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Man allegedly steals car and kills couple in crash while fleeing police in Hot Springs
CRIMEMan allegedly steals car and kills couple in crash while fleeing police in Hot SpringsGystin Parker, 19, is facing two counts of first-degree murder after police said he stole a car and crashed it into a couple's vehicle during a chase.
Update: Murder Charges Added for GA Teen Jailed in Deadly AR Police Pursuit
Gystin Parker of Riverdale, GA faces two counts of first degree Murder, according to the Hot Springs Police Department (HSPD).
Traffic stop results in three felony arrests
Floyd Richard Beckwith Jr., 55, who lists a Bald Mountain Road address, John Billy Gray Jr., 32, who lists a Cones Road address, and Alexis Nichole Morgan, 19, who lists a Cooper Street address, were all taken into custody shortly after midnight and each charged with possession of meth with purpose
Bankruptcy court rules foreclosure can proceed
Judge Ben Barry ruled Summit Investment Management can continue to pursue the complaint for foreclosure it filed last month in Garland County Circuit Court. The Denver private equity firm acquired the hotel's debt at an auction after the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. put original creditor, First N
Liam Hemsworth Film Set to Shoot Scene in Hot Springs
The movie is directed by Clark Duke. Duke, a native of Glenwood, has appeared in The Office, Greek, and The Croods.
Report: Bobby Bones Plans Run for Governor of Arkansas
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Fox News) - Popular country music radio host and "Dancing with the Stars" competitor Bobby Bones said he plans to run for governor of Arkansas after revealing a surprising link to Bill Clinton, who was the state's governor before becoming president.
Medical Marijuana Commission Responds to Public Complaints
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Arkansas Times) -- The Medical Marijuana Commission issued responses Tuesday to questions raised at a recent public session and formally approved denials of cultivation permit applications that could clear the way for further court action. Generally speaking, the commission in res
Juvenile Re-Sentencing Trial Begins in Saline County for Man Convicted of Capital Murder
BENTON, Ark.- Twenty-six years ago Chad Kitchell was taken to the Arkansas Department of Corrections after receiving a life sentence without the possibility of parole for capital murder.Kitchell is one of many inmates in Arkansas who was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole as a juven
Arkansas Rubber Band Manufacturer Asks Trade Officials To Take Action Over Imports
Jason Risner, director of business strategy for Alliance Rubber Company, says imported rubber bands are being sold at unreasonable prices.
Police: Arkansas pawnshop owner fatally shot during apparent robbery try; 2 sought
Brandon McHan, the owner of Wise Buck Pawn Shop in Pine Bluff, was hit while he exchanged gunfire with at least one of two assailants who entered the store at 2408 S. Camden Road after 5:30 p.m., the Pine Bluff Police Department said in a statement.
Garvan Woodland Gardens 'Holiday Lights' in Hot Springs Opens Nov
You've haven't quite experienced the holiday season until you take the short drive to Hot Springs, Ark., for the annual Holiday Lights at beautiful Garvan Woodland Gardens from Nov. 17-Dec. 31.
Central Arkansas Sees First Snow of Season
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- While it may not have been enough for your cell phone camera to pick up (at least for most of you), Central Arkansas saw some snow Tuesday morning.
Kelly Bryant's decision date set; Paul Finebaum says Arkansas
With a decision date set for Dec. 4, Bryant will decide between Arkansas, Missouri, Auburn, Mississippi State, North Carolina and Miami. According to Paul Jones, publisher at Bulldogs247, Bryant will take an official to Mississippi State this weekend for the Arkansas game.
Trees to light up Central Avenue in Hot Springs
At 5:45 p.m. today, the Downtown Association of Hot Springs will be joined by Mayor Pat McCabe to officially switch on the 45,000 LED lights.
Shot while trying to buy meth in Little Rock, woman tells police
Police are investigating after a woman said she was shot while trying to buy methamphetamine Friday in Little Rock. Officers were called at 4:21 a.m. to Saline Memorial Hospital in Benton, where the 19-year-old woman was being treated for gunshot wounds to her buttocks and right arm, according to a
Shooting at Pine Bluff pawn shop leaves 1 dead, 1 injured
Police are investigating a shooting at a Pine Bluff pawn shop that left one person dead and another injured. It happened at the Wise Buck Pawn Shop at 2408 S. Camden Rd., just south of Faucett Road. Gunfire was exchanged between store employees and suspected robbers, according to authorities. Two em
Colossal cabbage wins girl big green
Allie Martin, a 9-year-old Magnet Cove Elementary School pupil in Malvern, recently was announced as the Arkansas winner of the National Bonnie Plants Cabbage Program with her 21-pound (!) cabbage.
2 Vietnam veterans receive diplomas in Hot Springs
Lonnie L. Tidwell and Vivian Gray Erichsen, both Vietnam War veterans from Hot Springs, received their high school diplomas during a special program at Lakeside Middle School. The diplomas were made possible through the Arkansas Department of Education’s Rules Governing Diplomas for Veterans, which
Arkansas hunter fatally shot by another hunter
A woman was shot and killed by a hunter in western Arkansas (Photo: MGN) The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission says a woman was shot and killed by a hunter in western Arkansas. Officials had first reported both were hunting when the woman was fatally shot Sunday by a man near Oark in Johnson County,
Pizza Delivery Driver Pistol-Whipped in LR, Police Say
The report states one of them yanked the victim out of his vehicle, ripping his jacket, and then pulled a handgun on him. The suspect then struck the delivery driver on both sides of his face with the gun before taking his wallet and cash receipts.