Reported cases of COVID-19 decline compared to Wednesday
Arkansas woman pleads guilty to killing former lawmaker
Pinckard-Dover is First Female to Graduate UAMS Neurosurgery Residency
UAMS gets grant for hands-on cancer research for medical students
LITTLE ROCK — A $780,000 grant from the National Cancer Institute will fund a hands-on summer cancer research experience for medical students at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS). “Partnership in Cancer Research will provide focused and innovative research experiences in laboratories, community ...
Bond set in alleged assault and arson
Two bodies found in Pine Bluff under “very weird circumstances”.
Grant County to buy solar power, city of Sheridan shut out
All prison inmates to be tested for COVID-19
Second contested race for Pine Bluff City Council develops
Arkansas Department of Health releases guidelines for school bands and choirs
The Secretary of Health, in consultation with the Governor, has sole authority over all instances of quarantine, isolation, and restrictions on commerce and travel throughout Arkansas, as necessary and appropriate to control disease in the state of Arkansas as authorized by Ark. Code Ann. §20-7-109--110. Based on ...
Phase one of Downtown Pine Bluff Streetscape is nearing completion
By Ray King The first phase of the long-awaited Streetscape project that will change the look of downtown is nearing completion, according to Larry Matthews, the director of the city’s Economic and Community Development Department. Appearing on the Oldies 101.3 morning show Wednesday, Matthews talked about ...