Joel David Yarberry, 33, of White Hall was killed about 12:20 a.m. Wednesday in a one-vehicle wreck on U.S. 79 in Calhoun County, north of Thornton.
Three youth in the Department of Human Services (DHS) Division of Youth Services (DYS) custody walked away from a community facility in Monticello on Sunday night.
A man who livestreamed himself on social media as he drove around Texarkana searching for a police officer to kill last April was sentenced Friday to 50 years in prison by a Bowie County, TX jury.
A weekly COVID-19 testing policy for all Fayetteville city employees might be difficult to manage, but the idea isn’t completely off the table.
A Florida dentist, formerly of Arkansas, pleaded guilty Monday in Fayetteville to one count of conspiracy to commit honest services fraud in a scheme with former Arkansas State Senator Jeremy Hutchinson that occurred between 2014 and 2016.
Possible development of a tropical system that could affect the Texas-Louisiana coast, with a potential to reach the Ark-La-Tex, is being watched by the National Hurricane Center.
Now that the bipeds have had their share of fun at the Arkadelphia Aquatic Park this summer, it’s time to make way for their four-legged friends to make a splash.
The absence of scheduled speaker U.S. Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) didn’t dim the atmosphere Thursday evening at the Lincoln Day Dinner.
President Biden on Thursday announced new federal government strategies to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fayetteville City Council members want Mayor Lioneld Jordan to look into a policy that requires all city employees to take a weekly COVID-19 test unless they opt out with proof of full vaccination.
Aside from the upcoming Doggie Dip this weekend, the Arkadelphia Aquatic Park is closed for the season. But City Manager Gary Brinkley noted in his report Tuesday that there’s good news to be shared.
Phillip W. Padgett, 33, of TexARKana died about 1:20 a.m. Monday when the 2021 Suzuki motorcycle he was driving wrecked in the Genoa community.
A federal jury on Friday convicted two Arkansas men on charges relating to the development of a wind turbine that was never operational and a proposed wind farm project in Elm Springs, Arkansas, that was never constructed.
Hundreds of children and teens in Arkansas’s foster care system are waiting for a family to call their own, but the ongoing pandemic has caused delays and created barriers to adoption.
A federal prison inmate has been sentenced to five more years in prison for his role in a drug conspiracy at the Dallas County Jail.
Tyson Foods is providing multiple truckloads of ice, along with an initial 500,000 meals, to Louisiana communities through its Meals that Matter disaster relief program in response to severe damage caused by Hurricane Ida.
Arkansas’ first positive cases of Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis (EEE) have been confirmed in horses at two separate locations in Pulaski County.
Mid-America Arts Alliance (M-AAA) has named the grantees of the Interchange program, supporting artist-led projects focused on social impact in M-AAA’s six state region of Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas.