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- Insurance Compnay Won't Hire Smokers
- Rayville Cuts Ribbon on Economic Development
- Sobriety Checkpoint Tonight
- State Police to Conduct Sobriety Checkpoint
- Sewer Leak Closes Part of Road
- Louisiana Tech Plays Major Role in Economic Development
- Jonesboro Budget Meeting Breaks Out into Shouting Match
- Jindal Announces $10.8M Upgrade at ANGUS Chemical Company
- Death Investigation at Motel 6
- July 4 Fireworks Shows
- July 4 Travel Predictions
- Yarnell's Ice Cream is Shutting Down
- Governor Jindal to make Another Jobs Announcement
- El Dorado Police Searching for Suspects
- Centurylink's Expansion Gives College Grads More Opportunity
- Monroe Employee Files Grievance Against Head Engineer
- NOVA Receives $25K from City Councilman
- Soaring Temps Cause Soar in Crime
- Senator David Vitter Endorsing Governor Bobby Jindal
- Risks of Death Increase Around Payday
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.