Law enforcement gun auctions pull in cash, but also put seized firearms back on street
In Clarksville and Fort Smith last year, two law enforcement agencies sold 261 firearms and netted more than $35,000.
Tennessee justices refuse case
A $30 million deal between Fisk University of Nashville, Tenn., and Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art to share in an art collection is heading back to the Davidson County Chancery Court after the Tennessee Supreme Court declined to hear the case.
Performers like being talked to while on stage, as long as it’s done the correct way, Patricia Relph told participants of the Walton Arts Center Family First Nights program Saturday.
State police arrangement with UA is under review
Arkansas State Police commanders are reviewing the long-standing practice of providing security to the Razorbacks football team after questions were raised about gifts received by the captain who coordinated security for fired Coach Bobby Petrino.
Prefabricated metal cells in new facility a first for Arkansas
Newton County Sheriff Keith Slape didn’t try to contain his excitement as he watched his new jail cells pull into the parking lot on a flatbed tractor-trailer.
Madison County: Half is not lawful
A lawsuit filed against Madison County District Judge Orville Clift is the next step in the debate over how to fund the district court, Huntsville Mayor Kevin Hatfield said Friday.
The Arkansas State Police is conducting an audit of gratuities troopers receive for providing security for the Arkansas Razorbacks and former Coach Bobby Petrino.
State police, Ozark couple recount Petrino accident
Razorbacks head football coach Bobby Petrino asked a state police captain April 2 if he would be required to identify Petrino’s passenger in a motorcycle accident the coach had had the previous day, according to a statement state police released Monday.
State police captain is asked to detail his role after crash
University of Arkansas football Coach Bobby Petrino and his female passenger, a UA employee, asked a man who passed their motorcycle accident Sunday not to call 911, according to an audio recording released by the Arkansas State Police on Friday.
The creation of the nation’s first Veterans of Foreign Wars post on a university campus hinges on its organizers’ ability to create an auxiliary group that meets requirements set by the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville.