Rep. Tom Cotton defended his vote against the Farm Bill before a packed room of members of the Arkansas Farm Bureau on Tuesday in North Little Rock.
A group of Winnsboro volunteers wants to change the city's ordinance regarding animal euthanization.
Louisiana Tech quarterback Scotty Young has elected to forego his final year of eligibility and end his collegiate football career after obtaining his degree from Louisiana Tech University this summer.
Dr. Frank Pogue spoke on accomplishments and the future of GSU.
With less than two weeks before the election of the next Mayor of Tallulah, the candidates held another debate Tuesday night.
Congressman Vance McAllister is spotted by KTVE/KARD News Tuesday night at a meeting at the Ouachita Parish Rifle Range.
A man was arrested Sunday in connection with an April 5 incident where he threatened to blow himself up.
Union Parish sheriff’s investigators have charged a Farmerville teenager with a sexual battery that occurred during the weekend.
At George Welch Elementary School, students learned about renewable products and will plant a tree.
The Spice and Tea Exchange of West Monroe is encouraging shoppers to come out and find the right spices for the Summer grilling season.
Speedfest at Revolution Park this Saturday.
Ouachita Parish students and others learned how to take care of the planet.
A group of women in El Dorado, are sewing for a great cause.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday morning upheld Michigan's ban on using race as a factor in college admissions.
Arkansas Senator John Boozman is recovering after undergoing emergency heart surgery.
A day in court has been set for a former Winnfield Animal Control Officer, who faces multiple animal cruelty charges.
The burned body of a man found in a Tallulah neighborhood last week has now been identified.
Beef prices are soaring, and in February they hit record highs. While it's welcome news for ranchers and farmers, it's bad news for those looking forward to the upcoming grilling season.
Monroe Police report responding to a stabbing that happened in the 1700 block of S. 8th Street in Monroe at 2:45 a.m. Tuesday.
Monroe Police report responding to a pedestrian/vehicle accident that occurred at U.S. 165 and Renwick St. in Monroe at 10:30 p.m. Monday.
April 21-25 is officially the American Cancer Society, Relay for Life Week.
A crash on I-20 westbound near the Lincoln Parish line is slowing down traffic.
The Boy Scouts of America has revoked the charter of a Seattle church that refused to fire its pack's gay scoutmaster, according to a letter written by the organization's general counsel and provided to CNN by the church.
Walmart is trying out a new price comparison program.
A total of 155,567 of the estimated 225,000 Arkansans who qualify for health insurance through the Private Option had applied and been determined eligible as of March 31, surpassing expectations of the level of acceptance in the program’s first year.
Lifestyle Expert, Cathy Hobbs join us with the best tips, tricks, and latest must haves for keeping you environmentally in check.
Member of the Kiwanis Club of West Monroe, Dr. King Scott join us to talk about their upcoming event this week for their 18th annual pancake day.
Candidates for Arkansas' top offices, including Governor and the U.S. Senate race, are speaking to a group of farmers during a daylong forum.
Jane Gunn from the Travel Company join us today to talk about vacation get aways to Bora Bora and Tahiti, Island of the South Pacific.
Director of LATech SciTEC Center, Lindsey Kieth-Vincent join us to talk about upcoming events with the IDEA place and a experiment with microwaving peeps.
TV personality and parenting expert, Rosie Pope join us with tips for new moms and couples trying to conceive.
A Catahoula Parish grand jury indicts two teens for a fatal house fire that happened in February.
Grant Parish Deputies are investigating the shooting death of a 70-year-old woman.
According to Gamespot, the original Game Boy first appeared on April 21st back in 1989.
The author of a bill that would make the Holy Bible the official state book of Louisiana will not be pursued.
It may soon be illegal for Louisiana motorists to have a dog ride loose in the back of a pickup truck.
The El Dorado School Board is keeping safety and security at the top of their agenda.
To vote for Medicaid expansion or not. That's the question that Senate Bill 96 offers.
A booming art program in Monroe is working to change the way people view mental disabilities.
Summers are fun, but they can also be dangerous. Here's some important tips to keep in mind.
Leader from North Monroe will visit Baton Rouge on May 6th for Northern Exposure.
Amy inspires people to tackle just about any home improvement task as she hosts shows on HGTV and DIY, including Renovation Raiders, Sweat Equity, Bathroom Renovations, Blog Cabin, and This New House.
Sgt. Chris Jerkins will take women through a four-week course this summer.
Mike Anderson of Monroe says he's happy to return to the city for this 3rd Boston Marathon.
"The Voice" enters its live phase tonight.
Ever tried to transport a bottle of alcohol only to give up because it was too heavy or it broke? Meet your new best beverage friend: powdered booze.
Kraft is recalling 96,000 pounds of hot dogs because packaging labels were incorrect.
The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department will hold a Public Involvement Meeting in Hampton to discuss plans to widen 9 miles of Highway 167 in Calhoun County.
One man is dead and another in jail following a shooting in Ashley County on Easter Sunday.
Monroe Police are investigating an accident that left one person dead.