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Woman found dead after attempted Arkansas home invasion

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Authorities in North Little Rock are investigating a woman's death following an attempted home invasion.Police say a homeowner reported that someone was trying to break into his home about 5:30 p.m. Friday. During the call to police the homeowner told a dispatcher that

KTBS - 2018-10-20 15:39:03

DTF targets heroin dealers, nets 13 arrests

An almost five-month operation by the local drug task force targeting an alleged heroin distribution ring operating in Garland County resulted in the arrest of 13 suspects, most in the last three days, officials said at a news conference on Friday.The genesis of the operation, dubbed Operation White

SENTINEL-RECORD - 2018-10-20 00:00:00

Police identify woman found shot to death in North Little Rock backyard

Kendra Givens, 23, died Friday afternoon in the yard of 2223 W. Short 17th Street, according to a news release from the North Little Rock Police Department.

ARKANSAS ONLINE - 2018-10-20 03:11:00

One dead in North Little Rock after robbery turns deadly

KTHVCRIMEOne dead in North Little Rock after robbery turns deadlyThe victim is a female, and the person who called police is at the police station. Though officers are at the scene, there is no active threat.

THV11.COM - 2018-10-20 01:10:31

13 suspects in custody in heroin-ring inquiry

The operation, called Operation White Horse, stemmed from a heroin overdose fatality June 7 where officers attempted to revive the victim with Narcan but were unsuccessful, said Garland County Prosecuting Attorney Michelle Lawrence, who oversees the 18th Judicial Circuit East Drug Task Force.

ARKANSAS ONLINE - 2018-10-20 02:46:00

Operation White Horse; Several Agencies Bust Heroin Ring

GARLAND COUNTY, Ark.- A major drug bust in Garland county after months of investigation. The 18th Judicial District East Drug Task Force, a group made up of several different agencies busted a heroin ring arresting more than a dozen people. "A small group of individuals [was] establishing themselve

KARK - 2018-10-19 23:11:10

Conway police investigate overnight pursuit, officer involved shooting

KTHVCRIMEConway police investigate overnight pursuit, officer involved shootingThe Conway Police Department is investigating an incident involving a pursuit, ending with an officer firing shots at a suspect on Thursday, Oct. 18 at 10 p.m.

THV11.COM - 2018-10-19 16:01:05

Increased Benton County jail fee helps battle rising costs

BENTONVILLE -- A proposed $10 increase in jail fees will get Benton County near the break-even point for housing inmates, but costs are expected to keep increasing, county officials said.

NWAONLINE.COM - 2018-10-21 01:00:00

Wanted: Man responsible for stealing packages in Saline Co.

The Bryant Police Department says a recent eyewitness and video surveillance have identified Harvy Brady, 38, of Bryant as a suspect. (Photo: Bryant Police Department) Authorities are asking the public for help locating a suspect who they believe has been stealing packages off front porches in Sali


Here's the Most Vile, Evil, Manipulative, Horrifying Political Ad of the Season

I grew up in Benton, Arkansas, about 20 miles outside of Little Rock. It was a very racist town (when I grew up there, black people literally lived on the other side of the railroad tracks in what was known as “N-word Hill”). The year after I left, they extended my street into the Hill, which finall


Four Plead Guilty in Arkansas Multi-Million Dollar TRICARE Scheme

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (News release) - Federal officials announced today the guilty pleas of Brad Duke, 43, of Little Rock, Charlotte Leija, 38, of Conway, Michael "Chance" Beeman, 48, of Maumelle, and Michael Sean Brady, 50, of Little Rock, to conspiring to violate the Anti-Kickback Statute. Duke plead


Arkansas man accused of having sex with teen girl

John Martin Breshears, 23, was arrested Tuesday by Garland County sheriff's investigators on a warrant for fourth-degree sexual assault, punishable by up to six years in prison.


After $78.5M sale, Mountain Valley water company to maintain Arkansas operations

Charles H. Brown said it’s “business as usual” after the $78.5 million acquisition of Mountain Valley Spring Co. LLC by DS Services, a subsidiary of publicly held Cott Corp. of Canada and Tampa, Fla., closed Monday.


Pressure turns to Mexico as migrant caravan heads for U.S. border

Honduran migrants bound to the U.S border climb into the bed of a truck in Zacapa, Guatemala, Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018. The group of some 2,000 Honduran migrants hit the road in Guatemala again Wednesday, hoping to reach the United States despite President Donald Trump's threat to cut off aid to Cen


Chrystal Vega photos: Dardanelle teacher accused of student relationship

Pictured, Dardanelle, Arkansas middle school teacher, Chrystal Vega. Image via social media.


Hot Springs Store Owner Wrestles Wig Away From Would-Be Thief

Inside, wigs are a hot commodity. Different shapes, sizes and colors fill the aisles.


2018 Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival

Web Extra: Issue 5 DebateA supporter and an opponent of the minimum wage measure explain why…2 minutes agoOn this Day in History: October 18On this day in 1982, Shaffer Chimere10 minutes agoHot Springs Documentary Film Festival for 2018Matt DeCample shares details on what films will be showing this


Russellville Proposed Ordinance: No More Dogs On Chains

Tammie Case with the Russellville Animal Shelter says she stays busy taking care of the pups, but this isn't all. They have recently taken on a new project, proposing a city ordinance.


Trump threatens to use military to stop caravan

WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump threatened Thursday to summon the military to close the U.S.-Mexico border and upend a trade deal, expressing mounting frustration with a large caravan of migrants from Honduras making its way toward the United States.In morning tweets, Trump repeated vows to sto


Arkansan accused of beating infant son pleads not guilty

An Arkansan accused of beating his 5-month-old son last year, causing bleeding on his brain, pleaded not guilty Monday.