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Man Accused of Threatening to Kill District Judge

CONWAY, Ark.- District court judge Susan Weaver cycles through cases from her Conway courtroom. "You make people mad on a daily basis," Weaver says. While balancing the scales of justice, Weaver has also recently been balancing risk versus safety. Faulkner county authorities say Terry Bennett, 58, t

KARK - 2018-01-19 00:19:18

Tailgating leads to meth find, two arrested

A traffic stop for tailgating turned in to the arrest of a pair after a traffic stop in Gravesville. In the Tuesday, Jan. 9 report, a deputy reported seeing a car following a second car too closely while they were going through Bee Branch. As the deputy pulled behind the car to see what was going on

VANBURENCOUNTYDEM.COM - 2018-01-17 18:48:27

Conway woman killed in Grant County accident

A Conway woman was killed in a two-vehicle accident in Grant County Wednesday. According to a preliminary report from the Arkansas State Police, Dorothiea M. Hyde, 62, was southbound on U.S. 167 when she lost control of the 2011 Nissan Sentra on the ice and spun into the path of a tractor-trailer. T

PINE BLUFF COMMERCIAL - 2018-01-18 14:35:21

Police: False Claims of Police Impersonator in Russellville

RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. - Recent claims of a police impersonator in Russellville are false say city, county authorities. On Sunday, Jan. 14 the Pope County Sheriff's Office took a report of a possible police impersonator that stopped a female motorist in the area of State Highway 7 and Shiloh Road in th

KARK - 2018-01-18 23:50:39

Icy-road spinout fatal to driver, 62

A 62-year-old Conway woman was killed when her vehicle spun out on an icy highway and hit a tractor-trailer, the Arkansas State Police said. The crash happened shortly before 11 a.m. Wednesday in the 8000 block of U.S. 167 North in Sheridan, according to a preliminary report. Authorities said Doroth

NWAONLINE.COM - 2018-01-19 10:14:00

Russellville School District closed Friday after several students have 'flu-like' symptoms

The school district sent out information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to parents Thursday on symptoms they should watch for in their children and what they should consider if their children get sick. (MGN Photo) The Russellville School District will close Friday after se

KATV - 2018-01-18 16:22:51

Body Found in Hot Springs on Vacant Lot

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. - Police are investigating after the body of an adult is found on a vacant lot. The Hot Springs Police Department says the discovery was made shortly after 2 p.m. on Wednesday near the intersection of Spring and Illinois streets on the city's east side. Police do not yet have an i

KARK - 2018-01-17 22:29:01

Brigitte Bardot brands #MeToo campaigners 'hypocritical and ridiculous'

Brigitte Bardot is the latest legendary French actress to denounce the #MeToo movement as the campaign against systemic sexual harassment continues to take effect in Hollywood. The 83-year-old star has accused "the vast majority" of actresses who complain about sexual harassment of hypocrisy and pu

KHBS - 2018-01-18 18:01:00

Two buildings demolished, new Allsup's may be on the way

The property owner of the two lots is Allsup's Heavy equipment moved onto two lots near the intersection of White Mountain Drive with Mechem Drive Tuesday. A former Pizza Hut building and The Kid Cafe on adjoining lots 1201 and 1203 Mechem Drive were demolished by GWC Construction Inc. out of Loving

RUIDOSO NEWS - 2018-01-18 16:42:22

Sheriff asks for public's help identifying Ski Apache burglary suspect

The public is being asked for help identifying a man caught by surveillance cameras during a burglary at Ski Apache Resort. Lincoln County Undersheriff Michael T. Wood issued a news release Thursday with a photograph of the man, who wore black tactical clothing that partially covered his face. "This

RUIDOSO NEWS - 2018-01-18 17:20:43

New Ruidoso business aims to relieve back pain

Trina Nunnally is offering treatments at Summit Back Care aimed at relieving back pain and she claims she can speak from experience. "In 2004, I became a patient on a LORDEX decompression bed," she said. "After about 10 treatments, I began to have relief from my 11-year struggle with back and neck p

RUIDOSO NEWS - 2018-01-17 18:01:39

Progress on MainStreet goals for midtown Ruidoso detailed

Generating traffic to Ruidoso's midtown tourist shopping district through promotion, events and volunteer efforts tops the goals for the Ruidoso Midtown Association, the nonprofit group's new executive director told village councilors at a meeting last week. Matt Ingram said standing at the podium d

RUIDOSO NEWS - 2018-01-18 21:37:25

"All Things Water in Ruidoso" program Jan. 22

Past, current and future projects will be explained Members of the Federated Republican Women of Lincoln County invite the public to learn about "All Things Water in Ruidoso," from 12:10 p.m. to 12:55 p.m., Jan. 22, at the Cree Meadows Country Club, Eric Boyda, Ruidoso Water Rights and Watershed Dir

RUIDOSO NEWS - 2018-01-17 17:54:00

Happy Hiker: Three Times Is A Charm on Miner's Trail

Jeremy Pritchett visited the Happy Hiker Ruidoso last week. Pritchett is with the U.S. Forest Service. He deals with the Lincoln National Forest's wilderness and trails. This would be a dream job but also a very daunting responsibility. Thank you, Pritchett, and all the LNF rangers for your endless


Residents to host Alamogordo Women's March Sunday

ALAMOGORDO - We Trust Women, a local activist organization, will host the first Alamogordo Women's March Sunday in solidarity with the marches across New Mexico and the US. "Last year, a group of women from here went to Las Cruces and they allowed us to participate and allowed me to speak, which I


Wreath project at Fort Stanton a poignant success

Recipients ranged from four Civil War veterans to the first veteran buried in the newly dedicated area of the cemetery Organizers of the local arm of Wreaths Across America reported success with the effort to raise enough money to place wreaths on the graves of veterans at the Fort Stanton Merchant

RUIDOSO NEWS - 2018-01-17 22:00:15

U.S. Attorney identifies man who fired on police officers, killing deputy marshal

Investigators identified the person they say shot multiple police officers Thursday morning as a Philadelphia man who was wanted on two warrants in that city. Kevin Sturgis, 31, was killed after he opened fire on law enforcement officers, killing a U.S. deputy marshal and wounding a York City police

PENNLIVE.COM - 2018-01-18 22:49:46

Man Shot Dead In North Philadelphia Market Wednesday: Police

PHILADELPHIA - A Lancaster man is dead after a Wednesday night shooting in a North Philadelphia mini market, according to Philadelphia Police. Police said the shooting occurred at about 7:05 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 17 in a market on the 3300 block of North 6th Street. When officers showed up to the sce

PATCH - 2018-01-18 14:31:24

Police: 2 arrested after pursuit of stolen car

PHILADELPHIA (WTXF) - Police say a pursuit ended with two people in custody. Authorities say it started around 4 p.m. Thursday on I-95 in Chester Township and ended in Philadelphia around 4:30 p.m. According to authorities, police noticed a stolen car and followed it. It appears the chase ended in

FOX29.COM - 2018-01-19 01:01:00

New Jersey College Student Expelled After Racist Rant

"I don't care if it's Martin Luther King Day," yelled a 19-year-old New Jersey woman into her camera phone. "I'm in the South now." Harley Barber finished the rant by repeatingly chanting a particularly harsh racial slur as another girl laughed off-screen. Barber posted the video to her fake Instagr

NBC PHILADELPHIA - 2018-01-18 22:47:21