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Arkansas Tech will name new football coach on Monday
RUSSELLVILLE -- Arkansas Tech University Director of Athletics Steve Mullins has called a press conference to be held on Monday to announce the hiring of the school's next head football coach. The press conference will be held at 11:30 a.m. in the Tour Room located in Brown Hall.
Joe makes 5 3-pointers, helps Arkansas beat UTSA 79-67
Isaiah Joe leads Hogs past UTSA — NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Isaiah Joe made five 3-pointers and scored 15 points, and Arkansas held off UTSA 79-67 on Saturday night. Four of Joe's triples game in the first half, but his second-half shot was key for the Razorback (7-3), who found themselves in a
Boys swimmers take second in first home meet
The Siloam Springs boys swim team finished second Thursday in its first home meet of the season at the Hub White Pool inside the Walton Lifetime Health Complex at John Brown University.
Pine Bluff fire crews introduce new 10-year smoke detectors, installing for free in homes
PINE BLUFF, Ark. (KTHV) - There's a new smoke detector that lasts 10 years meaning you don't have to change the batteries, and still know you're safe and protected. The Pine Bluff Fire Department sees value in them, so they partnered with the Red Cross to install the smoke detectors in people's home
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
South Arkansas incorporations by county through Tuesday, December 11
South Arkansas incorporations by county for the week ended Tuesday, December 11, 2018, according to the Arkansas Secretary of State:. Triple Cross Properties, LLC, Laura Cross, 510 Columbia Road 118, McNeil filed 12/3/18.
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.
On this Day in AR History: December 12
On this day in 1838, Desha County was founded. The county was named for landowner and War of 1812 hero Captain Benjamin Desha. Before it was settled it was Native American territory. The Arkansas, White, and Mississippi rivers provided fertile farm land and more than enough food for the Quapaw. Even
Arkansas won't Complete Football Recruiting Class During Early Signing Period
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - By Otis Kirk. Arkansas has 25 public commitments and plans to add 29 new recruits in the Class of 2019, but it all won't be over during the Dec. 19-21 early signing period.
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.
Designer to re-issue red coat Nancy Pelosi wore to White House meeting
WASHINGTON (SBG) — House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi made headlines after her Oval Office meeting with President Trump, Vice President Pence and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer. First, for her spirited conversation with the president, and then for the bold outerwear she sported while leaving
Arkansas hoops target Doudou Gueye shows off versatility
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas junior college recruiting target Doudou Gueye put his first semester of American basketball to bed with a win Friday afternoon. Gueye (6-9, 220 pounds) of Dakar, Senegal, who played his first year of college basketball in Japan, had five points, five rebounds and blocked a sh
Larger Sky Modern still satisfying
New Japanese and/or sushi places open regularly in this market (we reviewed one, Samu, just last week), but it's worthwhile to check back into older, consistently reliable places, especially if they've recently put out a new wing.
Couch Jackets play Maxine's in Hot Springs
Comedian Tim Gaither goes for laughs at The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Thu.-Fri., 10 p.m. Fri., 9:30 p.m. Sat., $8-$12. Post-grunge rockers Smile Empty Soul take the stage at the Rev Room, with Co-Op and Eight Eyes, 8 p.m., $10-$13. The Central Arkansas Library System's Not Quite Holiday Film Fest continu
Smile Empty Soul one of 3 bands at Rev Room
Smile Empty Soul, along with opening acts Co-Op and Eight Eyes, will perform at 8 p.m. today at the Rev Room in Little Rock. Admission is $13. North Mississippi Allstars, along with opening act Cody Dickinson & Friends, will perform at 9 p.m. Saturday. Tickets are $22 in advance, $25 the day of the
Arkansas LB Dee Walker Arrested With Huge Amount of Marijuana, Xanax and AR-15
Remember when two Arkansas players got suspended for flirting with MSU dancers? Their latest player debacle is a bit worse. It doesn't sound like a mistake a player should make. It sounds more like the plot of a movie as guns and drugs are included.
Arkansas looking at 2019 forward Dischon Thomas of Phoenix
LITTLE ROCK -- Mike Anderson and his Arkansas coaching staff have not been bashful in their pursuit of size, length, and versatility in the 2019 recruiting class, and Dischon Thomas (6-9 forward, Hillcrest Prep in Phoenix) is one of the prospects the Razorbacks are currently in the process of evalua
Hog coaches expected to be on hand for battle between '20 Arkansas offers Moore and Williams
LITTLE ROCK -- The Arkansas Razorbacks may be in the 501 to handle business on Saturday against Texas-San Antonio at Verizon Arena in North Little Rock, but first things first: Hog coaches will be in Conway tonight to check out the future -- at least they hope future Razorbacks -- with 2020 Arkansas
Panel delays vote on schools proposal
The Little Rock School District Community Advisory Board delayed until Tuesday its vote on whether to support the district's plan to close or repurpose seven schools. The vote was rescheduled because three board members were unable to attend Thursday's 5:30 p.m. meeting, said Jeff Wood, the advisory
'I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas'
My memories don't go back to 1942, but that's when Bing Crosby came out with the Irving Berlin Christmas song called "I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas." It became one of the most popular songs ever, especially among the winter season songs that have appeared from time to time through passing years.