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About: monroe, louisiana

Located in northeastern Louisiana about midway between New Orleans and Memphis, this area is actually known as the Twin Cities of Monroe and West Monroe. The Ouachita River runs through the Twin Cities, and has been rated by National Geographic as one of the most beautiful rivers in the world. The Ouachita River is a great source for water recreation, ranging from boating to water-skiing to bass fishing.

Population: 54208
Local Newspapers: The News-Star
Local Sports Teams: Warhawks
Local Colleges: University of Louisiana at Monroe

Zip Codes associated with monroe, louisiana: 71201 71202 71203 71225 71291 71292
Towns/Cities near monroe, louisiana : Claiborne Richwood Swartz Rayville Richwood

Monroe News
Residents still in fear after North Monroe burglary arrests

Two men are facing charges after a string of burglaries in North Monroe, but some victims are still feeling unsafe. Mayor Mayo and Monroe Police Department announced on Thursday afternoon that Daniel Alston and Reginald Capers were arrested in connection with the burglaries.

Dueling piano show in Downtown Monroe

Queen Anne's Revenge, originally from Jonesboro, Arkansas, will put on an interactive show on Thursday, December 7th on the Skent-N-Dent Stage in downtown's historic Coca-Cola building from 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Tickets are limited. Individual tickets are available for $20 which gains entry to the event and a place in the seat yourself section.

Breland dodges subpoena in Sterlington v. GOWC

Sterlington Mayor Vern Breland cannot testify at trial this week in the town's second attempt in court to expropriate Greater Ouachita Water Co.' s infrastructure because Breland failed to comply with a subpoena issued him last month, a judge ruled Tuesday.

How do you "Crawl?"

Head to downtown Monroe/West Monroe, pick up a Passport that will have a gallery map, and wander! Make sure you visit all 9 galleries and take in the sights and sounds that will be all around Art and Antique Alley. The Dec. 7th Crawl is in the middle of this statewide focus on shopping local and supporting your creative community, so make sure to visit us for Christmas gifts of all prices or a piece of art you've wanting to splurge on.

Man who claims he was brutally beaten by Richland Parish law enforcement

The family says Brian Hargiss says several Richland Parish Correctional officers and sheriff deputies kicked and punched before and after he was booked. The family says Brian Hargiss says several Richland Parish Correctional officers and sheriff deputies kicked and punched before and after he was booked.

String of burglaries in North Monroe has residents feeling unsafe

Lisa Patrick is the Principal at Jesus the Good Shephard School and also the one behind a neighborhood watch meeting on Wednesday night. She says this is one step in the right direction.

Alert sent out at 11 am Wednesday was a misfire | No Emergency

An Emergency Alert System misfire startled some people watching TV in some areas Monroe and some owners of weather radios. Shortly after the warning went out, the National Weather Service in Shreveport tweeted saying that the alert was triggered mistakenly by someone during an EMS test.

Halsell named A.O. Evans award winner

JEAN HALSELL , a retired West Monroe High School teacher, receives the A.O. Evans Award at the West Monroe-West Ouachita Chamber of Commerce's 2017 Annual Banquet Tuesday. Halsell spent 43 years as an educator in Ouachita Parish.

Crawfish are back in the Twin Cities

On Monday, a Monroe business announced its first batch of crawfish. Riverside Coney Island took the big news to Facebook and crawdad lovers were more than excited.

Man accused of exposing himself near Pecanland Mall

Police have charged Cree Dunn, 23, of Monroe with felony obscenity after officers say he exposed himself while walking through several parking lots. According to the arrest report, Dunn was captured on video surveillance cameras walking throughout the parking lots of Kohl's and Michael's with his genitals exposed.

Family of the 2-year-old girl found dead in Monroe is speaks out

Family of the 2-year-old girl found dead in Monroe is speaks out. Hear what they have to say at KNOE.COM.

Child injured after motorcycle runs into crowd at Kiwanis 'Throwback Christmas' Parade

A fun day at the parade takes a bad turn when an 8-year old girl gets hit by a motorcycle during the Kiwanis 'Throwback Christmas' Parade in West Monroe. Alecia Browder is the mother of the child hit, and she says she went to the parade with her family to see Santa Clause on a float, not to watch her daughter, Gracie, get hit by a motorcycle.

Man shot in West Monroe | Police asking for help

Police say a man was shot in West Monroe late Sunday night and they want your help to find the shooter. According to WMPD, the shooting happened around 10 pm on Ludwig Ave. around the area of South 2nd and 3rd Streets.

Oversized Christmas cards coming to Downtown Monroe

Each of the 4' x 3' plywood boards were decorated by students from area schools, who were free to design them any way they wanted. "It's getting our young artists who aren't in college yet and letting them know hey if you're an artist and that's what you want to do we support you and you can be an artist the rest of you life if you want to," says Foy.

Golden Apple Teacher of the Week, Carol Busby

Carol Busby, a teacher at Jesus Good Shepherd School in Monroe, is this week's Hixson Ford Golden Apple Teacher of the Week. Busby was nominated by student Brinkley Bennett.

Burglars terrorize Fish Creek neighborhood in Monroe

The Monroe Police Department is investigating a string of burglaries in North Monroe. One woman that lives near Brierfield Drive caught the two suspects on camera.

Monroe City Council votes to increase Monroe bus fare by 25-percent, no more transfer fee

The Monroe City Council voted to increase fares by 25% instead of 50% Tuesday night. Students, seniors and anyone with a disability won't have to pay more.

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