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Complaint alleges fraud involving former Logan County dive team
BOONEVILLE — Logan County’s Office of Emergency Management and its former dive team are the subject of a fraud complaint filed with the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management.
Arkansas Women Charged With Elaborate Credit Card Theft Scheme
The Oxford Police Department arrested two women from Arkansas this week for allegedly being involved in an elaborate credit card theft scheme and any additional victims are being encouraged to come forward.
Storm damage reported in Logan County
Residents of Logan County begin cleaning up Saturday morning after a line of strong thunderstorms moved through the area on Saturday morning leaving storm damage along its path.
Woman dies after being shot during domestic fight, Arkansas sheriff says
A 21-year-old woman died after being shot during an apparent domestic fight with a man near Pine Bluff, authorities said Thursday. Jefferson County deputies responded just after 10 p.m. Wednesday to the 3000 block of Mae Drive following reports of a domestic disturbance, according to the sheriff’s o
The Lassis Inn: A landmark for Arkansas catfish lovers
LITTLE ROCK (KATV) — It might have the best catfish in Arkansas -- but it remains something of a secret. Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Columnist Rex Nelson joined Channel 7's Elicia Dover for a meal eat at the Lassis Inn.
Crews search for man missing in Arkansas lake
FAYETTEVILLE -- Rescue workers put in a full day Wednesday searching for a man missing in Beaver Lake, with the search teams readying to work again today. "The divers in now will likely be the last for today," Kelly Cantrell, spokesman for the Washington County sheriff's office, said in a text messa
Traffic light upgrades in Downtown Russellville
RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. - Traffic troubles will come to a halt in Russellville. The city will soon upgrade the lights in the downtown area because backup is causing a headache for drivers.
Josh and Anna Duggar Spark Breakup Speculation After Arkansas Home Goes on Sale
Is there trouble in Josh and Anna Duggar's marriage? Counting On fans are theorizing the former TLC couple is heading for a split after the couple put their Arkansas house up for sale.
2019 Session: Arkansas House green lights discount for certain used car customers
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - When shopping for a used car, the price on the window isn't a buyer's bottom line. The vehicle also comes with a sales tax. However, some Arkansans in the market may not have to pay it for long.
New walkway built for Russellville homeless camp thanks to volunteers
RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. - Some people in the River Valley spent their spring break building a walkway to and from a homeless camp. Volunteers with the Russ Bus say the wet winter we've had caused the homeless camp to get muddy.
Lady Eagles Head to Hope as Defending Champions
The Paris Lady Eagle softball team continued their hectic schedule, opening the week on the road at Logan County rival Scranton. Paris struggled early, getting out in front of the ball and Scranton answered with solid defensive play. The Lady Rockets took the lead, but Paris rallied back, taking adv
Massey to attend National Sheriffs' Institute training
Logan County Sheriff Jason W. Massey announced last week via the LCSO Facebook last week that he has been accepted as one of 30 first-term Sheriffs nationwide to the National Sheriffs’ Institute in Aurora, Colo. in April.
White a success each step of way
RUSSELLVILLE -- Sherry White was never immersed in basketball as a child. While growing up in Bedford, Texas -- which is located between Dallas and Fort Worth -- basketball was not a viable option for young girls in the late 1960s or early 1970s. Girls ran track, played volleyball or most likely, st
Deal reached in Dardanelle hospital dispute
A preliminary agreement has been reached to resolve a dispute over Dardanelle Community Hospital, attorneys said Monday in jointly asking a federal judge to table a March 4 motion to appoint a receiver to take over the facility's operation.
Sidewalk project expected to be bid soon
At the close of 2018 Booneville Mayor Jerry Wilkins said he expected a sidewalk project that would connect the downtown area with the city municipal complex, the city’s two parks and all schools in the city to be completed this year.
Eagles Close Out week with Conference Win
The Paris baseball team is going through their growing pains under new Head Coach Bob Coker. The young guys are developing and making adjustments through a sometimes frustrating process. They went on the road to Scranton Monday night and once again saw a single half inning be their demise. The Rocke
Bunch leaving Magazine for Newport
Magazine Schools Superintendent Brett Bunch informed school district staff, via an email Friday, his resignation had been accepted by the Magazine School Board. Bunch, who has been in the position for four years, is leaving to become the superintendent at Newport. He had previously been through mult
Baseball: After slowing things down, Ozark's Graham heating up again
OZARK — Eddie Graham rolled out of bed earlier this month, pulled up GameChanger, looked at his batting average and rolled his eyes. Then he remembers what all players know: If baseball was easy, everybody would be doing it.
Magazine girls play once during week
With weather postponing Thursday’s games with Johnson County Westside, the Magazine Lady Rattlers managed to play one game last week and the Rattlers, who have played just once so far this season, faced Lamar in a scrimmage.
Tech baseball adjusts weekend schedule
RUSSELLVILLE — Due to the forecast of rain scheduled to hit beginning Saturday evening, the Arkansas Tech baseball doubleheader with Oklahoma Baptist has changed its schedule.