$5 million bond set for suspect in Jonesboro double homicide

One suspect is in custody and the victims have been identified in a double homicide investigation at a Jonesboro apartment.

  Iran claims it has seized British oil tanker

Iran’s Revolutionary Guard says the tanker Impero Stena was seized Friday by its forces for “non-compliance with international maritime laws and regulations” and has transferred the vessel to an Iranian port.
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  Bus catches fire in Texas on way back from church youth camp

About 40 kids were on their way back to San Antonio, Texas, after attending a church youth camp, until they heard what sounded like a blown tire.


Senator urges federal agencies to wrap up duck boat probes

Marianna police seek 2 murder suspects

  Jonesboro man shares lifelong grief struggle in hopes of transforming lives

743K pounds of Schwan’s chicken bites recalled due to misbranding

  Neighborhood groups form coalition in Jonesboro, discuss issues, future

Officials from each group said Wednesday that the coalition will help create debate on issues and work to get things done.
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  Graphic: Freak lawnmower accident slices open woman’s neck

Her husband was mowing their lawn when the mower kicked up something.

  ArDOT looks to put turning lanes on Hwy. 351, hears from residents at meeting

Troopers graduate, receive assignments around the state

  Police department gets computer system upgrade

No school supplies needed for Hillcrest students, as residents help

Jonesboro firefighters raise thousands for people with muscular dystrophy

Fire begins in garage, spreads into home

Jonesboro woman rushed to surgery with stab wound

Kennett authorities investigate fire

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Berkeley drops words like ‘manpower’ in push to be inclusive

Nothing will be manmade in the liberal city but "human-made." And students at the University of California, Berkeley, will join "collegiate Greek system residences" rather than fraternities and sororities.


Arkansas State TE Javonis Isaac on Mackey Award watch list

Former Razorback & Giant OL Mitch Petrus dies of heat stroke

Pulaski County Coroner Gerone Hobbs says Petrus died Thursday night at a North Little Rock hospital. He says Petrus had worked outside all day at his family shop, and that his cause of death is listed as heat stroke.


Authorities investigate stabbing in Poinsett County

City of Jonesboro opening cooling centers

  New program offered for Mo. small business, farmers affected by natural disasters

Arkansas group to start opioid-deaths state database

Police arrest person after man shot

The victim told police he met someone in the area of West Park Avenue and Sowell Street in Searcy.
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  WATCH: Real-life ‘Spider-Man’ scales down Philadelphia high-rise to escape fire

The fire at the Holden Tower apparently began in a trash chute about 9:30 p.m. Thursday, causing flames to shoot out and spread heavy smoke to all floors of the building.

Debate rises over old Searcy ordinance banning dogs from parks

  Sheriff thanks public for help finding missing inmates

  New bridge still under construction to replace ‘Blue Bridge’

Thieves steal pickup truck during residential burglary


  Beloved Valley View school teacher passes away

Metallica releasing children’s book

A-State financial program ranked among top 50


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Metallica releasing children’s book