Sep 5 2002 by Andrea Bruner
As we entered the 21st century, we heard growing reports of school shootings and other violence in what was once a traditional safe haven for children.
Sep 5 2002 by Kelly P. Kissel
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Arkansas’ Court of Appeals says a 37-year aluminum company worker waited too long to pursue workers’ compensation benefits based on his hearing loss.
Sep 5 2002 by Sharon Knight
A constable candidate accused of impersonating a law enforcement officer has appealed his conviction from district court to Independence County Circuit Court.
Sep 5 2002 by admin
JONESBORO (AP) – An axle plant in Jonesboro is being put up for sale, and 300 jobs are in the balance as the company seeks a buyer.
Sep 5 2002 by Larry Stroud
NEWARK – T.G.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Two men charged with murder in Pulaski County may find their cases moved east to Lonoke County, which police say may have been the county where an England man was killed.
Sep 4 2002 by Sharon Knight
If Joseph Rice wants a transcript of his trial, he will have to pay for it himself.
Independence County has received $13,414 in state funds to development a mosquito abatement program.
Sep 4 2002 by Janice Fae Mitchell
HORSESHOE BEND – An 18-year-old Salem man is sore but in fair condition after falling off a metal roof Tuesday at Crown Point Resort in Horseshoe Bend.
Sep 4 2002 by Kristen Wyatt
ATLANTA (AP) – Government health officials confirmed Tuesday that the West Nile virus had killed one transplant patient and infected at least two others, raising concern it can spread through trans
Sep 4 2002 by admin
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Sep 4 2002 by Mary E. Alexander
Three high school girls get into an argument with a classmate one night in a rural New York town. The group of three threatens to attack the other girl in school the following day.