Arkansas lawmakers eye more abortion restriction next year

Arkansas' predominantly Republican Legislature is preparing to take up new abortion restrictions when lawmakers convene next month

Missouri conservation announces large deer poaching case

‘Let this Lamborghini light your fire,’ pastor says while giving wife $200k Lamborghini - he’s now defending the purchase

South Alabama woman says she found mouse in can of green beans

Investigators: Man repeatedly raped child, wife allowed it to happen

Facebook bug gave third parties access to photos for 6.8 million accounts

Armored truck deposits cash on highway in NJ

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Rich family offering a photographer $100k to travel the world and take photos of them

Friday is National Free Shipping Day

Deputies searching for pickup used in store burglary

More ‘Baby Shark’ just in time for Christmas

Hytrol adding 140 full-time positions

Michael Cohen claims Trump knew hush money payments wrong

OSHA calls for fine after 2 workers were killed in St. Louis

Federal regulators have cited a subcontractor after two of its workers fell to their deaths down an elevator shaft at a downtown St. Louis construction project

Toyota recalls address possible restraint, braking issues

Thursday, the auto maker recalled nearly 90,000 Land Cruisers and Lexus LX-570 vehicles from the past decade over a safety issue that involves the front passenger seat belt.

301 pounds of marijuana seized after traffic stop in MO

The drugs were in vacuum sealed bags according to officials.

Catholic store murder suspect identified in another assault

The man accused of killing a woman and sexually assaulting two others inside a suburban St. Louis religious supply store is a suspect in an assault in a rural area

  Woman seriously injured in bear attack in PA

Sex offender chosen to lead Mid-South Christmas parade

Dec. 14: Foggy start; officer shot on the mend

Mueller rejects Flynn’s argument that FBI interview was deceptive

Senate rebukes Trump, Saudi Arabia over Khashoggi, Yemen war

K-9 officer Gabo recovering following Jonesboro apartment shooting

Wreath laying ceremony takes place as Wreaths Across America makes it to Caruthersville

A wreath-laying ceremony took place in Caruthersville on Thursday after the Wreaths Across America convoy made it to Pemiscot County.

Kimberly-Clark plant in Conway to close

A Kimberly-Clark plant in Conway is closing as the company restructures its business.

Neighborhood delivers big surprise for special mail carrier

Christmas is a time for giving, but there are some people who give all year long. It’s just who they are and what they do. For one Jonesboro neighborhood, it’s their mail carrier. So they decided to return the favor—with one special delivery.

Commissioners want to bring sports betting to Beale Street

With sports betting legal in the United States, some county commissioners in Shelby County, TN want to bring betting to Beale Street in Memphis.

Plans continue for partnership between St. Bernards and Five Rivers Medical Center

Efforts to enter into a partnership between St. Bernards Healthcare and Five Rivers Medical Center in Pocahontas continue, according to representatives with St. Bernards.

Couple robs elderly woman of her groceries

An elderly woman reported that her groceries were stolen at the Crosstown Kroger on December 3.

K9 trainer pushes for donations to buy bulletproof vests

And now BlueStreak K9 is trying to protect the entire Jonesboro Police Department K9 Unit by pushing the community to donate for bulletproof vests.

Over 200 participate in Santa Shuffle

Dozens of people got in the Christmas spirit tonight at the St. Bernards Santa Shuffle.

Cleburne County Sheriff’s Office investigating found human remains

The Cleburne County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after skeletal remains were found.

Crime crosses the state line

Theft worth thousands crosses from Arkansas into Missouri.

City Council position decided by roll of the dice

A game of chance decided the fate of one Region 8 city council position Thursday.

Fire department gets major firefighting tool

New brush truck for the fire department.

Missouri earthquake experts recommend to always be prepared

Following the 7.0 magnitude earthquake in Alaska, local and state officials recommend to always be prepared.

Region 8 church gift students through program

First United Methodist Church in Batesville hosts a Giving Tree Program that provides presents to selected students in the Batesville School District.

Arkansas AG wants regulators to review plant settlement

Arkansas' attorney general is asking state regulators to review an agreement between the state's largest electric utility and environmental groups to eventually stop using coal at two power plants and shut down a natural gas plant

9-1-1 Dispatch Center receives life-saving locator system

The 9-1-1 Dispatch Center in Independence County will soon be able to better track callers.

Partnership to provide medical experience to students

A new partnership provides medical training for students.

Crittenden County’s new hospital now open

Baptist Memorial Hospital in Crittenden County, Arkansas opened its doors for the first time on Thursday.

Bomb threats sent to businesses, universities and media nationwide

Threats are being sent in to create mass disruption.

Name of person killed in collision released

Name released of person killed in a head-on collision between a semi-truck and a passenger vehicle.

‘Adulting Day’ teaches local high school seniors how to cook, change a tire, pay bills

Bullitt Central High School seniors had time to spend on topics other than math and English during an Adulting Day event Wednesday.

As protectors abandon Trump, investigation draws closer

Though Cohen broke down during his sentencing hearing Wednesday, Trump remained uncharacteristically quiet, his Twitter feed still while he ignored shouted questions about his former attorney at a White House event. But Trump has been far from silent during the monthslong Cohen saga.

Emails: Detention worker under review for shackling teen

Emails from Arkansas officials show a state employee is under investigation for shackling a 15-year-old housed at a juvenile detention center and leaving the teen restrained overnight

Boy Scouts of America considers filing for bankruptcy, report says

The organization is one of the largest youth groups in the country.

Corps to collect discarded Christmas trees

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced it will once again collect discarded Christmas trees to use as fish cover.

Heating stove blamed for house fire

A heating stove is blamed for igniting a fire that destroyed a Rector man’s home.

Son has nowhere to hide when Mom embarrasses him on camera at basketball game

Mandy Remmell went for it when the 'fan cam' pointed at her during a Kelly Clarkson song. Her son may never forgive her.

Air quality ‘unhealthy’ near Bella Vista fire, state says

The Arkansas Department of Health says testing shows that air quality is "unhealthy" near an underground fire in Bella Vista

Thursday’s GMR8 Foxhole with Trey & Jim

A Salvation Army bell ringer turns heads in North Dakota.

Salon offering free haircuts for veterans

It’s Your Hair staff is offering free haircuts for veterans at the John J. Pershing VA Medical Center on Monday, Dec. 17.

Bones found in family home ID’d as father missing for decades

One night back in 1961, Mike Carroll's father, George, disappeared. The explanations for his father's disappearance never sat well with the son.

Trump’s 10 terrorists: The evolution of a statistic

These 10 do not exist, except as a federal statistic that Trump and his vice president put through a rhetorical grinder in service of describing emigrants from Mexico as a menace.

Boy, 11, changes last name from ‘Trump’ due to bullying

While his parents work on getting his name legally changed, the boy will be going by his father’s last name at school.

Would-be burglar rescued after getting stuck in restaurant grease vent for 2 days

The sheriff’s office says the man was physically exhausted and suffering from dehydration. He was taken to the hospital and is expected to make a full recovery.

ABC upholds director’s decision to deny change to Old Country Store’s liquor permit

The Alcoholic Beverage Control board upheld a decision to deny the replacement and transfer of location application for Donald R. Nicholas.

Cooksey to serve as Walnut Ridge Police Chief

The interim police chief in Walnut Ridge will be given the job on a permanent basis, according to a council agenda released Wednesday.

K9 officer honored as hero after shootout

A K9 officer from the Jonesboro Police Department is being hailed a hero after a shootout at the Gladiolus apartment complex this week.

Daughter raising money to pay for her mother’s funeral costs

A daughter is reaching out for financial help this holiday season. It's not for Christmas presents but for funeral arrangements.

Revenge porn, human trafficking bill filed in state legislature

A bill that would seek to amend state law involving obscenity, dealing with issues like revenge pornography and human trafficking, was the only bill filed Wednesday at the state capitol in Little Rock.

Boil order for Missouri town lifted

Boil order lifted.

“Girls in STEM” receive grant from Ritter Family Endowment

A program that helps young girls develop careers in science, technology, engineering and math was the recipient of a $10,000 grant, officials said Wednesday.

Medical marijuana dispensaries, growing center to provide economic impact, officials say

The construction of a medical marijuana growing center in North Arkansas is now underway and area officials are hopeful that the construction will bring jobs and visitors to the region.

Crittenden County hospital set to open

Crittenden County Hospital is opening!

Report: Public safety tax approved in Fulton County

A one-cent sales tax that will help an area sheriff’s office with equipment, staff and operations of the sheriff’s office and detention center was approved by voters this week.

Del Monte canned corn recalled

Del Monte Inc. announced a recall of nearly 65,000 cases of fiesta corn seasoned with red and green peppers due to under-processing.

Suspect dead, names released in shooting at apartment complex

The names and circumstances have been released in Tuesday’s apartment complex shooting that injured a man, a police K-9, and the suspect.

Police: Man uses bat, truck to cause damage in neighborhood

A Craighead County man is accused of causing nearly $55,000 worth of damage to a gate and several vehicles in a Jonesboro neighborhood, police said Wednesday.

Event held to remember family during holidays

St. Bernards Hospice hosted its annual Christmas season event, “Moments of Remembrance,” to allow families to honor their loved ones.

More than 2,800 wreaths placed on headstones at Bloomfield State Veterans Cemetery

The Missouri State Veterans Cemetery at Bloomfield is again participating in the annual Wreaths Across America program.

Through the eyes of a child

Free vision screening offered at Jonesboro Public Library.

Woman arrested in theft, financial identity fraud case

A Greene County woman now faces felony charges after authorities say she stole money from an area business, Jonesboro police said Wednesday.

Sex offenders find ways to ‘skirt’ Facebook’s ban

One-and-a-half billion users are on Facebook every day. And among those profiles are people who are not allowed to be on the platform, according to Facebook.

Communications back up at City Hall

Service was out about an hour.

Trumann Elementary students help kids in need

Children are working to help other children.

Netflix: What’s coming and going in January

The four movies in the Indiana Jones series will arrive to Netflix on Jan. 1. Also coming is "Solo: A Star Wars Story" on Jan. 9, a prequel featuring a young Han Solo, with Alden Ehrenreich behind the controls of the Millennium Falcon.

Ex-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen gets 3 years in prison

Cohen, 52, appeared at a courthouse in Manhattan for a sentencing hearing before U.S. District Judge William Pauley III and took on Trump’s characterization of him as “weak.”

2 doctors’ photos play role in sexual abuse claims involving hundreds of victims

In one case, a disgraced University of Southern California gynecologist has led police to a collection of nude photographs that may be connected with the abuse alleged by his patients. In another case, victims of a deceased New York doctor are demanding to know what happened to the photos.

Agriculture tech company to invest $6.6M, 700 jobs into Memphis

An agricultural company will invest over $6 million in Memphis and bring in over 700 jobs within the next three years.