A report that a man had been beaten Friday afternoon in front of Jefferson Regional Medical Center resulted in the arrest of another man who was identified by two witnesses who saw the incident.
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The prospect of lower-than-anticipated employee medical insurance rates has Pine Bluff city officials hopeful that a presently tight 2015 budget will be a little less so.
The dispute over where political candidates can and cannot place signs around the Jefferson County Courthouse continued Wednesday when a new group of signs took the place of those removed Tuesday.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Children’s Hospital officials announced Wednesday it has raised $167.8 million through its Century of Possibility Centennial Campaign.
An 18-year-old male was struck by a vehicle at about 6:15 p.m. Wednesday near East 27th Avenue and South Main Street.
Pine Bluff police are attempting to identify and locate at least three people who were involved in the burglary of R & N Food Store at 5901 Sulphur Springs Road at about 4:45 a.m. Friday, Oct. 17.
LITTLE ROCK — U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack issued disaster declarations Wednesday for farmers in two eastern Arkansas counties where crops were damaged by high winds and hail on Oct. 7.
LITTLE ROCK — Former Pine Bluff Mayor Carl Redus Jr. has agreed to pay a $50 fine and receive a public letter of caution to settle an ethics complaint.
Arkansas Game and Fish Commission biologists inspected the crappie population at Lake Saracen on Wednesday in a study intended to keep the species at a healthy population and thus avoid any restrictions on fishing.
The Pine Bluff School Board hired civil rights attorney and Arkansas State Rep. John W. Walker by a vote of 4 to 1 with two absentions at a board meeting Tuesday night.