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- Get An Online Sneak Peek At Comet Ison, Potential 'Comet Of The Century'
- UPDATE: Teen Arrested in Roger Street Shooting
- FBI Arrests Arkansas State Treasurer
- Winning Ticket for Huge Powerball Jackpot Sold in Florida
- Man Arrested for Machete Attack, Charged with Att. 2nd Degree Murder
- UPDATE: Winning Powerball Numbers for 5/18/2013
- Deputies: Man Beats Wife For 3 Days, Forbids Her To Leave House
- Folks Running for the Red, White and Blue on Saturday
- Boats Race Across Bayou Desiard in Dragon Boat Festival
- Big Bass Tournament Underway in West Monroe
- Car Barrels Through Virginia Parade Crowd, Dozens Injured
- Louisiana Tech Graduates Receive Life Lessons, Degrees From A 'Leadership Legend'
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- North Korea Fires Three Short-Range Missiles Off East Coast
- Plane Makes Belly Landing At Newark Airport, No Injuries Reported
- Boat Accident on Ouachita River, One Injured
- Dalai Lama in New Orleans for Visit
- UPDATE: Louisiana Tech Police Says Sexual Assault Report Fake
- $190 Million Mega Millions Jackpot Won
- Hadley Street Bridge Renamed
UPDATE: Teen Arrested in Roger Street Shooting
Police are currently investigating a shooting that has left a man injured.
UPDATE: Winning Powerball Numbers for 5/18/2013
The Powerball jackpot was worth an estimated $600 million. Click the story to find out the winning numbers.
UPDATE: Louisiana Tech Police Says Sexual Assault Report Fake
Louisiana Tech University Police now say the sexual assault that was reported Friday was made up. The student is now facing charges for the fake...
Attorneys React to Gilmore Verdict
U.S. Attorney Stephanie Finley and defense attorney Charles Kincade react to Arthur Gilmore's conviction.
Gilmore Convicted of Racketeering; Not Guilty on Extortion
A jury has convicted former Monroe City Councilman Arthur Gilmore of racketeering, but found him not guilty of extortion.