Eighteen wrecks occurred along Interstate 40 throughout Arkansas State Police Troop D on Sunday, but no serious injuries were reported in any of the accidents.
East Arkansas Community College and the University of Central Arkansas in Conway are joining forces in an effort to increase the number of nurses in the state who hold a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree.
Lying to police never turns out well, as evidenced by a California woman’s arrest Thursday afternoon on drug charges after she identified herself to a state trooper first as her daughter and then as her sister.
A patrol car belonging to the Forrest City Police Department was totaled during a chase that began Monday during a shoplifting investigation at a local grocery store.
The employees club at the local federal prison facility led the Bureau of Prisons in collecting food for pantries this year.
A Forrest City man is dead and his nephew in custody following a dispute Monday morning at the Stonebrook Subdivision.
The Labor Day holiday weekend was pretty peaceful for officers serving the Troop D area of Arkansas State Police.
Over $30,000 was raised for the East Arkansas Community College Foundation through its annual golf tournament, held last month at the Forrest City Country Club.
For the second time this year, a local beauty salon has been destroyed by fire.
Leadership changes are in the works at Crowley’s Ridge Technical Institute following last night’s announcement by president Burl Lieblong that he will be retiring this summer.