Fill the Food Bank donations will provide over 180,000 meals

The Food Bank of Northeast Arkansas announced the donation totals from the 2018 Fill the Food Bank event.
School projects highest graduation rate in years
  First aid group receives major donation to help first responders
ASP: Four-vehicle crash reported on East Johnson Avenue
House passes bill to drop legal protections for gray wolves
  FDA calls for new e-cigarette regulations after teen use increases

TODAY'S HEADLINES

Serial killer claims to have committed 90 murders; one in connection with Memphis
Memphis police are investigating serial killer Samuel Little's connection to one murder in Memphis.
‘Two-headed' deer killed in Ballard Co., KY
A “two-headed" deer was killed in Ballard County, Kentucky.
New regulations approved for turtle harvesting
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has set a series of new regulations dealing with the issue of aquatic turtle harvesting, with the regulations impacting commercial opportunities.

Bus crash survivor shares emotional story

Veronica Love is one of the survivors of the tour bus crash that killed two people. She described the horror of being on the bus when it hit a patch of ice and landed on its side.

Hoxie Fire Department gets new masks for SCBA units

The Hoxie Fire Department recently got new masks for their SCBA units.
Memphis Tigers mourn teammate who lost battle against leukemia
Restaurants open on Thanksgiving 2018
Elvis Presley honored with Presidential Medal of Freedom

NATIONAL HEADLINES

Space station supplies launched, 2nd shipment in 2 days

A rocket has blasted off from Virginia with space station supplies, the second shipment in as many days

Former investigator calls WADA's Russia decision 'cowardly'

Former WADA investigator calls agency's Russia decision 'cowardly'

SPORTS

  Football Friday Night (11/16)

Sun Belt champion will head to New Orleans Bowl

The SBC champ will face a C-USA opponent on December 15th.

EDUCATION

School projects highest graduation rate in years
School art project turns into community service event
JPS embraces National Family Literacy Month