Almost eight years after Casey Crowder was found dead, her mother got to hear the word she was waiting to hear Wednesday.
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A $3 million bond was set Friday for a Pine Bluff man who faces a capital murder charge after deputies say he was involved in an alleged robbery in which another suspect was killed when their getaway car crashed.
A total of $247,533 was granted Thursday to projects aimed at preserving the history of the World War II Japanese internment camps at Rohwer in Southeast Arkansas.
People who aren’t from Bradley County may view tomatoes as just another fruit — or is it a vegetable? But the upcoming 58th annual Bradley County Pink Tomato Festival is an exciting time for those who live in the area and beyond.
A 57-year-old teacher at Drew Central High School was arrested Wednesday for allegedly having inappropriate contact and communication with a 16-year-old female student, according to a news release from the Drew County Sheriff’s Office.
Former Gould Police Chief Talvin Collins filed suit against the city of Gould in Jefferson County Circuit Court in mid-March, alleging breach of contract for failure to pay Collins his mutually agreed salary of $21,900 per year.
The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department has withdrawn 10 construction projects— including one from Chicot County — from its planned list of projects scheduled for award in April as a result of the uncertainty of federal-aid reimbursements available from the Federal Highway Trust Fund.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Riceland Foods of Stuttgart and the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture have reached agreement to cooperate in research aimed at commercializing technology to produce soy oil rich in conjugated linoleic acid (CLA).
KELSO – Wildlife officers with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission arrested 29 people on Sunday after discovering a cockfighting ring in Desha County. Officers were investigating several vehicles parked near a canal on Hilburn Road just off Arkansas Highway 138 near Kelso.
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Agriculture Hall of Fame will induct six individuals — two from Southeast Arkansas — whose leadership and service have brought distinction to Arkansas agriculture, the state’s largest industry.