- Jessica Jackson expected to return for next game
Arkansas senior forward Jessica Jackson will play against Vanderbilt Thursday night in Walton Arena, Coach Jimmy Dykes said, after the team's leading scorer sat out the Razorbacks' 68-50 victory at Alabama last Saturday.
- Police: Driver clocked at 91 mph in snowstorm tells officer she was late for stereo installation
CONCORD, N.H — New Hampshire State Police say a driver clocked at 91 mph during a snowstorm said she was late for an appointment to have a new car stereo installed.
- Arkansas pastor, probation officer arrested on charge of solicitation of prostitution
An Arkansas pastor and probation officer has been arrested on a charge of solicitation of prostitution after arrangements for sex were made with an undercover detective, authorities say.
- District fires Arkansas choir teacher accused of sending sexually explicit texts to student
A northeast Arkansas choir teacher accused of sending “improper text messages” to a student has been terminated, according to the district’s attorney.
- Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines, Ivan Rodriguez elected to baseball's Hall of Fame
NEW YORK — Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines and Ivan Rodriguez have been elected to baseball's Hall of Fame, earning the honor as Trevor Hoffman and Vladimir Guerrero fell just short.
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- More than $500 stolen from North Little Rock VFW post, authorities say
A North Little Rock Veterans of Foreign Wars post was burglarized early Friday by a masked thief, police say.
- Trump hotel bans media during inauguration week
WASHINGTON — President-elect Donald Trump's hotel in the nation's capital is off limits to media during Inauguration Week.
- Man operating brothel in Little Rock sentenced to prison for lying to federal authorities
A Little Rock man has been sentenced to 21 months in prison for lying to federal authorities about his ability to work while he operated a brothel out of his home.
- Sheriff accused of meth theft pleads to felony, resigns
SPENCER, W.Va. — A prosecutor says a newly elected West Virginia sheriff who admitted he was a meth addict and was charged with stealing the drug from a police locker has pleaded guilty to a felony and resigned from office.
- Police: Homeless man robbed near North Little Rock Burger King by 3 assailants
A homeless man told North Little Rock police that he was approached by three assailants and robbed late Monday near a Burger King.
- Foreclosed mall once valued at $190M is auctioned for $100
TARENTUM, Pa. — A Pennsylvania mall that was foreclosed on after its owners failed to repay $143 million has been auctioned off for $100.
- Arkansas Senate panel OKs delaying start of medical marijuana program
LITTLE ROCK — An Arkansas Senate committee has advanced legislation to delay the launch of the state's voter-approved medical marijuana program and a proposal to ease a restriction for doctors of eligible patients.
- 'Will & Grace' 10-episode revival set for 2017-18 season
PASADENA, Calif. — "Will & Grace" is making a comeback.
- Police: Burglar steals $300 from North Little Rock Mexican restaurant
A burglar took about $300 from cash registers inside a North Little Rock Mexican restaurant early Tuesday, according to police.
- $20,000 reward now offered in slaying of man outside Little Rock detail shop
A $20,000 reward is now being offered for information in the November slaying of a man outside a downtown Little Rock detail shop.
- Obama defends decision to commute Chelsea Manning's sentence
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama defended his decision to cut nearly three decades off convicted leaker Chelsea Manning's prison term Wednesday, arguing in his final White House news conference that the former Army intelligence analyst had served a "tough prison sentence" already.
- Authorities: Arkansas woman arrested after tying up, threatening to kill her mother
An Arkansas woman accused of tying up her mother and threatening to kill her was arrested Tuesday morning, the Hot Springs Sentinel Record reported.
- Mom charged after 5-year-old daughter shoots herself
CHICAGO — Police say a 5-year-old Chicago girl is in serious condition after she shot herself in the abdomen with a handgun that she found in her mother's purse.
- Rogers Daisy plant to expand as joint headquarters with Gamo Outdoor USA
The Daisy plant in Rogers will be expanded and become U.S. headquarters for Gamo Outdoor USA and Daisy, the president of the companies announced Wednesday.
- Area students make UAM chancellor’s, dean’s lists
The University of Arkansas at Monticello named 171 students to the Chancellor’s List for the fall semester and another 349 students to the Dean’s List, according to Carol Dolberry, registrar. Selection to the Chancellor’s List requires a grade point average of 4.0 on at least 12 semester hours of course credit at the 1000-4000 level. The Dean’s List requires a grade point average of 3.5 or higher, also on at least 12 semester hours of … Continued
- UAM moves up to No. 16 in latest national poll
The University of Arkansas at Monticello men’s basketball team is ranked No. 16 in the latest NCAA Division II – NABC Coaches Poll after improving its overall record last week to 12-0 on the year. UAM took down Great American Conference opponents Harding University and Henderson State last week to earn its 11th and 12th straight victories, and UAM is also ranked second overall in the Division II Central Region Men’s Basketball Poll, sponsored by … Continued
- Monticello mayor resigns, expected to plead guilty
Monticello Mayor Zack Tucker resigned Tuesday morning and is expected to plead guilty on March 6 to a felony or a misdemeanor. Former Monticello Mayor David Anderson will serve as interim mayor until a special mayoral election in May. Tucker was charged in September with tampering with a public record, a felony punishable by a maximum six-year prison sentence and a maximum fine of $10,000. He was also charged with abuse of office, a misdemeanor punishable … Continued
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- Hill named to top 100 List for Bevo Francis Award
University of Arkansas at Monticello men’s basketball player Derylton Hill has been named to the top 100 watch list for the Bevo Francis Award. The Clarence “Bevo” Francis Award is presented annually to the player who has had the finest overall season within Small College Basketball. Considerations will be season statistics and individual achievements, awards, personal character and team achievements. This is an incredibly prestigious award, as this award will only be given to one … Continued
- UAM Baseball picked second in GAC preseason poll
The University of Arkansas at Monticello baseball team has been picked second overall in the 2017 Great American Conference Preseason Coaches Poll, as released by the conference on Thursday. Arkansas-Monticello concluded the 2016 season with a 40-16 record and a 21-9 finish in the GAC and a second place spot in the GAC championship tournament. UAM went on to defeat Harding, Southeastern Oklahoma State, Arkansas Tech, and finally Henderson State to claim the 2016 GAC … Continued
- Suspected bank robbers arrested
Three men suspected in a bank robbery Tuesday morning in Ashley County were arrested just a couple of hours later hiding in a wooded area in Parkdale. Stacy Cox, Jr., Jalen Hudson and Marquez allegedly robbed the Simmons Bank in Parkdale around 9:30 a.m. Cox and Marquez reportedly entered the bank and demanded money. They are alleged to have been armed. Hudson’s role reportedly was that of “look out.” After the alleged robbery, the men reportedly … Continued
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- Medical emergency professionals conduct mock stroke simulations
Drew Memorial Hospital and area emergency medical service providers participated in mock stroke simulations and stroke education on January 5 and 6 to improve patient outcomes. Monticello Ambulance Service, Inc. (MASI) and Southeast Emergency Medical Services (SEEMS) sent representatives to join hospital emergency department staff for training and simulations offered by the UAMS Arkansas SAVES program. SAVES is an acronym for Stroke Assistance by Virtual Emergency Support. Drew Memorial Hospital has participated in the program … Continued
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- UAM ranked No. 22 in national poll
The University of Arkansas at Monticello men’s basketball team is ranked No. 22 in the nation in the latest NCAA Division II – NABC Coaches Poll after improving its overall record last week to 10-0. The Weevils defeated Great American Conference opponents Southern Nazarene and Oklahoma Baptist at home to earn its tenth straight victory. UAM is also currently ranked third overall in the central region in the Division II Central Region Men’s Basketball Poll, … Continued
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- Council Selects David Anderson as Interim Mayor
The Monticello’s City Council chose former mayor David Anderson to serve as interim mayor, until the special election in May, by a 5-2 margin.
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