An aggravated robbery charge filed earlier this month against a Hot Springs man has been dismissed and his accuser arrested for allegedly lying to city police that he robbed her at gunpoint.
Garland County sheriff's Deputy Richard Huffman and his K-9 partner, Aton, show off Aton's new "cooling vest," donated to the GCSD by the Hot Springs Kennel Club. The vest provides safety and comfort for Aton ...
Three Hot Springs businessmen have applied for an open seat on the Hot Springs Advertising and Promotion Commission.
Unseasonably warm weather has accelerated the scheduling of Garvan Woodland Gardens' annual Tulip Extravaganza by a full month.
HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE -- The Hot Springs Village Breakfast Lions will host the 40th annual Chili Day fundraiser on March 11 in the Coronado Community Center, 150 Ponderosa Way. The lunch service will run from ...
Gun Runner barely worked up a sweat in a breath-taking performance at Oaklawn Park.
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahomans won't vote until next year on whether to legalize medical marijuana, but a state lawmaker has already introduced legislation that would set the framework if sales of the drug are approved.
Kirby & Company, the Spa City's "leading marketing, social strategy and image management firm" has changed its name. The agency has been rebranded as 61 Celsius. The name is derived from the natural temperature of the town's famous thermal springs.
LITTLE ROCK -- Two years ago, a bill blasted by critics as anti-LGBT upended the final days of a legislative session that Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson had hoped to focus on tax cuts and health care reform. A plan by GOP lawmakers to push for a "bathroom bill" targeting transgender people means the Legislature is about to dive into a reprise of that battle.
Immanuel Christian to celebrate 26 years
Lake Hamilton School District counselors, front, from left, Jennifer Lyle, Allison Spraggins and Melissa Allen were recently greeted by state Rep. Bruce Cozart, R-District 24, back, left, and state Rep. Mickey Gates, R-District 22, when they met with the House and Senate Committee on Education in Little Rock as part of the Arkansas School Counselor Association.
DEAR ABBY: Because I had a promiscuous past prior to getting married, it was understandable that my husband and I have gone through some rough patches. It's been three years since our wedding, and he still can't let it go sometimes. A recent argument just escalated into his calling me a whore and stupid. We have a beautiful little girl together, so it's not like I can just up and go whenever I want.