French forces who secured the site of a crashed Air Algerie flight in Mali found one flight recorder but no survivors, French President Francoise Hollande said Friday.
At a special meeting Friday morning, aldermen and the mayor met to formally announce those intentions.
Angry clashes erupted Friday in the West Bank, after Palestinian leaders called for a "day of rage" in response to the shelling of a United Nations shelter that killed 16 people.
Tom Greer says he fought back when he was attacked by intruders at his Southern California home. Then he got his gun and fired at them and they ran.
The Caldwell Parish Sheriff's Office detectives and detectives with the LA Levee Board Police have solved five local burglaries and arrested two young men involved.
These four-wheelers are becoming the front-runners on the wish list for thieves this week.
PAWS of Northeast Louisiana will be sponsoring its monthly offsite adoption opportunity of available pets from the Ouachita Parish Animal Shelter this weekend.
KARD and Lagniappe Broadcasting present Fox 14’s ArkLaMiss Idol, an area singing competition for solo artists between ages 15 to 28 years old.
Mark your calendars! Teen Christian Ministries is hosting the TCM Summer Splash on Saturday.
With school right around the corner, it's time for parents to start thinking about the safety of their budding athlete.
Police in Lafayette are looking for a runaway 14-year old.
Democratic nominee for Governor, Mike Ross, made his way to South Arkansas today.
The second annual Antique Show is back in South Arkansas.
Former WWE Champion Daniel Bryan chased down a burglar on foot, then locked him in a submission hold until cops arrived.
An East Baton Rouge Parish grand jury yesterday returned a nine felony count indictment against a Zachary woman for laundering more than $100,000
A Texas based Methodist group helped out Monroe and West Monroe residents by painting, repairing and doing yard work for those in need.
On Friday morning in Rayville, hundreds had fun preparing to go back to school.
In Ouachita Parish, no human cases of West Nile Virus have been reported, according to Mosquito Abatement. But, officials warn residents to remain vigilant.
When a group of LSU and LSU AgCenter professors visited Brazil universities last spring, it was more of a fact-finding mission.
Popsicles, frozen melons and frosty kegs help animals at the Phoenix Zoo beat the heat. Bruce Cooper reports.
Sci-fi fans converge on San Diego. Mark Barger reports.
This week's theatrical movie releases, including "Hercules" starring Dwayne Johnson, and "Lucy" starring Scarlett Johansson. Raphael Seth reports
Lower predicted sales numbers this back-to-school season have retailers competing with bargain bin sales this weekend. Chris Clackum reports.
Three Ouachita Parish teens have been arrested for throwing water bottles at cars.
The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH) is reporting the state's first West Nile virus death of 2014.
Lester Holt sat down with KTAL to talk about those early days.
Swanson Center for Youth in Monroe and its satellite facility in Columbia will be recommended for re-accreditation by the American Correctional Association (ACA)
Researchers from the University of California say those who are sleep-deprived are more likely to remember false details than those who are not.
The filmmakers behind that new "Jurassic Park" movie better add a lot more plumage to their computer-generated dinosaurs
Gray skies and rain matched the somber mood at a military base where the bodies of 74 victims of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 were taken for forensic identification Friday.
Members of the Louisiana 4-H Food and Fitness Board from throughout the state held their summer meeting in Baton Rouge July 15-17.
A Keithville man was sentenced Thursday to 60 months in prison and three years of supervised release for his part in stealing firearms from a Shreveport warehouse.
Clifford Tresner, associate professor of art at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, has been chosen to present works at two Louisiana exhibitions this summer.
The Louisiana Department of Revenue encourages families to retain their receipts while shopping for back-to-school items such as books, uniforms, supplies, and equipment required by schools.
Heatstroke caused by leaving a child unattended in a hot vehicle can kill in minutes.
A day after Israeli security forces killed at least two protesters amid a frenzied eruption of anger over the fatal shelling of a United Nations school, Palestinian leaders called for a "day of rage" Friday in the West Bank.
Owner-Director, Debbie Bourg and Teacher-Choreographer Kelsey Bourg Tanner join us to talk about a national dancing competition and their studio winning five divisions.
President/CEO from the Monroe-West Monroe Convention and Visitors Bureau, Alana Cooper join us to talk about this weekend events.
Director LATech SciTEC Center, Lindsey Kieth-Vincent and Stacy Campbell join us to talk about a workshop at LA Tech.
The state education board has hit a roadblock from Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration in its efforts to hire a law firm to pursue a possible lawsuit against the governor.
There is a way for kids to avoid abduction and it can be taught.
Updates about the Municipal Auditorium were addressed at the El Dorado city council meeting tonight.
Crews continue to decontaminate a creek that turned green this week.
Setting in New Orleans would be 'really cool,' director says.
Swanson Center for Youth in Monroe and its satellite facility in Columbia will be recommended for re-accreditation by the American Correctional Association (ACA) after an exhaustive audit this week, announced Office of Juvenile Justice (OJJ) Deputy Secretary Dr. Mary L. Livers.
Democratic nominee for Arkansas governor Mike Ross will visit Camden and El Dorado on Friday.
A two-year-long undercover investigation has resulted in the seizure of more than $517,000 in cash and seven people being charged for conspiracy to distribute cocaine, firearm violations, and other related drug charges in parishes across north Louisiana, U.S. Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced Thursday.
The Ouachita Parish Sheriff's Office is asking for help locating two missing juveniles.
Governor Bobby Jindal wrote an op ed column in The Greater Baton Rouge Business Report discussing why he no longer supports Louisiana taking part in Common Core standards.