LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas State Police is currently accepting applications from certified law enforcement officers who want to become an Arkansas State Trooper.
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LITTLE ROCK — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Thursday it will open a new public comment period in the near future on the proposed critical habitat designation for the Neosho Mucket and Rabbitsfoot mussels.
When Pine Bluff’s Julie Bridgforth reflects on the 2013 Boston Marathon, she remembers the horror she felt as two bombs exploded near the finish line — but she also remembers the people who responded to help the victims immediately afterward.
The Pine Bluff City Council will take up a brief agenda at its regular meeting Monday night with the sole proposed ordinance up for a final reading being pulled by its sponsor for a later date.
The Delta Regional Community Services Outreach Network, Inc. held its annual Easter giveaway Saturday at the Pine Bluff Convention Center.
A 14-year-old Pine Bluff boy was struck and killed by a vehicle that left the scene Friday night and police later located and arrested the alleged driver of the vehicle.
The Easter Bunny made drawings for Easter basket gifts Thursday during a program at Jefferson Comprehensive Care Center System Inc. All baskets were donated by employees and friends of the center and other agencies.
A hearing is set Monday in a lawsuit filed by one of the attorneys for the family representing the late Monroe Isadore who says Pine Bluff Police Chief Jeff Hubanks violated the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act when he did not provide information in a timely manner to the attorney.
WASHINGTON – The Obama administration has extended the review period for the Keystone XL pipeline to give agencies more time to assess the impact of a pending lawsuit in Nebraska as well as review a massive outpouring of public comment on the proposal.
The roads that were repaired by the Jefferson County Road Department were as follows: