Quota International of West Monroe presents Night of the Cakes featuring Live and Silent Auctions & Dinner.
The Senate has failed to override the president's veto of a bill approving the Keystone XL pipeline.
The Morehouse Parish Sheriff's Office is requesting the public's assistance in locating a runaway juvenile.
According to media reports, the New Orleans Saints are releasing running back Pierre Thomas.
Enforcement officials with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission have cited a Sheridan man who shot and wounded a bald eagle Monday on Bayou Meto Wildlife Management Area. Garrett P. Davis admitted to shooting the eagle on the WMA in January.
Troopers are preparing for precipitation and freezing temperatures as the National Weather Service in Shreveport has issued a Winter Storm Warning for much of northern Louisiana which is in effect from 6 p.m. this evening to 9 a.m. Thursday.
Families saving for college continue to invest in 529 plans. Total assets in these tax-advantaged investment plans grew by 9.1 percent to $247.9 billion in 2014, according to a report by the College Savings Plans Network.
The New York City public school system is set to observe a pair of Muslim holidays for the first time.
As forecasts indicate wintry weather conditions could impact northern and central Louisiana, the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development urges motorists to use caution when traveling on roads and bridges in affected areas.
KTVE was named 'Small Station of the Year by the Louisiana Association of Broadcasters at the Prestige Awards today in Baton Rouge.
United States Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced today that a Bastrop City woman pleaded guilty on Tuesday, to filing false tax returns.
Here is a list of closures and cancellations for March 5.
A federal judge with the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas has denied a request to lift her Nov. 25 stay of an order invalidating the state's ban on same-sex marriage.
Louisiana Tech University’s Trenchless Technology Center is continuing to lead the field of underground infrastructure development across the globe.
The Justice Department has cleared Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson of civil rights violations in the shooting death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown.
Investigators from the Louisiana State Fire Marshal’s Office are continuing to piece together the cause of a fire that claimed the life of a 49-year old Mansura woman.
A Wingspan official confirmed Wednesday that the company will reduce its staff. The company will be laying off over 100 local employees.
Scores of pot plants were seized and three people were arrested after one of them accidentally "butt-dialed" 911 and a dispatcher overheard their incriminating conversation about drugs, sheriff’s officials say.
Class proposal submissions are still being accepted for Southern Arkansas University’s inaugural “Mulerider Kids College” to be held this summer.
Chad Dodson presents Dr. David Rankin, president of Southern Arkansas University a ceremonial check for the $149,128 grant from the Blue & You Foundation to support the purchase of equipment for the SAU Health Sciences Simulation Center.
The inventor of K-Cups regrets that he ever invented them. "I feel bad sometimes that I ever did it," John Sylvan told The Atlantic in an interview.
O Happy Meal. McDonald's is cleaning up its act when it comes to chickens raised with antibiotics used to fight human infections.
The Butler County Sheriff's Office posted these pictures of Dale Marcum on their Facebook page after he turned himself in.
For a new mom, the birth of her first child is usually a joyous moment, but for Tara Driver, shortly after having her daughter Bella just two weeks ago, she quickly learned she had cancer.
The probate court in one of Alabama's biggest counties says it won't issue any marriage licenses at all after the Alabama Supreme Court disagreed with a federal court and upheld the state's ban on same-sex marriage.
The homeless man who was shot to death by Los Angeles police in a confrontation that was captured on dramatic cellphone video was a convicted bank robber living in the U.S. under a stolen French identity, authorities told NBC News on Tuesday night.
Nearly two years after twin blasts rocked the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing three and injuring scores more, alleged bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev appeared before a jury Wednesday in the start of a trial that will reawaken horrific memories.
Hollis Watkins, best known as a long-term veteran of the civil rights movement, will speak at the University of Louisiana at Monroe at 2 p.m., Tuesday, March 10, in Student Union Ballroom A on the ULM campus.
The issue of abortion took center stage Tuesday at the State Capitol. Supporters said two bills being considered were about women's health, but opponents argued they're an attack on abortion rights.
Al Sanders, President of North East Louisiana Veterans Association, announces the 1st Annual Fundraising Luncheon to support the Fort Hero Veterans Barracks.
Help the Humane Society find a new home for one lucky lap cat.
America’s got a new oil problem-where to put it all, and Smith &Wesson is fully loaded.
The Supreme Court of Alabama ordered all the state's probate judges late Tuesday to stop issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
As the result of an investigation of a missing person report filed March 2, 2015, Ouachita Parish Investigators have arrested four suspects on Second Degree Murder charges.
The Monroe City School Board tackled several items on Tuesday night's agenda, including the idea to add a 9th grade with an emphasis on fine arts to Excellence Academy.
Lincoln Parish Schools administrators say that Monroe City Schools Superintendent Dr. Brent Vidrine is on a short list of applicants for their own superintendent position.
Fanconi Anemia affects bone marrow and can lead to cancer, so a local family is asking for the community's help. They hope to find a bone marrow match for their kids or someone else in need.
One man is dead and another suspected criminal is being sought following a botch home invasion attempt overnight in east Shreveport.
Possible budget cuts leave a future with higher education foggy for some students.
Here's a gnawing problem. Two scientific surveys of New York City's seamy side have turned up enough evidence of past and present pests to kick a hypochondriac into high gear.
The Arkansas Department of Health reports the state's flu deaths total has climbed to 41.
Update: Two arrests have been made in a Ouachita County murder case.
A South Arkansas school is moving "Full Steam Ahead" with a new program to start in the fall.
According to a state-by-state breakdown released by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Inspector General, Attorney General Buddy Caldwell’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit (MFCU) recovered more than $118,815,109.
Greater North Louisiana Community Development Corporation has partnered with Grambling State University to provide FREE seminars in entrepreneurship-based courses.
Bring the kids out to see the lions, the elephants, the acrobats and silly clowns, the whole works! And don't forget to get your Cracker Jacks at intermission.
The son of a Monroe City Councilman was named as one of the victims in the shooting last Friday on Swartz-Fairbanks Road.
Clouded by racial bias and a narrow-minded drive for municipal court revenue, police in Ferguson, Missouri have habitually violated citizens' civil rights, with black residents bearing the brunt, a U.S. Justice Department investigation has found.
The Food and Drug Administration is warning doctors against over-prescribing testosterone-boosting drugs for men, saying the popular treatments have not been established as safe or effective for common age-related issues like low libido and fatigue.
Sweet Briar College's board of directors voted to close the school at the end of the academic year over financial issues.