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In 2007, Kevin Jones was acquitted in the murder of his then girlfriend, Arkansas Tech student Nona Dirksmeyer in Russellville.
Hot Springs Police are on a manhunt for the suspect of a vehicle theft.
More than 33,000 letters sent recently to Arkansas residents who opted into the "private option" Medicaid program included extraneous information in their address lines.
Larry was born in a downtown lot next to Today's THV in the fall of 2004. Many of the THV staffers spotted his mom with two very small kittens coming in and out of a drainage pipe.
If you wake with puffy eyes, here are 6 easy ways to get rid of them fast.
The Chattanooga Nature Center debuted it's two newest residents Wednesday as staff members showcased two female red wolf puppies. They were born on April 30th.
The man accused of beating Arkansas Tech student Nona Dirksmeyer to death in 2005 will not be tried a third time for now.
Monday Sept. 19 was the start of what Arkansas calls its month-long "Great Arkansas Treasure Hunt."
An owl living in Central Arkansas has had multiple run-ins with misfortune. But thanks to a concerned Perryville couple, she's being well taken care of.
A man sentenced to die for killing a De Queen woman by slashing her throat while her young children were home denies committing the crime and asked to be saved from the death penalty.
A Fort Smith man charged in the death of his estranged wife has pleaded guilty to first-degree murder.
Looking to go on a ghost hunt this Halloween? We've found the top five places in Arkansas to get spooked this Halloween!
Dunn and his attorney met for a deposition in Russellville today and in an exclusive story tonight on the "THV 10:00 Difference," our own Lauren Scott will have the details.
THV 11's Ashley Blackstone went to talk with him concerning the 20th anniversary of the West Memphis Murders, but Jessie ran away, not wanting to talk.
Hawaii leads the nation in methamphetamine use among its workforce, according to a new study by a major drug testing company.
The sister of the Zodiac Killer's third victim said she was disappointed to learn the man blamed for the serial killings in a new book had died.
According to KFSM, Fort Smith police released the victim's cause of death in their first homicide investigation of 2012.