people just give their two weeks' notice when they quit their job. Others give a notice that will be remembered for much longer than two weeks.
To kick off Homecoming Week at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, a special luncheon was held today to announce the 2014 Homecoming King and Queen.
The three Afghanistan National Army officers who disappeared this weekend during a training exercise on Cape Cod have been found trying to cross the border into Canada near Niagara Falls, sources said Monday.
Generous couple donates funds to help pay for Texas couple's wedding thanks to furniture ad on Craigslist.
President Obama is "concerned" about Friday's breach of the White House by a man with a knife, but continues to have "confidence" in the agency assigned to protect him and his family, officials said on Monday.
Willie’s Duck Diner is hosting the first ever “Willie’s Duck Jam” concert to benefit CASA of Northeast Louisiana.
Shark takes bite out of surfer's foot off Florida's New Smyrna Beach.
The Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) confirms the first case of the Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) in the state.
Congressman Vance McAllister has released his first re-election campaign commercial and it includes a brief commentary about the incumbent’s “character” delivered by his wife.
Something to remember for this 2014-15 deer hunting season: Bag it. Tag it. Then use your smart phone app or the Internet to check your deer.
The Louisiana Legislative Auditor is weighing in on the Common Core Standards controversy.
Islamist militants controlling parts of Iraq and Syria have purportedly released a new audio recording warning Americans that "you will not feel secure even in your bedrooms.
Lincoln Parish Fire District No. 1 is looking for committed and enthusiastic members ready to learn.
Those long lines at Apple Stores around the world translated into record iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus sales over the weekend.
The Arkansas State Highway Commission has approved a bid for improvements to roadways in Calhoun and Ouachita counties, according to Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department (AHTD) officials.
Louisiana woman has tumor removed from skull while she's still awake.
The suspected cop killer has extensive training as a marksman. Police say he's a survivalist who knows his way around the woods where they think he's hiding. And authorities worry he may be on the hunt for more officers.
The Republican and Democratic candidates vying to become Arkansas's next governor battled it out on a variety of topics during the first televised statewide debate before November's election.
It was the top new show in TV last season and now "The Blacklist" embarks on season 2.
"The Voice" kicks off its new season tonight on KTVE NBC 10.
Three months after Arkansans for Compassionate Care Act failed to collect enough signatures to be on this November ballot, businesses are joining together for the use of medical marijuana.
Yoga instructor, Maurie Loflin from the Yoga Barre join us in the studio with some yoga tips on properly do a wide leg forward fold pose.
The intruder who sprinted across the White House lawn and was able to enter the North Portico doors had a knife, officials said Saturday as the Secret Service pledged a review of Friday night’s security breach and increased patrols.
The Monroe-West Monroe Convention & Visitors Bureau is partnering with the Louisiana Office of Tourism, Louisiana Tourism Promotion Association, Hoffman Media in Birmingham, Alabama, and other destinations from the state of Louisiana.
A happy ending to a love story that spans decades.
Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-Louisiana, turned up at a Louisiana State University tailgating event on Saturday.
Americans will spend about $550 million on self-help books this year and more than $1 billion on motivational speakers.
Here's a roundup of five medical studies published this week that might give you new insights into your health.
Doctors who passed on a career at the Department of Veterans Affairs because of pay will soon have a reason to give the agency a second look.
Emmy-winning actress Polly Bergen, whose TV and movie career spanned more than six decades, has died, her publicist said.
The addition of a wristband for rides makes it easier for fair goers to have fun on all of their favorites.
Saints see win over Minnesota, 20-9.
GSU defeated Jackson State University on the road 40-35 for the first win under Coach Fobbs.
Louisiana Tech committed five turnovers, including three in the fourth quarter, and Northwestern State capitalized each time, including Chris Moore's 47-yard field goal as time expired to lift the Demons to a 30-27 upset win over the Bulldogs.
The city is announcing two scheduled community meetings with the police this month.
Waterways throughout the Twin Cities were cleaned up during the Ouachita Water Sweep.
The North Louisiana Quilters Guild presented over 100 handmade quilts to CASA to be used as Christmas gifts.
One veteran says he moved into Fort Hero early to protect the property after a string of break-ins.
Dean Hart Jr. is now sitting in the Ouachita Correctional Center awaiting his court appearance on Tuesday.
MBA Healthcare Management, an online resource guide for students exploring and picking the best healthcare management programs, has ranked Louisiana Tech University’s Master of Health Informatics (MHI) program as the third most affordable in the nation.
Add 205,309 more cars to General Motors' recall tally.
Toyota Motor Corp said this week it will recall about 20,000 vehicles worldwide for possible fuel leaks.
KTVE/KARD will televise the Arkansas Gubenatorial debate today at 4 p.m.
A suspect is under arrest for the murder of a Monroe man.
Week 3 Scores from across the ArkLaMiss!
With Thursday's win in court for the Locust Ridge Gas Company, Newellton and St. Joseph could soon find their gas supplies dried up.
The Morehouse Parish Sheriff's Office confirmed to KTVE/KARD one of their inmates walked away from their work release assignment on Friday.
Pinks on the Link is coming to Calvert Crossing in Calhoun on October 4.
A ceremony was held in Monroe to remember former prisoners of war and those still missing in action.
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Division agents issued 10 citations for alleged oyster violations to men on three separate vessels on Sept. 15 in Sister Lake in Terrebonne Parish.