In his weekly radio address, Gov. Asa Hutchinson describes how a Fourth of July unlike one that any of us has experienced has impacted a community in Region 8, where it is normally the biggest event of the year.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson and Dr. Nate Smith, secretary of the Arkansas Department of Health, provided an update on the state’s response to the coronavirus, including the latest cases of COVID-19 and deaths.
A temporary pedestrian crossing at East Johnson Avenue and State Street that has been used for the past year to study pedestrian and vehicle traffic will be removed later this month, with plans for what to do with the area to be decided later.
If you’re wanting an upgrade on your refrigerator, you might be waiting a bit. Not only are some national chains struggling to keep appliances in stock but local stores, like Metro Appliance in Jonesboro, are also having the same issue.
Two accounts have been frozen in which former Craighead County Clerk Kade Holliday gave money to music programs at Arkansas State University, officials with the Arkansas State University System Foundation said Thursday..
As the Fourth of July inches closer, it’s important to be reminded of safety procedures. The Jonesboro Police Department has some information about what you need to know to have fun safely this weekend.
It’s been one year since the Craighead County Detention Center signed its Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) program to screen potential illegal immigrants and now, they’ve moved forward with resigning.
The Atlantic hurricane season is already breaking records with several storms named so early this year. With parts of the U.S. battling the wrath of the coronavirus pandemic, experts urge you not to delay in preparing.
Kroger Health, the healthcare division of The Kroger Co., has announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted emergency use authorization for the COVID-19 test home collection kit.
According to an audit conducted by State Auditor Nicole Galloway, more than $115,000 was taken fraudulently over a four-year period from the city of Parma through payroll overpayments and improper payments and purchases.