Here is a list of closures and cancellations for March 5.
How you look can greatly affect how you feel. That's why a hair salon in Cary, North Carolina is offering free services to local cancer patients.
Monroe Regional Airport Director Ron Phillips announces that United and American Airlines have cancelled all of their remaining flight for Thursday.
An aircraft skidded on the runway at LaGuardia Airport and crashed into a fence as it tried to land amid a blinding wintry mix Thursday morning, Port Authority officials tell NBC 4 New York.
Today's viral video shows a friendly lion trying to get up close and personal with a group of humans.
Two more hospitals—one in California and one in Connecticut—reported they'd found drug-resistant "superbugs" on a hard-to-clean type of medical equipment that's under federal scrutiny.
Snow and ice strand drivers on Kentucky's Interstate 71.
Florida police stopped an oncoming train in time to rescue a dog that had been shot and tied to the tracks, police said Wednesday night.
North Korean state media called the knifing of the American ambassador to South Korea "punishment" as the U.S. Embassy in Seoul beefed up security following the attack on Mark Lippert.
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Division agents arrested a Mississippi man for alleged possession of stolen property on March 3.
Ouachita Sheriff’s deputies responded to an apparent gunshot victim last night.
Due to winter weather conditions and road closures, Waste Management customers in northeast Louisiana area may experience collection service delays on Thursday, March 5.
Susan G. Komen of Northeast Louisiana is offering a snow day deal for those that register for the Color Me For A Cure 5K.
The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus will phase out the show's iconic elephants from its performances by 2018.
Monroe Police are investigating a fatal hit and run that happened early Thursday morning.
State government offices are closed Thursday due to winter weather conditions.
Ramps along I-20 are closed due to the winter weather.
Hillary Clinton said on Wednesday night that she has asked the State Department to release all of her emails from her four years as secretary of state as the disclosure that she used a private email address for official government business shadowed her potential presidential campaign.
Former Mccall High School standout, who later starred at Baylor University, is now the Interim Head Coach for the Denver Nuggets.
Officials say it happened around 6 p.m. on Lou Drive in the Hillside Subdivision.
The Union Parish man accused of pointing a fully loaded 9mm handgun at two parish deputies over the weekend had his bail set at more than $90,000 at a hearing Wednesday in Third Judicial District Court in Farmerville.
The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development brought in 160,000 pounds of salt in preparation for possible icy conditions on Wednesday night.
As the ArkLaMiss is preparing for more icy winter weather, our local animal shelters are working to protect dogs and cats from the elements.
Governor Bobby Jindal issued a proclamation today declaring a state of emergency as a result of winter weather that is moving through Louisiana.
Terence Avery Green, a veteran Fulton County police detective, died after being shot in the head by a 32-year-old suspect with a history of run-ins with police.
A Wingspan official confirmed Wednesday that the company will reduce its staff. The company will be laying off over 100 local employees.
As forecasts indicate wintry weather conditions could impact northern and central Louisiana, the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development urges motorists to use caution when traveling on roads and bridges in affected areas.
Here's a pair of twins no one will have trouble telling apart: One is white, and one is black.
You consciously do the grip and grin. But you may unconsciously perform the shake and sniff. After pumping a person's hand during a greeting, some people take that moment of body-language reading to a deeper level.
Perhaps the best-known member of the Little Rock Nine, Ernest Green was among the first black students to integrate Central High following the 1954 U.S. Supreme Court decision in Brown v. Board of Education that declared segregation in public schools illegal.
Cascio's Tavern joins us in the kitchen to share their shrimp and grits recipe.
To tackle the problems facing the east side of I-20, they decided three heads are better than one.
Shoppers in El Dorado have a chance to save some money during a consignment shop sale going right now.
An Indian court has banned the publication of an interview with a convicted rapist, who blamed his victim and said she "should just be silent and allow the rape."
Quota International of West Monroe presents Night of the Cakes featuring Live and Silent Auctions & Dinner.
The Senate has failed to override the president's veto of a bill approving the Keystone XL pipeline.
The Morehouse Parish Sheriff's Office is requesting the public's assistance in locating a runaway juvenile.
The New Orleans Saints are releasing running back Pierre Thomas.
Enforcement officials with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission have cited a Sheridan man who shot and wounded a bald eagle Monday on Bayou Meto Wildlife Management Area. Garrett P. Davis admitted to shooting the eagle on the WMA in January.
Troopers are preparing for precipitation and freezing temperatures as the National Weather Service in Shreveport has issued a Winter Storm Warning for much of northern Louisiana which is in effect from 6 p.m. this evening to 9 a.m. Thursday.
Families saving for college continue to invest in 529 plans. Total assets in these tax-advantaged investment plans grew by 9.1 percent to $247.9 billion in 2014, according to a report by the College Savings Plans Network.
The New York City public school system is set to observe a pair of Muslim holidays for the first time.
KTVE was named 'Small Market Station of the Year by the Louisiana Association of Broadcasters at the Prestige Awards today in Baton Rouge.
United States Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced today that a Bastrop City woman pleaded guilty on Tuesday, to filing false tax returns.
A federal judge with the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas has denied a request to lift her Nov. 25 stay of an order invalidating the state's ban on same-sex marriage.
Louisiana Tech University’s Trenchless Technology Center is continuing to lead the field of underground infrastructure development across the globe.
The Justice Department has cleared Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson of civil rights violations in the shooting death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown.
Investigators from the Louisiana State Fire Marshal’s Office are continuing to piece together the cause of a fire that claimed the life of a 49-year old Mansura woman.
Scores of pot plants were seized and three people were arrested after one of them accidentally "butt-dialed" 911 and a dispatcher overheard their incriminating conversation about drugs, sheriff’s officials say.
Class proposal submissions are still being accepted for Southern Arkansas University’s inaugural “Mulerider Kids College” to be held this summer.