Apr 4 2001 by Melissa Nelson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A woman hurt in the 1999 crash of an American Airlines jet says she suffered further because of a relationship with an airline employee sent to Arkansas as part of an emergency r
Apr 4 2001 by Angelia Roberts
ASH FLAT – An investigation that began four years ago regarding Sharp County fuel expenditures is set for court and a former employee charged with theft of property has less than a week to plead gu
Apr 4 2001 by admin
MARION (AP) – One of 15 nursing home patients hospitalized due to an unidentified respiratory illness died Tuesday, but a state Health Department official said the death was not caused by the myste
Apr 4 2001 by Kelly Wiese
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Gov.
Apr 4 2001 by Liz Sidoti
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The Ohio Supreme Court will decide whether to disbar or suspend an attorney accused of lying to a judge and falsely claiming he was a juvenile justice specialist while briefly
Apr 4 2001 by Chuck Ross
Two warrant arrests and the use of fictitious tags were reported by the Independence County Sheriff’s Office.
CONWAY (AP) – The widow of a man fatally shot by officers carrying out a search doesn’t dispute a prosecutor’s findings that the officers were justified in their shooting.
NEWARK – During a regular meeting Monday, the Newark City Council opened the only bid received for a new fire truck and decided to take the bid under advisement before deciding whether to accept or
Apr 3 2001 by admin
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A university survey found that Arkansans would risk slowing economic growth, if necessary, to protect the environment.
Apr 3 2001 by Melissa Nelson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – After expectations that Bentonville-based Wal-Mart Stores Inc. would top this year’s Fortune 500 list, the nation’s largest retailer was still No.
Apr 3 2001 by Kelly Wiese
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – The House has rejected a bill that would have reinstated an assets test used to qualify children for a free state health insurance program.
Apr 3 2001 by Angelia Roberts
Members of the Batesville Planning Commission agreed the time has come to pass their recommendations on to the City Council regarding the proposed sign ordinance that would reduce sign clutter and