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Second Casey's General Store in the works for Russellville
The Russellville Planning Commission will conduct a public hearing at 5:30 p.m. Monday at City Hall to consider a petition for a special use permit to build a second Casey's General Store. A petition was filed by Catalonian Inc. for a special use permit to operate a gas and convenience store (Casey'
Edwin Raymond Bunten, Jr.
Edwin Raymond Bunten, Jr "Eddie", age 58, passed away peacefully, January 15, 2018. Born in St. Louis, MO June 30, 1959 he came to Little Rock, AR in 1965 with his parents and 4 older brothers. Although born special needs - Eddie overcame all obstacles put before him. He graduated from Ole Main High
Some roads, buildings closed or see delay openings today
Several roads are closed because of winter precipitation, Hot Springs Village Property Owners' Association said this morning, Tuesday, Jan. 16. Roads include Fresno Rd. from Carmona Road to Ponferrada Way and North Barcelona Road from Tomino Way to Paso Way. "While some portions of DeSoto Boulevard
How Much Snowfall Did Arkansas Get?
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Reports continue to come in on how much snowfall Arkansas has received. The attached photo from the National Weather Service (NWS) office in Little Rock shows snow total reports received during the past 24 hours, in its area of responsibility. The NWS says highest amounts were a
Conway shooting range holds grand opening
Two Conway couples banded together to create and open S7 Tactical, which officially opened its range Saturday. The company is broken up into two components: S7 Tactical, which offers training services, and Arkansas Gun Club, a private-member, referral-based club. A grand-opening ceremony was held Sa
Police arrest Little Rock woman accused of shooting at vehicle
Little Rock police on Friday arrested a woman accused of shooting at a vehicle in a confrontation with two other people. Deborah Marks, 48, was charged with committing a terroristic act and aggravated assault against a family or household member. Officers arrested Marks about 11:30 p.m. at her home
Blue Sail to close Donaghey location
Blue Sail Coffee's Donaghey Hall location will close its doors for the final time Friday. Owner Kyle Tabor said after a year and a half at the location the company wasn't able to make the store profitable. "We tried really hard for a long time," he said. Tabor said the struggle was a combination of
Arkansas Students, Teachers Work from Home on Snow Day
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Waking up to a winter wonderland during the week isn't called a "snow day" any more in many Arkansas school districts. Instead, it's an "Alternative Methods of Instruction" (AMI) day, where students work from home to skip those dreaded make-up days that bleed into their summer.
Bond denied for man charged with attempted murder
A 36-year-old Orangeburg man remains in jail on a charge of attempted murder and possession of a weapon by a violent felon. A magistrate denied bond for Dewhite Davis of 476 Sunnyside St., who was arrested by Orangeburg Department of Public Safety officers early Monday morning. According to warrants
Lowcountry woman raised a baby she kidnapped, police say. 20 years later, she's in court
A Lowcountry woman accused of kidnapping a baby nearly 20 years ago and raising the girl as her daughter was in court on Tuesday for charges related to the incident. Gloria Williams of Walterboro was arrested last January and is accused of dressing as a nurse and taking newborn Kamiyah Mobley from
Augusta's 'Sky City' music venue set to reopen with Bone Thugs-N-Harmony
Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018 AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) -- Sky City, a live music venue and bar located on Broad Street is set to reopen on Thursday, Jan. 18 with major enhancements. Headlining the grand reopening is music group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. The new owners of Sky City tell News 12 that the newly-re
Former Richmond County coroner released from federal prison
Augusta, Ga (WJBF) - Former Richmond County coroner, Grover Tuten has been released from a federal prison in Florida. He is now in a halfway house and is set to be released in May. Tuten was sentenced to federal prison in 2015 after he pleaded guilty to stealing money and other items from the dead.
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Police responding to possible hostage situation in North Augusta
NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. (WRDW/WAGT) -- North Augusta Public Safety officers are responding to a call about a possible hostage situation on the 1100 block of West Avenue, where one shot was reportedly fired into a house. Officers are currently on the scene blocking the roadway in the area. It is unclear
Orangeburg ticket wins $300,000
Another big-money lottery ticket has been purchased from a store in The T&D Region. The S.C. Education Lottery Commission announced Monday that $300,000 was won by a customer playing a Palmetto Cash 5 ticket purchased at Gaz-Bah #14 at 951 Chestnut St. in Orangeburg. The Palmetto Cash 5 ticket match
School Bus crash on Highway 25 at bypass in Burke County
BURKE COUNTY, Ga.(WJBF)- The Burke County Sheriff's Office is at the scene of a school bus crash on Highway 25 at the bypass. Law enforcement says It appears that a vehicle pulled out in front of the school bus. The sheriff's department says there are several students on the school bus but most ju
Seized Lyons dogs returned to owner
This image is from a video made by activists concerned about the safety of a dozen dogs at a kennel on Middle Road in Lyons. The dogs were seized last week by Wayne County sheriff's deputies and returned to the owner on Tuesday, after the built more suitable shelter for them.Submitted photo LYONS -
Waterloo Police adding downtown patrols after two 'suspicious' incidents
Police in the village of Waterloo are investigating two incidents that investigators are calling "suspicious." (Photo: MGN Online) Waterloo, N.Y. (WHAM) - Police in the village of Waterloo are investigating two incidents that investigators are calling "suspicious." On January 11, a woman and her two
Auburn's Prison City brewery again ranks high in national beer tasting
For the second time in two years, Auburn's Prison City Pub & Brewery has landed one of its beers in the Top 25 ranking for a national magazine's blind taste test. This time, Prison City's Chin Check earned the No. 25 spot in Paste magazine's rating of barleywines. The staff of the online magazine ta
Katherine (Testa) Verillo
AUBURN - Katherine (Testa) Verillo, 99, of Restmour Home, Auburn, passed away peacefully Friday, Jan. 12, 2018, in Auburn Community Hospital with her loving family by her side. She was born in Auburn, the daughter of the late Michael and Felicia Riccillo Testa and would have celebrated her 100th bir