An 18-wheeler took out a power pole in Monroe, causing traffic delays on Highway 165.
Parents eager to carry both a baby and a gun on their bodies can now attend a class to show them how it’s done.
Red toy wagons, used to help caretakers to transport ill children to and from treatments and appointments, are a staple in the hallways of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.
British and Chinese scientists say they have developed a new paint that can be applied to clothes, paper, glass and steel to make resilient surfaces that can clean themselves even after being scratched or scuffed.
More teens who are killing themselves are choosing suffocation and strangling, government researchers reported Thursday. And more young women are committing suicide.
An American missionary who was kidnapped by armed men in Nigeria last month was released Friday, according to her church.
Got an idea on how to stop those annoying robocalls from interrupting your family dinners? The FTC wants to give you $50,000.
Yo quiero a ride! In amongst the TSA’s Instagram feed filled with photos of drugs, firearms, knives, grenades and other prohibited items found in carry-on or checked luggage, this harmless-looking Chihuahua certainly stands out.
Early Friday, State Fire Marshal investigators were dispatched to the Town of Lake Providence to investigate the circumstances of a deadly fire that destroyed a home and claimed the life of a 63-year-old resident.
One South Arkansas community isn't letting the cold stop the excitement of an annual festival.
This weekend the nation will stop to remember one of the most difficult and important times in our history.
DeltaStyle Magazine joined us for 'Fashion Friday' on 'Louisiana Living'.
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Division agents arrested a Hessmar man this morning, March 6, for his alleged involvement in the cutting down of trees on the Spring Bayou Wildlife Management Area (WMA) in Avoyelles Parish.
Officials say it happened around 6 p.m. Wednesday on Lou Drive in the Hillside Subdivision.
Daylight Saving Time arrives this weekend. Sleep experts say the lost hour of 'z's could affect your health.
Your landscape is there to be enjoyed by you and your family. It’s the setting for your home and provides a space for outdoor activities.
The recent surge of cold weather could be damaging to Louisiana’s wheat crop, depending on the severity and duration of the below-freezing temperatures, according to LSU AgCenter wheat specialist Josh Lofton.
A bill under consideration in Tallahassee would make it illegal to use a public bathroom not designated for the sex you were at birth.
Although our lawns are still dormant this month, you can begin to plan your strategy to have an attractive, healthy lawn this summer. Because the grass is still dormant, most lawns look relatively bad now, so don’t judge yours too harshly at this point.
Beneath the mighty, majestic live oaks surrounded by gardenias, Southern magnolias, azaleas and sweet olives stands the camellia – what many in the South may refer to as “the queen of the garden.”
Two Vietnamese citizens and one Canadian have been charged in a series of data breaches in which hackers infiltrated at least eight email service providers in the U.S. and stole more than a billion email addresses, the U.S. Justice Department announced Friday.
The Food and Drug Administration has approved the first so-called biosimilar — that's a generic version of a biologic as opposed to a chemically synthesized drug.
The Labor Department's monthly jobs report may be an indicator of the health of the overall job market in the near-term, but there are specific jobs that have the most promise for growth, according to government data.
Thieves are using stolen credit card data to make bogus purchases on Apple Pay, Apple's mobile payment system.
As cheap oil and Western sanctions continue to batter Russia's economy, President Vladimir Putin slashed Kremlin salaries -- including his own -- by 10% Friday, according to state news service Tass.
On March 18, 2015, Make-A-Wish will welcome new wish granters in the Monroe area. There are many pending wishes in this area that need to be granted quickly.
The Cinderella Project kicks off Friday afternoon and will be giving away hundreds of prom dresses for any high school juniors and seniors.
Some of the biggest tech companies in the world want to convince the Supreme Court that gay marriage should be legal in all 50 states.
One person has died in an early morning house fire in Lake Providence.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe will hold its 10th annual Wine Over Water event from 7-10 p.m., Thursday, April 9. As one of ULM’s premier events, Wine Over Water provides the opportunity to support ULM’s scholarship funding.
For years, the men’s basketball team at the University of Louisiana at Monroe was marred by poor Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores.
You knew getting too little sleep was bad for you, but did you know it might help pack on the pounds?
Harrison Ford was "battered but OK" Thursday after his vintage World War II training plane lost engine power and crash-landed on a California golf course, authorities and family members said.
The 57th annual circus is filled with tons of acts from tight rope walking, elephants, juggling and much more. Tickets are on sale now.
The U.S. job-creation engine remained revved up in February, defying Old Man Winter and expectations for lower growth, government data showed on Friday.
The song, called 'Bats and Fireflies' is now available on iTunes, Google and Amazon.
Authorities need your help locating a man who is missing in Texarkana, Arkansas.
The snow and ice may be melting, but temperatures still dip below freezing. That spells a bad night for folks like Antoine Dixon, without a roof over his head.
The Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education met today in the Baton Rouge. First item in the agenda was participation rates in common core testing.
Gov. Bobby Jindal's budget proposal for next year would continue a higher education incentive fund that steers money to high-demand job programs.
Louisiana fishermen will soon be able to navigate through hurricane season a little easier.
The Ouachita Parish Sheriff's Office has arrested at least one man after a high-speed pursuit.
Seventy-five scientists from around the globe on Thursday sent a letter to President Barack Obama, urging the federal government not to move ahead with use of seismic airguns in the Atlantic Ocean for oil and gas exploration.
Futuristic action film "Chappie" hits theaters this weekend.
Following a review of 22 private collection agencies, the U.S. Department of Education announced today that it will wind down contracts with five private collection agencies that were providing inaccurate information to borrowers.
Doctors say the freezing weather conditions are causing an increase in infections and illness.
Actor Harrison Ford was seriously injured Thursday when a vintage World War II training plane he was piloting crash landed on a Mar Vista, California, golf course.
An El Dorado woman accused in New Mexico of trying to poison her ex-husband takes a plea deal for six months jail time.
Here is a list of all the events happening this weekend in the ArkLaMiss.
Come and join the ranger for a guided night walk at Black Bayou Lake. Normally the refuge closes at dusk so this is a chance to see it at a different time.