Carrying the torchTy Myers, backed by several supporters for the Law Enforcement Special Olympics Torch Run, carries the torch and runs the first leg of today’s annual Special Olympics Torch Run, which concluded in Wynne. Each member of the group will take turns carrying the torch. The group left from South Washington and made their way through Forrest City escorted by the Arkansas State Police. Photo by Fred Conley
Board allows CRTI to open merger talks with UA, ASU - Members of the Crowley's Ridge Technical Institute's Board of Directors met during a called meeting Monday to discuss ways the vocational school could be proactive in determining its future, following a failed attempt last week by some Arkansas lawmakers to force consolidation.
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‘Click It or Ticket’ campaign coincides with Memorial Day - Law enforcement agencies across Arkansas are once again preparing to step up enforcement of the primary seat belt law.
Car taken at gunpoint on Inglewood; suspect sought - Officers with the Forrest City Police Department are on the lookout for a stolen car, which was taken at gunpoint in the early hours today.
City officials ask residents to report illegal trash dumping to local police - Officials with the Forrest City Department of Public Works are asking area residents to be vigilant of illegal trash dumping and report as much information as possible to the Forrest City Police Department.
Lawmakers agree to pause labeling for school districts - In addition to legislation regarding highway funding and a school merger, Arkansas lawmakers were asked to vote on whether or not to place a pause of labeling schools as academically distressed. The measure, which was passed by the Senate on Friday, was approved by the House this morning.