A Jefferson County woman has filed a complaint with law enforcement agencies and the attorney general’s office after receiving 17 calls in a 24-hour period from a person who told her she had won $17 million.
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Pine Bluff police have identified a man who was found with gunshot wounds Wednesday on the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff campus.
The Jefferson County Board of Election Commissioners agreed to investigate a complaint of voter disenfranchisement presented to it Wednesday.
The Pine Bluff City Council Administration Committee is recommending approval of a $10,000 increase in the mayor’s travel budget for 2015 after hearing that it will be used for specifically identified trips related to bringing business to the city.
The proposed Redfield Tri-County Charter School’s application was rejected by the Arkansas Department of Education’s Charter Authorizing Panel by a 4-2 vote Wednesday.
Health professionals administered flu vaccinations to hundreds of people at a clinic sponsored by the Jefferson County Health Department on Wednesday at the Pine Bluff Convention Center.
An Arkansas State Police trooper investigates a one-vehicle accident Wednesday afternoon on U.S. 270 near Stokes Road. The driver of the vehicle was not injured. He said he dozed off briefly, causing the accident. (Pine Bluff Commercial/Amy Widner)
The Arkansas Department of Education warned the Pine Bluff School District of indicators that could lead to fiscal distress, school officials acknowledged at a meeting Tuesday.
Simmons First National Corp. announced Tuesday that its shareholders approved the mergers of Community First Bancshares Inc. and Liberty Bancshares Inc. into Simmons at a special shareholders meeting.
The 18th season of the Enchanted Land of Lights and Legends kicked off Tuesday at Pine Bluff/Jefferson County Regional Park with a large crowd on hand to witness the traditional lighting ceremony.