A federal judge is blocking the enforcement of a new abortion law that went into effect today.
Monroe Police say they've made an arrest in an attempted murder.
A new report -- released just before one of most popular holidays for travel -- targets teen drivers.
District staff for U.S. Rep. Vance McAllister will hold satellite office hours in September to assist residents of the 5th Congressional District with casework matters.
It’s become a rite of passage for new students entering Louisiana Tech University and a tradition of new Bulldogs making the transition from high school to college.
Paul Hollis, a former Republican candidate for Senate, is challenge incumbent Democratic Senator Mary Landrieu's residency in court.
Questions about the Michael Brown shooting may have been answered once and for all if the officer had been wearing a body camera.
Louisiana hunters will be able to save some money this weekend.
Baton Rouge police say one of their officers shot a suspected drunk driver after he resisted arrest.
Kraft Foods Group has ordered a recall of 7,691 cases of American cheese slices.
There's reason to believe the problem of distracted drivers around school zones and school buses is getting worse.
Monroe Police is investigating a robbery at the Kangaroo store in the 4300 block of Desiard Street.
As part of the state's effort to promote healthy living, Commissioner of Administration Kristy Nichols invites all state employees to join her January 17-18 for the Louisiana Marathon and related events.
Saints veteran Robert Meachem and newly signed CB Champ Bailey were among the players released by the Saints to trim their roster down to 53 players.
The LSU AgCenter Botanic Gardens at Burden will roll out the fall welcome mat with a corn maze and pumpkin patch festival Sept. 27-28 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. in conjunction with the LSU Rural Life Museum’s Harvest Days.
Yoga Instructor, Maurie Loflin join us in the studio with some tips on how to properly perform the resting pose.
If you're out this long weekend, you can expect traffic. But you can also expect to see Louisiana State Police out on the roads.
A man wanted for murder is now in police custody following a nearly two-day search in the Shreveport area by local, state and federal authorities.
The National Football League's new domestic violence policy will be tested just three days after it was implemented by Commissioner Roger Goodell.
So far, 13 states and 10 county and city governments have increased their minimum wages during 2013 and 2014.
The Arkansas Realtors Association says home sales in Arkansas were 10% higher this July in than July of last year.
A list of city offices that will be closed for Labor Day
The Winn Parish Shariff's Department says the fire fighter was arrested for refusing to move a fire truck after he was instructed to do so by a deputy.
The heavy rain made the soil unstable, causing a tree to uproot and fall onto a home in Monroe.
According to police, a former employee knowingly used other employee information to steal from the Cash Time financial institution.
A few loving pets are looking for a permanent home
Residents took to the streets in the Lower Ninth Ward Saturday to memorialize the thousands who lost their lives and to protest what they call a lack of recovery in their community.
A second person has been indicted on murder charges stemming from an April 2013 murder
According to State Police, 45-year old Thorne Thornton of Mario was driving north on Louisiana Highway-33 when he lost control of his tractor trailer, driving off the right side of the road.
The West African country of Senegal has confirmed its first Ebola case one week after closing its border with Guinea over fears that the deadly outbreak could spread, the Senegalese Press Agency reported Friday.
United States Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announces that a federal jury earlier today found Lafayette attorney Daniel James Stanford, 56, guilty of conspiring to distribute synthetic drugs, conspiring to introduce misbranded drugs into interstate commerce, and money laundering charges.
Prayers are not allowed in many schools across the country, so a South Louisiana woman is taking prayers to the streets.
Under the new law penned by Monroe Democratic Representative Katrina Jackson, abortion physicians are required to apply to have admitting privileges to a hospital within 30 miles.
The WMWO Chamber of Commerce and City of West Monroe will once again host the Brown Bag Lunch Concert Series every Wednesday in September from noon to 1 p.m.
Police say it happened around 3 a.m. on Friday at the Kangaroo store on the 4300 block of Desiard Street.
Following a successful Lt. Governor’s Tourism Summit, Lt. Governor Jay Dardenne is announcing two Louisiana tourism success stories.
The Cotton Land Cluster Dog Show attracts visitors from across the globe the Monroe/West Monroe area.
Baby back ribs slow-roasted for four hours for flavor and fall-off-the-bone tenderness, then fire-grilled and basted with our house-made apple cider BBQ sauce.
PAWS of Northeast Louisiana will be sponsoring its monthly offsite adoption opportunity of available pets from the Ouachita Parish Animal Shelter this weekend.
A Texas law student arrested for arson and attempted murder in Ouachita Parish is not only back in Louisiana, he's also been indicted.
Experts recommend doing a credit check on your spouse before you tie the knot.
Classes have started for most schools. Tech experts are reminding college students there's a smart way to play it safe when using the computer and internet.
Miss Louisiana 2014, Lacey Sanchez will begin her quest for the Miss America crown Sunday, August 31, 2014.
This year’s Family Day at Southern Arkansas University on Saturday, Sept. 6, will offer visitors a mixture of fun events, a passing of the reigns between former and incoming Mulerider mascots, and remembrance at the Mulerider football game.
Shooters from all parts of the country will be competing in West Monroe for the Regions 3D Archery Championship this weekend.
This week, the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH) confirmed nine new cases of West Nile virus, of which five were neuroinvasive disease cases, bringing this year's total to 61 reported infections.
A man charged in the deadly shooting at a back to school party in Magnolia, Arkansas was in court today.
Police in El Dorado say they've discovered illegal drugs being shipped through FedEx.
The family of the "Cops" crew member who died in a police shootout says the Omaha PD is prolonging their agony ... by refusing to show them video taken during the gun battle.
After a summer of lawsuits filed against it and a recent audit coming out in August, state officials confirmed to KTVE/KARD the Town of St. Joseph has been taken off the state non-compliance list.