On Monday, July 28, 2014, 53-year-old John Whittington of West Monroe, was arrested by Louisiana State Police investigators for insurance fraud (29 counts) and Felony Theft.
The Jindal Administration filed a lawsuit to invalidate the Memorandum of Understanding with Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers.
The Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education voted today to join a lawsuit against Governor Bobby Jindal over Common Core standards.
Students in the East Baton Rouge School district will be able to eat lunch for free in the upcoming school year.
A new kind of “bar” is cropping up in cities around the nation. The establishments tout cures for everything from hangovers to the common cold — delivered not in a cocktail glass but via a needle in the arm.
The girlfriend of a northeast Louisiana physician has pleaded guilty to five counts of prescription forgery.
When his 27-year old daughter Lisa died suddenly of liver failure five years ago, Steve Mason was as devastated as any father would be.
A sweeping survey of coral communities surrounding the site of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico shows that the catastrophe had a wider effect than scientists thought four years ago.
Women still get fired simply because they're pregnant.
The fuel tanks at Gaza’s only power plant came under attack early Tuesday, threatening to deepen an already dire humanitarian situation.
Tony Perkins, chairman of FRC Action PAC, the political action committee connected with Family Research Council has endorsed Rob Maness in his U.S. Senate run.
Kathy Conerly has been named executive secretary of Louisiana FFA
The city of Albuquerque, New Mexico has honored an Eldorado High School student for inventing a device with life-saving potential.
Agents with the Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control recently conducted compliance checks at 173 businesses in the Monroe and West Monroe areas.
The Northeast Louisiana Business and Community Development Center (NLBCDC) at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, seeks to advance entrepreneurship
It's showtime for the performers on "America's Got Talent".
Millions of Americans are struggling to pay off their student loans and desperate to find a way to lower those monthly payments.
Summer Commencement ceremonies at Southern Arkansas University are scheduled for August 8, 2014, at the Reynolds Center Grand Hall.
Money magazine has ranked Louisiana Tech University as one of the nation’s best college values according to its 2014 Best Colleges list released Monday.
Jane Gunn from the Travel Company join us to talk about luxury all-inclusive deals with Sandals' Caribbean vacations.
Skeeter Boyd, Director of Transportation with the Ouachita Parish School Board join us to talk about changes to the transportation schedule for the upcoming school year.
The Ouachita Parish Police Jury discussed a number of items at Monday night's meeting.
A 13-year-old North Texas girl was awoken in the night by a smoldering cell phone on the other side of her pillow, but the cell phone manufacturer says she did something they warn users about.
A South Arkansas oil company is helping give students a better future.
Imagine flying a small two-seater plane a mere eight feet above the ground with your GPS system chirping new information to you 10 times a second.
Two months ago Kathy Perry watched as construction crews poured the foundation for her new home.
A judge ruled Monday that Donald Sterling's estranged wife didn't defraud him
Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Investigators are currently investigating a theft of a 2011 Polaris Ranger Razor UTV
Advocates of domestic abuse victims say the NFL was not strict enough on an incident involving Baltimore Raven's player, Ray Rice.
The Monroe Police Department will be conducting DWI/ Safety checkpoints within the city limits of Monroe on the following dates.
A boil order has been issued for some Morehouse Parish residents.
A creek that had turned green is now back to normal.
Trial is underway for a man accused of killing a Bastrop man.
Shreveport police have released the name of the person who was shot early this morning in the Highland neighborhood.
Monroe police are looking into a reported rape from Friday night.
A hearing scheduled this week for local businessman has been rescheduled.
New study finds running just five minutes each day can prolong your life. Erika Edwards reports.
Around 11:21 PM on Satuday, a passing citizen contacted the Ruston Police Department to report some type of disturbance occurring in the parking lot of the Citgo Station on 504 South Vienna Street.
The Mississippi State Department of Health is confirming one new human case of West Nile virus and a new case of chikungunya virus.
Three northeast Louisiana law enforcement agencies were awarded U.S. Department of Agriculture grants to help buy new patrol vehicles and equipment for public safety.
For children, prosthetic limbs don’t come cheap.
A Alabama man was killed Monday morning after an explosion at the Omega Protein plant in Moss Point.
Amazon is getting into the 3-D printing game. On Monday, the Web giant opened its 3-D printing store, which lets people customize their own products and print them on demand.
A Ouachita Parish resident was arrested by Union Parish sheriff’s deputies and investigators over the weekend accused of solicitation of murder.
Virginia's ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional, a federal appeals court ruled Monday — the second appellate court to rule on the marriage issue.
Could a fist bump be a cleaner, better way for people to greet each other, especially in germy hospitals?
August's Perseid meteor shower is arguably the best-known sky show of the year, but for the next week, another spectacle known as the Delta Aquarids is the hottest ticket in town.
Southern Arkansas University’s Educational Talent Search Program is proud to announce Gregory Malik Williams of Waldo as the recipient of the 2014 TRIO Hall of Fame award.
Louisiana Delta Community College (LDCC), in association with Flying Tiger Aviation, is now offering agriculture aviation training.
Doctors in Macon, Georgia, told Janea Cox that her daughter, Haleigh, might not live another three months.