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Animals Found Neglected At Vacant Faulkner County Home
MAYFLOWER, Ark.-A Facebook message lead a Mayflower animal control officer to a home where she says she found dogs and cats that were neglected. Candice Jones Loose said it was a lot worse than what she had imagined.
COMMUNITY EVENTS IN THE RIVER VALLEY & OZARK AREA
PERRYVILLE — Heifer USA will continue its Holiday Hoopla event from 3-6 p.m. at Heifer Ranch, 55 Heifer Road. Activities include cookie decorating, kids crafts, a Heifer USA Santa, music from Some Guy Named Robb and Mr. Morphis, and Christmas pictures with show-barn animals. Roasted chestnuts and ra
Two Pulaski County Deputies Attacked; Patrol Car Stolen
PULASKI COUNTY, Ark.-Two Pulaski County deputies are still in the hospital after a suspect attacked them, stole one of their patrol cars and lead them on a chase. Officials were able to stop the suspect in front of Camp Robinson in North Little Rock.
Conway family turns their baby into adorable Elf on the Shelf
CONWAY, Ark. (KTHV) - Parents around the world get up each night to move their Elf on the Shelf and are being challenged with finding new and more creative hiding spaces. It’s more difficult than you think, but the kid’s excitement is worth all the effort.
Arkansas man injures 3 deputies, steals law enforcement SUV
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Authorities in Arkansas say three deputies responding to a house have been injured when they were attacked by a man who then stole a sheriff's office SUV and slammed it into another law enforcement vehicle.
Magnet Cove uses big second half to down Bigelow
MAGNET COVE -- Bigelow allowed just 15 points in the first half, but the visiting Panthers team was held to 14 in the second half as Magnet Cove rolled Friday to a 43-38 win. After trailing 24-15 at the half, Magnet Cove (8-2, 3-0 2A-5) used a big second half to take control of the game and defeat B
Salvation Army needs donations, volunteer ringers
CONWAY — Capt. Patrishia Knott said The Salvation Army is in “desperate need” of volunteer bell-ringers for the red kettles in Conway. Donations are down, too, Knott said.
Missouri Baptist Spartans Stun CBC With Second Half Comeback
CONWAY, ARK. – [BOX SCORE] (8) Missouri Baptist men's basketball faced its stiffest test of the season on Saturday afternoon but pulled off a miracle second half comeback to remain undefeated at 13-0 (6-0 AMC). The Spartans trailed (18) Central Baptist College (9-1, 3-1 AMC) by as many as 20 points
3 deputies hurt in attack, auto theft, chase
Three Pulaski County sheriff's deputies were injured Saturday afternoon when a man stole a sheriff's office vehicle and led law enforcement on a chase just outside of North Little Rock, a sheriff’s office spokesman said.
Winter storm warning cancelled, winter weather advisory continues
The winter storm warning issued Friday afternoon for much of north central Arkansas has been cancelled. A winter weather advisory is in effect for the entire Twin Lakes Area until 6:00 Sunday morning.
Snow and rain expected for northern half of Arkansas, forecasters say; rain in forecast across southern parts of state
Snow and rain is in the forecast across various sections of Arkansas on Saturday morning, with much of the northern half of the state under or set to go under a winter weather advisory through Sunday morning, according to a briefing by the National Weather Service in North Little Rock.
Illinois company buys LR apartments for $54,700 per unit
Illinois limited liability company i3 Northwest Holdings paid $7 million last month for the Northwest Hills Apartments in west Little Rock. The 128-unit apartments at 11701 Mara Lynn Drive were built in 1983. The apartments sold for $54,700 per unit.
Razorbacks to see two old faces
FAYETTEVILLE — Western Kentucky’s basketball team hasn’t played at the University of Arkansas since beating the Razorbacks 102-100 on Dec. 3, 1973, but fans in Walton Arena will see two familiar faces with the Hilltoppers today.
George H.W. Bush funeral: Oak Ridge Boys, Reba McEntire pay tribute with classic songs
The Houston funeral for George H.W. Bush Thursday morning was marked with musical tributes from a couple of the late former president's favorite country music acts. One of the members of the quartet, Duane Allen, recalled meeting Bush when he was vice president.
Two Pulaski County deputies attacked, patrol vehicle stolen
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KATV) — UPDATE-(12/8/18 6:00 p.m.) The attacked against the Pulaski County deputies occurred around 3:30 p.m. on Saturday near the Crystal Hill area.
BEARS GO FOR I-40 SWEEP OF TROJANS
CONWAY, Ark. _ Another men's basketball victory for the University of Central Arkansas over Little Rock on Saturday at the Jack Stephens Center would accomplish two things. A victory, coupled with their 78-65 win over the Trojans 10 days ago at the Farris Center, would give the visiting UCA Bears a
North Little Rock police vehicle pursuit leads to drug arrests
Little Rock Police tried to stop a vehicle with expired temporary tags in the area of Hwy. 161 and I-40 on Thursday around 10:50 a.m. The vehicle, a white SUV, refused to stop and led police on a pursuit, driving to 1-40 west and continued driving west on I-30 and as it crossed the river bridge the
People Flock to Grocery Stores as Winter Weather Approaches
CLINTON, Ark. -- With winter weather looming road crews in Clinton are planning for whatever Mother Nature throws their way, but residents are also preparing by stocking up on supplies in case they get stuck.
Snow still forecast in state's north
Forecasters scaled back predictions Friday on a winter storm expected to move into Arkansas today, but they still anticipate snow in north Arkansas and heavy rain in the state's southeast, meteorologists with the National Weather Service said.
2 Arrests after NLRPD Pursuit
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Two men have been arrested after police say they refused to pull over for a traffic stop. The North Little Rock Police Department (NLRPD) says a pursuit began around 11 a.m. Thursday in the area of Hwy. 161 and I-40.