Typical weather incidents expected

Hot Springs' emergency personnel said Tuesday they expect this summer to be typical as far as weather-related incidents, since the weather seems to be following the same pattern as the last few years.

Catching them all

People of all ages converged in Hill Wheatley Plaza Wednesday night for the Pokemon Go meet up event sponsored by Hot Springs National Park, the Garland County Library, Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences and the ...

HELIX wraps up at ASMSA

The Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences and the Arts will conclude its two-week residential camp today for rising sophomores from across the state.

Processing the scene

Teen Police Academy students Corbin Weatherford, left, and Alitza Cabibi-Wilken process a mock crime scene at National Park College. The Hot Springs Police and Garland County Sheriff's departments provided instructors for the five-day academy which ...

Obama honors Royals at White House

WASHINGTON -- The Kansas City Royals are going to have to work on their nicknames as far as President Barack Obama is concerned. Everything else was looking pretty good though as he honored the 2015 ...

Sheriff's log

July 21 Jeremy Wells reported a burglary at 314 Beach Heaven Road. Missing were a water heater, furnace, air conditioner, copper wire and a cook stove.

Trump says America in crisis; he'll fix it

CLEVELAND -- Declaring America in crisis, Donald Trump pledged to cheering Republicans and still-skeptical voters Thursday night that as president he will restore the safety they fear they're losing, strictly curb immigration and save the nation from Hillary Clinton's record of "death, destruction, terrorism and weakness."

Democrats mirror Communist Party

Dear editor: One of the speakers at the Republican Convention Monday evening was a popular young Hollywood actor named Antonio Sabato Jr., a very strong supporter of Donald Trump as well as the Republican Party. He moved here in 1985 from Rome, Italy, as a legal immigrant.

National showcase

The marching Fountain Lake Cobra Band performed along Constitution Avenue in the National Independence Day Parade in Washington, D.C. U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., recognized Patrick Combs, Cobra Band director, as the "Arkansan for the Week" during a speech on the Senate floor.

Saturday Item of interest

Elks host 20/20 dinner tonight Elks Lodge 380, 132 Abbott Place, will provide a free steak dinner from 5:30-7 p.m. today for those who have donated at least $20 to its Veterans Fund between Feb. 28 and July 16, 2016.