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  • Woman Taken From Conway Nursing Home Found

    LITTLE ROCK (KATV) — The Conway Police Department says that a 79-year-old Linda Jaggers has been found. Jaggers was originally taken from a nursing home on September 6 by her daughter, Lisa (Leesia) Bozarth, without proper authorization, according to the police. Conway police credit social media, the Craighead County Sheriff’s Department and the Belle Vista Police Department in helping find Jaggers. No other information has been released at this time. Thanks to social media, The Craighead County sheriffs department and the […]

  • Arkansas AG Alerts Parents Of 16 Apps With Possible Online Dangers For Kids

    LITTLE ROCK (KATV) — The Arkansas Attorney General’s Office routinely hears about preteens and teenagers who are bullied or have started relationships with strangers online, states the website. “Keeping Arkansas kids safe is a top priority,” said Attorney General Leslie Rutledge. “Being informed, opening every app on your child’s phone and knowing who they are talking to are some of the best ways we can protect our kids from predators and online bullying.” Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge is alerting parents to […]

  • Little Rock Police Searching For Missing Man

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KATV) — Little Rock police are searching for a missing 42-year-old man. Please help us locate Mr. Lee! If you have any information about Mr. Lee’s whereabouts, please contact detectives at 501-404-3014. — Little Rock Police (@LRpolice) September 13, 2019 According to police, Anthony Lee was last seen at 4621 Asher Avenue on September 4. He is described as 6 feet tall and weighs 165 pounds. If you know where Lee is call Little Rock police […]

  • North Arkansas Murder Remains Unsolved, Billboard Now Offers $25K Reward For Information

    IZARD COUNTY, Ark. (KATV) — It was September 27, 2004, when the family of 22-year-old Rebekah Gould received the news they were not hoping to hear – her body was discovered in a ditch, bludgeoned to death, in rural Izard County. Journalist and author, George Jared, was a budding newspaper reporter at the time Gould was initially reported missing roughly a week prior to her body being found by police. “The mother of this woman – Rebekah Gould’s mother – hands […]

  • Bentonville Schools Superintendent Urges Lawmakers To Combat Teen Vaping

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KFSM) — The beginning of the school year brings a new challenge for local school administrators, one being how to deal with teen vaping. Bentonville Schools Superintendent Debbie Jones traveled to the State Capitol to urge legislators to take action against the issue of teens using e-cigarettes while at school. “We have lost control of trying to discipline this out of our schools,” Jones said. Jones presented legislators with just a handful of the Juul’s and e-cigarettes […]

  • Bobby Petrino Speaks At Little Rock Touchdown Club, Apologizes To Hog Fans

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KATV) — Former University of Arkansas football coach Bobby Petrino spoke Monday at the Little Rock Touchdown Club, giving a teary-eyed apology to Razorback fans for how his tenure ended. “When I was contacted about coming here, I immediately (…) said yeah, I’d love to,” Petrino said in a question and answer session with David Bazzel. “I wanted to be able to come here and apologize to everybody, the fans, the players, and truly tell you how […]

  • Pine Bluff Car Crash That Left 1 Woman Dead Being Investigated As Homicide

    LITTLE ROCK (KATV) — The Pine Bluff Police Department is investigating an incident that left a woman dead. Police say a woman was driving at 26th and Cherry around 3:30 a.m. on Saturday when she crashed into a tree and died at the scene. According to police, 33-year-old Jeremy Scott Sr. later surrendered to police in connection with the car crash. He made statements to police that led to him being arrested for second-degree murder. Police say Scott has a child […]

  • Commission Upholds Firing Little Rock Police Officer Over Deadly Shooting

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KATV) — The Little Rock Civil Service Commission on Wednesday voted to uphold the firing of a Little Rock police officer over his actions in a deadly shooting this year. Charles Starks fatally shot Bradley Blackshire, 30, in February. Blackshire was driving a stolen car when he accelerated and hit Starks. Starks then opened fire. Starks was not charged in the shooting but was fired after an internal investigation. A letter of termination from Chief Keith Humphrey to Starks says that […]

  • Data Breach Exposes Patient Info At Conway Regional Medical Center

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KATV) — An intruder gained access to patient and physician information at Conway Regional Medical Center after an email phishing attack, according to a letter sent to patients. Patients who may have been affected were notified last month. In a letter dated Aug. 23, the hospital system says the breach was discovered in June after “unusual activity” surrounding employee email accounts was detected. Patient names, addresses, Social Security numbers, health insurance information and “limited” medical information may have […]

  • Little Rock Zoo Reveals Baby Orangutan’s Name

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KATV)–The Little Rock Zoo’s first baby orangutan now has a name, and it’s all thanks to the public’s input. The Zoo held a name reveal celebration Saturday afternoon. Parents and kids stood in awe at the zoo’s tiny new addition. And the baby’s dad got to reveal her new name by pulling a sign out of a box. The sign revealed the name “Kasih,” which means love in Malay. The Zoo released four name options, and people […]

  • One Person Dead After Shooting At Little Caesers Near UALR

    LITTLE ROCK (KATV) — Little Rock police are investigating a homicide that happened on Thursday evening. Police say that one person is dead after being shot at Little Caesers at 3412 S. University. Shots were fired between an employee and a customer, according to officials. No other information has been released at this time. This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

  • Russellville City Council Discusses Annexing Proposed Casino Land

    RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. (KATV) — The Russellville city council is now hoping to get a piece of the tax pie when a casino comes to the county. Talks of annexing the proposed casino site were held on Tuesday and further discussions are planned. Councilmember Larry Brown told KATV they’re in the preliminary stages of exploring the options of annexing the land. As is, the county is set to take in quite a chunk of money in taxes, while the city would be […]

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