The American Civil Liberties Union filed a suit over Governor Bobby Jindal's Marriage and Conscience Order.
LA 4, East of Winnsboro in Franklin Parish will continue to be closed until August 12, 2015 while crews complete the work for the bridge replacement.
United States Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced that a Honduran national was sentenced Monday to 30 months in prison for possessing cocaine with intent to distribute.
The South Pointe Retirement Community received a gift Tuesday from Monroe Mayor Jamie Mayo.
United States Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced that a Monroe woman was sentenced Monday to 12 months in prison for illegally taking more than $135,000 in Social Security payments that were for her mother who had died.
The Monroe Police unveiled eight new Chevy Tahoes Tuesday morning.
Americans are growing increasingly tired of fast food.
Rather than worrying about burning up on the beach, nine Arkansas engineering students are spending their summers concerned with helping state agencies burn less energy.
Consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages like soda and energy drinks may be linked to as many as 184,000 adult deaths each year worldwide, according to research published today in the journal Circulation.
The “Up ‘til Dawn” (UTD) St. Jude fundraising organization at the University of Louisiana at Monroe competed in the national Executive Board Fundraising Challenge and finished in the nation’s top spot, raising over 11,000 in 30 days.
As the nation prepares to celebrate Independence Day, Attorney General Buddy Caldwell encourages Louisiana consumers to celebrate safely.
A new era begins tomorrow for Grambling State University.
An estimated 5 million more salaried workers may soon become automatically eligible for overtime pay.
Governor Bobby Jindal has signed legislation that will allow for medical marijuana use in the state.
A host of correctional officers and prison executives have been placed on leave from Clinton Correctional facility following the escape of two convicted murderers, authorities said Tuesday.
Robert Nelson, the man charged with killing 85-year-old Shirley Cagle, entered a guilty plea Tuesday morning to avoid the possible death penalty.
Individuals who have become unemployed as a direct result of the severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds and flooding that began in certain counties on May 7, 2015 through June 15, 2015 may be eligible for Disaster Unemployment Assistance.
Today is the final day for Ruston residents to take part in a city wide survey.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie told supporters on a conference call Tuesday that he will run for president.
Meet Miss Louisiana 2015, April Nelson.
Union Parish sheriff’s deputies have arrested a Marion man on six charges including three felonies.
You're invited to an all day Downtown RiverMarket event Saturday July 4, 2015 from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m.
Jane Gunn from The Travel Company talks trips to a beautiful beach destination that you can travel to without a passport: St. Thomas/U.S. Virgin Islands.
The high court strikes down EPA rules on plant emissions and an animal rights group sues California over its poultry slaughter law in Ag and Energy Report.
Cleburne County Clerk of Court Dana Guffey has resigned her job in response to the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on same-sex marriage.
Residents, teachers, and alumni expressed their concern and passion for Neville High School at Monday's Monroe City School Board meeting addressing the idea of going Charter and the need for a new roof.
Same sex marriage licenses are now being issued in Ouachita Parish.
A South Arkansas community is welcoming new Salvation Army officers.
Comic book legend Stan Lee was rushed to the hospital Sunday morning ... TMZ has learned.
New viral fad promotes unhealthy body image according to medical experts.
Here are a few tips on firework safety for this 4th of July holiday.
Walmart has apologized for making an ISIS battle flag cake after refusing to decorate a cake with an image of the Confederate flag.
Olivia Robertson joined us on Louisiana Living to share her shrimp etouffee.
SYAA will host two upcoming summer workshops for area kids.
If voters decide not to renew a property tax, officials say the future of the health unit would be questionable.
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Monday afternoon to put a hold on court rulings that have reduced the number of abortion clinics in Texas.
The Fourth of July is a favorite holiday among Americans. But with summer fun, parades, parties and fireworks, the holiday typically proves to be deadly on streets and highways across the country.
Bond was denied for the man accused of shooting a Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Agent.
St. Francis Medical Center has received the Mission: Lifeline® Gold Receiving Quality Achievement Award.
About 3.8 million young children are fed daily through the Child and Adult Care Food Program.
In an effort to give foster kids all the tools to succeed, CASA of Northeast Louisiana is holding it's 4th annual school supply drive.
NBCUniversal, succumbing to pressure from an array of Hispanic groups, is severing its business ties to presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Ouachita Parish Mosquito Abatement District will be conducting aerial spraying for mosquitoes Tuesday, June 30, 2015 and Thursday night, July 2, 2015.
Dr. Stephen Webre, Louisiana Tech University professor of history and interim associate dean of the College of Liberal Arts, was one of 33 scholars from four countries selected to present his research at an international conference in Mexico City last week.
Attorney General Buddy Caldwell filed suit today against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, asking a federal court to block the Obama administration’s “Waters of the United States” rule.
According to Hind's County Circuit Clerk Barbara Dunn, marriage licenses are being issued, Monday, in Jackson.
A community meeting will be held tonight regarding the roof repair plans for Neville High School.
The U.S. Supreme Court today agreed to take another look at affirmative action in college admissions, a boost to opponents of the practice.
More students will now have the opportunity to attend Grambling State University thanks to two pieces of legislation recently passed by the Louisiana State Legislature.
Jefferson Parish has issued the first same-sex marriage license in the state of Louisiana.