The Monticello Police Department is alerting the public of of a scam in which someone is calling the parents of school children saying their child had been injured and is in the emergency room.
The Arkansas Department of Health is providing guidance in an effort to inform to health care facilities, emergency medical services, colleges and universities, and businesses about the Ebola Virus Disease.
A Richland Parish man went to great heights to give back to an organization near and dear to his heart.
Two teachers from the same school are now facing felony charges this week for their alleged relationship with a 16-year-old student.
A Choudrant man pleaded guilty last week to distributing methamphetamine from his home, U.S. Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced.
With the first case of ebola in the United States now confirmed in Dallas, Texas, what is the plan for local hospitals if a case sparks up in our area?
The owner of an Arkansas shooting range is stirring up controversy, after declaring the business a "muslim-free zone."
Standing in front of a judge Wednesday (10/1) morning, Timothy Buffington, 48, heard the charges he now faces relating to his escape.
The Downtown Monroe Alliance and Kevin D. Alexander present "Downtown River Jam" on Thursday October 2, 2014 from 5pm to 9pm at Henry Bry Park across from Restaurant Cotton.
The district attorney's office filed conspiracy to commit fraud charges against Sinyale Morrison and former city engineer employee Ricardo Nance.
Police arrested Mack Arthur Gray for possession of crack cocaine after responding to the house fire that killed his wife, 29-year old Valene Henderson.
The sweet potato harvest is underway in north Louisiana. And growers say this year's crop is good.
A multiple vehicle accident on I-20 W just past the Monroe Civic Center exit caused major traffic for commuters Wednesday afternoon.
Sen. Mark Pryor's newest campaign videos are hammering home the key issues that he's hoping will energize female voters to come out in November: Domestic violence and equal pay.
School officials in a South Arkansas town say they are not happy with some motorists disregard for bus safety regulations.
OPSO and Crimestoppers of Ouachita need the public's help identifying a suspect believed to be responsible for vehicle burglaries in the 400 block of Lakeshore Drive during the night of September 21st.
Two Union Parish residents in separate cases have been arrested by sheriff’s investigators for second-degree cruelty to a juvenile.
Controversial treatment helps Washington Congresswoman deliver baby daughter that doctors said wouldn't survive.
Pumpkins are having their moment in the sun. Ever since Starbucks (SBUX) introduced its famed pumpkin spice latte about a decade ago, pumpkin sales have skyrocketed. It's led to the increased popularity of pumpkin-spiced everything, including spicy pumpkin beef jerky and pumpkin beer.
When considering a vehicle purchase, consumers may choose to invest in a new car in hopes that a new vehicle may be more reliable than a used one.
The Fourth Judicial District Attorney's Office will officially appeal a judge's decision made Tuesday on evidence that will be allowed in the upcoming court case of local businessman Dean Hart, Jr.
Bucking a rejection by federal food safety officials, a consumer advocacy group is renewing and expanding its fight to ban drug-resistant salmonella bacteria from U.S. meat and poultry.
Julia Pierson, the first female director of the Secret Service, resigned her post Wednesday after a fence jumper gained access to the White House on Sept. 19 and a subsequent congressional inquiry uncovered other security lapses.
Governor Bobby Jindal held a meeting of Unified Command Group today at the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness to get an update from state agencies and ensure the state is prepared if a case of Ebola were to be present in Louisiana.
The mayor of Bell Gardens, California, was shot and killed by his wife during an apparent domestic dispute Tuesday, officials said.
The Mississippi State Department of Health confirms two new Enterovirus D68 cases in Mississippi residents.
A white Ohio mom is suing a sperm bank for sending her vials from a black donor, saying her biracial 2-year-old will be stigmatized by her family and the "intolerant" town where they live and has to travel to get her hair done.
Health officials vow to halt potential spread of Ebola inside the United States after confirmation of case in Texas.
Republican attorney general candidate Leslie Rutledge isn't a registered voter in Arkansas according to a report in the Arkansas Democrat Gazette.
CenturyLink, Inc. today announced the availability of its global managed hosting services in China, expanding the availability of its Asia-Pacific capabilities to better serve multinational corporations conducting business in the world’s second-largest economy.
October 6 is the deadline for Arkansans to register to vote in the November 4 elections.
Community Trust Bank presents "The Enchanted RiverMarket" This Saturday October 4 from 10am-4pm.
Here is the Schedule of Events for the 2014 Northeast Louisiana Celtic Festival and Scottish Highland Games. The festival will be held on Saturday, October 4 at Kiroli Park in West Monroe from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
A Slidell tax preparer who pled guilty to defrauding his clients and the State of Louisiana will spend three-and-a-half years in prison.
ULM hopes to break 0-4 streak against ASU Red Wolves.
The Ouachita Sheriff’s Department and Crimestoppers of Ouachita needs the public’s help to identify a suspect responsible for the Theft of cash from the U Pak It store located at 5600 Desiard St.
On Tuesday night, the West Monroe community celebrated the memory of Sarah's beautiful life of 13 years -- cut far too short.
The old Tallulah High School has been empty for a decade. Now the question is: What to do with it?
A local pharmacy was recognized on Tuesday for raising money for cancer research.
The unidentified man left Liberia on September 19 and arrived in the United States on September 20, said Dr. Thomas Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Most traditional indicators show inflation in the U.S. to be well under control, but bacon cheeseburger eaters know better.
Three men are running for Mayor in El Dorado and it's the comments by one of those candidates that have many scratching their heads.
The Masur Museum of Art and the Twin City Art Foundation will present an Art Battle on October 2 at the Downtown Art Crawl.
Judge Benjamin Jones rules on the defense's motion to suppress evidence obtained in the search and seizure of Hart's home.
This October is domestic violence awareness month, and two local organizations are teaming up to help those affected by this very serious issue.
Both Tensas Parish towns of St. Joseph and Newellton have narrowly avoided a gas cutoff that was set to come Wednesday, according to their gas company's attorney.
Pro-democracy protesters demanded that Hong Kong's top leader meet with them, threatening wider actions if he did not, after he said Tuesday that China would not budge in its decision to limit voting reforms in the Asian financial hub.
Tallulah is getting ready for the 8th annual Teddy's Bearfest.
Joshua Berry has been missing for over two years, but his family and law enforcement continues looking for him.
The Pulaski County Sheriff's Office has revealed more details in its investigation of the murder of realtor Beverly Carter.