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Located off Interstate 20, this West Monroe, Louisiana hotel features an on-site restaurant and rooms with free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV.
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A possible lightning strike may have caused a fire at a home in West Monroe. It happened at a duplex home off Wellerman Road.
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U.S. Sen. David Vitter today announced staff satellite office hours for residents of Franklin Parish.
It's been more than two months since heavy rains flooded the local Ouachita RV Park and after tenants took the issue to the Ouachita Parish Police Jury, police jurors said they're now closer to a solution.
Monroe police are looking for a man who allegedly shot another man to death and wounded two others after an altercation at a family barbecue.
Monroe Police arrest a man after he vandalizes several businesses by throwing bricks.
A woman is shot in the head Sunday evening and Monroe detectives are trying to piece together what happened.
Minister Sophie Roberson served as mistress of ceremony and opened the recital with a devotion.
<![CDATA[Grant Glover and Mitzi Glover from Monroe, La. are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Landry Glover, to Joseph Bagwell, son of Rodney Bagwell and Jo Ellen Paul of Ruston, La. Landry is the granddaughter of Don and Barbara Glover of Monroe, and Shadie and Coupie Paulk of Sulphur, La. Joey is the grandson of Cleo Bagwell and the late Joe Bagwell of Minden, La. and J.W. Paul and Mary Jo Kirkland of Minden. Landry is a graduate of Louisiana Tech University and is employed as a Registered Nurse at Glenwood Regional Medical Center in West Monroe, La. Joey owns University Ink Tattoo and Piercing and is a self-employed artist in his shop in Ruston. The couple will marry at 7:00 p.m. on July 6, 2013 at Forsythe Avenue Church of Christ in Monroe.
The crowd filled the auditorium at Chennault Aviation and Military Museum. A French diplomat stood before them -- the Consul General of France in Louisiana.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Gene and Bonnie Cox of Monroe, Don and Ann Collier-Cox of Wagoner, Okla.
Monroe police investigated two shootings, one late Friday night and another early Saturday, both believed to have stemmed from an argument over territory.
Iran Freeman, 33, of 690 Louisiana 139, Monroe, was booked into Ouachita Correctional Center on charges of possession of crack cocaine and resisting an officer.
Monroe police investigated a camoflouged 1-foot-by-6-inch bundle found on the parking lot near Affinity Healthcare on North 18th Street on Thursday.