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Body Shop Is ‘Complete Loss’ Following Fire in Osceola, AR

Osceola, AR, firefighters douse hot spots after knocking down a fire at McCarn's Body Shop.KAIT

AUTOBODYNEWS.COM - 2018-08-20 20:57:00

Afroman concert stopped by Jonesboro police because he got high

A performancescheduledfrom 8 PM to 2 AM at The Vault in Jonesboro ended early Monday morning. Performer Joshua Moss, who was also on stage, told NEA Report that around 1:15 AM, performer Afroman “lit a blunt on stage and passed it to the crowd.”

NEAREPORT.COM - 2018-08-20 18:19:02

Slideshow: Craighead Co. mug shots Aug. 19-25

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) -The following are mug shots of individuals arrested on a variety of charges during the week of Aug. 19-25 by local authorities in Craighead County.(Mobile users click here)This photo gallery is updated daily.All are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Cha

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Hepatitis A vaccines different if exposed to virus

JONESBORO, AR - TheHepatitisA outbreak in Northeast Arkansas has everyone a little on edge. The Arkansas Department ofHealthreports the number of Hepatitis A cases has grown to 85, including one death.Start the conversation, orRead moreat KAIT-TV.

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AR: 2 Juveniles Killed When Vehicle Struck By Train

5NEWS Web Staff1 hour agoCORNING, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas State Police say two juvenile girls were killed when the vehicle they were in was struck by a train in northeast Arkansas on Friday (Aug. 17) afternoon.A state police report says the two were eastbound on Clay County Road 154 in Corning. The 2

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Tiny Worms Bug Arkansas’s Soybean Farmers

“They’ve made Arkansas home,” said University of Arkansas extension plant pathologist Travis Faske of the tiny, destructive worms known as root knot nematodes.

KASU.ORG - 2018-08-20 00:00:00

A-State Welcomes New Bike Share Partner to Campus

“Last year, bike share was a huge hit with our students, faculty and staff, and I believe they will appreciate the upgrades we are making with our new partner,” Chancellor Kelly Damphousse said.

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Main Street Batesville gets new director

Curtwright, 31, was hired as executive director for Main Street in late July. She replaces Shannon Haney, who was recently promoted in the Arkansas Army National Guard and stepped down as Main Street’s executive director.

ARKANSAS ONLINE - 2018-08-20 01:14:00

Water rescues after heavy rain in North Arkansas

Emergency management reports water has since receded, but this was the view earlier at the Cash Saver grocery store in downtown Clinton as flash flooding affected the area. Photo courtesy Jared Betnar.#arwxpic.twitter.com/xpT3nXp74y— NWS Little Rock (@NWSLittleRock)August 20, 2018

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2 high school seniors killed when vehicle struck by train in Arkansas

CORNING, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas State Police say two juvenile girls were killed when the vehicle they were in was struck by a train in northeast Arkansas.A state police report says the two were eastbound on a county road in Clay County near Corning on Friday when the girl who was driving pulled into t

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William Whitfield Hyman and Natalie Hyman, both of Fort Smith, have filed a civil rights complaint against the Walnut Ridge through Mayor Charles Snapp and Chris Kirksey, former police chief.

William Whitfield Hyman and Natalie Hyman, both of Fort Smith, have filed a civil rights complaint against the Walnut Ridge through Mayor Charles Snapp and Chris Kirksey, former police chief.

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Two Dead in Collision Involving Train in Clay County Friday

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Report filed after domestic disturbance

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. —UPDATE: A domestic disturbance launched several reports of a possible abduction in Fayetteville, according to the Springdale Police Department.Springdale police said a man and woman were arguing in a car and pulled over in Fayetteville in the area of Crossover Road and Zion Road

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Hydration station unveiled on A-State campus

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) -As part of a campus beautification project, Arkansas State University installed a hydration station.On Friday, it was unveiled near the north entrance to the Humanities and Social Sciences Building. It is near Aggie Circle and the Red Wolf statue.According to a news release fro

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Trumann City Council approves community fishing pond project

Public Works Director Scotty Jones had the idea and approached Mayor Barbara Lewallen about the possibility. "I thought it'd be something good for the entire city. Kids and adults alike would be able to use the pond. The pond would also be handicap accessible," Jones said. After doing some research,

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Lifelong resident Lanny Tinker has announced he will seek re-election as mayor of Hoxie.

Tinker is a member of the Hoxie United Methodist Church, and he and his wife Lida Welch Tinker, and two daughters, Melanie Davis and Laura Prondzinski, are all graduates of Hoxie High School and Arkansas State University.

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Altice : USA unveils new 3.5GHz test plans | MarketScreener

Altice USA– which owns US cable duo Cablevision andSuddenlink– has applied forFederal Communications Commission(FCC) approval to stage small cell tests using 3.5GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) spectrum inJonesboro, ArkansasandDeer Park, New York. The trials will commence on1 September 20

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2 juveniles killed when vehicle struck by train in northern Arkansas

CORNING, Ark. (AP) —Arkansas State Police say two juvenile girls were killed when the vehicle they were in was struck by a train in northeast Arkansas.A state police report says the two were eastbound on a county road in Clay County near Corning on Friday when the girl who was driving pulled into th

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Main Street Paragould encourages all downtown business owners, employees to get vaccinated

"Not only can it be picked up in food preparation, it can be passed on the hands too," Jarrett said. "So, we're talking door knobs and shopping carts and anything the public touches, it's better to be safe than sorry."

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Voters in the Lawrence County School District narrowly approved a millage increase during a special election held Tuesday by a vote of 366 for (50.2 percent) and 359 against (49.2 percent).

Voters in the Lawrence County School District narrowly approved a millage increase during a special election held Tuesday by a vote of 366 for (50.2 percent) and 359 against (49.2 percent).The district was seeking a 2.9 millage increase, which will put the district at 35.3 mills.The millage increase

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