Check out all of the events happening in the ArkLaMiss this weekend.
Rhea Lana's of Monroe Consignment to be held Friday, March 6, 2015 - 9:00am to Monday, March 9, 2015 - 7:00pm.
Proceeds from this fundraiser provide the surrounding community with a variety of services that are known and unique to Quota.
A day does not go by where cyber security is not in the news: Target, Home Depot, Sony, the list goes on and on. In fact, according to a recent national survey, cyber security is the number one issue on the minds of American companies.
Schools in South Arkansas were back in session today after being closed due to the winter weather.
Zoo keepers say during cold weather conditions special plans have to made for the animals. They say though they have a coat of fur, that doesn't mean they are automatically going to be warm.
There's an app for almost everything -- but don't bet your life on one that promises to detect skin cancer.
People struggling with thoughts of suicide or self-harm often drop hints to friends in conversation, in emails — even on Facebook.
The Ouachita Parish District Attorney's office is investigating a residency complaint against current Monroe City School Board President, Rodney McFarland.
The West Monroe Police officer involved in a deadly shooting pleaded not guilty Thursday during his arraignment.
North Monroe Water System in Ouachita Parish has issued a boil order for some of their customers after a utility crew cut a water main.
Apple has announced that it will hold a "special" event on Monday, March 9 in San Francisco.
The bankrupt company's name and trademarks will be sold separately from its thousands of physical stores.
KFC's 100% edible coffee cups are lined with white chocolate. KFC is planning to brew up something quirky for its customers in the United Kingdom -- a 100% edible chocolate coffee cup.
If 2014 was the "Year of the Recall," 2015 will be following close behind.
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has won a major victory in the courtroom of Judge David Doty.
A Harvey woman faces dozens of felony charges for falsifying information on her own tax return and those of clients of her tax preparation business.
The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development announces several roads in northern Louisiana remain closed because of winter conditions.
The Florida father accused of tossing his 5-year-old daughter to her death from bridge is mentally incompetent to stand trial, a judge ruled Thursday.
Ice and snow created an avalanche of blood drive cancellations for LifeShare Blood Centers from donor groups located in northeast Louisiana and southeast Arkansas.
Army Pfc. Bailey Swaggart of West Monroe died while deployed in Kenya.
A criminal investigation was underway after a volunteer fireman in Hunt County posted a picture of two dead dogs with a message to his neighbors that he had warned them to keep the animals away from his house.
After years of heated public debate, the Federal Communications Commission on Thursday passed "net neutrality" rules: They allow the agency to prohibit Internet service providers from granting faster access to companies that pay for the privilege.
Kentucky dog trainer says she's taught her dog to read, and can do the same with other canines as well.
Arron Lewis, the Jacksonville man charged in the kidnapping and murder of a local realtor back in September, has been declared fit to stand trial following a mental evaluation.
A deadly accident on an Arkansas interstate involving four big trucks has claimed the life of a Wisconsin man.
A bill abolishing the death penalty drew passionate debate Tuesday before passing a senate committee.
A key Senate panel has advanced the nomination of Loretta Lynch, President Barack Obama's pick to be the next attorney general.
Over the past few days with the winter weather, LifeShare Blood center has lost several blood drives and the possibility of over 300 units.
Mayor Jamie Mayo is pleased to invite the public to attend the Annual City of Monroe State of the City Address Thursday, April 30, 2015, in the Monroe Civic Center Arena.
Stewart Cathey Jr. visited 'Louisiana Living' to talk about his run for State Senate in District 35.
Attorney General Buddy Caldwell is proud to join businesses, nonprofit organizations and government agencies across the country in recognizing National Consumer Protection Week, March 1-7, 2015.
As fewer people have been hitting the cafe on their way to the office or the gym, Starbucks is expanding in the grocery store aisles to boost their business.
The U.S. Postal Service announced on Monday that Maya Angelou will be honored with a Forever Stamp.
Monroe City Public Works will run their garbage and trash services Thursday, February 26th through Saturday, February 28th in order to catch up on routes due to this week's inclement weather.
Ramps along I-20 remain closed this morning.
Kappa Delta Sorority at ULM Presents their annual 5K Color Run on Saturday, March 14, 2015 at Forsthye Park Monroe, LA
Geneva Academy will host a Wig and Stache Bash, February 28th at Vantage Health Towers at 6:30.
Which foods are most likely to make us sick, and the Eiffel Tower in Paris is going green with wind turbines.
The Living Well Foundation is holding its annual update to the community luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, March 10, at the West Monroe Convention Center.
Early Thursday morning, a single vehicle crash involving a school bus injured eleven children and the driver. A large amount of mud was on the road, which is considered a factor in the crash.
Agents with the Union Parish sheriff’s Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs made two drug-related arrests Tuesday.
Business will be back to normal for the City of Monroe starting on Thursday.
We had a pretty thick blanket of snow across the ArkLaMiss -- something a lot of us are not used to dealing with in the South.
Local school officials say districts will have to adjust the rest of their year after missing school this week.
If you've been intrigued by the idea of smartphone-activated door locks but aren't quite ready to get out the drill and install one, the ultra-simple Sesame might be for you.
Commissioner of Administration Kristy Nichols announced today that state government offices will be closed Thursday, February 26 in the following parishes across Louisiana.
The changeover from rain to sleet to snow took some time on Thursday. South Arkansas was among the first to see snow in our area.
Wintry weather has forced some local municipalities to shut down operations for several days. Will these closures cause consequences for north Louisiana cities and their economies?
Louisiana Tech University, including Tech-Barksdale and the Shreveport Center, will resume normal class schedules and campus operations at 12:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 26.