Touting her “four P’s” — plan, prepare, pursue and persevere — Judge Mablean Ephriam challenged several hundred area high school students Thursday to work toward the career of their choice.
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The Jefferson County Board of Election Commissioners will appeal a judge’s ruling that there will be no mayoral election in 2014, County Attorney Jackie Harris said Thursday, moving forward despite disapproval from the prosecuting attorney.
Crystal Paxson was found guilty of first-degree murder in the June 9, 2012, shooting death of James “Sandy” Johnson, 65, of Pine Bluff after a Jefferson County Circuit Court jury deliberating about an hour and a half Thursday.
Siblings Ke’Mya Walker, 4, Miracle Jones, 2, Ta’Neasia Johnnie, 17, and Ke’Ondre Harris, 8, play Thursday at Third Avenue Park in Pine Bluff.
A three-year repayment plan to reimburse $676,000 in misappropriated funds to the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development was recommended for approval by the Pine Bluff City Council Ways and Means Committee on Wednesday.
The Watson Chapel School Board, meeting in regular session Monday night, discussed lessons learned in a recent National School Boards Association meeting in New Orleans.
Crystal Joy Scott Paxson told a Pine Bluff police officer who arrived at the house where the death occurred that she “didn’t mean to shoot” the victim, the officer testified Wednesday afternoon during Paxson’s trial on charges of first-degree murder.
Two local teens’ passion for music has been the gateway to some unique experiences, but nothing has eclipsed the opportunity to showcase their talent at Carnegie Hall in New York City.
The Pine Bluff Police Department will begin a social media outreach service Thursday that will provide followers with information on wanted individuals, stolen vehicles, missing persons and other items regarding public safety or community interest.
A Saturday, May 3, shooting competition/International Defensive Pistol Association match at the Last Resort Firearms Training facility at 4220 Gravel Pit Road will benefit the Arkansas Municipal Police Association.