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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.
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
Man allegedly attacks wife with machete after she refuses sex
A Monroe man was arrested over the weekend, accused of attacking his wife with a machete after she refused to have sex with him. Authorities say Phillip Smith was in a vehicle with his wife, who was driving down Garrett Road.Monroe man accused of battering girlfriend's daughter
A Monroe man has been charged with cruelty to juveniles after it's discovered his girlfriend's daughter sustained several injuries. Asher Rosenberg, 34, is charged with cruelty to juveniles and second-degree cruelty to juveniles.Louisiana postman admits he stole veteransa medication
Bryan C. Massey, 31, of Oak Ridge, which is in Morehouse Parish, pleaded guilty to one count of theft of mail by a postal service employee, according to a news release by the U.S. Attorney's Office in Lafayette. According to the plea deal, law enforcement agents learned that Veterans Affairs packages containing prescription medication were missing from the main post office in Monroe, the news release states.Monroe man accused of first-degree rape
A Monroe man was arrested on suspicion of first-degree rape last Sunday after authorities received a complaint from a woman who reported she had been raped. The victim said Glenn Zell Armstrong Jr., 25, of 1311 Griffin St., Monroe, climbed on top of the victim while she was asleep and undressed her.Monroe woman meets Prince Harry, Meghan Markle
Congress is trying to come up with a new farm bill before the current one expires in September and it could have a significant impact on a lot of people in the bayou state. A new technology system made to help with mental health symptoms is now in the Twin Cities.Deadly H1N1 flu hitting Louisiana, doctors urging people to take precaution
The flu epidemic has reached nearly every state in the country and Louisiana is amongst one of the ones being hit the hardest. Some Louisiana hospitals have reportedly turned people away because they are filled up with flu patients.ULM School of Pharmacy "lace up" for Poor Man's Run
Grab your shoes and head for the starting line! The ULM School of Pharmacy's first ever Poor Man's Run is Saturday, January 19th at 8 a.m. The proceeds will benefit the St. Vincent De Paul Community Pharmacy in Monroe. It specialized in giving prescription drugs to people who can't afford them.Ruston man arrested for terrorizing bar customers, threatening deputy
Ouachita Parish sheriff's deputies arrested a Ruston man on several charges including public intimidation last week after complaints of a disturbance at a bar on Thomas Road in West Monroe. Deputies called out the suspect - Corey D. Mitchell, 32, of 525 Legacy Lane, Ruston - who walked out and threatened deputies by saying, "You b**ches better handcuff me now or I'm going to kill you."Sterlington officials could face grand jury
Sterlington officials could be summoned to testify before a Ouachita Parish grand jury in light of a recent audit that knocked the town for the expenditure of restricted funds and the use of an illegal ticket quota system among officers, the district attorney says. Fourth Judicial District Attorney Steve Tew told The Ouachita Citizen last month that Sterlington Police Chief Barry Bonner's use of a ticket quota system and town officials' suspected misappropriation of funds had drawn his office's attention.Most schools back in session Thursday, including Ouachita & ULM
Most schools are back in session on Thursday. That includes Ouachita Parish Schools, Lincoln Parish Schools, and ULM, which have explicitly stated that class will resume on Thursday.MPD: 5-year-old shot himself in the leg
Monroe police arrested a Monroe man on suspicion of obstruction of justice last week after detectives responded to the shooting of a five-year-old at a local hospital. The injury was in the child's right leg, which broke both tibia and fibula bones, according to the Jan. 10 arrest report.Sterlington police arrest Monroe man on meth charge
Sterlington police arrested a Monroe man on several charges on Sunday including possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute after authorities stopped the suspect's automobile for a traffic violation. "Briggs advised he smoked marijuana around 7 p.m. and gave officers consent to search the vehicle," stated the Jan. 14 arrest report.West Monroe opens cold weather shelter
The City of West Monroe is opening the West Monroe Community Center as a Severe Cold Warming Station/Emergency Shelter. The shelter is located at the Community Learning Center on the corner of Filhoil and 5th Street, beside the Community Center at 400 5th Street.Inclement weather closures announces for Tuesday, Jan. 16
Ouachita Parish Schools will close Tuesday, Jan. 16, due to expected inclement weather conditions. Weather will be monitored but classes are expected to resume on Wednesday, Jan. 17. Due to forecasted winter weather conditions Monday night and Tuesday, the University of Louisiana Monroe will be closed on Tuesday, Jan. 16. Employees who need to report to campus will be contacted by their supervisors.West Monroe man dead after shooting wife & daughter
It happened around 4 PM. Police say the gunman allegedly shot his wife, his wife's 19-year-old daughter, and then turned the gun on himself.Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards works on a plan
Gov. Edwards has hired a consultant to come up with a plan, and he wants it to include reasonable requirements. A woman is accused of stealing $2,300 worth of jewelry at a Monroe pawn shop.
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