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Special Hunting Gear Stolen From Disabled Arkansas 8-Year-Old
FORREST CITY, Ark. (WREG) — A disabled 8-year-old is hoping some bad guys have a change of heart after taking the specialized gear he uses to hunt. Jayce Collum got out of the hospital on Friday, ready to hunt.
These Are The 10 Poorest Cities In Arkansas For 2019
We used science and data to determine which places in Arkansas are basically dead broke. Editor’s Note: This article is an opinion based on facts and is meant as infotainment. Don’t freak out we updated this article for 2019. This is our fourth time ranking the poorest places in Arkansas.
Commission approves promotion for new troop commander
Lieutenant David Moore, 54, of Crittenden County has been promoted to the rank of captain. He will assume new duties as commander of Arkansas State Police Highway Patrol Division, Troop D, headquartered at Forrest City.
OLD NEWS: Out of the fog of peace looms the Hut of Mystery
Change was afoot in the third week of December 1918, and it bumbled around in Arkansas, knocking stuff down. Results from the Dec. 14 special election increasingly suggested that the proposed new state Constitution lawmakers had labored over all year had failed to pass, undone by flu, cold and low t
Rapper gets 5 years in '17 weapon case
Ricky Hampton, a rap artist who was performing when multiple shots were fired inside Little Rock's Power Ultra Lounge early July 1, 2017, was sentenced Thursday to five years in prison for possessing a gun a week earlier outside a Forrest City nightclub.
Arkansas Pharmacists Association: End of the Year Planning
1. Use it or Lose It - A Flexible Spending Account is a special account you put money into that you use to pay for certain out-of-pocket health care costs. You don't pay taxes on this money. This means you'll save an amount equal to the taxes you would have paid on the money you set aside.
Deputies: Applebee’s waitress attacked for getting off of work late
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A domestic incident outside of an Applebee’s on Hacks Cross Road landed one man behind bars over the weekend. Arlexis Thompson was charged with aggravated assault and vandalism after he reportedly became angry that one of the waitresses didn’t get off on time.
Wonder Bread developers seeking grant for expansive Edge District park
PGK Properties, which is spearheading the redevelopment of the former Wonder Bread plant in the Medical District, is seeking a grant from the Downtown Memphis Commission for a park that could cost up to $5.7 million.
Cabot gets Reed to replace Malham
Cabot dipped into south Arkansas for its new football coach. The school announced the hiring of El Dorado Coach Scott Reed on Monday night. The Cabot School Board approved the hiring of Reed, a four-time state championship coach at El Dorado.
DeSoto County aldermen hold last 2018 meetings
DeSoto County city Boards of Aldermen meet one more time in 2018 on Tuesday evening. In Southaven, the board agenda includes consideration of the award for construction of the Field of Dreams all-inclusive playground at Snowden Grove Park. A $300,000 budget was in place for the playground’s construc
Apartment fire in Little Rock leaves 10 residents displaced, investigators work to find cause
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Several residents were displaced after a Little Rock apartment building went up in flames Saturday night, Dec. 15. Residents who called the building home are still cleaning up the aftermath.
Arkansas Couple’s Adoption of 7 Siblings Finalized Ahead of Christmas
A couple in Arkansas was able to adopt a set of seven siblings just weeks before Christmas. Terri Hawthorn and Michael Hawthorn told themselves that they would foster children but never adopt when they became foster parents years ago.
Dollar General Bowl Countdown: Arkansas State defeats Ball State 23-20 in 15th game
In anticipation of the Dollar General Bowl between Buffalo and Troy at 6 p.m. CST Saturday at Ladd-Peebles Stadium, AL.com is counting down the bowl through the years:. Arkansas State took a 23-20 victory over Ball State when defensive tackle Ryan Carrethers ended his collegiate career by blocking a
8 Beautiful Arkansas Locations You Probably Didn’t Know Existed
Everyone loves Hawksbill Crag and Haw Creek Falls but Arkansas has so many other beautiful places to explore. Whether they’re out-shined by neighboring attractions or just located off the beaten path, you may not have known about these particular spots. Let’s plan some road trips and see how many un
City of Wynne searching for new police chief after firing 20-year veteran
WYNNE, Ark. — The search is on for a new police chief in Wynne, Arkansas. On Tuesday, Chief Jeff Sanders took to Facebook announcing his departure from the Wynne Police Department after 20 years on the force.
Forrest City overcomes big shot
Forrest City absorbed a three-point punch to the gut when Little Rock McClellan's Malek Robinson hit a last-second shot to force overtime Tuesday night at the Lions Den. The shot stunned the Mustangs, but only momentarily.
Benton County road would need upgrade, official says
BENTONVILLE -- A 6,000-foot dirt portion of North Old Wire Road will need to be modernized if more heavy truck traffic plans to roll down it, a Benton County official said. That dirt section is near 1425 N. Old Wire Road just northeast of Lowell where red dirt is hauled out of the Cross Hollows mine
Fino’s From the Hill to close after 28 years
MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - Those who crave savory sandwich combinations from Fino’s From the Hill will have to find another provider in 10 days, unless someone buys the restaurant. The Midtown Fino’s at Madison and McLean at The Gilmore has been serving up delectable Italian subs with salami, ham, mozzarel
Phillips 66 club nabs nearly 50 chamPionships in Arkansas: Gymnasts go on gold rush in meet
Those opportunistic miners were pikers compared with the Phillips 66 Gymnastics Club of 2018. This hearty, healthy and high-energy army of graceful, gritty gyrators swarmed to the 2018 University of Arkansas Santa Invitational and grabbed 47 individual gold medals and 14 All-Around titles.
Arkansas escapes against UTSA, 79-67
Finding themselves in an unexpected dog fight in front of 12,462 fans, the Arkansas Razorbacks leaned on their defense and free throw shooting to escape North Little Rock with a 79-67 victory over the UTSA Roadrunners on Saturday night.