An Arkansas-based company announced plans Wednesday to build a $130 million plant in the Jefferson Industrial Park to manufacture wood pellets for the European market.
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The Pine Bluff School District saw a decline of 163 students between 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 based on its average daily attendance figures as measured from August to March, Director of Business and Finance Pam Winkler told the school board Tuesday night.
GRADY — Nothing says August in Arkansas like fried foods, hot weather and politicians. The annual Grady Lions Club Fish Fry had plenty of all three Thursday.
Drops of blood found on the floor and glass from a shattered display case led to the identification of one man who allegedly was involved in a July 22 burglary at White Hall.
LITTLE ROCK — Seven months after approving a settlement to end decades of desegregation payments to three school districts in Pulaski County, a federal judge on Thursday officially dismissed two of the districts from the lawsuit that led to the payments.
Distracted driving is a contributing factor in 80 percent of all traffic accidents, Jefferson County District Judge Kim Bridgforth set Thursday.
A $10,000 cash only bond was set Thursday for a man who allegedly hit an five-year-old boy in the face and threw him against a wall.
A reported burglary in progress Tuesday morning resulted in the arrest of a man who matched the description of the suspect seen leaving the scene of the incident.
WASHINGTON – Arkansas law enforcement agencies have received more than $34.2 million worth of M-16 rifles, armored vehicles, grenade launchers and other military gear similar to that spotlighted in confrontations in Ferguson, Mo.
Four Southeast Arkansas residents were recommended for pardons by the Arkansas Parole Board when they met Wednesday while applications by two others were turned down.