Monroe Police were sent to the area of Thomas Street and Jackson Thursday in reference to a crash involving two vehicles.
Domino’s Pizza said it is no longer delivering to the Lower Ninth Ward at night after the killing of one its drivers earlier this week.
Voters in west Ouachita Parish will be asked to renew an existing sale tax for the school district this Saturday.
The first HIV clinic in a rural, midwestern community grappling with an abrupt HIV epidemic is set to open on Tuesday in Austin, Indiana — the outbreak's apparent epicenter.
Governor Bobby Jindal says he’ll decide after the legislative session if he’ll make a 2016 White House run.
Golden shovels met the ground on Thursday at the site of a new housing development in West Monroe.
As banks seek to reduce fraud, one credit card maker has a prototype with a constantly-changing code on the back.
The Union County chapter of the American Red Cross is looking for more volunteers.
In South Arkansas, the Union County Sheriff's Department is investigating a dog attack involving a child.
Almost 500 kids took part in a social studies fair in Monroe on Thursday.
Twitter launched a video-streaming app called Periscope on Thursday, just days after reports that it had blocked a rival app called Meerkat from accessing its data on who follows whom.
The Jackson Parish District Attorney's Office confirmed to KTVE/KARD on Thursday it is recusing itself from the Jackson Parish Hospital criminal investigation and the State Attorney General's Office will take it over.
The Monroe mayor has set the week for his community meetings about an amended city budget the city council introduced earlier this week.
Artists needed to participate in the 2015 Chalk Art Festival.
Everyone is wearing purple today for Epilepsy awareness. It's a disorder at least 200,000 people are diagnosed with each year. Local residents say they want to take today to bring light to this important issue that affects so many.
The stinging caterpillars that will become buck moths are beginning to appear in south Louisiana and will be active through May.
Here is a list of the events that are taking place this weekend.
Roughly 83% of the returns processed by the IRS so far this tax season have resulted in refunds, at an average of $2,893 per check through March 20, the agency said Thursday.
Governor Jindal putting together a team, college professors draft their own pledge and bill is filed aimed at helping enrollment at the state's historically black colleges and universities.
An explosion rocked a heavily traveled section of Manhattan's East Village on Thursday in what officials called a possible building collapse.
Florida authorities described a gruesome scene at a home where a 12-year-old boy fatally shot his younger brother and wounded an older brother before turning the gun on himself early Wednesday evening.
The Louisiana Department of Education today announced new, streamlined early childhood regulations, approved in December 2014, will take effect on July 1, 2015.
Members of the Golden Triangle Economic Development Council updated U.S. Senator John Boozman and other members of the Arkansas Congressional Delegation on the economic improvements and needs of South Arkansas.
Lt. Governor Jay Dardenne and the Office of Cultural Development will recognize 17 honorees at the 2015 Louisiana Culture Awards reception at the Capitol Park Museum at 7 p.m Tuesday, April 14.
The Miss Louisiana Pageant will celebrate its’ 52nd year in Monroe on June 25 – 27 at the Monroe Civic Center’s W.L. “Jack” Howard Theater.
The Union Parish Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that former Louisiana Governor Edwin Edwards will be the guest speaker at their Chamber's annual banquet on Thursday, April 23, 2015.
Congressman Ralph Abraham, M.D., R-Alto, voted this week to save Medicare from going bankrupt, a move that will protect seniors’ access to health care.
Rumors about the financial stability of the Independence Bowl have been circulating for months and tonight NBC 6 Sports has confirmed that Duck Commander will no longer be the title sponsor for the Independence Bowl.
Before you dig into your next outdoor project, Atmos Energy invites you to enter its Yard Rescue 811 contest.
Mayor Jamie Mayo and the Monroe City Council are pleased to announce the 13th Annual Entergy-City of Monroe Community Service Scholarship Scramble Golf Tournament will Tee-Off 9 am Friday, April 10, 2014, at Chennault Park Golf Course.
Attorney General Buddy Caldwell has asked a federal court to block implementation of a new U.S. Department of Labor rule that would redefine the word “spouse” under the Family and Medical Leave Act.
If you're one of the 117 million people who've shopped at RadioShack in recent years, your data is up for auction on Thursday.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe’s International Student Association will present the annual International Food Fair, from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 1.
The Louisiana SPCA said it has upped the reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the people responsible for the beheading of a goat.
First United Methodist Church is holding their Community Easter Sunrise Service on Sunday, April 5th.
Kraft shares soar on a Blockbuster deal in the food industry and an oil company is paying millions for trade violations in today's AG and Energy Report.
The Town of Sterlington hosts its annual clean up Saturday March 28, 2015.
If you have a young child, it's that time of the year to start thinking about pre-school.
Ruston High School students to compete to break super-mileage record using green technology.
French officials said Thursday it appears that one of the pilots of the crashed Germanwings plane intentionally forced the jet into a descent and refused to open the cockpit door.
Fans packed the house on white-out-Wednesday as the Warhawks hosted Vermont in the CBI Semifinal Round. After beating the Catamounts 71-65 they will advance to the CBI Championship Series next week.
Nearly two years after the deadly May 20, 2013 F5 tornado ripped through Moore, another far weaker tornado touched down there on Wednesday.
Nearly a year after establishment, the first Disabled American Veterans chapter in Monroe is still going strong.
Several fires led to the loss of homes for many Baton Rouge locals.
United States Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced Thursday that a Texan was sentenced to 120 months in prison for trying to lure a minor into producing a sex video.
Organizers have announced the various activities in this year’s Great American Cleanup.
Investigators trying to determine what caused the crash of Germanwings Flight 9525 have made a startling discovery in an audio recording
Shrimpers and crabbers learned about the newest regulations, techniques and equipment at a Louisiana Fisheries Forward meeting on March 24, organized by the LSU AgCenter and Louisiana Sea Grant.
This week’s Pay It Forward takes us across two parishes. Along Highway 165 in Bastrop, we meet Linda Spikes.
At her home in Stapleton, Colorado a golden lab mix named Smuckers is about to get an unusual visitor - the kind usually reserved for military veterans and their families.