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- Sheriff Royce Toney To Be Subpoenaed in Divorce Petition Suit
- Two RCC Guards Accused of Beating, Tasering Cleared By Jury
- Manhunt for Two Men Who Gunned Down Longtime Police Juror
- Santa Makes Christmas Wish List for Senior Residents
- Lincoln Parish Law Enforcement Announces Drug Arrests
- NBC 10 Investigates Perks for OPSO Captain David Jones
- One Teen Dead, Another Hospitalized After Hwy. 165 Wreck
- Investigation Continues on Three House Fires in Monroe
- Farmers to Receive Needed Relief from USDA
- Destroyed Southern Plug in Bastrop Won’t Be Rebuilt
- Domestic Dispute Leads to an Arrest
- Farmerville F.D. Provides Presents for Local Children
- Downtown Monroe Kicks Off Holiday Festivities
- Armed Robbery at Dollar Tree in Monroe
- Alien-Like Picture May Be From Northeast Louisiana?
- Habitat for Humanity Dedicates Five Homes to Monroe Families
- O.K. Program Celebrates Success
- Upcoming Lane and Ramp Closures - 12/10/10
- Final Day of the Christmas Cheer Food Drive
- Judge Denies Request to Seal Records in Divorce Naming Royce Toney
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.