Arkansas Highway Commission approves nearly $45 million for I-555 projects

A nearly $34 million project to improve bridges along I-555 in Craighead County was approved by state highway commissioners Friday.

  Sheriff: Man makes large bank withdrawal, gets robbed by his teller in home invasion

A bank teller is accused of invading the home of a customer who made a large withdrawal.
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  Student opens fire in California high school, killing 2

A student pulled a gun from his backpack and opened fire at a Southern California high school Thursday, killing two students and wounding three others before shooting himself in the head on his 16th birthday, authorities said.

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‘True Grit Trail’ signs unveiled along Arkansas highway

Arkansas court rules driver wasn’t negligent in fatal crash

Attorney: Man charged in adoption case ‘made happy families’

SkyCops help find missing Consolidated Youth Services escapees

Federal inmate found guilty for assaulting an inmate at Dunklin County Jail

Shedric Anderson, 45, was found guilty on two counts of aggravated sexual abuse by threat.
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  Ousted Ukraine ambassador felt threat; Trump assails her anew

Her removal is one of several events at the center of the impeachment effort.

Arkansas governor launches campaign to keep highway tax

Boil order lifted for Tuckerman

Snapper riding mowers recalled for faulty blade lever, injury hazard

Second Missouri vaping death reported

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Fill the Food Bank happening across Region 8

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  L.A. suburb mourns student victims after school shooting

The shooting at Saugus High School in a Los Angeles suburb took just 16 seconds and left the attacker hospitalized in critical condition with a head wound, authorities said.

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  Nettleton guard Elauna Eaton signs with Arkansas

Cardinals reach agreement to stay on KMOX Radio

The St. Louis Cardinals will remain on their longtime radio flagship station through at least 2024, and with the same team of announcers

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  Jonesboro police ahead of the game when it comes to ‘Project Guardian’

Football Friday Night: Playoff Brackets - Highlights - Final Standings

Region 8 groups, organizations receive iPads from utility company

Trade, security should be focus of foreign policy, Sen. Hawley says

No decision from Arkansas education board as LR school teachers strike

The Arkansas State Board of Education will likely vote Friday on a plan involving the reconstitution of the Little Rock School District as teachers with the district went on strike Thursday involving state control of the district.
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  ‘Put him on a diet’: Mom receives nasty note from 5-year-old son’s daycare

The daycare director apologized for the incident, and after an investigation, the employee who admitted to writing the message was fired.

  4,000 books given to third graders to encourage reading

  Scott Pillow pleads not guilty in federal court, jury trial set

  Artists needed for downtown restoration

TRAFFIC ALERT: Firefighters battling grass fires on I-555