While we still have a long way to go, the latest FBI crime statistics make it unlikely that Pine Bluff will top some nationally ranked Most Dangerous Places to Live list, as it has in the past.
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Pine Bluff Lighthouse Charter School kindergarten teacher Rebecca Gramling thinks about her friend serving overseas in the U.S. Army, as he will miss his family for Christmas.
LITTLE ROCK — More than $100 million generated by natural gas production in the Fayetteville Shale could be at stake in a class-action lawsuit that alleges an oil and gas company has been skimming money from royalty owners’ payments for the past eight years.
WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep.-Elect French Hill, R-Little Rock, has been appointed to the House Financial Services Committee in the 114th Congress.
The Pine Bluff Historic District Commission agreed Friday to develop a list of historical downtown buildings and rank them according to physical condition.
A Taste of Trinity, the annual fall tradition of Trinity Episcopal Church, will be presented by the Episcopal Church Women from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at the church, 703 W. Third Ave.
Police responding to a reported burglar alarm alarm Thursday night at a grocery store on South Blake Street arrested a man inside the store found with food items. A window on the business broken.
A Pine Bluff man was arrested Thursday after he allegedly fought with a store security officer and broke a glass door while trying to escape.
Two men were arrested Thursday after they allegedly broke into a house on the east side of Pine Bluff.
A married couple was arrested Wednesday after two separate incidents involving each other.