Nydja Hood, KNOE 8 News

Nydja Hood

KNOE 8 News

Monroe, LA, United States

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Past articles by Nydja:

Fatality reported in Monday morning crash on I-20 in West Monroe

Police say a vehicle was stopped on I-20 when it was hit by a truck. → Read More

The Salvation Army raises money for a good cause through Eight Hours of Caring Telethon

KNOE partnered with The Salvation Army for the Eight Hours of Caring Telethon on Thursday, September 24. All of this money will help make it possible for The Salvation Army to continue serving underprivileged communities throughout Northeast Louisiana. → Read More

Multiple petitions call to preserve West Monroe Rebels name

The controversy surrounding the name of the West Monroe Rebels continues with four petitions fighting for the name to stay. → Read More

Democrats nominate Biden for epic challenge to oust Trump

Democrats formally nominated Joe Biden as their presidential candidate, with party elders, a new generation of politicians and voters in every state joining in an extraordinary, pandemic-cramped virtual convention to send him into the general election campaign to oust President Donald Trump. → Read More

Payless opening 1st US store in November

The first new store will open in November in Miami. That’s where the company’s new headquarters are. → Read More

FDA approves new saliva test as US passes 170,000 coronavirus deaths

There may be a breakthrough in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. The Food and Drug Administration has granted emergency use authorization for a saliva test. → Read More

Man accused of attempted murder in Ouachita Parish

Authorities say the victim was shot with a shotgun. → Read More

Entergy shares how to conserve energy, saving money during pandemic

Entergy Louisiana said due to people quarantining at home, bills are rising earlier than usual this year but with some simple steps people can lower them. → Read More

Rapper Hurricane Chris arrested after man shot, killed in Shreveport

He is charged with second-degree murder. → Read More

Fauci: ‘Football may not happen this year’

Football may not happen this fall after all. → Read More

Father’s Day Photos: Upload Your Pictures at K

Share your photos with us and other KNOE readers here! → Read More

Monroe health care workers kneel to show support for Black Lives Matter

About 50 people took part in the event in Monroe. → Read More

Edwards signs bill expanding alcohol delivery in Louisiana

Lawmakers passed the measure in the regular session that ended June 1. → Read More

Camp Quality "camping in", providing virtual experience for children with cancer this summer

Camp Quality is providing a virtual camp experience for children with cancer this summer. → Read More

Metastatic Breast Cancer Conference going virtual

The second annual Metastatic Breast Cancer Conference is going virtual. → Read More

Northeast Louisiana Veteran's Cemetery honoring fallen heroes with recognition ceremony

The Northeast Louisiana Veteran’s Cemetery in Rayville is continuing its annual tradition of recognizing our fallen heroes with a Memorial Day ceremony. → Read More

Blue Star Mothers honor fallen soldiers through virtual Memorial Day Service

The Blue Star Mothers NELA will continue their annual tradition of honoring fallen Louisiana soldiers through a virtual Memorial Day service on Friday morning. → Read More

Brown Bag Concert series goes digital, bringing community together through music

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, artists will continue the West Monroe Brown Bag Concert series online. → Read More

Pecanland Mall reopens to the public Tuesday

Pecanland Mall reopens to the public Tuesday for the first time following the governor’s stay home order. → Read More

Monroe recovering after tornado hit overnight

Governor John Bel Edwards declared a state of emergency yesterday following severe weather statewide. Some of the most severe damage took place near Monroe Regional Airport and south of 1-20, near Texas Avenue, South 7th street, Orange, and Peach Streets. → Read More