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- Community Meeting Held Following Alleged Teacher Walk-Out
- New MCSB Superintendent Explains Plan for the Future
- DOTD Encouraging Drivers to Seek Real Time Info on Louisville Ave Bridge Closure
- DOTD Issues Memorial Day Travel Advisory
- Slidell Man Booked with Sex Crimes Against a Juvenile
- Federal Unemployment Benefits to be Reduced; State Benefits Unchanged
- DCFS' Adoption Reunion Registry Reconnects Adoptees and Biological Families
- Special Report: Combating Bullying Part 2
- Special Report: Combating Bullying Part 1
- Kidnapping Suspect Arrested by Monroe Police
- Monticello: Shooting Suspects Run from Police
- MCS Superintendent Contract Approved
- NOAA: 2013 Hurricane Season to be 'Active' or 'Extremely Active'
- Jersey Shore Reopens 7 Months After Sandy
- Driver Survives Bridge Collapse Into Wash. River
- LSU Board of Supervisors to Vote on EA Conway Agreement
- Obama Reframes Counterterrorism Policy with New Rules on Drones
- Future College Football Stars
- Standoff Suspect Arrested by OPSO
- Jindal Signs Bills into Law
El Dorado Chamber of Commerce Economic Outlook Luncheon
Things are moving in the right direction. That was the message Wednesday at an economic outlook luncheon for El Dorado and Union County.
Richland Parish Police Jury Keeps Parish Manager
A Richland Parish police juror wanted the parish manager fired, but the majority of the police jury disagreed.
New Homeland Security Director for Ouachita Parish
The Ouachita Parish Police Jury voted to name Archie Neale Brown as the new Homeland Security Director for Ouachita Parish.
CNSI Files Lawsuit Against State
Client Network Services Inc. has filed a lawsuit over the Jindal administration's cancellation of a nearly $200 million contract for state Medicaid claims processing.
House Committee Passes Bill that Bans Posting to Social Media Sites While Driving
A bill that tries to stop folks from posting to social media sites while driving is step closer to becoming a law.