Jurors Can’t Reach Verdict In Case

Posted: July 13, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Jurors couldn't reach a verdict in a rape case Friday, setting up a second trial in September.

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Potential For More Heat Waves Possible

Charles Smith with Heating & Air Solutions hooks up to test the coolant line pressure on a condenser unit Thursday at a home in Springdale. Proper refrigerant pressure is essential for a central air system to work properly. Smith has several easy tips to prolong the life of an air conditioner until including keeping grass and shrubs at least three feet away from the outside unit and when mowing, to always mow away from the unit to keep the mower from blowing clippings into the unit.

The odds are good temperatures will be higher than average this summer in Northwest Arkansas, a National Weath... Read »

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Legislators Discuss Session, Upcoming Issues

Local state legislators broke down the recent legislative session and talked about some new proposals at a forum sponsored by the Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce on ... Read »