Pine Bluff Fire and Emergency Services Department firefighters extinguished a fire Thursday at a trailer home at 41 Dusty Lake Drive.
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One day after a fire destroyed the Country Club Point apartment complex, residents counted their blessings Thursday and salvaged possessions from the rubble.
The Jefferson County Board of Election Commissioners on Thursday turned down a request from a national research group that wanted to have representatives inside a polling place on election day March 1.
A current member of the Arkansas Supreme Court who is seeking the position of chief justice blasted her opponent Thursday for attack ads paid for by what she called “dark money.”
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The Tour for Diversity in Medicine visited the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff on Thursday to walk pre-med students through the process of choosing, applying to and paying for medical school.
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Sales of new and existing homes in Jefferson County increased slightly in November 2015 as compared to a year ago, according to information released by the Arkansas Realtors Association.
A fire destroyed Country Club Point apartment complex at 4201 S. Cherry St., Wednesday but no one was reported injured.
Three of the five candidates for Pine Bluff mayoral position received income from at least two sources in 2015, according to statements of financial interest filed in the Pine Bluff City Clerk’s Office before the Jan. 31 deadline.