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Arkansas To Evaluate Riverbed After Sinkhole, Kayaker Death
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas has hired a consultant to evaluate a stretch of the Spring River after a kayaker drowned this month when he was dragged into a rare sinkhole that created a whirlpool.Commissioner of State Lands John Thurston says experts on Monday (June 25) will begin evaluating the
More Indictments Returned In Arkansas Fight Against Crime
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Federal prosecutors in Arkansas say increased efforts to battle drug and gun crimes have led to more than 70 indictments filed so far this month.TheArkansas Democrat-Gazette reportsthe figures come as state, local and federal authorities earlier this year vowed to step up pr
Strong Saturday morning storms cause damage across Central Arkansas
Damage to Cleveland Hardware in Lonoke. Photo courtesy Lynanne IvyMany people across Central Arkansas are waking up to damage caused by strong storms this Saturday morning.Initial reports looked like it could have been a tornado but the National Weather Service says it was straight-line winds, not a
Theft Puts Hot Springs Pedicab Company Out of Business
Bennett says 8 bikes were inside the trailer, which he stored in the lot since he started his company, JJ's Pedicabs, 3 years ago.
Russellville Pharmacy Concerned Over Possible Employee Recruitment
"We've all grown up in this community and served the moms, dads, children, all the way to the nursing home and assisted living," Smith said.
Man Arrested For Allegedly Damaging Police Headquarters and Courthouse in NLR
44-year-old Tommy Laron McDowell has been charged with two counts of felony criminal mischief in the first degree for his involvement with the recent damage, as well as, a previous incident at the North Little Rock Police and Courts Building on April 14th 2018.
Mayor responds to public comments
“So for the third time today I was just told that ‘someone’ earlier today was told that we (Russellville/Lake Dardanelle) lost two big bass tournaments because we are so high on our ‘Expo Tax’ and what a loss for our community,” he stated. “Problem is, we don't have an Expo Tax. The city of Russellv
Russellville Animal Control receives 76 animals in May
The Russellville Animal Shelter received 76 animals during the month of May, had 16 adopted and returned six to their owners, according to the department’s monthly report.
Jones moves from softball to baseball
Jones announced his retirement before Pottsville’s Class 4A state championship loss to the Bauxite Miners with full intent to kick back, relax and watch his son, who plays for the Apaches baseball team.
HisStory featured at Hickory Hill Park tonight
Hickory Hill Park, 216 Bryant Road, will present a gospel music concert at 7 p.m. today featuring special guests HisStory. The group is a Southern gospel trio formed in 2015. Brother and sister, Anthony Minor and Stephanie Alexander are original members. Daran Robertson joined the trio in 2016. "Eve
Redeemed inmates are released to sing
"This is what it took for God to get my attention," he tells the congregation, his prison whites pristine under the bright lights of St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church. "But I give God all the honor and the glory because my pain is gone."
Former Faulkner Co. deputy arrested on charges including rape and false imprisonment
Matthew Kimery, 34, was arrested on Tuesday after Faulkner County Sheriff’s deputies were called out to his home on Jennifer Lane near the Saltillo community.
Ark. Multimodal Facility Clears Hurdle - The Waterways Journal
On June 10, a federal district judge dismissed a suit against planners of a slack-water harbor and multimodal terminal in Russellville, Ark., that has been held up in court for 14 years and has been planned for 21 years. If the plaintiffs decide not to appeal, the way could be open for its developme
Volunteer Gives $1 Million to Arkansas Children's Hospital
RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. (KNWA) - On Wednesday, a long-time Arkansas Children's Hospital volunteer gave a $1 million endowment to support child maltreatment prevention and education.
Pea Ridge murder suspect accused of intentionally hitting bicyclist
Andrea Lea Wilson, 26, appeared in court Wednesday for a bond hearing after her arrest on felony charges of aggravated assault and battery.
Arkansas Family 'Forgotten' in Mexico Pleads for Immigration Changes
"I don't have a blender, because it's 350 pesos to buy a blender. You know that's over a days work for my husband," she said.
Tackett named Volunteer of the Year by Miss America board
Patty Tackett, of Hot Springs, was recently named Volunteer of the Year by the Miss Arkansas Board of Directors at the Miss Arkansas Pageant held in Little Rock at Robinson Auditorium.
Three teens arrested in Siloam Springs shooting
Siloam Springs police arrested Travis Harris, 18, of Siloam Springs in connection with battery and engaging in violent criminal group activity.
Texans can't stomach new restaurant
Ayesha Curry, the entrepreneurial wife of Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry, is expanding her barbecue restaurant business to Houston, and let's just say Rockets fans aren't licking their chops.
Search for Runaway Girl Last Seen at Magic Springs
The Hot Springs Police Department (HSPD) says Rochelle High, 16, is originally from the Oklahoma City area and is not believed to have any local ties.