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Past articles by James:

Lincoln Parish School Board announces new superintendent

RUSTON, La. (KTVE/KARD) — Lincoln Parish School Board has announced a new superintendent. On Wednesday, October 21, the school board announced that Ricky Durrett will replace the current superintendent Mike Milstead. The vote was split 7-5 with Durrett winning over Byron Lyons. “I have a lot of emotions and feelings. I’ve spent 30 years in this district, […] → Read More

Monroe Mayor Friday Ellis hosting press conference to introduce newly appointed police chief

Monroe, La. (KTVE/KARD) (10/21/20)— Monroe Mayor Friday Ellis will host a press conference Wednesday, October 21, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. to introduce newly appointed Monroe Police Chief, Vic Zordan. The press conference will be held at the City of Monroe Public Safety Center located at 1810 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in Monroe. → Read More

Bulldogs go back-to-back in the NFL Draft

Louisiana Tech football was put on the map, once again, on Saturday. Two players, L’Jarius Sneed and Amik Robertson was selected by NFL teams. Even better, they were taken back-to-back. Sneed was drafted by Kansas City in the fourth round, with the 138th pick. The former cornerback moved to safety for the 2019 season. It […] → Read More

OPSO: Investigation underway into gunshots in West Monroe

(Press Release) – Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Office Investigators are currently investigating the circumstances surrounding two residences struck by gunfire in the 3300 block of Arkansas Road in West Monroe. Deputies responded to a report of someone shooting from a vehicle at that location at approximately 2:30 p.m. Friday, April 24, 2020. Witnesses stated they observed […] → Read More

LA Tech announces a few graduation changes

(Press Release) – If you follow Louisiana Tech on social media, you learned yesterday that Tech is planning on holding a special commencement ceremony for our Spring graduates on Aug. 15. Louisiana Tech says they hope this Saturday event will give everyone enough time to make arrangements so they can attend. They say you don’t have […] → Read More

Boil Advisory issued for Enterprise Water Works

CATAHOULA, La. – A boil advisory has been issued for the Enterprise Water Works System. According to Enterprise Water Works, a booster station lost power causing the line pressure to drop. This advisory is effective immediately and will remain in effect until rescinded. → Read More

The City of Crossett will host a final procession for the Mayor

CROSSETT, Ark. – The City of Crossett says they will host a memorial funeral procession for Mayor McCormick. The public is invited to line the streets to pay their final respects to Mayor McCormick but would like to remind everyone to obey the social distancing rules as the blanket of COVID-19 continues to cover the […] → Read More

D’Arbonne Water North is issuing a boil advisory

The D’Arbonne Water North is issuing a boil advisory due to a break in a water main. This advisory is in effect for the following roads and addresses: All of Beulah Church Road161, 121, 753, 740 Percy Road297 Leonard Bridges Road and residences on the corner of HWY 550 and Cherry Ridge111 Five Oaks Road820 […] → Read More

Businessmen: New Orleans must reopen to save its economy

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A group of local businessmen is urging government leaders to reopen New Orleans soon, underscoring the friction between shutting down the economy and curbing the spread of the coronavirus. In a full-page ad in Sunday’s edition of The Advocate, they say “a managed return to work” on May 1 is needed […] → Read More

‘Looks like snow’ Jeanerette streets covered in hail

JEANERETTE, La. (KLFY) – Hail fell so thickly in Jeanerette Saturday night that some residents said it looked like snow. Some residents tell News 10 that they experienced some wild weather for about an hour, and that the hail was falling fast and hitting the ground hard. Many took to social media to post photos […] → Read More

Chase bank is offering some advice on preventing fraud and scams

According to Chase Bank, scammers are taking advantage of the COVID-19 epidemic by utilizing misinformation and fraud from fake cures, to charity scams and false investment information. Chase Bank states that so far, people have reported losing more than $13M to fraud. With the distribution of the stimulus checks, new scam threats are coming to […] → Read More

Statewide Burn Ban Modification Announcement for Ouachita Parish

OUACHITA PARISH, La. – The Office of the State Fire Marshal has issued a change to the state wide burn ban allowed the parishes of Ouachita, Bossier, and DeSoto to temporarily lift the burn ban on debris following the storm damage. The change is to allow Bossier, Ouachita, and DeSoto Parish to burn storm debris. […] → Read More

ULM’s Hawkline are back-to-back National Champions

For the second consecutive year, the Hawkline from ULM has won it all. The group was crowned National Champions, recently. But, instead of traveling to Orlando, the competition was done virtually. A video of their performance was submitted. Soon, it caught the attention of judges. The Hawkline were victorious in the Division I-A “Hip Hop” […] → Read More

President Trump Picks Cassidy for Task Force on Re-Opening Economy

WASHINGTON, La. (Press Release) –President Donald Trump has selected U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy, M.D. (R-LA) to serve on a task force to counsel the president on how to re-open the economy following the end of the coronavirus pandemic. Cassidy previously served on the Health task force for developing the CARES Act, the $2 trillion+ relief bill […] → Read More

Lazzare park residents and volunteers begin cleanup of tornado damage

WEST MONROE, La (04/14/20) — Tuesday morning, residents in the Lazarre park area were finally allowed back in after Entergy trucks cleaned up power lines Monday. “It’s kinda sad that we lost everything because we’ve only been in the house for three months and that was it…like we just recently got this house and we […] → Read More

CDC: Mardi Gras may figure in count of Louisiana virus cases

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says an influx of tourists for Mardi Gras may be a reason why Louisiana has a higher rate of COVID-19 cases than other Southern states. A recent CDC report says population density might play “a significant role in the acceleration of transmission” of the […] → Read More

Do you have video or pictures of the storm damage? Send it in

WEST MONROE, La. (KTVE/KARD) – Send us images or videos of the storm damage and we will try and share it on air! Please send the images/videos to our Facebook page or email them to news@nbc10news.net! You MUST confirm that you are the original owner of the image/video and that we are allowed to use […] → Read More

Potential tornadoes in Arkansas forecast for Easter Sunday

(AP) — Forecasters say Southern states including Arkansas are preparing for the threat of severe weather including a tornadoes on Easter Sunday. The wind and rain are part of a storm system centered on Mississippi and Alabama and that also includes the northern half of Louisiana. In Arkansas, there’s a moderate risk of tornadoes and […] → Read More

New Orleans archbishop takes to sky for coronavirus blessing

NEW ORLEANS (The Times-Picayune/The New Orleans Advocate) — The archbishop of New Orleans sprinkled holy water from a World War II-era biplane high above the city in an unusual blessing for those affected by the coronavirus. The Times-Picayune/New Orleans Advocate reports that the open-air plane carried 70-year-old Archbishop Gregory Aymond on Good Friday from the […] → Read More

Woman accused of entering airport naked, refusing to leave

KENNER, La. (The Times-Picayune/The New Orleans Advocate) — Authorities in Louisiana say a woman walked into an airport without any clothes on and refused to leave after being told she couldn’t travel that way. A report in The Times-Picayune/The New Orleans Advocate says 27-year-old Mariel Vergara, of Pueblo, Colorado, was arrested last Friday. Deputies say […] → Read More