Two Louisiana Governors, one former, one present, both looking to the future.
Facebook, Google, Twitter users among victims.
Employees picket for higher wages across the nation.
State Police Arrest Driver For Theft
A local 3rd grader is making it his mission to collect as many books as he can for book drive.
A woman has a broken leg after walking into traffic, according to police.
Officials in El Dorado say they're prepared for the worst.
Political leaders are reacting to the death of Nelson Mandela.
How do you know if your behavior is spoiling your baby?
Nelson Mandela, the revered South African anti-apartheid icon who spent 27 years in prison, led his country to democracy and became its first black president, died Thursday at home. He was 95.
Musician performs song and talks about her music.
Julie Lewis talks about pet photo event.
About one in five people suffers from headaches and for some, it can be so debilitating, they are unable to function.
With winter weather already impacting Arkansas, and ice storm warnings in effect for Central Arkansas, Governor Mike Beebe declared a statewide disaster for Arkansas Thursday afternoon.
Students in northeast Louisiana learn the importance of helping others.
Due to expected inclement weather, a few Christmas on the River events have changed.
Three Louisiana banks, including one in Delhi, will receive $800,000 through the Bank Enterprise Award Program from the U.S. Treasury’s Community Development Financial Institutions Fund.
Sometimes, chasing the Olympic dream is not as glamorous as it may seem. Short track speedskater Emily Scott recently hit some financial hardships and actually had to apply for food stamps.
Nearly 50 years after its release, "The Sound of Music" remains one of the most popular movies of all time.
Three people were injured in two overnight shootings in Monroe.
A family claims the Little Rock School District was aware their son was bullied before he committed suicide in 2010, but later denied any knowledge.
200 specially tagged fish have been released across Arkansas.
Twin City Ballet Company performs on Saturday, December 7 at the Jack Howard Theatre of the Monroe Civic Center at 7:30 p.m.
Shaquille O'Neal's mom joined us this morning to talk about a search for the most inspirational mom.
Donate gifts for children at Best Buy Restaurant in Monroe, working with Booker T Outreach.
Melissa Gerstein, Co-Founder of TheMoms.com brings gift and entertaining ideas.
Larry Rivers from Anytime Fitness joins us with another workout!
Grambling State University has hired Broderick Fobbs as their new head football coach.
Nationwide strike planned for Thursday, Dec. 5th.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal cites the Freedom of Information Act.
An overnight fire in Franklin Parish has destroyed a church.
Greg & Gregory from Gene Cox Grocery show us how to make shrimp dip!
It goes without saying, the Christmas tree is a holiday staple for millions of people. But the great debate comes down to the tree itself: Do you choose real or fake?
The El Dorado Chamber of Commerce announced today that the El Dorado Christmas Parade will be rescheduled due to a high chance of rain in the forecast.
Playoff games for Arkansas high schools still playing football have been pushed back one week due to the threat of inclement weather.
The 30th Annual Celebration of Lights at Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. on Thursday, December 5, 2013, with the Overstreet Lighting Ceremony, barring inclement weather.
Crimestopper tips led Monroe police to catch a man who is accused of burglarizing two businesses.
Ann Smith shares details on the upcoming Downtown Gallery Crawl happening December 5th.
Interview with Dean Tim Bisping & Jim Cochran
Congressman Vance McAllister will be sitting on the Agriculture Committee and Natural Resources Committee.
The BESE Board voted to support Superintendent of Education John White's proposal to give schools, teachers and students time to adjust to the transition to the Common Core standards.
The Arkansas Scholarship Lottery will look at approving the use of debit cards for ticket purchases.
Louisiana Senator David Vitter says he'll decide after the holidays if he'll be a candidate for Governor in 2015.
The Monroe Downtown RiverMarket is moving indoors this weekend due to the inclement weather we're expecting.
ULM President Dr. Nick J. Bruno will award 647 degrees at ULM’s Fall 2013 Commencement Ceremony on Saturday morning.
The Louisiana Small Business Development Center, hosted by the University of Louisiana at Monroe and the Louisiana Healthcare Education Coalition are joining forces to educate small businesses about the Affordable Care Act.
Monroe Police are looking for two people who robbed and assaulted a woman Tuesday night.
Monroe police are looking for two men who burst into a woman's home to rob her Tuesday night.
Join the Arkansas Foodbank and the United Way of Union County for a meeting to beat hunger.
Home Improvement Expert Tom Kraeutler shares tips for making your home more comfortable, cozy, and convenient – without spending a lot of time and money in the process.