Among a rapidly increasing number of COVID-19 cases in Northeast Arkansas, 11 medical institutions issued a joint statement Monday urging residents of the region to remain diligent in their efforts to slow the spread of the virus.
A Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in Craighead County has been named a Special Assistant United States Attorney, enabling her to assist in federal prosecutions.
New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine has reached an agreement with the Arkansas State University System to conduct COVID-19 contact tracing for each of the system’s campus locations across the state.
Reports released Tuesday and Wednesday, July 7/8, by the Jonesboro Police Department
During this temporary closure, any player who wins more than $500 must mail in his winning ticket.
A restaurant in NEA shut down its dining room this week because customers refused to wear masks.
Monday, an announcement regarding the executions of four federal death-row inmates who were convicted of murdering children in violation of federal law and who, in two cases, raped the children they murdered.
Over 2,100 active Covid cases were active in Arkansas as Wednesday began.
Jonesboro Mayor Harold Perrin announced Tuesday that he will be seeking another four-year term as the city’s chief executive.
The latest numbers from the Arkansas Department of Health plus news headlines for Tuesday, May 19.