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Firefighters, police targeted in Arkansas town; someone setting fire to homes, vandalizing vehicles

Town seeks state police help

Someone is targeting Cotton Plant's police and firefighters, setting fires to their homes and vandalizing their vehicles since February, according to officials in the Woodruff County town.

Arkansas bite victim dies; police focus on caretaker

An elderly Cherokee Village woman whom police found in her home covered in bite marks last week has died, and authorities are investigating her caretaker in the death, Prosecuting Attorney Henry Boyce of Newport said Friday.

Slaying suspect nabbed in Texas

Facebook taunts aided police; $1M bail set for 2nd suspect

Authorities arrested a man Monday night in Texas who police say was involved in a fatal shooting the day before in Jonesboro, and a second suspect is in jail in lieu of a $1 million bond.

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ASU introduces its choice for chancellor

Kelly Damphousse was seconds away from deleting the email that stands to change his career.

Police catch suspect in Texas

Facebook posts aided police; $1M bail set for 2nd arrestee

Authorities arrested a man Monday night in Texas who police say was involved in a fatal shooting the day before in Jonesboro, and a second suspect is in jail in lieu of a $1 million bond.

Governor seeks $5M aid for flood victims' housing

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson has asked a state agency to allocate up to $5 million in U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development funds to assist residents forced from their homes because of recent flooding.

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Arkansas man sought in fatal shooting claims innocence, taunts police on Facebook

JONESBORO -- A Jonesboro man police want in a fatal downtown shooting Sunday morning proclaimed his innocence on several Facebook posts and taunted police.

For damage left by 2 flooded rivers in Arkansas, survey to start

Federal, state teams to view what Black, White wrought

Preliminary assessment teams will begin surveying damage left by the flooded Black and White rivers this week, focusing on private property including houses and apartments, according to the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management.

Extradition sought for arson suspect

MOUNTAIN HOME -- A Baxter County man police accused of setting fire to two of his residences Monday morning surrendered to Missouri authorities later in the day, according to Baxter County Sheriff John Montgomery.

Blytheville voters OK sales tax, bond

Police, firefighters to get pay bump

Blytheville police officers and firefighters will receive better pay for longevity and the Police Department will move to a new location after voters approved a one-half percent citywide sales tax last week.