Felony charges were filed during the past week against the following individuals by Eleventh Judicial District-West Prosecuting Attorney S. Kyle Hunter. Listed below are the names and addresses of the defendants, the charges filed against them, the investigating agency and the bond amount if any.
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Construction is nearly complete at the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Building at the University of Arkansas Pine Bluff, setting the stage for employees to move there in August, according to a university official overseeing the project.
DOWNTOWN BUILDING COLLAPSE — Police and fire officials have Main Street between Sixth Avenue and Eighth Avenue blocked Friday afternoon because of a building collapse at 620 Main Street.
There is a need to clearly inform prospective property owners in the downtown historic district of the area’s restrictions and requirements, according to members of the Historic District Commission.
The Civil War-era Boone-Murphy House was renovated with the intention of promoting its use as a meeting venue for civic groups and that goal has been reached.
Simmons First National Corp. on Wednesday filed a preliminary stock registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission as part of the terms of its merger deal with Delta Trust & Banking Corp.
The line of severe thunderstorms that pushed south through the area early Wednesday evening produced sustained high winds that brought down numerous trees and some power lines, according to officials.
REDFIELD — Redfield police have released the names associated with the arrest warrants they served Wednesday as part of a two-year multi-agency methamphetamine investigation.
Pine Bluff Lighthouse Charter School is accepting applications for students entering kindergarten to seventh grade for the upcoming 2014-2015 year.
Power outages were scattered across Pine Bluff and Jefferson County on Wednesday evening after a line of severe thunderstorms blew through the area.