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Woman Arrested for Throwing Rocks at Passing Cars

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Grant Parish deputies arrest a woman they say became violent. Deputies say last week 50-year-old Connie Pennington of Colfax was Read More →

NSU Band to Perform at St. Patty’s Parade in Ireland

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The Spirit of Northwestern Marching Band has been booked in the Dublin Ireland Saint Patrick‚Äôs Festival Parade in March 2015. Read More →

Pineville City Marshal Causes Head-On Collision

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Today, Pineville City Marshal Larry Jeane crossed a center line on Melrose and triggered a head-on collision with an SUV. Read More →

Homeless Man Arrested for Burglary and Drug Paraphernalia

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Alexandria police arrest a homeless man for burglary and drug paraphernalia. 51-year-old Michael Harbor was reportedly seen on North Boulevard Read More →

Former Fort Polk Soldier Arrested for Sexual Abuse of Child

A former soldier from Fort Polk is sentenced to 17 and a half years in prison for sexually abusing a Read More →

Pineville Man Arrested for Raping a Child

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Rapides deputies arrest a 34-year-old Pineville man for aggravated rape of a child. 34-year-old Teddy Carlton of Pineville is accused Read More →

Local Prostitution Sting Results in 13 Arrests

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Rapides deputies conduct a prostitution sting in the Alexandria area, focusing on internet solicitation at local hotels, and arrest 13 Read More →

Police Jury, City at Odds Over Coliseum Renovations

The Coliseum Authority is facing a political fight with the city of Alexandria. The two are at odds over renovations Read More →

Pediatric Day Care Center Opens for Children with Special Needs

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There’s a celebration today for pediatric health choice. This is a Florida-based service, which provides day care for children with Read More →

Texas Woman Sentenced for Sending Ricin-Laced Letters

A Texas woman who mailed ricin-laced letters to President Obama and others last year is sentenced to 18 years in Read More →