A spokesman for 4th Congressional District candidate James Lee Witt (D) said Tuesday that there is no merit to state GOP allegations that Witt improperly used his influence to win a contract for the consulting firm he founded.
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Joe Clement, center, of Simmons Bank, presented scholarship checks to three recent Pine Bluff High School graduates during a Pine Bluff Rotary Club luncheon Tuesday at the Pine Bluff Country Club.
The Harold Blevins Basketball Camp jump-started a week-long program at the Pine Bluff Convention Center with a full schedule of fun activities and learning opportunities for area children.
Muriel Elaine Davis loved children and devoted her professional life to educating them and to ensuring that she made a real impact upon each student.
The University of Arkansas Pine Bluff chancellor will live in an off-campus house until a new on-campus house can be built, according to a UA System spokesman.
Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office investigators are asking for help in locating a man who allegedly caused serious injuries to another man during a fight at the W. C. “Dub” Brassell Adult Detention Center.
For the second consecutive Pine Bluff City Council meeting, a proposed resolution that would require the inclusion of ZIP code information on police and fire incident reports was narrowly rejected.
A multiple vehicle accident Monday afternoon on Interstate 530 had traffic backed up for more than a mile while police and firefighters worked to clear the scene.
Quest Middle School of Pine Bluff is accepting applications for the upcoming academic year.
Former Arkansas Supreme Court Justice Conley F. Byrd Sr. of Redfield died Saturday. He was 89.