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Logan County Pair Accused of Dealing Meth From Home
LOGAN COUNTY, Ark. (KNWA) - A Logan County man and woman are accused of dealing meth from their home. David Cummins, 47, and Samantha Miller, 42, were both arrested at their home on Paint Rock Road south of Paris on several methamphetamine and drug complaints, according to a Logan County Sheriff's O
Six people injured in LeFlore County collision
Three adults and three children were injured in a personal injury collision in LeFlore County on Sunday, according to an Oklahoma Highway Patrol news release. The collision took place at about 9:04 a.m. Sunday on Oklahoma 144 about 1.1 miles west of Cline Road in LeFlore County, the release states.
Human Remains Found by Hunter in Russellville
RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. - A death investigation is underway after a hunter finds human remains over the weekend. The Russellville Police Department (RPD) says on Sunday, officers responded to a call in an undeveloped, wooded area within the city.
Arkansas staff visit makes Spivey rethink visit plans
Arkansas' offensive staff pose with running back commitment A'Monate Spivey and family. Arkansas sent a strong message to running back commitment A’Montae Spivey and his family with the offensive staff visiting Spivey’s school and home on Monday.
2 killed in overnight fire in Yell County
YELL COUNTY, Ark. (KATV) — Two people were killed in a structure fire late Monday night near Highway 27 and Spring Creek Road in Yell County, according to our content partnerRiver Valley Now.
Johnson County City Writes Casino Letter of Support
CLARKSVILLE, Ark. - The newly passed state law regarding casinos says gaming facilities can only be in four counties, Crittenden, Garland, Jefferson and Pope. However, there is debate over the casino proposal in Pope County.
City of Ozark legislative audit turns up apparent conflicts
A Franklin County circuit judge recently approved a motion for a special prosecutor to expand authority and investigate findings of an Arkansas Legislative Audit for the city of Ozark that shows apparent state constitutional conflicts.
Medical marijuana dispensary selected to get license in Mountain Home, Arkansas
MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark. - Plant Family Therapeutics was one of the top-scoring applicants in Zone 2. That means if all goes smoothly, they should get a dispensary with a Mountain Home address.
Arrest made in 'smash and grab'
The Booneville Police Department made an arrest Friday in connection with what they termed a “smash-and-grab” that occurred at Wiggins Ace Hardware store on Bennett Street in Booneville at about 3:45 a.m. last Wednesday.
Mulberry Crews Salvage Military Families Belongings After Fire
MULBERRY, Ark. (KFSM) — A van carrying four military families household items as they moved across the country caught fire on I-40 in Mulberry destroying almost everything inside.
Authorities ID elderly Arkansas couple killed in house fire
Authorities in Yell County have identified an elderly couple who died in a Monday night fire that engulfed their rural Arkansas home. Officials identified the couple as 68-year-old Carolyn Owens and her husband, Albert Owens, 72, of Belleville.
Bunch finalist for Smackover-Norphlet job
Magazine Schools Superintendent Brett Bunch is one of three candidates who are finalists for the job of superintendent of the Smackover-Norphlet school district, according to an El Dorado News report dated Jan. 10.
Wonder Boys picked fourth in preseason GAC poll
RUSSELLVILLE — Arkansas Tech baseball has been picked to finish fourth in the 2019 Great American Conference Preseason Coaches' Poll, the league office announced Tuesday. The Wonder Boys are coming off a 29-23 record last season, including a 19-14 mark in conference play to finish fifth in the regul
Magazine swept by Westside Friday
Magazine was swept by Johnson County Westside in a four game set Friday night at Diamondback Arena. The senior high Lady Rattlers were in the best shape to pull out a win on the final day of the “hybrid” schedule extended Christmas break.
Junior Lady Cats split close games on road
The two Booneville junior girls’ games pretty well followed the same script: Booneville got out to a good lead and then their opponents put on a rally. In the game Monday at Paris, the Jr. LadyCats had overtime forced on them after giving up an 11-point lead, but Hayley Roberts hit a big shot in the
Bearcat win streak reaches 16
Homecoming night on Friday proved to be historic for the Booneville Bearcats and also for Blakley Cobb. The Cats (17-1, 7-0) grabbed an impressive win over Perryville 48-27 for their 16th win in a row, tying the record for the longest winning streak in a single season for any Booneville boys’ sport
Youth Spirit Clinic Planned for February 2
Arkansas Tech University will host a youth spirit clinic for children age 5-12 on Saturday, Feb. 2. The clinic will take place in Hull Physical Education Building room 112 at 1301 N. El Paso Ave. in Russellville from 9 a.m.-noon.
Brrr! Arctic Cold Coming to Arkansas
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Get ready to bundle up because the coldest air Arkansas has seen this winter and since Jan. 18, 2018 is headed for the Natural State. We'll begin to feel it Saturday as an Arctic cold front passes through the state.
Children big part of events on session's first day
The House and Senate floors were full Monday of pink glitter shoes, red tutus, miniature matching suits and school uniforms as legislators were sworn in with their children in tow.
Arkansas man gets 20 years in prison after killing girlfriend, burning her body in New Orleans
An Arkansas man received a 20-year prison sentence after admitting to strangling his girlfriend to death in Minnesota and then driving her body to a New Orleans junkyard, where authorities found it burning in a shipping container.