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  • Bill Proposes Lottery Winners Can Remain Anonymous In Arkansas

    An Arkansas legislator is looking to join eight other states that allow lottery participants to remain anonymous if they win. Introduced by state Senator Larry Teague (D-Nashville), the bill states that “if a winner of the Powerball or Mega Millions drawing requests that his or her records or information filed with the Office of the Arkansas Lottery remain confidential” then that information will remain confidential. Those files would also be exempt from the Freedom of Information Act. Recently, a woman from Dumas became […]

  • Boy Scouts Of America Welcome First All-Girl Troop In Central Arkansas

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) — For the very first time, a group of local girls will join the group formerly known as the Boy Scouts on Tuesday, Feb. 5. Troop 19 will receive its charter during a special ceremony and become the first all-girls troop in central Arkansas. Girls have only been allowed into Scouts BSA since Friday, Feb. 1 and five of the members of Troop 19 said Monday night, Feb. 4 that they are ready for what they […]

  • Ozark Legislator Wants To Get Rid Of Daylight Saving Time In Arkansas

    ARKANSAS (KTHV) —State Representative Sarah Capp (R-Ozark) has introduced legislation that would make the state of Arkansas exempt from observing daylight saving time. Capp filed the bill Monday, which states that Arkansas “exempts itself” from daylight saving time and instead to observe the “standard time otherwise applicable during the period described.” In March 2018, our reporter Michael Aaron asked people in Little Rock what they thought of the time shift and most people would rather be without it. One person said it was “terrible” […]

  • Proposed Bill Would Allow Domestic Abuse Victim To Apply For Temporary Concealed Carry License

    ARKANSAS (KTVH) — State Senator Trent Garner (R-El Dorado) has proposed a bill that would allow victims of domestic abuse to apply for a temporary license to carry a concealed handgun. In order to receive the temporary license, a person must complete the application, application fee and pass a background check as well as any other documentation needed. If approved, the bill states that the training requirement “does not apply to a temporary license to carry a concealed handgun.” The temporary concealed […]

  • Man Accused Of Throwing Meth-Filled ‘Death Party’ For Wife

    SEARLES, Minnesota (KTHV) — A Minnesota man is accused of giving his wife meth and throwing her a “death party” because she did not want to die in a nursing home. Debra Lynn Johnson, 69, was found dead in her home last week after her husband Duane Arden Johnson called 911. When law enforcement officers showed up, they found Duane naked at the house, where there were guns, hundreds of rounds of ammunition and the words “Death Parde God Hell” […]

  • Little Rock Man Kills Parents, Himself In Double Homicide

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) — Little Rock police have reported a domestic-related double homicide on Dorset Drive. The son shot and killed his parents before killing himself. He was taken to the hospital by police, where he was pronounced dead. BREAKING: Two people are dead after a son shot and killed his mother and father off Dorset Dr in Little Rock. The suspect died by suicide at an area hospital shortly after. @THV11 — Melissa Zygowicz (@THVMelissa) January 30, […]

  • Body Found In Woods Identified As Missing Jefferson Co. Man, Suspect Identified

    (KTHV) — The Jefferson Co. Sheriff’s Office has identified a body found last week as 55-year-old John Gordon Honeycutt. Honeycutt was last seen by family and friends at his home in Jefferson Co. on Jan. 6. Deputies reported his disappearance as suspicious. Honeycutt’s body was found on Jan. 16 in a wooded area off of Glendale Road in Cleveland County. The autopsy result confirmed that Honeycutt died of a gunshot wound, deeming the case a homicide. Jefferson Co. deputies identified the […]

  • Petition For Saints NFC Championship Rematch Looking For 500,000 Signatures

    NEW ORLEANS (THV11) — Some New Orleans Saints fans are doing more than grieving after the heartbreaking and controversial loss to the Los Angeles Rams Sunday. Tens of thousands of internet users have signed an online petition to NFL commissioner Rodger Goodell for a rematch of the NFC Championship game. As of Monday afternoon, the petition started by Terry Cassreino had received almost 400,000 signatures. “Refs missed a blatant pass interference call against the Los Angeles Rams late in fourth quarter […]

  • Oregon Man Kills Parents, Girlfriend, Infant Daughter In ‘Horrific’ Slaying

    WOODBURN, Ore. (THV11) — In a scene that authorities described as “horrific,” a man killed four members of his family at a home they shared in Woodburn late Saturday night. The suspect, 42-year-old Mark Leo Gregory Gago, killed his parents, his girlfriend, and their infant daughter, according to the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office. The homicide victims were identified Sunday morning as Olivia Gago, 9 months old; Shaina Sweitzer, 31; Jerry Bremer, 66; and Pamela Bremer, 64. Neighbors and family told […]

  • Oreo Releases ‘Most Stuf’ Edition With ‘The Most Creme Ever’

    HOUSTON (KTHV) — If you’re the kind of person who picks apart Oreo cookies to maximize the creme per cookie, The Most Stuf edition may be for you. Oreo advertises it as having “the most creme ever.” But good luck finding it. As Elite Daily points out, most of the people who have posted online about it say they found the limited edition cookie at Rite Aid. For us in Houston, our only option may be Ebay. That’s right, people are […]

  • Suspect Arrested After McDonald’s Hot Coffee Attack

    CAMDEN, S.C. (KTHV) — Camden police have arrested a suspect who they say threw hot coffee at a teenage McDonald’s worker at a drive-thru window. Officers say they’ve taken Joshua Emery Noel into custody on a charge of assault and battery second degree. He was identified by several people, who contacted law enforcement. He turned himself in at the police department Wednesday. The incident took place on December 21 around 9:40 p.m. According to an incident report, Noel was asking […]

  • Ark. Lawmaker’s Bill Would Exempt People Under 18, Certain Companies From Minimum Wage Increase

    ARKANSAS (KTHV) — An Arkansas legislator has proposed a bill that would add exceptions to the newly implemented minimum wage increase. The increase, which was passed in November with 68 percent of the vote, would move up the minimum wage to $11 per hour by 2021. At the start of 2019, it was increased to $9.25 per hour. State Senator Bob Ballinger’s (R-Berryville) bill would amend the Minimum Wage Act to allow exclusions from the definitions of employee and employer. According to the […]

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