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Past articles by Perry:

Doctors, former players discuss athlete safety after Tua Tagovailoa’s head injury

A scary moment on Thursday, Sept. 29, involving Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has the sports world buzzing. → Read More

‘These people are animals:’ Livingston Parish man sentenced to 50 years in prison for distributing fentanyl

A Livingston Parish man will spend the next 50 years in prison after he was sentenced for distributing fentanyl pills. → Read More

LSU student posthumously honored after giving his life to save group of kids

An LSU student who died helping to save two children from drowning during a spring break trip in Florida was honored with a prestigious award for his bravery. → Read More

Southern University still mourning after cheerleader dies by suicide, sparks conversation of mental health

The Southern University family is still mourning after unexpectedly losing one of their own. → Read More

La. lawmakers make a new addition to the violent crimes list

There’s a new law in Louisiana that closes a loophole that left some victims of violent crime vulnerable. → Read More

Hundreds in Concordia Parish still in the dark as crews work to restore power

Hundreds in Northeast Louisiana are still living in the dark after last week’s winter storm. → Read More

Louisiana State Police warning drivers ahead of dangerous winter storm

LSP officials are urging people to avoid driving and stay at home over the next few days. → Read More

Monroe opening Liller Marbles Community Center as cold weather shelter

The city of Monroe has approved the use of the Liller Marbles Community Center as a cold weather shelter due to the incoming winter weather. → Read More

Monroe leaders call for police reform after the arrests of four Louisiana State Troopers

The recent arrests of four Louisiana State Troopers have reignited discussions about police reform. → Read More

Richland Parish Schools launches ‘Homework Hotline’

The ‘Homework Hotline’ is a new and free resource for students to use who may need help with their homework. → Read More

Vigil held for two teens killed in hit-and-run accident in Monroe

Family and friends held a balloon release Monday, Feb. 1 for hit-and-run victims 18-year-old Shedricka Hollins and 17-year-old Brianna Neal. → Read More

Deadly shooting under investigation in Ruston

20-year-old Keayezimonde Haulcey was shot and killed Wednesday, Jan. 27. → Read More

Tallulah city council strikes down increased water rates after fierce debate

The city council voted unanimously to not approve the water rate increase after a tense debate. → Read More

Candlelight vigil held for 13-yer-old killed in Monroe

Stanmiyana “Yaya” Cobb was fatally shot Friday, Jan. 22 around 9:30 pm inside her home on South 6th Street. → Read More

OPSO major hired as new director at Green Oaks Detention Center

The Ouachita Parish Police Jury voted unanimously Tuesday to hire Jason Pleasant to serve as the facility’s new director. → Read More

MCSB votes to continue using ‘flex days’ for students

The Monroe City School Board voted Tuesday, Jan. 19, to continue implementing a “flex day” for the next nine weeks term. → Read More

East Carroll Parish looks to combat food insecurity during COVID-19 pandemic

According to data from Feeding America, East Carroll Parish ranks as the 5th most food insecure place in the nation. → Read More

Candy Christophe discusses run for Louisiana’s 5th Congressional District

Sandra “Candy” Christophe will once again make a run at the 5th Congressional District seat. → Read More

Gov. Edwards extends Louisiana’s modified Phase 2 order

Louisiana will remain in a modified version of Phase 2 until Feb. 10. → Read More

Bastrop cemeteries near capacity as COVID-19 deaths continue to rise

According to Mayor Henry Cotton, the city’s four cemeteries are almost near capacity. → Read More