Mar 16 2001 by admin
The Batesville School Board will consider two high school student expulsions, one for violating the drug policy and the other for violating the theft policy, according to Dr.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A Pulaski County judge has given University Hospital authority to give blood transfusions to keep a prematurely born baby alive, over the religious objections of the infant boy’s
Mar 15 2001 by admin
Beware the dot-com con, warned Mark Pryor, Arkansas attorney general.
Mar 15 2001 by Chuck Ross
According to a news release from the 16th Judicial District Drug Task Force, the Newark Police Department, along with the Independence County Sheriff’s Office and the 16th Judicial District Drug Ta
Mar 15 2001 by Alex Dominguez
An experiment found that people can push an unwanted memory out of their minds, lending credence to Sigmund Freud’s theory of repression.
Mar 15 2001 by Kelly Wiese
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Legislation requiring regular training for all law enforcement officers was rejected by a House committee Wednesday.
LITTLE ROCK – Attorney General Mark Pryor indicated $174,512.59 in reparations was awarded to 105 crime victims in February by the Arkansas Crime Victims Reparations Board, according to a press rel
Young people who get appendicitis are largely protected in future years from ulcerative colitis, another common ailment, a study shows.
SULPHUR SPRINGS (AP) – A court clerk was fired for allegedly telling a judge he was among people under investigation by the Arkansas State Police, officials said.
The Old Independence Regional Museum will host a special event at 4 p.m. on Sunday.
Mar 15 2001 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Lives and highway money are at stake in legislation that would outlaw drinking and driving in Arkansas, supporters told a Senate committee Wednesday.
McRAE (AP) – McRae school officials say they’ve added to security precautions after an anonymous note prompted cancellation of a day’s classes.