If you ever find yourself sitting at the stoplight on the intersection of 18th Street and Texas Avenue in Monroe, you might have been wondering where mysterious jazz music is coming from.
Ouachita Parish Sheriff's Deputies said they received a report of a burglary at a West Monroe business during the early hours of Tuesday morning.
551 new laws go into effect in Louisiana starting Friday.
Just in time for the beginning of the school year, during the first weekend of August, Arkansas and Louisiana will hold its annual sales tax holiday.
You can find a lot of things on Craigslist, and a sign from above is apparently one of them, according to a Metairie elderly woman.
Gov. Bobby Jindal is blasting President Barack Obama's administration for providing few details to Louisiana officials about the more than 1,000 unaccompanied immigrant children who have been released to sponsors here.
Dozens of teachers were trained on Thursday by educators from NASA.
The Morehouse Parish Sheriff's Office reports they have found a young man missing since Wednesday.
Two different polls in the Arkansas U.S. Senate race is showing two results.
The Monroe Public Defender says she'll make sure the court is just and fair if elected.
Travelers beware. There's a company targeting this area with a cruise scam.
Governor Bobby Jindal is pressing the White House for more information on the 1,071 unaccompanied immigrant children that are now living in Louisiana.
School Districts across the Arklamiss are using technology to increase student involvement.
U.S. Senator David Vitter (R-La.) said today that the Obama administration is hiding numbers about how many unaccompanied alien children (UAC) are in Louisiana.
Beginning August 1st, 2014, numerous laws and amendments passed during the 2014 Louisiana Legislative Session will affect motorists throughout the state.
Today, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries announced the reopening of certain state inshore and Gulf of Mexico waters that were previously closed due to oiling from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill.
Shoppers in Arkansas and Louisiana will get some bang for their buck this weekend.
El Dorado police have made two arrests in connection to a Monday shooting.
Monroe Police Officers report they are still searching for a suspect in an armed robbery that occurred over the weekend.
Diabetic girl reunited with service dog after he was stolen by a trainer.
Craving a slice while out on your boat? If you're on Michigan's Long Lake, you're in luck.
Local organizations are co-sponsoring a Planning Pollinator Habitat on Working Farms Workshop from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 9, 2014.
The Monroe-West Monroe Convention & Visitors Bureau (MWMCVB) recently awarded Ralph Calhoun, Museum Director of the Biedenharn Museum and Gardens, with a scholarship to attend the 2014 Southeast Tourism Society’s (STS) Marketing College.
The Louisiana Department of Education announced today the number of college credits earned in 2014 by Louisiana students on Advanced Placement (AP®) exams increased by more than 1,250 credits over results in 2013 - the greatest increase in number of credits earned in state history.
Farmers are worried their operations may come under increased federal scrutiny as the U.S. EPA and Army Corps of Engineers seek to clarify which waters are subject to Clean Water Act regulations.
Earth's powerful gravity tugged the moon into its oddball shape long ago, shortly after both bodies formed, a new study suggests.
The Justice Department says an average of 110 people in the U.S. die from drug overdoses every day — more than those killed by gunshot wounds or car crashes.
In Afghanistan, a new therapist is talking with soldiers. Her name is Ellie, she is the face of a computer program and she could be the key to identifying PTSD in America’s military.
Since 1983, the Louisiana Nursing Home Association (LNHA)—headquartered in Baton Rouge—has held the Louisiana Nursing Home Senior Olympics.
Paul Richards, civil engineer with the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Vicksburg District, has returned from a nine-month deployment to Kabul, Afghanistan, in support of Overseas Contingency Operations.
At least four vaccines are being developed to protect people against Ebola, including one that protects monkeys completely against the deadly virus.
Allison Williams, star of HBO's "Girls" and a classically-trained singer, has been cast as Peter Pan in NBC's telecast of "Peter Pan Live!" coming this winter.
The Wraparound is hosting a back to school bash to give free backpacks to children.
Depending on their location, Israelis have as little as 15 seconds to find shelter when Hamas launches rocket attacks from inside the Gaza Strip.
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Tablet sales are "crashing," says Best Buy's CEO! IPad sales are sinking fast! Is this the beginning of the end for the tablet?
A man is now behind bars after police say he broke into a church, stole music equipment, and then wrote an apology letter to the church and police.
Sierra Leone’s president declared a state of emergency Thursday over the largest outbreak of the Ebola virus in history, drafting in security forces and placing restrictions on movement to combat the spread of the deadly virus.
As California starts handing out its first fines to water-wasters, new data reveals the state’s crippling drought conditions have never been worse.
A two-part delegation of Matsue City Hall representatives and residents will visit New Orleans between August 2 and August 11 to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the sister city relationship between New Orleans and Matsue, Japan.
The Israeli military said Thursday that it is calling up 16,000 additional reservists, bolstering its forces for its fight against Hamas in Gaza after a request for more ammunition from the United States.
Back to school shopping can be a daunting task -- especially for families who need the extra help.
The city of Monroe officially opened 12 new horseshoe pits at Chennault Park on Wednesday.
The police department has seen three resignations in the last month, leaving a hole behind that needs filling.
A man accused in a six-year-old homicide in Lake Charles is now in FBI custody.
Troubles continue to mount for a Shreveport pastor who in February was convicted on sex crimes in U.S. District court in February.
An airstrike hits an open air market. An explosion rocks a school-turned-shelter. A booby-trapped tunnel explodes.
Now that Utah hunters have the go-ahead to shoot crows later this year, will they also eat the birds as the rules require?
The only abortion clinic in Mississippi can remain open after a federal appeal.
The Mini Cooper Countryman was only one of a dozen small cars to get a "Good" rating in the latest round of "small overlap front crash" tests from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.