The following is the official news release from the Arkansas State Police Public Affairs Office at 2:05pm on Thursday, May 11, 2017… Lieutenant Kevin C. Mainhart, 46, of the Yell County Sheriff’s Department was killed in the line of duty today during a traffic stop west of Dardanelle, Arkansas along State Highway 27 near the […]
As of 5:04pm, Friday, April 28th, 2017, Brian Smith of the National Weather Service office in Little Rock predicts several waves of showers and thunderstorms to affect Arkansas through the weekend. Heavy rainfall is likely, and severe thunderstorms are a possibility. .Heavy Rainfall… As waves of showers and thunderstorms move across the state tonight, and […]
A brother and sister have been reported missing from the Mena, Arkansas area (Polk County). The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children describes Reilly Scarbrough as being 9 years old, 3’6″, 60 pounds, blonde hair, and blue eyes. Acelynn Wester is described as 2 years old, 2′, 25 pounds, blonde hair, and blue eyes. […]
The National Weather Service in Little Rock reports a cold front is just entering northwest Arkansas this afternoon, which will move slowly through the state Friday and Saturday with showers and thunderstorms. This front will exit eastern Arkansas by Saturday evening. In the meantime, some of the thunderstorms are expected to become severe with the […]
UPDATE! This Amber Alert has been cancelled, as the child has been found safe! The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, as requested by the Conway, Arkansas Police Department, has issued an Amber Alert for a one-year-old, allegedly taken by knife-point. Police say 1-year-old Jimmy Fernando Bonilla was last seen this (Tuesday) morning (February […]
Severe Thunderstorms will be possible Saturday night and Sunday, mainly in the southeast parts of Arkansas, according to Brian Smith of the National Weather Service office in Little Rock. Low pressure is expected to develop to the southwest of Arkansas on Saturday. Then, by Saturday evening, the developing low will push a warm front into […]
According to the National Weather Service Office in Little Rock, weak upper level disturbances will move across the area Thursday night through Friday morning. Temperatures will be cold enough that any precipitation will fall in the form of snow. Snow amounts will be light with most locations averaging under an inch.