The Ouachita Parish Multi-Jurisdictional Task Force has conducted another round of work this month.
One senator gets an endorsement in a heated race in Arkansas.
Some revolutions happen in a single day; others over decades. The rise of the voluntarily single woman has been happening in Western societies slowly, over time, concomitant with well-paying jobs, legal protection from economic or physical abuse, reliable birth control and the possibility of fulfilling careers and adventures.
Parents demand Maine teacher be removed from school after she traveled to Dallas, but had no contact with anyone associated with the Ebola outbreak.
The World Health Organization declared Nigeria Ebola free on Monday after a 42 day period with no new cases, a success story with lessons for countries still struggling to contain the deadly virus.
Early voting is underway in Arkansas for the November 4th elections.
Today, national location marketing firm DCI ranked Louisiana’s business climate tied for No. 10 in the U.S. – a gain of 20 spots since 2011 – while also ranking Louisiana Economic Development tied for no. 2 in the U.S. for best-performing state economic development agency.
At least 29 people have died and 27 people have been seriously injured in crashes involving General Motors cars with defective ignition switches. Attorney Kenneth Feinberg, who was hired by GM to compensate victims, updated the totals Monday.
The new mobile payments system for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus will be up and running this afternoon following the release of a software update for Apple's iOS mobile operating system.
Toyota is recalling 247,000 vehicles in high-humidity areas as an air bag problem that has plagued most of the auto industry continues to widen.
Eatery in Monroe will host a fundraiser for the University of Louisiana at Monroe Child Development Center on Tuesday, October 21, from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m to raise money for repairs caused by the recent tornado.
The Ouachita Parish Multi-Jurisdictional Task Force announced on Monday the results of their multiple operations throughout the month of October.
National Teen Driver Safety Week is Oct. 19-25. Louisiana highway safety advocates are joining their national counterparts in raising awareness about the high crash rate among teen drivers.
On Thursday, October 23rd from 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Vicksburg National Military Park will host an encampment of the 3rd US Colored Cavalry reenactors on the front lawn adjoining the visitor center.
Police in St. Petersburg, Florida have arrested Jana Guzalak, 26, for allegedly stealing from her dead neighbor while his body was still in the home.
An anonymous stranger is being hailed as a hero after walking into a burning Fresno, California home and rescuing an elderly man trapped inside.
Louisiana residents can begin early voting on Tuesday.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe Water Ski Team won its 26th National Championship this past weekend at Tri-Lakes in Zachary.
The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH) announced a plan to stop billing sexual assault victims for exams and tests.
The Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services will implement an alphabetical system to serve Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program clients seeking replacement benefits following last week's storms and subsequent power outages.
Early voting begins today in Arkansas for the 2014 general election.
Both West Monroe and Ouachita Alternative will be open on Monday
Members of Pinehills Baptist Church in West Monroe found a way to hold Sunday service despite damage to their church building.
Arkansas voters will decide on five proposed Constitutional Amendments.
Tallulah Mayor Paxton Branch and his wife escaped without serious injuries after they were involved in a rollover accident on I-20 on Saturday.
A cruise ship plowed through the waters of a Texas port on Sunday with precious cargo on board -- the end of a small Ebola scare.
Human remains were found Saturday on an abandoned property during the search for University of Virginia student Hannah Graham, who has been missing for more than a month, authorities said.
The National Transportation Safety Board continues the investigation into a train collision in Northwest Arkansas.
The National Weather Service held two training sessions about Sky Warn weather spotting in West Monroe.
The local Food Bank is asking for the community’s help for storm victims.
Members and volunteers brought their tools to help home owners clean up.
The local non-profit is helping folks clean up, a week after a tornado rolled through the area.
Prominent Monroe defense attorney Charles Kincade has died.
NWS Shreveport continues their preliminary report on the severe weather that struck the ArkLaMiss in mid October.
After receiving a patient with flu-like symptoms who traveled abroad, the hospital is back to normal operations.
This week, the Tallulah Mayor passed 100 days in office and when considering the "State of Tallulah," he said it starts with getting the town's money right.
Barham died Friday night after his plane veered off a lot and crashed into a fence for an unknown reason.
The investigation stemmed from complaints filed with the Sheriff's Office of the suspect scamming victims while performing handyman type repair work.
As a result of Monday's storms and subsequent power outages in the Monroe region, some clients who have experienced food loss may be eligible for replacement of a portion of their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits.
Ebola is dominating the news, but West Nile is a serious, present concern for Louisiana residents.
Anthony Miletello, executive chef at Miletello's Sports City Grill, joined us on the show to whip up a couple of their popular dishes.
United Way of Northeast Louisiana 2-1-1 is asking anyone who requires volunteer assistance with debris removal due to the October 13th tornado, contact 2-1-1 with address information.
A local organization that helps feed those in need is in need of some help themselves. The Food Bank of Northeast Louisiana is working hard to help those affected by Monday's tornado.
Entergy says they're working as hard as possible to restore power. It's a tough task - being handled by more than 600 linemen and electricians.
Over 100 adults lined up Friday morning for free dental work in Monroe.
In the wake of this week's storms, some residents are repairing their homes. Experts warn to watch out for contractor scams.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Omicron Iota Omega Chapter, will host its 11th Annual Health Fair from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday at Lincoln Elementary School.
Many local businesses remain in the dark, unable to open after Monday's tornado wiped out power to thousands.
Vice President Joe Biden's son was booted from the Navy Reserve because he tested positive for drugs, it was revealed on Thursday.
WEST MONROE: Meteorologists from the National Weather Service will teach a storm spotter class. It’s called Skywarn. It will be held at the Ouachita Parish Fire on New Natchitoches Road. There will be a basic class at 10 am and an advanced class at 12:15M. Skywarn is open to anyone and it is Free.