The bipartisan infrastructure law granted federal firefighters a big pay bump. Amid a looming government shutdown, that wage increase will expire, leaving first responders unsure about their income.
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LOUISIANA CIVIL RIGHTS MARKER UNVEILED AT TEXAS AND PACIFIC RAILWAY DEPOT IN NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANALieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser and the Louisiana Office of Tourism were joined today by the National Park Service, the Cane River National Heritage Area, and the City of Natchitoches to unveil the 13th marker on the Louisiana Civil Rights Trail
Discover Monroe-West Monroe will host its 3rd annual Monroe-West Monroe Pumpkin Decorating Contest during the month of October.
A Hollywood strike of nearly five months appears about to end as a tentative deal has been reached between unionized screenwriters and the studios, streaming services and production companies that hire them.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez of New Jersey defiantly pushed back against federal corruption charges on Monday, saying cash authorities found in his home was from his savings account and was on hand for emergencies, it wasn’t bribe proceeds.
Join in the fun as The ULM International and Multicultural Affairs department presents the Mid-Autumn Harvest Moon FestivalThe University of Louisiana Monroe International and Multicultural Affairs department presents the Mid-Autumn Harvest Moon Festival at 6 p.m., Wednesday, September 27th, at the Hangar (SUB Ballrooms).
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A new exhibition at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures celebrates the life and outrageous cinema of John Waters, queer icon and proud maker of "filth."
An effort to diversify genetic studies has led to a discovery about Parkinson's disease in people of African descent.
Having this virus is bad enough at home, where you might spend hours hugging the toilet. Imagine having it out camping. Investigators wanted to find out how backpackers were getting and spreading it.
A private Louisiana zoo says that federal regulators overreached last week when they took away an ailing giraffe.
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