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Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Fort Smith man charged with felony after reported by 13-year-old’s father

A 21-year old Fort Smith man accused of raping a child younger than 14 years of age remained in the Sebastian County Detention Center on Wednesday morning in lieu of a $50,000 bond.

Oklahoma state parks face potential closure

A number of Oklahoma state parks in our region could be facing closure because of the state's budget woes of drastic funding cuts to...

Poteau man dead in car vs. train collision

A train crossing in Poteau on Dewey Street was the site of an accident on Wednesday morning resulting in the death of one unidentified...

LeFlore County child taken In ATV accident

An accident by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a 10-year od LeFlore county resident  was killed after an ATV accident just after 7 PM...

Authorities confirm remains found in Franklin County those of missing girl

Human remains found in November of an an undisclosed location in the Altus-Denning area of Franklin County on Nov. 12, 2016, have been identified as Rebecca Woodward.

Two arrested in Caulksville; variety of drugs, paraphernalia, cash seized

A search warrant was executed by the Logan County Sheriff's Office at a Caulksville business Thursday and two subjects were taken into custody.

Hackett man charged with hit-and-run that injured an 11-year-old

A Hackett man was released from the Sebastian County Detention Center on a $5,000 bond Wednesday after being charged in a hit-and-run on Tuesday night that sent an 11-year old Fort Smith resident to Arkansas Children's Hospital.

Rutledge’s office issues warning on common scams

Attorney General Leslie Rutledge today announced the top 10 most common complaints the Attorney General’s office received in 2016.

Wal-Mart employee helps avoid Franklin County scam

A quick-thinking Wal-Mart employee saved an elderly Franklin County man from being scammed out of $3,000 Wednesday.

Chaffin recognized for high achievements among junior highs

Chaffin Junior High School has been recognized by the Office for Education Policy (OEP) as one of the highest-achieving junior high schools in Arkansas.