The scorching dog days of August and unforeseen mechanical failures have sidelined the air conditioning units at two different Morehouse Parish schools this past week.
A Monroe Police Applicants Day began bright and early on Wednesday and police recruiters report many who applied are moving on the next stage of hiring.
A Minnesota professor pleaded guilty to contacting a minor in Union Parish in order to start a sexual relationship, U.S. Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced Tuesday.
Country Music Superstar Clint Black to Perform in El Dorado
David Vitter is criss crossing the state holding informational forums, not as the junior senator from Louisiana, but as candidate for Governor in 2015.
Grambling State University Interim President Dr. Cynthia Warrick visited Louisiana Living to talk about her time so far leading GSU.
Cool weather this spring has led to a late corn harvest. This could slow production time for other crops being harvested in late August.
Boston Marathon bombing survivor James Costello and Krista D'Agostino, a nurse who helped care for him during his rehabilitation, got married this past weekend thanks to the donations of a host of businesses.
In South Arkansas, students are bringing in the new school year with healthier food choices. El Dorado schools in particular are implementing healthier food options for students.
The U.S. Senator is currently on the campaign trail as he tries to become Louisiana's next Governor. On Wednesday, he spoke with health care leaders to discuss the issues they face.
The Pioneer Darnell Water System is experiencing problems with the water supply system due to a contractor cutting a water main.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is aware of and constantly monitoring the presence of Asian tiger prawns, a non-native species, in Louisiana waters.
The Brown Bag Lunch Concert series returns next week at the Pavilion at Seventh Square in West Monroe.
A rare blue lobster caught off the coast of Maine has been spared the boiling pot for a new home.
Ouachita Parish Mosquito Abatement District will be conducting aerial spraying for mosquitoes Wednesday night.
A Beef Cattle and Forage Field Day will be held Oct. 16 at the Dean Lee Research and Extension Center here.
A Louisiana teen died on Tuesday after he was hit by a fellow student on school grounds on Monday.
The four-year Connect My Louisiana broadband Internet initiative of the LSU AgCenter is providing touchscreen computers, 3-D printers and other high-tech equipment to local offices for public use.
The ability to transfer wealth from one generation to the next is the driving force behind ending intergenerational poverty.
CASA of Northeast Louisiana is holding a new volunteer training class in September to ready enough volunteers to serve over 100 local children currently in need of an advocate.
Neil Young is bailing on his wife after 35 years of marriage, but he's not turning his back on their son ... an adult with special needs.
YMCA List of events: 318-366-9438 is the designated YMCA line to call and leave a message for all football matters. This will ensure that we get back to you faster.
Attorney General Buddy Caldwell announces the extension of time to submit MoneyGram Remission Forms from November 15, 2013 to September 30, 2014.
Discovery is permanently pulling the plug on its hit show "Sons of Guns" ... as the show's star faces child rape charges.
A West Monroe man "Pays it Forward" to a family in need.
CenturyLink today announced the grand opening of its new data center in the greater Toronto area.
Below are the following checkpoint hours and dates for the month of September 2014.
The fight is said to have lasted a half-hour and pitted a leopard against a woman armed only with a farm tool in an isolated field in India. Kalama Devi, at 54 years old, won.
LA 4, East of Winnsboro in Franklin Parish, 1 mile west of the intersection of LA 4 and LA 578, will be closed September 8, 2014 until approximately March, 2015 while crews perform bridge replacement.
The Louisiana Department of Education today announced round two of Jump Starting Jump Start grants aimed at increasing career guidance, apprenticeships, and internships provided to Louisiana high school students participating in Jump Start.
The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Vicksburg District is scheduled to begin work on the Steel Bayou Drainage Structure Outlet Channel Repair Project near the Mississippi Highway 465 bridge beginning after September 1, 2014.
A South Arkansas community had the opportunity to learn about public operations in their area.
Israel’s prime minister came under fire from members of his own government on Wednesday after he agreed at an open-ended truce with Hamas militants in Gaza.
Director of Athletics, Brian Wickstorm join us to talk about Wake Forest vs. ULM CamoOut football game Thursday, August 28, 2014 at Malone Stadium.
A mother's plea to the terrorists holding her son hostage: No individual should be punished for events he cannot control.
Dorene Bell-Highshaw, House of Styles owner and Silas White "Mr. 5-Star" join us to talk about this years Fashion & Hair Extravaganza event taking place Labor Day weekend.
Senator David Vitter join us to talk about how his government campaign is sponsoring five Leadership Forums around the state to focus on key challenges in Louisiana.
Judge Wendell Manning join us to talk about a celebration of prayer called the Red Mass for the official opening of court for the 4th Judicial District.
An Arizona man is dead following an accidental shooting at a gun range.
Educators and counselors from NASA Stennis Space Center recently conducted a three-day “train-the-trainer” Astro Camp, focusing on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), at Louisiana Tech University’s SciTEC Center.
Governor Jindal is suing the federal government over Common Core.
Once the council landed on the budget amendment item on their agenda Tuesday night, the tensions flared up.
The old Tallulah High School sits abandoned with windows boarded up and graffiti staining its historic walls.
Residents at the Northeast Louisiana War Veterans Home got a special treat on Tuesday.
The family of a West Monroe veteran was presented a special flag by Senator David Vitter, (R) La., on Tuesday.
Senator David Vitter, (R) La., hosted a pro-life rally at a West Monroe church Tuesday evening.
Law enforcement officials said they've busted a prostitution ring in Louisiana and they believe it involved human trafficking.
Plans are underway for the Murphy USA Classic, formerly known as the Boomtown Classic, college football game to return to El Dorado, with the Southern Arkansas University Muleriders meeting the Henderson State University Reddies.
Mayor Jamie Mayo and the Monroe City Council announce the following will be closed in observance of the September 1, 2014, Labor Day Holiday
LouisianaJobConnection.com launched its innovative matching system for job seekers, helping them connect to hundreds of employers who are offering thousands of jobs in Louisiana.