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Past articles by Alyssa:

Son speaks out after his father has been missing 33 years

Michael Browning, Robert’s son, said at this point, thirty-three years later, his family just wants closure. → Read More

Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser says he plans to run for governor of Louisiana

He plans to hit the campaign trail in January 2023. → Read More

Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser says he plans to run for governor of Louisiana

He plans to hit the campaign trail in January 2023. → Read More

Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser says he plans to run for governor of Louisiana

He plans to hit the campaign trail in January 2023. → Read More

Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser says he plans to run for governor of Louisiana

He plans to hit the campaign trail in January 2023. → Read More

A Bastrop city councilman has passed away

Bastrop city council member, Larry Prater, has died. → Read More

City of Bastrop asks officer to repay $10,000 for working overtime

A Bastrop police officer is back at work after months of fighting for her job back, but now the city is asking her to pay back thousands of dollars. → Read More

Acadian Ambulance responds to heat-related illnesses

Just this month, Acadian Ambulance has already taken care of 207 patients with heat-related emergencies company-wide. → Read More

OPSO trains often for active shooters

The Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Office said the SWAT team trains for active shooter scenarios quite often. → Read More

A 13-Year-old boy drowns in the Ouachita River after he was reported missing while swimming

Multiple agencies are on the scene. → Read More

Monroe FD crew to be honored after saving young man from burning home

911 operators were on the phone with him when he lost consciousness. → Read More

Blind student from Bastrop makes history while taking the A.C.T.

Ky'ren Johnson is now the first blind student in the nation to complete the A.C.T. using a unique software called JAWS. → Read More

Blind student from Bastrop makes history while taking the A.C.T.

Ky'ren Johnson is now the first blind student in the nation to complete the A.C.T. using a unique software called JAWS. → Read More

MPD says gangs are an issue in the city, needs community support to combat crime

A harsh message for gang members in Monroe - the mayor and police chief say their days are coming to an end and arrests will be made. This comes after crimes are becoming more violent and shots were fired at a police car yesterday. → Read More

ULM meteorology students take observations ahead of storms out in field

A group of ULM’s meteorology students is out tracking the storm as it moves into Alabama. → Read More

How to be prepared for severe weather

Officials say the time to prepare for severe weather is now. One of the steps to prepare could mean getting some sandbags for your home. → Read More

Bastrop family organizes peaceful protest for Patrice Ukeju

Last week, a video surfaced showing a Bastrop police officer dragging her during an arrest. → Read More

Trial begins for lawsuit against NELA bank over drunk driving crash

The trial began on March 14, 2021, involving a drunk driving accident in Morehouse Parish back in 2016. → Read More

West Monroe Police say there’s a rise in juvenile crime across Ouachita Parish

Sergeant CJ Beck with West Monroe Police said shootings have been up in Ouachita Parish since last year. → Read More

Woman wants trespassing and stealing to end in Monroe

A woman who’s been living in Monroe’s Garden District for nearly 20 years is tired of people trespassing on her property. → Read More