(Undated) — The official website of entertainer Glen Campbell confirms the death of the popular musician, singer, songwriter, actor, and Arkansas native, “following his long and courageous battle with Alzheimer’s disease.” Campbell was born to a farming family in Pike County, Arkansas, in 1936, one of twelve children. In a 1970s interview, Campbell mentioned that […]
The Conway Police Department is asking the public’s help to identify the man and woman in the photos below. The woman is alleged to have stolen item(s), in May of this year, from Walmart north in Conway (AR), then left in a white GMC Acadia, license number unknown. The Acadia had a sunroof and a […]
The Faulkner County Sheriffs Office Criminal Investigation Division urges anyone who can identify the individuals in the above photo or has any information at all about them to contact (or leave a message) with Investigator Alred at (501) 450-4917. You can also leave a tip on their website… www.fcso.ar.gov
Van Buren (Arkansas) Police Department investigators trying to identify these three in reference to a theft that occurred at their local Walmart. Anyone who can identify them is asked to contact Sgt. Daniel Perry at (479) 474-1234.
The Clarksville, Arkansas Police Department is asking the public’s help in finding a Johnson County man, missing since late Sunday, July 9th, 2017. Michael Bolander is described as 21-years-old, 5’9′, 185 pounds, brown hair, and also described as being “mentally challenged”. When last seen, Michael was wearing A blue shirt and bluejeans, and, possibly, a […]
(Danville, AR) — In an ongoing homicide investigation, Danville, Arkansas Police Chief Rick Padgett has identified two women found at a residence in that city as 55-year-old Phyllis Ann Chambers and 63-year-old Martha Jane Veazey, both of Danville. An earlier report says Danville Police, at approximately 6:41pm on Sunday, July 2nd, were dispatched to 706 […]
Arkansas & Missouri Railroad’s special passenger train services offer you ‘A Window Seat to History’ — an opportunity to travel in the style of a bygone era. You can still enjoy the leisurely elegance of real train travel through the mountains and valleys of Northwest Arkansas. Regular schedules originate from Fort Smith, Van Buren, and […]