The Miss America organization is defending newly crowned winner Kira Kazantsev after a report revealed she was barred from her college sorority for excessive hazing.
Former Department of Health and Hospitals Secretary Bruce Greenstein has today been indicted by an East Baton Rouge Parish grand jury on nine felony counts of perjury, announced Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell.
The Marine Corps Band of New Orleans will hold a special performance at the University of Louisiana at Monroe at 7 p.m., on Wednesday, Sept. 24, in ULM’s Brown Auditorium. Admission is free and the event is open to the public.
A UPS worker shot dead two co-workers before killing himself at a Birmingham, Alabama, plant on Tuesday morning, police said. No details have been released about a motive.
The Stuttgart Fire Marshal says old wiring is to blame in this morning's blaze that destroyed the building that houses the Arkansas County Sheriff's Office.
The Mississippi State Department of Health today confirms the first Enterovirus D68 case in a Mississippi resident.
It’s never too early to start preparing for the zombie apocalypse — at least in Kansas.
The Mississippi State Department of Health confirms two new deaths and 12 new human cases of West Nile virus, bringing the state total to 37 cases and five deaths so far in 2014.
A Columbia County woman has died after her car collided with the trailer section of a truck.
A motion was filed before the Arkansas Supreme Court challenging the initiated act to increase the minimum wage.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe’s School of Education—part of the College of Arts, Education, and Sciences—recently received four national “best buy for online degree” rankings from GetEducated.com.
The Southern Arkansas University College of Business is helping shine light on breast cancer awareness with “Light for the Fight” at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, October 6, 2014.
Cattle producers drove as far as 100 miles to get the latest research-based information that included pharmaceutical best management practices, buying and retaining replacement heifers and pasture weed control at the second annual northeast Louisiana beef and forage field day at the Goldmine Plantation.
The coalition that attacked ISIS in Syria overnight "makes it clear to the world that this is not America's fight alone," U.S. President Barack Obama said Tuesday.
Houston, Texas residents say recently installed statue belongs in a strip club, not on the street.
The number of Ebola cases in Sierra Leone and Liberia could reach anywhere from 550,000 to 1.4 million by January, the CDC says.
Megan Jefcoat, Director of Development, ULM Athletic Foundation join us on the show to talk about the upcoming event to help raise money for summer school scholarships for student-athletes.
Jane Gunn from the Travel Company join us on the show to talk about package deals to Australia.
General Motors is recalling hundreds of thousands of cars over a defect in the parking brake that could cause a fire, a letter by the top U.S. auto safety regulator showed.
State District Judge Edward Rubin ruled today that Louisiana's ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional.
The number of deaths linked to a faulty ignition switch in General Motors Co vehicles rose by two last week to 21, according to a report Monday from a lawyer overseeing a program to compensate victims of accidents caused by the recalled part.
Monroe police say it was a good turnout at their community meeting on Monday night at the Public Safety Center.
Out of the shadows on the national stage sang 35-year-old Monroe native Damien Lawson, performing on the nationwide hit show: NBC's "The Voice."
A West Monroe mother takes a cancer diagnosis and turns it into a journey to help others. She's the Komen of Northeast Louisiana's "Survivor Of The Year".
U.S. jets began airstrikes in the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa, Syria, early Tuesday, the first strikes against the terror group inside the country since President Barack Obama's announcement this month that he was prepared to expand the American efforts beyond targets in Iraq.
Do photos of Senator Landrieu lending a helping hand to a tailgate keg stand help or hurt her campaign for reelection?
M&M's Milk Chocolate Theater Box is being recalled for possibly containing undeclared peanut butter.
The Monroe Police Department is hosting a community meeting tonight.
ULM is celebrating homecoming week.
Residents in El Dorado say they are tired of looking at overgrown weeds that should be cut down by city employees, but city employees say they're working on it.
September is Life Insurance Awareness Month.
people just give their two weeks' notice when they quit their job. Others give a notice that will be remembered for much longer than two weeks.
To kick off Homecoming Week at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, a special luncheon was held today to announce the 2014 Homecoming King and Queen.
The three Afghanistan National Army officers who disappeared this weekend during a training exercise on Cape Cod have been found trying to cross the border into Canada near Niagara Falls, sources said Monday.
Generous couple donates funds to help pay for Texas couple's wedding thanks to furniture ad on Craigslist.
President Obama is "concerned" about Friday's breach of the White House by a man with a knife, but continues to have "confidence" in the agency assigned to protect him and his family, officials said on Monday.
Willie’s Duck Diner is hosting the first ever “Willie’s Duck Jam” concert to benefit CASA of Northeast Louisiana.
Shark takes bite out of surfer's foot off Florida's New Smyrna Beach.
The Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) confirms the first case of the Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) in the state.
Congressman Vance McAllister has released his first re-election campaign commercial and it includes a brief commentary about the incumbent’s “character” delivered by his wife.
Something to remember for this 2014-15 deer hunting season: Bag it. Tag it. Then use your smart phone app or the Internet to check your deer.
The Louisiana Legislative Auditor is weighing in on the Common Core Standards controversy.
Islamist militants controlling parts of Iraq and Syria have purportedly released a new audio recording warning Americans that "you will not feel secure even in your bedrooms.
Lincoln Parish Fire District No. 1 is looking for committed and enthusiastic members ready to learn.
Those long lines at Apple Stores around the world translated into record iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus sales over the weekend.
The Arkansas State Highway Commission has approved a bid for improvements to roadways in Calhoun and Ouachita counties, according to Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department (AHTD) officials.
Louisiana woman has tumor removed from skull while she's still awake.
The suspected cop killer has extensive training as a marksman. Police say he's a survivalist who knows his way around the woods where they think he's hiding. And authorities worry he may be on the hunt for more officers.
The Republican and Democratic candidates vying to become Arkansas's next governor battled it out on a variety of topics during the first televised statewide debate before November's election.
It was the top new show in TV last season and now "The Blacklist" embarks on season 2.