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- UPDATE: Defense Rests Its Case; Closing Arguments Thursday in Gilmore Trial
- Repair Work Underway on El Dorado Sidewalks
- No Winner In Last Night's Mega Millions Jackpot Drawing
- Downtown El Dorado Named a Top Ten Central Business District
- Car Crashes Into Monroe Building
- Mega Millions Jackpot Numbers - 5/14/2013
- Jonesboro Mayor Gets Pay Raise in the Aftermath of State Charges
- Chimp Requires 3 Vasectomies
- Ordinance Asks for Rating System for City of Monroe
- Over 250 Attend Union County Job Fair
- Academic Signing Day for El Dorado High School Seniors
- El Dorado Conference Center Receives National Attention
- Military Museum Hosts Taiwan Military Attach
- NTSB Recommends Lowering Blood Alcohol Level That Constitutes Drunken Driving
- Testimony Continues in Arthur Gilmore Trial
- Monroe PD on the Hunt for Suspect Accused of Using Shovel
- Boil Order For Walnut Bayou Water System
- Slidell Teacher Booked with Indecent Behavior with a Juvenile
- Woman Arrested For Threatening Husband, Child with Box Cutter
- Good News for Domestic Abuse Response Team
Bill Banning Social Media Sites While Driving Awaits Governor's Signature
A bill banning Louisiana people from visiting social media sites while driving has gained final approval. The bill will now head to Governor Jindal's desk.
Three El Dorado Men Sentenced on Drug Charges
Three El Dorado men were sentenced this week to federal prison on drug convictions.
First Tornado Victims Identified
A nine-year-old and a 65-year-old were among the first two victims identified after Monday's deadly tornado in Moore, Oklahoma.
Second Arrest Made in Morehouse Parish Cold Case
A second arrest has been made in a Morehouse Parish cold case.
Volunteers from Red Cross Chapters Heading to Oklahoma to Help
Volunteers from the El Dorado and Monroe Red Cross chapters are heading to Oklahoma to help in the aftermath of the deadly tornadoes.