Pine Bluff police are asking for help identifying the person or persons responsible for an incident at the Arkansas Railroad Museum on Sunday that resulted in significant damage to several windows.
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Led by Pine Bluff Police Department Capt. Kelvin Hadley, law enforcement officers, corrections officers and firemen headed Wednesday morning for Little Rock, where they will join others in a ceremony uniting torches from across the state before the final push to Searcy on Thursday for the start of the Special Olympics.
A Pine Bluff woman was arrested Tuesday after being identified as the suspect who allegedly stole a camera at P.J.’s Nightclub in April.
A reported home invasion in the 2800 block of Pennsylvania Street in the early morning hours Tuesday resulted in the arrest of a woman who allegedly broke into a house and threatened two occupants.
Two Pine Bluff women were killed and a man was injured in a one-vehicle accident May 16 in Hot Springs.
Ashley Whittington of Pine Bluff, who was one of two women killed in a traffic accident in Hot Springs, died May 18. The date of her death was incorrect in an article in Wednesday’s edition of The Commercial.
The Pine Bluff School Board on Tuesday tabled a decision on a reduction in force policy involving classified employees.
Girl Scouts from Troop 1011 based at New St. Hurricane Missionary Baptist Church joined Dawn Prasfika, CEO of Girl Scouts Diamond, on Tuesday to give back to the community by delivering cookies to Neighbor to Neighbor.
LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Monday signed into law a bill containing his plan to boost highway funding by shifting funds within state government.
LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Asa Hutchinson’s son was arrested in Alabama over the weekend on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance, authorities said.