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El Dorado cruises to win at Hot Springs
HOT SPRINGS - This week has been a profitable one for El Dorado. After sweeping a doubleheader against J.A. Fair, the Wildcats won their third straight by downing Hot Springs 11-0 Friday in 5A-South play.
California 'house of horrors' parents sentenced to life in prison
The California “house of horrors” parents who abused and tortured 12 of their 13 children were sentenced to life in prison Friday with the possibility of parole after 25 years.
Family encourages bullying awareness after teen suicide
HOT SPRINGS, Ark. -- Fifteen year old Deanna Abbott was described as many things. "On her best days she was energetic, she was outgoing," her mother Donna said. A talented artist, she found ways to express herself whether in her drawings or her journals.
KSSN The Pollen Goodbye @ ZIPS Car Wash!
KSSN 96 and ZIPS Car Wash are hooking listeners up with a free car wash to clear away all the pollen when we're KSSN POLLEN GOODBYE! You can join us on location at the ZIPS Car Wash on Reynolds Rd. in Bryant on April 30th from 11:30am until 1:30pm, or at the ZIPS Car Wash on Oak St. in Conway on May
Multiple Arkansas school districts closed due to serve flooding
AVILLA CHRISTIAN ACADEMY -- CLOSED DUE TO FLOODING. BRYANT SCHOOL DISTRICT -- CLOSED TODAY TO FLOODING - AMI DAY. PULASKI COUNTY SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTIRCT -- CLOSED TODAY TO FLOODING - AMI DAY.
Man sentenced to 12 years for battering 2-month-old
A Hot Springs man was sentenced to 12 years in prison Tuesday after pleading guilty to felony battery for injuring his 2-month-old son in 2017 while "huffing" air duster to get high.
Arkansas U.S.D. 1812 attends national council
The Arkansas Society United States Daughters of 1812 (U.S.D. 1812) recently sent a delegation of five to the 127th Associate Council at Washington, D.C. The three day event is held annually to conduct business of the National Society as well as giving recognition to those states and chapters who exc
Benton sees spark in violent crime, police increase patrols
A spike in dangerous gunfire has sparked concern in Benton, and police are investigating. People living in the Ralph Bunche Community are fed up with the violence taking over their neighborhood and demanding change.
Runaway teen missing from Saline County
BENTON, Ark. – Saline County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) deputies and detectives are asking for your help in locating a juvenile that has run away from her home. Heather Lattin, 15, of Paron was last seen leaving her home on foot wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with the word “California” on the front.
NPS plans to burn wood pile Monday
The National Park Service plans to ignite a large debris pile off of Whittington Avenue Monday but said conditions won't be favorable for a larger controlled burn until later this year at the earliest.
Flooding damages homes in Shannon Hills
SALINE COUNTY, Ark. - Receding flood waters reveal the damage done after water got into homes in Shannon Hills on Thursday morning. The fire department was called in to help evacuate people from a half dozen homes.
Heavy rains cause flash flooding in parts of Arkansas
BRYANT, Ark. (AP) - Heavy rainfall has caused flash flooding that prompted the temporary shutdown of a major interstate in central Arkansas and the closure of several schools in the Little Rock area.
Benton, Washington Counties are Arkansas' fastest-growing
Benton and Washington Counties are the fastest-growing counties in Arkansas, according to new U.S. Census estimate data released Thursday. Benton County's population grew 2.3% from July 2017 to July 2018, according to the data, adding 6,104 people. A total of 236,961 people live in the county now.
Arkansas horses to shine in his/her Rainbow races
HOT SPRINGS -- Morning-line favorites in stake races are rarely ranked as highly as Bye Bye J. On the other hand, fillies with her credentials rarely qualify for stakes races against Arkansas-bred horses.
Life On The Road Keeps Comic Happy
It’s a strange thing, Aubree Sweeney explains, to realize opinions you thought no one could relate to are not only extremely relatable, but can build connections between people.
'Drive High, Get a DWI': Increased police presence on April 20
Arkansas law enforcement agencies will increase patrol officer presence on roads and highways later this week as part of a regional effort to stop drivers impaired by drugs. The “Drive High - Get a DWI” initiative begins Friday, April 19 and continues through Saturday, April 20. Local police, sherif
Chiropractic care keeps horses at their best level
EDITOR'S NOTE: Each year, The Sentinel-Record presents a series of articles highlighting the unique occupations surrounding the sport of thoroughbred racing in Hot Springs and the individuals who make the live meet a success.
Watch: Water rescue in Bryant
BRYANT, Ark. - A man was rescued from flood waters Thursday morning. The Bryant Fire Department assisted the man from a street that was flooded due to heavy rain. See the rescue in the video above.
National Park Week kicks off today
Today kicks off a weeklong celebration of National Park Week, and Hot Springs National Park is joining in on the fun by hosting multiple events across the next few days. Held every April, National Park Week allows the National Park Service to teach families and children more about the national parks
Saline Co. Boy Scout hosts pet adoption day
BENTON, Ark.- Homeless dogs are finding their forever homes, thanks to a Saline County Boy Scout. Cameron Green and his scout troop showed off around 10 puppies up for adoption on the lawn of Centerpoint Church in Benton.