Archive for November, 2013

  • Arkansas Soccer Heading Into Second Round of NCAA Tournament

    Arkansas Soccer Heading Into Second Round of NCAA Tournament

    The University of Arkansas Soccer team will be taking on Saint John in the second round of the NCAA tournament this Friday, so now’s as good a time as ever to learn a little more about the Red Storm. Saint John’s is coming off a […]

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  • Senator Stabbed, Son Found Dead

    Senator Stabbed, Son Found Dead

    Virginia police are investigating a stabbing attack on a senator as an attempted murder and suicide by his son.  Creigh Deeds (VA-D) was reported to be in fair condition after being hospitalized from stab wounds Tuesday. Authorities said Deeds left the home on foot after […]

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  • Zimmerman Released From Jail

    Zimmerman Released From Jail

    After being arrested yesterday for pointing a gun at his girlfriend, George Zimmerman has been released on a $9,000 bail. Not only did he have to pay bail, but Zimmerman also had to agree not to possess any more weapons. Zimmerman was released this afternoon […]

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  • Drivers Warned to Click-It or Ticket This Holiday Season

    Drivers Warned to Click-It or Ticket This Holiday Season

    With the amount of people traveling during the holidays, Arkansas police say they are teaming up with other states and will be cracking down on seatbelt violators. State troopers plan strict enforcement on Interstate 40, and will be working with other states along the I-40 […]

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  • Zimmerman Back Behind Bars

    Zimmerman Back Behind Bars

    George Zimmerman is back behind bars in Florida today. The Seminole County Sheriff’s Office says he was arrested this afternoon after deputies were called to his home due to a distrubance call. Further details about the arrest have not yet been released. Since being acquitted earlier this […]

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  • Local School Bus Has A Hard Encounter

    Local School Bus Has A Hard Encounter

    According to the Springdale Police Department, an unknown person threw a rock at a Springdale school bus this afternoon. The rock shattered a window while about 15 to 20 students were on board. Police received  the call from a Springdale School District safety official. Officers […]

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  • U of A Professor Receives Emmy

    U of A Professor Receives Emmy

    University of Arkansas music professor James Greeson was honored by the National Academy of Arts and Sciences with an Emmy for his original score in the documentary Up Among the Hills: The story of Fayetteville. Greeson accepted the award at the 37th Annual Mid-America Emmy Gala. […]

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  • Fayetteville Flying Burrito Relocation

    Fayetteville Flying Burrito Relocation

    With thriving business on Dickson street, the Flying Burrito is a local restaurant taking it’s business a few steps in a different direction…closer to Dickson street. It’s only moving “a five iron away” according to the Mike Rohrbach, part owner. The new Flying Burrito location […]

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  • Help Finally Arriving for the Philippines

    Help Finally Arriving for the Philippines

    More than 2,000 people are dead as of this morning with more than 3,500 injured as a result of Super Typhoon Haiyan in the Eastern Philippines six days ago. The typhoon brought winds three and a half times as strong as Hurricane Katrina, pushing in […]

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  • Large Sinkhole Causes Trouble in Florida

    Large Sinkhole Causes Trouble in Florida

    Residents in one Florida town are being evacuated from their homes after a sinkhole opened up early this morning. The neighborhood affected is in Dunedin, which is about 20 miles from St. Petersburg, Florida. Officials say the hole is 70 feet wide and more than […]

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