D-Day: headlines from 74 years ago

EDITOR'S NOTE: This article, a version of which was originally published in 2016, recounts local events surrounding the D-Day invasion on June 6, 1944, during World War II.

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Local woman pleads not guilty to 13th DWI; bond revoked

A Hot Springs woman with 12 prior convictions for driving while intoxicated pleaded not guilty to a 13th DWI charge on Monday and was taken into custody in open court on a warrant stemming from the revocation of her suspended sentence from her last conviction.

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Man pleads not guilty to fatal fire

A Hot Springs man pleaded not guilty Monday in Garland County Circuit Court to felony charges stemming from allegations he started a fatal apartment fire earlier this year that claimed the life of another man.

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Hot Springs man killed in two-car collision

A Hot Springs man was killed Tuesday afternoon and four others were injured in a two-vehicle collision on Highway 7 north near Jessieville, according to an Arkansas State Police preliminary fatal crash summary released Wednesday.

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Memorial Day

With several additions and improvements to the Garland County Veterans Memorial and Military Park and a decorated U.S. Air Force chief master sergeant set to speak, organizers of the 2018 Memorial Day ceremony set for Monday are hoping for a big turnout to honor the nation's fallen veterans.

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Bank robber, info sought

Hot Springs police are searching for a suspect who reportedly robbed Bank of the Ozarks, 1410 Albert Pike, shortly before 3 p.m. Friday.

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