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Man arrested for stealing cigarettes in Hot Springs hold-up
HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (KATV) —A man accused of stealing several packs of cigarettes in an aggravated robbery at a Hot Springs convenience store has been arrested.On Tuesday, Hot Springs investigators and the SWAT team executed a search warrant on Chitwood Street, where they took Simon Derick Hernandez i
Local wins $300,000 in pro fishing tournament - Shelby County Reporter
FROM STAFF REPORTSHOT SPRINGS, Ark. –FLW Tour pro Clent Davis, a local professional fisherman from Montevallo, brought a five-bass limit to the scale on Sunday, Aug. 12, weighing 17 pounds, 13 ounces – the heaviest limit weighed in the three-day Forrest Wood Cup held on Lake Ouachita in Hot Springs
#PrepsOn11 Preview: Hot Springs Lakeside Rams
#PrepsOn11 Preview: HS Lakeside Rams — HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (THV11) -- Forgive the Rams if they're not happy with finishing second in the 5-A South a year ago. After back-to-back conference championships in 2015 and 2016, the Rams are ready for more.
Hot Springs seeks firefighter recruits
The recruitment seminar is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. on Thursday in the upstairs training room at the Central Fire Station, 310 Broadway, Hot Springs. The work of a firefighter will be described in detail by experienced and rookie firefighters, followed by a question-and-answer session.
Clent Davis wows Ouachita with historic comeback to capture FLW's Forrest Wood Cup
Davis, an Alabama native, is the first angler to start the final day of an FLW Tour event in 10th place and finish in first.
Mining the roots of one Arkansas community
Manganese is a hard, brittle metal. It is almost always found combined with other elements. For centuries, it has been used to color glass. Manganese dioxide is often used in producing chemicals in laboratory experiments. Manganese was also found to be useful in coating metals to protect them from c
Protocol cuts services for some disabled adults
Brenda Stinebuck, executive director of Spa Area Independent Living Services, said the new assessment protocol has reduced an Arkadelphia man's hours to the point he may have to go to a nursing home. SAILS, a nonprofit referral and advocacy service for the disabled, hosted the candidate forum at its
It's just a game
This is themostegregious example of a despot forcing political opinion on a national bipartisan sport that traditionally has disagreeable factions standing loyally for their team on and off the field, win or lose, and still loving and respecting each other's loyalty to their team. Applying politics
Arkansas Archeological Society meets Aug. 14
The next meeting of the Ouachita Chapter of the Arkansas Archeological Society will be 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 14 in the Fordyce Room at National Park Medical Center, 1910 Malvern Road, Hot Springs.
FLW's Forrest Wood Cup to return to Lake Ouachita, Hot Springs in 2019
The Forrest Wood Cup, considered FLW's world championship of professional bass fishing, will return to Hot Springs and Lake Ouachita in 2019. That will make Hot Springs the first venue to host back-to-back cups in the 24-year history of the FLW Tour.
56-year-old man arrested in Hot Springs for 50 counts of child pornography
HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (KTHV) - The Hot Springs Police Department arrested 56-year-old Brian Daniels on Friday, Aug. 10, for 50 counts of distributing, possessing or viewing child pornography.
Hope Livestock Auction receipts down last week
Hope Livestock Auction weighted average report for Thursday, August 9:Cattle Receipts – 1,106
With a new superintendent, it’s a time of transition in the Dierks School District
The Aug. 13 date for school to begin in the Dierks School District is fast approaching. For newly installed superintendent, Jody Cowart, former principal for the high school, it’s going to be a year of evaluation within the district.“I think as far as change is concerned, it’s a time of transition,
Slate signs to play baseball for CBC
"I could tell early on that he had skills and potential," said Hot Springs baseball coach Brandon Bates. "He was a little immature, but he ended up being all-conference for us as a sophomore."
FBI agent Strzok reportly fired over anti-Trump tweets
An FBI agent who was the subject of a congressional hearing has been fired in connection with his tweets critical of then-candidate Donald Trump,according to the Washington Post.Peter Strzok was relieved of his duties on Friday.Copyright 2018 Raycom News Network. All rights reserved.
OBU Fundraising Record Tops $17M
“We are fortunate to work with alumni, friends and churches who believe in, and give so generously in support of, the mission and vision of Ouachita,” said Dr. Ben Sells, president. “Our donors appreciate our success in developing leaders in so many walks of life and extend our impact around the wor
LPL Hot Springs, AR Scholarship Tickets! - Living Proof Ministries Blog
It has been a few years since the team has been to Hot Springs so we have such anticipation for this next stop as we continue celebratingtwenty yearsof Living Proof Live. Come join us, won’t you?
Davis Leads 2018 Forrest Wood Cup on Day One
Alex Davis of Albertville, Ala. leads the 2018 Forrest Wood Cup on Lake Ouachita near Hot Springs, Ark. with a weight of 13 pounds, 10 ounces. This championship is proving to be a tough test for the 56-angler field. There were a handful of good bass caught on day one including the big bass at 7 poun
Woman's TV stolen by man she met on dating app
She told police they had recently met on an unidentified dating app. For the past two days, she allowed the man to sleep on her couch, according to the police report. The woman left for work around 7 a.m. Sunday. The man was in her apartment building. When she returned later that afternoon, the TV w
Harmony Grove High School student dies in car crash, community comes together
Brewington was driving a jeep when she veered off I-30 and struck a drain, according to Arkansas State Police. Her car then went airborne, striking a pillar around 4:15 p.m. Saturday.