
The hit talent showcase returns for another season tonight.
Several more states are at risk as storms push east after flooding Texas.
Hot Springs Village Police release more details about the death of Ouachita Parish High School student athlete, Kenton Norman.
Highway safety officials remind motorists that, with the school year drawing to a close, there will be more young people on or near roadways, and drivers need to take additional cautions to help keep children safe.
The Biology Club at the University of Arkansas at Monticello spent the 2014-15 academic year raising nearly $2,000 to help build a clean water storage and distribution system for the village of Tabarin in the African nation of Kenya.
This week, Newk's Eatery is in the kitchen cooking up their Thai Chicken Pizza.
Hear Morgan Tanner, Miss Natchitoches, talk about her platform: Seatbelt Safety: It's Not Just the Law; It's Your Life. It's a topic that hits extremely close to home for Tanner, who lost her mother to a car crash in 2014.
Tourism at Gulf Coast beaches is booming and you'll never believe who is getting some of the credit, plus supermarkets in France can't just throw away old food anymore in today's Ag and Energy Report.
Entergy is reporting scattered power outages in Louisiana and Arkansas after overnight storms sweep the area.
A boil advisory has been issued for some residents in Morehouse Parish.
Memorial Day was celebrated all across the ArkLaMiss Today. Some celebrated on the water while others celebrated at memorial's and museum's.
The State Library of Louisiana’s 2015 statewide summer reading program will follow the theme Heroes.
In this special Memorial Day Business Report, Jane King talks about items that seem identical having different prices based on which gender its marketed to.
Many holiday plans were washed out when severe weather made its way through the ArkLaMiss Sunday afternoon. Check out some of the damage caused by by those storms.
Its Memorial Day weekend and several veteran and community members are taking time to remember the men and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice.
A New Orleans housing authority police officer was shot and killed while sitting in a marked patrol car Sunday morning, according to police.
Waste Management (WM), a company considered one of the best employers of current and former military members, wants to thank everyone in the US armed forces this Memorial Day for all of their dedication and selflessness in serving the country.
Monroe man allegedly hides nearby and fires gun at police and residents in a car, who were pulled over during traffic stop.
American Legion L.B. Faulk Post 13 and the Chennault Aviation & Military Museum will hold the American Legion Memorial Day Ceremony
Chef Mike Brewer of The Sammich in New Orleans as the 2015 King of Louisiana Seafood. Brewer earned the title today at the eighth annual Louisiana Seafood Cook-Off.
Eight hundred thirty-six students received diplomas, including eight dual degrees awarded, Saturday from Louisiana Tech University, including its first fully online English master’s graduate and the nation’s first five graduates in cyber engineering.