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- Special Council Meeting Tonight
- Click It or Ticket Campaign
- Run for the Wall
- Run 4 Kids Sake
- Miniature Horse Show in West Monroe
- Big Bass, Big Winners, Great Cause
- Rivers Receding, Officials Say to Stay Cautious
- Manhunt for Monroe Man in Bossier Parish Ends
- Local Universities Hold Spring 2011 Graduation Ceremonies
- Graduation Ceremony Includes Prayer at Bastrop High School
- Inside Look at Sterlington Elementary School
- OPSB Superintendent Bob Webber Hopes to Lead Louisiana Schools
- Legislative Session Update from State Representative Frank Hoffmann
- Legislative Update from State Senator Mike Walsworth
- Manhunt in Bossier for Monroe Suspect in Shootout, Robbery
- 100 Workers Laid Off Along Vidalia Riverfront
- Ouachita Parish Man Accused of Damaging Levee
- Economic Development in Jeopardy for Northeast Louisiana
- Bastrop High School Removes Prayer from Graduation Ceremony
- Dry Conditions Help & Hurt Louisiana Crops
Powerball Jackpot Now $600 Million
The Powerball Jackpot for Saturday night's drawing is now $600 million.
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.
UPDATE: Crash Involving Motorcycle Sends Two to Hospital
Monroe Police say it appears the motorcycle driver was at fault in a crash Wednesday night on U.S. 165 and Desiard Street.
Farmerville Football Coach Speaks Publicly Following Player's Death
Farmerville High School Football Coach Joe Spatafora is speaking publicly for the first time since the tragic death of one of his players.