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  Harrison Street Department workers are making street repairs on South Oak Street this week. The road surface on part of the street had been deteriorating lately and was made much worse due … more
12:28 a.m. – A caller reported a possible disturbance in a residence on North 3rd Street. An officer said it had actually been an elderly couple communicating with each other from different … more
OARK — Formal charges were filed Tuesday against a 61-year-old man and his 34-year-old son in connection with a suspected murder and arson event in early January, online court records … more
LESLIE — Dale England, 79, of Pelsor, was killed in a one-vehicle crash in Searcy County Monday, Feb. 22, according to Arkansas State Police. The crash happened at 11 a.m. on US 65, south of … more
LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Asa Hutchinson announced Tuesday that the state is still in Phase 1-B in the COVID-19 vaccination effort, but the age threshold has been lowered. The schedule for … more
Boone County Sheriff Tim Roberson said carbon monoxide poisoning from an alternate heat source is believed to have caused the death of and man and his granddaughter and severe illness to two other … more
Four water systems in Boone and Newton counties are under boil-water orders, one of which was only added to the Arkansas Department of Health’s announcement Tuesday although the problem with … more
Influenza deaths grew by one last week to 14 so far, but still no nursing homes have experienced an influenza outbreak this flu season, according to the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH). During … more
LITTLE ROCK — Vaccinate the Natural State, a new initiative led by Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield in collaboration with the Arkansas Department of Health, Arkansas Foundation for Medical … more
DIAMOND CITY — A partnership of local health and emergency officials tested the concept of a drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination clinic Monday morning at Diamond City. North Arkansas Regional … more
Pole Replaced- A power pole holding electric lines, telephone lines, and cable was broken Wednesday morning after a vehicle slid off the pavement at the intersection of  South Oak and … more
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