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- West Monroe Mother Seeks Court Order for Child’s Funeral
- Martin Luther King Day Celebration
- Lane Closure Due to Construction Work Until Jan. 23rd
- Monroe Man Arrested For Domestic Abuse
- Meth Lab Arrest in West Monroe
- "I Have a Dream Youth Challenge" Brings Inspiration
- Annual Antique Show in Monroe Has Dealers Excited
- Wanted Monroe Man Now Behind Bars
- West Monroe Mother Speaks Out on Daughter's Death
- Ag Expo 2011 Jr. Cattle Competition
- Family Loses Home to Fire, Blames Mayor for Faulty Hydrants
- Testimony Continues on LWC Water Systems Trial
- St. Fredrick's Principal Resigns
- Testimony Begins on Controversial Water Systems Trial
- Crowton Resigns from LSU
- Ferriday Mayor Vetoes Board’s Approval to Pay Up $129K Legal Tab
- Municipalities Forced to Pay More in Police Retirement Fund
- Ag Expo 2011 Sneak Peak for NE Louisiana Students
- Monroe City Council Votes On Water Meter Ordinance
- Closures for Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday
Severe Weather Expected Tuesday Evening
Severe weather is expected across portions of the area late Tuesday into early Wednesday.
DEVELOPING: Death Toll Climbs, At Least 51 Killed in Oklahoma Tornado
A monster tornado roared through the Oklahoma City suburbs and killed at least 51 people Monday, pulverizing block after block of homes, tearing the walls...
'City Looks Like A Debris Field': Oklahoma Tornado Kills At Least 10
A massive tornado struck a suburb of Oklahoma City on Monday afternoon. A elementary school was also hit by the tornado.
'Major Damage' As Huge Tornado Rips Through Neighborhoods South Of Oklahoma City
A monster two-mile-wide tornado ripped through southern Oklahoma City and the suburb of Moore on Monday afternoon, leaving homes and schools in ruins and fires burning out...
FBI: Cash Payment Received Saturday Led to Martha Shoffner's Arrest
Arkansas Treasurer Martha Shoffner made her first appearance in Federal Court after her weekend arrest on extortion charges.