Category Archives: Local Headlines

Gilchrist Construction Hosts Job Fair Today

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You may have heard news reports that many companies are hiring again. That includes Gilchrist Construction. They set up at Read More →

Kennedy: Federal Law Will Force Taxpayers to Pay for Sex Change Operations

State Treasurer John Kennedy is complaining about a federal law he says will force taxpayers to pay for sex change Read More →

Man Arrested for Firearm Theft, Drug Offenses

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An Alexandria man is in jail under a half million-dollar bond for 3 firearm offenses and drug charges. Marlon Chaney Read More →

Lake Charles Teen Arrested in Pineville for Vehicle Theft

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Pineville Police arrest a Lake Charles teen in a reported stolen car. Police say Zachary Gauthier was a passenger in Read More →

Forum is Held to Discuss Huey Long Hospital

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Supporters of Huey Long Hospital meet to talk about their options. The historic hospital was shuttered a week ago. Louisiana Read More →

Overturned Kayak in Red River Causes Scare

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Fire rescue officials gathered on the Red River this morning near the Purple Heart Bridge looking for a possible missing Read More →

2 Brothers Arrested for Theft

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Alexandria police arrest two brothers for the hold-up of a man at gunpoint yesterday in the 500 block of Richmond Read More →

Walmart Shopper Knocked Unconcious and Robbed

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Pineville Police say a shopper at Wal-Mart was struck from behind and knocked unconscious yesterday while loading her merchandise. Police Read More →

Road Closure: Jackson St Between 6th and Foisy

Emergency Turnlane Closure at Jackson Street (LA 1208-3) and Foisy Street (between 6th Street & Foisy Street) The Louisiana Department Read More →

Pineville Man Accused of Inappropriate Behavior with a Child

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A Pineville man is arrested for inappropriate behavior with a child. He’s 41-year-old Christopher McGrew. Deputies say the complaint was Read More →