Tributes, memorials pour in

October 27, 2008 LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Mourners left flowers, stuffed animals and other mementos outside the home where a TV anchorwoman was found brutally beaten, as tributes poured into the Web site of the Little Roc

KATV anchorwoman dies after beating

October 27, 2008 LITTLE ROCK (AP) - An Arkansas television anchorwoman died Saturday, several days after being found beaten in her home when she didn't answer her wake-up call, hospital officials said.

Driver arrested in armored car theft

October 27, 2008 FAYETTEVILLE (AP) - Fayetteville police have arrested an armored car driver who claimed the truck he drove was stolen by men who took him hostage.

Alaska senator’s trial gets new juror

October 27, 2008 WASHINGTON (AP) - A federal judge today added a new juror to the panel deciding Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens' federal corruption trial, possibly dimming prospects for a verdict before Election Day.

Acclaimed author Tony Hillerman dies at 83

October 27, 2008 PHOENIX (AP) - Tony Hillerman, author of the acclaimed Navajo Tribal Police mystery novels and creator of two of the unlikeliest of literary heroes - Navajo police officers Joe Leaphorn and Jim Ch

FNBC presents contest winners

October 27, 2008 Ash Flat - First National Banking Company has announced the winners of its annual calendar photo contest. This year, nearly 600 photos were submitted for the bank's 2009 calendar.