August 24, 2016

Local News

'Car full of poison'

A car that crashed in a Hot Springs Advertising and Promotion Commission parking lot three months ago continues to cause problems for the city and a local wrecker service.

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No Kid Hungry

Cutter Morning Star faculty held their weekly meeting at IHOP Tuesday in support of the national No Kid Hungry campaign. Customers could order a short stack of pancakes for $1.

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Sheriff's log

Aug. 21 Christine Faille, of Davenport, Fla., reported a theft at Wharf Resort, 408 Long Island Drive. Missing were a tent, lawn chair, four car chargers and a 2011 Chevrolet Malibu.

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Police log

Aug. 22 Arionna Crawford, 219 Bower St., reported a burglary. Missing was a television. Leonard Street Baptist Church, 625 Leonard St., reported a theft. Missing was money.

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HS man sentenced for fatal shooting

A local man who fatally shot a female companion last year while firing at another man's residence during a dispute was sentenced to 25 years in prison Monday after pleading guilty to a reduced charge of manslaughter.

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Discipline panel: Naramore's suspension stands

The not guilty verdict a jury returned Friday in Division 2 Circuit Judge Wade Naramore's negligent homicide trial doesn't lift the paid suspension the Arkansas Supreme Court imposed in February, the state's Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission said Tuesday.

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Reddies return

Henderson State University students and staff returned to the HSU-Hot Springs campus in the Landmark Building Monday for the first day of the fall semester.

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Motorcycle collision

Emergency personnel prepare to transport Bryan Stump, 44, of Hot Springs, after a two-vehicle wreck at the intersection of Albert Pike Road and Cooper Street on Tuesday.

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Couple plead not guilty in abuse case

A Hot Springs woman and her boyfriend who were arrested Aug. 12 for allegedly abusing her 4-year-old daughter, including zip-tying the child to furniture, pleaded not guilty to battery and abuse charges Tuesday morning in Garland County District Court.

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