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  • Cursive writing
    Arkansas schools to be teaching cursive writing again soon
    Before the Internet was even invented, every school kid had to learn cursive writing. However, since technology has advanced and the Internet is now in every classroom across the United States, they stopped teaching it. According to THV11.com on...
  • Icicles were hanging off of dogs.
    Animals with icicles hanging on them rescued from Arkansas puppy mill
    Horrible living conditions at a suspected puppy mill in Warm Springs, Ark. has brought teams from the Humane Society of the United States, as well as local rescue organizations from the area, to rescue dozens of animals from the unsafe environment...
  • Operation Three Amigos nets eight in drug trafficking
    Operation Three Amigos nets eight in drug trafficking
    Interest grew on the drug trafficking in Ouachita County, Arkansas in 2011; at which time the Drug Enforcement Administration and FBI Task Force Officers began an investigation under the name of Operation Three Amigos that included controlled...
  • International Flair Designs
    International Flair Designs
    Kimberly Lacy is the talent behind the International Flair Designs interior design house based in Little Rock, Arkansas. Growing up around her father’s antique store gave Kimberly a keen sense of style and insider knowledge about furniture,...
  • Greystone Country Club
    Vendors register for Arkansas bridal show 2015
    The third annual Arkansas bridal show, Bridal Savoir Faire, is now accepting vendor applications for the 2015 event taking place on Sunday, September 13, 2015 from 1-5 p.m. at Greystone Country Club in Cabot. Greystone Country Club offers a...
  • Three pit bull mixes attacked a three-year-old-girl
    Three pit bull mixes attack three-year-old girl in Arkansas, she may not survive
    The holidays seemed to have brought a number of animal attacks, one of the latest was in Smackover Arkansas on Tuesday evening, Dec. 23, 2014 when three pit-bull mixes where accidentally released from a closed room and then they proceeded to...
  • Influenza-Like Illness Increased 25.9%
    Influenza-Like Illness Increased 25.9%
    Influenza-like illness is above the national baseline for the fourth consecutive week. H3N2 is the strain of the influenza that's currently making the rounds. The highest hospitalization rates are among people 65 years and older (23.6 per 100...
  • Millie Jean and Samantha
    Monsters in Arkansas shoot and decapitate a family pet
    Genoa, Arkansas: Hog hunters are suspected of murdering Samantha Akin-Davis' pet companion, Millie Jean. Akins let Millie outside at 6 a.m. December 14 to relieve herself. When Millie was not back by 7:30 and was not coming when called, Akins...
  • Jesse Duggar Seewald and Ben start their road trip to Hot Springs, looking giddy to be getting away again!
    Jessa Duggar Seewald vacation: Jesse and Ben's gasoline hearts beckon road trip?
    The newly married Jessa Duggar Seewald and husband Ben Seewald are on the road again, just a month after coming back from their honeymoon travels. Will this be the Duggar couple who find themselves with gasoline hearts, getting the travel out of...
  • UFO sighting over Arkansas nuclear power plant
    UFO sighting over Arkansas nuclear power plant
    Keep your eyes on the skies according to the Dec. 1 strange report from Unexplained Mysteries and the Nov. 26 report from HNGN. The UFO was spotted over the Arkansas Nuclear One water reactor nuclear power plant. Located in Russeville, it was seen...
  • Late Mississippian Human Head Effigy
    Portal to the past: Human head effigy as museum's centerpiece artifact
    Hampson Archeological Museum State Park in northeast Arkansas is the repository for a nationally acclaimed collection of artifacts from the late Mississippian period, approximately 1400 - 1650 A.D.. Collected from what is now known as the Upper...
  • Gay marriage ban overturned in Mississippi
    Judge overturns gay marriage ban in Mississippi and Arkansas
    Another victory to the marriage equality movement, on Tuesday, November 25, 2014, a judge in the Jackson, Mississippi 5th U.S. Circuit of Appeals have issued his ruling on the gay marriage issue. U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves has ruled a...
  • Southern Tenant Farmers Museum
    Arkansas' Southern Tenant Farmers Museum: Of tenant farming & sharecropping
    Few Americans know anything about the underpinnings of our agriculture system, yet almost half of America's population lived on a farm when our nation entered the twentieth century. Fast forward to the year 2000 and only about one percent of...
  • Tom Cotton - Arkansas
    Cotton becomes an Arkansas staple in Washington, D.C.
    Born in Dardanelle,Arkansason May 13, 1977, 6’5” Tom Cotton is filled with determination and patriotism. Though he lives in a small home, has no press secretary and seems somewhat incapable of presenting a resounding stump speech, only...
  • Arkansas Lt. Governor nominee admits to scandalous past job
    Does this Arkansas candidate exemplify 'our values?'
    The candidate is John Burkhalter, who is the Democratic nominee for lieutenant governor of Arkansas, who is also endorsed by Mike Ross, the Democrat's candidate for governor of the state. Ross is running on the slogan “our values –...