A Monroe man is behind bars at Caddo Correction Center charged in a Shreveport murder, following his arrest by federal agents Thursday.
Monroe Firefighters responded to a fire at the Little Flower Academy on S. 16th Street on Friday.
Rotarians and friends are invited to join the Rotary Club of West Monroe for their annual golf tournament on May 8 at Black Bear Gold Club in Delhi.
Ouachita Parish Relay for Life is happening now at West Monroe High School stadium.
Two students and two adults were arrested during the lockdowns at Richwood Middle and High school.
Kinesiology students at Louisiana Tech have a new place to learn. The department transformed a run down weight room into a high tech lab.
The Ouachita Parish Sheriff's Office received an anonymous call this morning saying a student had a gun.
Governor Bobby Jindal has responded to IBM after the tech giant sent a letter to the Governor expressing concerns over House Bill 707.
Clean Harbors in El Dorado will be collecting household hazardous waste items on Saturday.
An ornamental grass called Fireworks purple fountain grass (Pennisetum setaceum Fireworks) has been selected by the LSU AgCenter as a Louisiana Super Plant for spring 2015. And, wow, are you going to be impressed by the colorful foliage of this grass.
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) Enforcement Division agents cited two subjects in Terrebonne Parish for alleged oyster violations on April 15.
The communication program at the University of Louisiana at Monroe will welcome Dr. Stephen Hartnett to ULM April 21 to present, “Prison Pedagogies and Social Justice in the Age of Ferguson.”
It's been a wild week for "Star Wars" fans, what with the release of a new trailer for "The Force Awakens" leaving many viewers openly in tears on Thursday.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee is going to offer supporters some clarity on his potential presidential bid on Friday night, his spokesman said.
Middle-class Americans are eating out too much and it's hurting them financially.
A new Kansas law tells poor families that they can't use cash assistance from the state to attend concerts, go swimming, get tattoos, see a psychic or buy lingerie. The list of don'ts runs to several dozen items.
A passenger aboard a Southwest Airlines flight leaving Chicago was removed from the plane Thursday after officials said she poked her seatmate with a pen to stop him from snoring.
Out of concern for the safety of our members, supporters and their pets during the forecasted thunderstorms on Sunday, we have rescheduled this event until Sunday, April 19th, from 2 – 4 PM.
On Saturday, April 25th, 2015 from 11 am – 4 pm at the Monroe Petco, PAWS of Northeast Louisiana is teaming up with multiple local animal shelters and rescue groups in an effort to locate permanent, loving homes for numerous homeless dogs and cats.
A Melbourne, FL man was arrested this week after a concerned citizen reported the man was naked, trying to get into locked vehicles and was performing sexual acts on a nearby tree.
Dr. Krishna Bista, the Chase Endowed Professor of Education at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, presented his research at the 59th annual conference of the Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) held in Washington, D.C.
Monroe Police Chief Quentin Holmes has scheduled a body cam community meeting on April 21, 2015 at 6:00pm.
Mayor Jamie Mayo and the Monroe City Council are to pleased to join Community Affairs Director John Ross, Louisiana Purchase Gardens & Zoo Director Joe Clawson and the Monroe Garden Club to announce a ribbon cutting 10 am Wednesday, April 22, 2015, at the Louisiana Purchase Gardens & Zoo.
U.S. Senator David Vitter (R-La.) today announced staff satellite office hours for residents of Morehouse, West Carroll and East Carroll Parishes next week.
When your credit card is lost or stolen you want to shut it down right away to prevent fraudulent transactions.
The Office of Continuing Education at the University of Louisiana at Monroe provides various certificate, licensure, leisure and learning, technology, and personal development courses for those seeking to gain extra experience, or learn a new trade.
Nearly six years later and finally two Little Rock army recruiters -- shot by an Islamic extremist -- will be receiving the honor so many people feel they deserve.
A central Arkansas family is reunited after their efforts to clear up immigration status kept them apart for more than two years.
Sleep apnea may hasten memory and thinking declines, leading to earlier diagnoses of mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease, suggests a study released Thursday.
The Lincoln Parish Sheriff's Office is investigating the theft of lawn equipment.
West Monroe High School presents its spring musical, "High School Musical," opening April 23, 2015.
Check out the downtown RiverMarket Food Truck Festival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday April 18, 2015.
In this IDEA Place experiment, Dubach School 6th grade student WIll Reppond joins Lindsey Keith-Vincent to showcase explaining the link between snoring and vibration.
A major oil company announces another round of layoffs and Apple is buying a forest the size of San Francisco in today's AG and Energy Report.
A pair of accidents shuts down a portion of Louisville Avenue during the lunch time rush.
The leaders of Monroe daytime learning center "Child's Play II" came to Thursday's Monroe City School Board meeting wanting to start a new charter school.
A Walmart employee in Texas is accused of stealing $240,000 from the store where she worked.
Raising revenue at the State Capitol, celebrity support for a Jindal presidential run and good news for Jindal in New Hampshire.
The Louisiana Senate Finance Committee met for the first time to discuss the budget and its $1.6 billion deficit.
Big things are planned for the Farmerville community beginning with the Nationwide Crappie Masters Tournament hosted at D'Arbonne Point.
Louisiana Lt. Governor Jay Dardenne says lawmakers need to find a way to prevent further cuts to higher education during this legislative session.
Here is a list of events that are taking place this weekend.
Have some kids who are interested in taking up fishing? Come and learn about knot-tying, practice casting, using a cane pole, aquatic insects, and of course we will fish.
We're getting ready to walk in March for Babies! It promises to be a fun day out with people who share our passion for improving the health of babies.
Police across Arkansas are cracking down on texting and driving. It's an effort they say is aimed at keeping people safe.
The public will get its first chance to see the Monroe St. Jude Dream Home this weekend.
An undercover operation by State Fire Marshal investigators, which began last week culminated yesterday in criminal and civil charges being lodged against five (5) men.
Expect delays on I-20 westbound near the Civic Center exit for a crash.
Students have turned to Crowdfunding to pay for their college education. They say it's a simple way to get college paid for, without the burden of having to pay the money back with interest.
The Overcome Concert will be held on April the 25th.