A local feeding ministry will be able to hand out food boxes once again to those battling food insecurity in central Arkansas.
The remaining alternate jurors needed to serve in the capital murder trial against a 20-year-old Pine Bluff man accused of killing and kidnapping Elvia Fragstein in July 2018 were selected Tuesday afternoon.
A local pastor currently under investigation in a child abuse case was arrested outside a Mayflower gas station on drug-related charges last week.
MAYFLOWER — When asked to describe what type of person would be a hero, Keeton Woods immediately thought of his father. The Mayflower fire chief was also honored for his dedicated service Tuesday evening by Mayor Randy Holland.
Twelve jurors have been selected to serve in the capital murder case against a 20-year-old Pine Bluff man accused of kidnapping and killing Elvia Fragstein.
MAYFLOWER — The wastewater improvement project is back on track in Mayflower after aldermen gave the OK to pay the engineers heading the corrective action plan needed to make ADEQ-required repairs and avoid fines.
Two Faulkner County residents have now been selected to serve on the capital murder case against a Pine Bluff man accused of kidnapping and killing a Wooster woman in July 2018.
Jury selection in the capital murder case against Tacori D. Mackrell continued into the evening hours on Monday and is expected to take up to two weeks to complete.
A local group pushing to increase the punishment range for those found guilty of a sexual indecency with a minor charge protested over the weekend and will be out collecting signatures on Friday.
GUY – Elementary students at Guy-Perkins began celebrating Fabulous Fridays when Tammy Murry took over as principal in 2018. Though the festivities are organized a bit differently due to social-distancing restrictions, the elementary principal found a way to make it work.
The capital murder case against Tacori D. Mackrell will begin Monday morning as scheduled, despite the defense team’s request to delay the trial over coronavirus exposure concerns.
A Vilonia man who reportedly claimed he had poisonous hot dogs and possibly a bomb in his bag outside the Eight Mile Store on Monday is currently behind bars in lieu of a $1,000 bond.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a lawsuit against the Kroger Co. store on Salem Road in Conway after two employees reportedly were fired for not abiding by the company’s new dress code even after they requested religious accommodations.
When the pandemic hit and schools ended abruptly in March, local organizations like the Community Action Program for Central Arkansas were forced to think outside of the box and kick their efforts into overdrive to effectively serve those in need.
Mayflower aldermen will be tasked later this month with voting whether to pay the engineers in charge of the city’s wastewater improvement project in order to make ADEQ-required repairs in a timely manner and avoid potential fines.
GREENBRIER — City officials unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday night opposing a county sales tax reallocation proposal that would redistribute a tax currently split 50/50 between the sheriff’s office and the county road fund if approved by Faulkner County voters in November.
A local Department of Human Services employee must appear for a contempt of court hearing in Faulkner County Circuit Court after she did not return to court as ordered during a domestic battery trial last week.
QUITMAN — Quitman School District educators were prepared and ready to act when heavy winds and tornado-capable weather made its way across Faulkner County and into Cleburne County last week.
Authorities believe two Forrest City residents are responsible for six aggravated robberies that occurred in Conway between July 26, 2019, through Sept. 4, 2019. The two men have since been charged in connection to a robbery that happened at a local pizza restaurant.
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- EcoFest organizers giving students face masks, care packages
- Arkansas to fund Wi-Fi access points for students in the state
- Arkansas records 990 new cases of COVID-19
- Vilonia School District will require all students to wear face masks
- Arkansas records largest increase in community cases of coronavirus
- Senator tests positive for COVID-19
- State records 591 new cases, hospitalizations decrease from peak
- FCSO says it will assist businesses with mask complaints
- Confirmed coronavirus cases at FCDC
- Volunteers handing out free food for fourth consecutive week
- CHDC has 92 active COVID-19 cases
- Food assistance available on Tuesday
- Inmate populations at a 10-year low in Faulkner County
- Sunday parade celebrates WWII vet's 95th birthday
- Council approves establishing $200K credit line during pandemic
- Greenbrier park nearing completion
- Brothers hope residents 'don't lose heart'
- Conway teen missing out on senior activities remains focused on his future
- State officials release statements on clinic's noncompliance
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- Pine Bluff murder suspect's trial starts Monday
- 8 women, 4 men picked in death penalty case
- Vetter vies for District 13 seat
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