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- MPD Chief's List of Changes in Power
- Staff Shuffle Up at Monroe Police Department
- New Medical Technology Making a Difference in Quality of Lives for Heart Attack Victims
- Pitch, Hit, and Run Competition in Monroe
- 25th Annual Franklin Parish Catfish Festival
- Veterans Wait for Final Hour Budget Agreement in Order to Maintain Benefits
- Tech’s Concrete Canoe & Steel Bridge Win Big
- Two Shootings, Stabbing Over Drug Fight at Monroe Trailer Park
- A Sergeant with the Camden Police Department Fired
- Water Woes in Store for South Tensas Parish
- Former West Monroe Employee Arrested for Fraud
- Concordia Parish Man Arrested for Attempted Murder
- West Monroe Woman Killed in 4 Car Crash
- Cleaning Up After the Storm
- D'arbonne Woods Charter Audit
- Sheriff Royce Toney Asking Public for Donations
- Carroll High Alumni Present Checks to Alma Mater
- Jonesboro Sex Offender Won't Have to Register
- I-20 Corridor Congressional Plan Fails
- Grace Episcopal School Helps Victims in Japan
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: One Injured in Monroe Shooting, Suspect on the Loose
Police are currently investigating a shooting that has left a man injured.
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.