At least 37 people were killed and dozens more were missing or feared dead Wednesday after a magnitude 6.2 earthquake and a series of aftershocks struck several towns in central Italy.
CenturyLink, Inc. is inviting citizens to contribute new, unopened school supplies to help students impacted by recent flooding in southern Louisiana.
Zoo admission rates are officially set to increase after the Monroe City Council passed the fee proposal in their meeting Tuesday.
The Monroe City School Board cleared most of its agenda within 15 minutes Tuesday night and took no action on an executive session to discuss the ongoing consent decree.
A lack of funds flowing for the Ouachita-Black Navigation Project poses a challenge to maintaining operations along the 338 miles of river that runs from Arkansas into Louisiana.
As the hard work of recovery continues following the Acadiana flooding, local organizations and groups are hosting supply drives to ship needed items to the region.
FEMA is working with state and local officials to provide rental aid, but efforts hampered by lack of available housing
The Good Samaritans who rescued hundreds, maybe thousands of people during the Great Flood of 2016 not happy after a state lawmaker announced that he wants government regulations on future actions by the citizen heroes.