Fresh off their final debate performance, Congressman Bill Cassidy and Sen. Mary Landrieu are again on the campaign trail.
On Thursday night, hundreds gathered to say their final goodbyes to a prominent Monroe attorney.
Officials broke ground in Vidalia for a new information technology center, helping the city jump on the fast track for 21st century broadband capabilities.
A single candle lit in the darkness, remembering a life snuffed out in violence.
Grambling State University is dealing with a $3.7 million deficit and interim President Dr. Cynthia Warrick has laid out a plan to deal with the shortfall.
Two children were killed, another seriously injured after a truck hit them while walking to school in Breaux Bridge.
A new medical technology will soon be available in northeast Louisiana to help patients with severe vision issues.
The Arkansas State Crime Lab has confirmed the cause of death of a Drew County man whose house caught on fire on October 21.
Thousands take part in early voting, Landrieu is rolling out another Clinton and a new poll provides good news for the Abraham campaign.
Senator Mary Landrieu said Thursday that the issue of race is a major reason that President Barack Obama has struggled politically in Southern states.
Ed Tarpley, a Republican candidate for Congress, was a guest on Louisiana Living Thursday.
Deputies have arrested a second suspect in connection to the Beverly Carter case.
Kids can trade in their uneaten Halloween candy for a cool toy thanks to Operation Troop Treats.
Educators at a local elementary school are taking part in a training program to help improve the reading skills of their students.
Two Bridge City men pled guilty to violations for the illegal red snapper sales in Jefferson Parish on Oct. 28.
A birthday party took a negative turn in El Dorado last night.
A South Arkansas church is giving away heaters and they need your help.
If you are looking for a good read at a cheap price, Barton Library in El Dorado says they have it.
The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg District will begin dredging the Vicksburg Harbor on Nov. 3, 2014. The dredging project is scheduled to take 11 days.
A candidate for Lieutenant Governor in Arkansas made his way to El Dorado.
With Halloween fast approaching, it’s time to stock up on candy, spooky decor and more importantly - tips to keep your kids safe this Halloween. Who better to answer all the questions that parents have this Halloween than seasoned parent, pediatrician and co-host of The Doctors, Dr. Jim Sears.
Researchers at the University of Washington create software to help better track Ebola outbreaks.
Helmet camera captures high-speed collision between deer and motorcyclist.
MPD Recommends the Following Safety Tips for This Halloween:
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) Education Program coordinated activities at the annual Mother-Child FUN Camp Oct. 3 through 5 at the Woodworth Outdoor Education facility.
Bill Cosby won't be promoting his new comedy tour on Queen Latifah's talk show ... because the Queen and her crew got cold feet after rape allegations resurfaced.
Whenever Daniel Wolfs pulls up to the taxi stand, people turn their heads. No wonder, given the roaring of the 660-horsepower V8 engine that has helped him earn the status of Germany’s fastest cab driver.
A North Carolina man who was featured in a Nightly News story last month about foreign fighters attempting to join the fighting in Syria pleaded guilty on Thursday to terrorism charges.
A small airplane plowed into the top of a flight safety center at an airport in Kansas after losing engine power on takeoff Thursday, killing at least four people, injuring five and leaving four others missing, officials said.
Senator Mark Pryor and Congressman Tom Cotton are locked in one of the most expensive and lengthy Senate races we have ever seen.
Before watching the big football game you can whip up your favorite tailating dish and enter it in the the 2014 Duck Commander Independence Bowl Cook Off.
The American economy had a smooth summer. Gross domestic product increased 3.5% between July and September, according to the U.S. Commerce Department. It exceeded analysts' expectations and offered more proof of an economy gaining momentum.
Ignoring a request that she stay isolated inside her home, nurse Kaci Hickcox rode her bicycle through Fort Kent, Maine Thursday morning, following a path she set out on overnight.
There have be over 2000 cases of male breast cancer in the U.S. so far this year. It is estimated that about 430 of those men will die of cancer. So what should men do to keep themselves healthy?
The University of Louisiana at Monroe’s American Chemical Society student chapter was recently recognized as a “Green Chemistry Student Chapter,” and also honored with a “Commendable Award,” both presented by the American Chemical Society.
Senator Mary Landrieu, Congressman Bill Cassidy and Rob Maness took part in their final debate before the November 4 election.
Beginning just after 8 p.m. Tuesday, the main police scanner traffic began airing messages of "Pows" and word of an active shooter, but it was all a training exercise.
Byron McCoy, age 34, of West Monroe was arrested after a traffic stop in West Monroe in connection with Wednesday's Robbery of a Centric Federal Credit Union.
Visitation has been scheduled for prominent Monroe defense attorney Charles Kincade.
After four months of helping the NOPD patrol the streets of the French Quarter, State Police are preparing to move out.
Holiday can pose significant dangers and hazards for dogs and cats.
As the Pay It Forward truck got set up on Wednesday morning, Nakia Owens spotted it right away.
Republican Congressional candidate Dr. Ralph Abraham was a guest on 'Louisiana Living' Wednesday.
Workshops are being offered across Arkansas to inform leaders about the grant application process.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz is endorsing Zach Dasher in the 5th District Congressional race.
Some students training to be caregivers in El Dorado, are speaking out against new online training.
The speed of treatment can make a difference in a patient's potential recovery.
Thanks to some grants, the El Dorado Fire department has made some upgrades. Residents should start noticing a new vehicle and uniforms.
The El Dorado Police Department tells us someone has been vandalizing the Veterans Affairs Outpatient Clinic for the past two weeks.
Attention Verizon Wireless customers: you may be getting tracked online. The mobile carrier has been using technology that assigns unique identification codes to users as they browse the Web on their phones, sparking privacy concerns.