The Madison Parish Grand Jury indicted two teens this week, charging them with allegedly bringing guns on a school campus and allegedly attempting to kill another juvenile.
Senator is moved out of ICU to private recovery room.
A Lake Village man received three life sentences Wednesday morning when he pleaded guilty to the May 2012 robbery and beating death of Chicot County Tax Collector Nell Johnson.
State Treasurer John Kennedy traveled to north Louisiana to make a plea for higher education.
4th Source's fourth U.S. location in Kenner will create 320 new direct jobs in greater New Orleans.
US Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced that a federal jury found Erdinc Coskun of two counts of preventing or hampering his deportation from the United States.
Louisiana Public Broadcasting (LPB) will broadcast the complete Alive! In America’s Delta series beginning on Wednesday, April 30 at 7 p.m. with the premiere of the “Life on the Edge” episode.
Ronald McDonald has a new look, and he's ready for a selfie.
Teacher fired, student bullied after classroom meltdown goes viral
The St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway is just days away.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration proposed asserting its authority over new tobacco products on Thursday, including e-cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco and nicotine gels.
Norris will give the commencement address for ULM’s Spring Commencement Ceremony at 10 a.m., on Saturday, May 10, in ULM’s Fant-Ewing Coliseum.
Books-A-Million is hosting a book signing event and meet and greet with Duck Commander cast members Alan Robertson and Lisa Robertson.
The ninth annual Wine Over Water event at the University of Louisiana at Monroe will move indoors to Fant-Ewing Coliseum on the ULM campus, due to the threat of inclement weather.
The Monroe Police Department (in conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Administration) will participate in the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 26, 2014, in an effort to help individuals rid their homes of potentially dangerous prescription drugs.
The Vicksburg District recently conducted a hurricane preparedness exercise with a category 3 storm named Gabi impacting the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
Louisiana’s former Poet Laureate, Darrell Bourque, will visit Louisiana Tech University to speak about and read from his book of poems, “Megan’s Guitar and Other Poems from Acadie,” recently published by the University of Louisiana at Lafayette Press.
Caroline Feeney, President of Agency Distribution join us with tips on how to get your house in financial order.
Board Member of KOMEN NELA, Diana Shearer and Event Chair of "Pink in the Park" Scott Stokes join us to talk about a event this weekend benefiting Susan G. Komen.
Larry Rivers from Anytime Fitness join us with some helpful workout tips to do at the workplace.
Tyler Arnold join us to talk about a Foundation through Tipitina's that helps the youth expand their music abilities.
A judge has set a $137,000 bond for Dean Hart Jr.
Witnesses say a man driving a motorcycle along I-20 lost control and ran off the road before crashing near Buffalo Wild Wings.
The director of the Northeast Louisiana Children's Museum was found dead in her home on Tuesday.
Local sheriffs said their Tuesday night meeting with Congressman Vance McAllister at the Ouachita Parish Rifle Range was about bringing more federal dollars to their departments.
The NFL announced the Saints 2014 schedule Wednesday.
A single mom in West Monroe and her six kids lose everything in a house fire. But with the help of the community, a tragedy turns into a story of hope.
This week at the RiverMarket, Uncle Si stops by and there's a special focus on home & garden.
This free concert is set for Saturday, April 26th.
A federal judge has rejected a south Arkansas school district's request to block a planned merger into neighboring school districts.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal signed a bill today that will give the state stricter oversight on explosives facilities.
CMT Casting Team coming to Louisiana, Florida and Tennessee.
The Louisiana State Police will participate in the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 26, 2014, in an effort to help individuals rid their homes of potentially dangerous prescription drugs.
A South Arkansas high school is ranked high for its academic excellence.
54-year-old Bradley Wax, of 20 Camden Court in Mandeville, was arrested Wednesday and charged with 38 counts of pornography involving juveniles.
The Vieux Carre restaurant in Monroe is now up for auction.
A bill that would have let voters decide if the state should except medicaid expansion was rejected by the Senate Health & Welfare Committee.
The Morehouse Parish Sheriff Office received a call from a residence on Wilkins Dr. of a disturbance with the suspect armed with a pistol.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries announced the shrimp season in the portion of state outside waters extending a distance of three nautical miles.
The Twin Cities are chosen as the venue for the Louisiana State Games festival.
The bridge on Northeast Drive on the ULM campus will close TODAY at 4 p.m., and will not reopen until Friday afternoon.
The Warriors raised over $500 today through a bake sale and donations.
A bid to limit the use of unmanned aircraft on private property has stalled in the Louisiana Senate.
Both renters and landlords see Internet advertising as a convenient and inexpensive way to conduct business, but, unfortunately, so do con artists.
Faculty, staff, and students from the UL System’s nine universities participated in the third annual event, which highlights service-learning projects.
U.S. Senator John Boozman (R-AR) remains in recovery following successful heart surgery at Mercy Hospital in Rogers, Arkansas.
The Palm Beach County school district is discussing a parent dress code at a workshop today.
Sheriff Lee Harrell has fired a corrections officer accused of sexual misconduct.
GET YOUR TICKETS NOW for DeltaFest 2014, featuring R&B group HEADS OF STATE, and hosted by Hip Hop Legend MC LYTE.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal will sign a new gun law into effect today that greatly expands the number of public places where licensed owners are allowed to carry their weapons.