Project FOUND will provide support for community-wide education efforts, training of law enforcement and first responders, and the development of a database, which law enforcement officers can use to help identify missing persons who may wander, and who suffer from Alzheimer's disease.
Organizers visit Louisiana Living to preview the delicious event.
Rep. Shadoin previews the legislative session that begins in Baton Rouge Monday.
The Saints have cut wide receiver Lance Moore.
Governor Jindal announced legislative proposals aimed at continuing to protect life in Louisiana. These reforms will build upon the work Governor Jindal has done to make Louisiana the most pro-life state in the nation.
A local reality TV star signs his name for a good cause today.
Monroe Police, Entergy, & Department of Transportation officials are on hand at the crash.
The Cinderella Project of Monroe has been collecting prom dresses since January for its dress giveaway on Saturday, March 8, 2014 at the Monroe Civic Center from 9:00 am – noon.
The pregnant mother who drove her three children into the Atlantic Ocean on Tuesday is now facing charges.
How do you swipe $7 million in toys, electronics and other stuff without anyone noticing?
The circus is in town!
A memorial service will be held tonight to honor the life of West Monroe High School football coach Don Shows.
The Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) today deferred a motion to adopt the 2014-15 Minimum Foundation Program (MFP) formula until a special meeting of the Board next week.
Gov. Mike Beebe has signed Arkansas' 'private option' into law for another year.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe’s Office of Career Connections will welcome locally headquartered company CenturyLink for its annual recruitment day on the ULM campus, from 4-6:30 p.m., Thursday, March 13, on the second floor of the Student Union Building.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe’s Campus Activities Board is excited to announce the performers for the 2014 Spring Fever concert.
The job market picked up more than expected in February, led by strong hiring in professional and business services.
In just one year the number of kids who tried e-cigarettes doubled, from 3-percent in 2011 to 6.5-percent in 2012.
This winter has been bone chilling and back breaking, but there is a glorious light at the end of a very long and very cold wintry tunnel.
In this edition of Home Health House Calls we learn about Addison's Disease.
Deanna Phillips join us to talk about the Shop Til U Drop Arts, Craft, and Gift Show happening this weekend.
President-CEO of the NELA Better Business Bureau Jo Ann Deal join us to talk about the new outlet for scammers.
Avocado's Mario Mata join us in the kitchen to cook up a Mexican dish, Pollo en Achiote.
Vice President of Communications, Sheila Snow join us to talk about this weekend events in Monroe and West Monroe.
Director, Lindsey Keith-Vincent from The IDEA Place join us with another fun experiment and the latest on summer camp for kids.
Congressman, Bill Cassidy join us in the studio to talk about the insurance bill.
Good news for the sole Democratic candidate for Louisiana Governor, a former Congressman wants a new job and its back to work for the Louisiana Legislature.
Deputies arrested a 19-year-old after he fled from police.
Monroe City Council members may give new life to a renovation project that was killed last week.
Some good news has come out of our Tuesday report on a dog rescued from a former animal control officer's home.
Louisiana governor criticizes Obama at CPAC.
Curators from the museum visit Louisiana Living.
Rep. Katrina Jackson visits Louisiana Living to invite the public to a prayer meeting Friday.
E-Cigarettes, raw milk, and Common Core is all expected to be discussed during the session that begins March 10th.
Ouachita Parish Sheriff's Office has made an arrest in the Christmas Eve murder of Calvin George
Monroe Police report the victim of a Tuesday night shooting has now been arrested.
Arkansans for Compassionate Care is presenting a Cannabis Education Meeting at the Columbia County Library at 6pm.
The United Way of Union County will host “KICK UNITED,” a community kickball tournament at 9 a.m. on Saturday, May 10 at the Boys & Girls Club
Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s investigators and Crimestoppers of Ouachita need your help in identifying two suspects who broke into a local school.
Arkansas Democratic Lt. Governor candidate John Burkhalter downplayed the significance of a legal battle between him and a business partner over an apartment complex they built together in North Little Rock.
Rep. Katrina Jackson and Rep. Frank Hoffman join us to talk about the upcoming event "Call to Prayer" leading into the Legislative Session.
While she faces multiple charges of bribery and extortion, former Arkansas State Treasurer, Martha Shoffner says payments she received didn't influence any decision she made as Treasurer.
Joe Cooper Rolfe, Starr Homeplace join us to talk about saving the historical building.
The SAT college exam will undergo sweeping changes on what's tested, how it's scored and how students can prepare, College Board President and CEO David Coleman said Wednesday.
Faebook announced that it was taking steps to curb illegal firearm sales, including taking down posts that offer to sell guns without background checks.
"Help us — our mom is trying to kill us!" a young child screamed as a pregnant woman drove her minivan — with three young kids children inside — into the ocean in Florida, a trucker who waded into the frigid Atlantic waters to rescue them said Wednesday.
Learn how to perform the proper push-up.
Celebrity Trainer and Nutritionist, Harley Pasternak join us to talk about ways to eat healthy while eating some fats.
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Monroe Police and Crimestoppers of Ouachita need your help in identifying a suspect alleged to have cashed numerous stolen checks at various businesses in Monroe.