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Authorities: Arkansas man dragged wife from workplace, fatally stabbed her

Subscriber onlyA Mountain Home man was charged Tuesday with capital murder in the March 13 stabbing of his estranged wife. Continue reading...

Murder count filed in stabbing of wife

Victim dragged from workplace, slain

Subscriber onlyA Mountain Home man was charged Tuesday with capital murder in the March 13 stabbing death of his estranged wife. Continue reading...

18 state properties to get look for nomination to National Register of Historic Places

Subscriber onlyA cemetery in Eureka Springs, an airport building in El Dorado and the Mosaic Templars State Temple Building in Little Rock are among 18 properties that will be considered for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places when the state review board meets April 4 in Little Rock. Continue reading...

Deputy kills man armed with crossbow in clash

Subscriber onlyA man armed with a crossbow and driving a stolen tractor was shot and killed by a Baxter County deputy after a traffic stop Monday evening, according to Sheriff John Montgomery. Continue reading...

Arkansas deputy kills tractor rider who was armed with crossbow, sheriff says

Subscriber onlyA man armed with a crossbow and driving a stolen tractor was shot and killed by a Baxter County deputy after a traffic stop Monday evening, according to Sheriff John Montgomery. Continue reading...

Arkansas governor touts plan to cut back agencies

Subscriber onlyThe day after announcing plans for the biggest reorganization of state government in almost half a century, Gov. Asa Hutchinson touted his plan before a crowd of about 130 people at a meeting of the Political Animals Club of Northwest Arkansas. Continue reading...

Group: FDA lab hid monkey deaths in Arkansas

Subscriber onlyThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration's toxicology lab in Arkansas didn't report the deaths of four squirrel monkeys to a laboratory animal-welfare office because it wasn't required to do so, according to the FDA. Continue reading...

Lawsuit pins 2 deaths on Arkansas sheriff

Subscriber onlyThe father of a man charged in a double homicide is suing Boone County Sheriff Mike Moore for not arresting his son sooner. Continue reading...

Authorities: Jury indicts Arkansas man who said he got idea to make ricin from 'Breaking Bad'

Subscriber onlyA federal grand jury has indicted a 21-year-old man accused of making the deadly toxin ricin from a recipe he found on the Internet. Continue reading...

OBITUARY: Ex-city attorney, former Arkansas representative Joe Peacock hailed for service

Subscriber onlyJoe Peacock was always doing things behind people's backs. Continue reading...

UALR class scours censuses for massacre escapees

Subscriber onlyAlex Martin was relieved to find Eugenia Jones and Willie Savage in the 1920 Census records. Continue reading...

February was wettest in Arkansas since at least 1939; lightning kills 25 cattle near Lonsdale

Subscriber onlyLast month appears to be the wettest February in Arkansas since at least 1939 and preliminarily the wettest February since state averages began being tabulated in 1895, according to the National Weather Service in North Little Rock. Continue reading...

12 Arkansas counties declare emergencies because of flooding; February brought record rain to parts of state

Subscriber onlyThe wettest February on record for much of Arkansas has come to an end after another band of thunderstorms pounded central and southeast Arkansas on Wednesday night. Continue reading...

4 men charged in New Year's killing in Arkansas

Subscriber onlyFour Johnson County men were charged Tuesday with first-degree murder in the New Year's Eve shooting death of Vernice "Duwane" Ledbetter. Continue reading...

After estimated 6.7 trillion gallons of rain fell last week in Arkansas, forecast calls for more storms

Waterlogged areas face up to 5 inches through Thursday

Subscriber onlyAnother 2 to 5 inches of rain is forecast for much of waterlogged Arkansas through Thursday night, according to the National Weather Service in North Little Rock. Continue reading...