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Q: richard eli hart sentenced (Union AR)
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Q: What murder trials have been in Malvern?
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Q: Was Arthur Cain Jr charged for Matlock murders? (Hot Spring AR)
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Q: Is there an update on the Michael Carter case, shot his 3 year old son. (Greene AR)
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Q: WHAT IS THE STATUS OF LAURA EUBANKS, ACCUSED OF MURDERING HER HUSBAND IN MAY 2013? (Saline AR)
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Q: sam carlton murder trial
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Q: What sentence did Steven Stevens get for killing Cindy Walker and her unborn child back in the 1970s
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Q: Looking for Bradley County circuit court records for the murder of Francis Marion Whitsides 1856 by Elihu D. Green. Where can I find a record of the proceedings? (Bradley AR)
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Q: Jose Rooks (Saint Francis AR)
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Q: Has Bob Eubanks been convicted of killing his son , John Eubanks, in Harrison, Arkansas in 2011? (Boone AR)
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Q: who killed johnny Sturgis in the 80s (Union AR)
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Q: info or transcript of 1981 victor shesunoff murder
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Q: who was 16 yr old boy killed grandmother in norman ar 1938 (Montgomery AR)
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Q: man beats pregnant woman to death leaves her in cemetery between 1983 and 1992 (Saline AR)
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Q: What was the name of the Powell man killed in the 1980's by his son, Bart? Last name was Powell (Hot Spring AR)
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Q: ARE THE PROSECUTORS AND JUDGES IN LONOKE COUNTY STILL SENDING ALL THE BLACK PEOPLE TO PRISON FOR CATCHING FELONIES AND OFFICER RANDY MAUK CAUGHT A FELONY AND HE STILL RIDEING AROUND. (Lonoke AR)
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Q: how can I find the murder records for 1998-2005 (Carroll AR)
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Q: Do you have murder records from 1900-1959? (Pope AR)
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Q: When is michelle depain trial and what is she facing
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Q: when is michelle despains trial and what is she looking to face
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Q: Do you have a record of the Lee Dunlap trial back from 1925 - 1940 (Greene AR)
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Q: Brown murder trial (Independence AR)
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Q: year trail happened for Wm Berry? (Sebastian AR)
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Q: when is the murder trial of george cage (Jefferson AR)
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Q: what happened in HARGROVE shooting
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Q: what about the murder at Prissy Missy ranch (Miller AR)
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Q: what about cody bradley trial against jamie lead? (Faulkner AR)
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Q: when is michele despain's trial in craighead county, ar
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Q: What is the update on brothers charged with murder in garland city Arkansas
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Q: On sowed murder case (Bradley AR)
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Latest Grant County Trials News
Human Services division gets $1 million grant
North Little Rock, arkansas
The Arkansas Department of Human Services Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education was notified today that it will receive a $1 million grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
July 21 2014
Miller County courthouse gets new windows with grant
Arkansas
TEXARKANA — A southwest Arkansas courthouse is getting more new windows thanks to a state restoration grant.
July 20 2014
Appeals court allows EWTN to avoid fine over Affordable Care Act
Arkansas
The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals has granted EWTN an injunction that bars the federal government from imposing a $35,000 a day fine on the network, because EWTN refuses to comply with the Affordable Care Act that mandates employers cover contraceptives for employees.
July 01 2014
Photo Release -- Small Business Grant Assists Arkadelphia Couple With Health Club Purchase
Arkansas
ARKADELPHIA, Ark. -- Julie Kelly has been in the fitness industry for more than 30 years. But never once did she aspire to own her own fitness center.
June 27 2014
NIH receives award to design biomaterial that can regenerate damaged skeletal muscle
Arkansas
The National Institutes of Health has awarded a three-year, $437,248 grant to a University of Arkansas biomedical engineering researcher to design and test a biomaterial that can regenerate damaged skeletal muscle.
June 26 2014
Engineered Muscle-Mimic Research Funded by NIH
Arkansas
The National Institutes of Health grant will allow a University of Arkansas biomedical engineering researcher to design and test a biomaterial that regenerates damaged skeletal muscle.
June 26 2014
State erred in murder appeal, federal filing says
Arkansas
The Arkansas Supreme Court violated a Little Rock man's due process rights by not granting him a new trial, while later requiring one for his co-defendant under the same circumstances, according to a petition filed in federal court Tuesday.
June 05 2014
Poinsett County Library receives grant
Arkansas
To start the summer off right, the Poinsett County library was recently awarded a $1,000 Blue & You Foundation grant to promote health and fitness in young adults. "We are going to focus on teen...
May 27 2014
Arkansas high court suspends gay marriage ruling
Story, Arkansas
Arkansas' whirlwind week of granting of marriage licenses to same-sex couples ended Friday when the state Supreme Court ordered a temporary stop just as a final pair completed their paperwork at a Little Rock courthouse.
May 24 2014
UTHSC Professor Receives NIH Grant
Arkansas
Bernd Meibohm, associate dean for research and graduate programs at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and a professor in the departmen...
May 24 2014
High court keeps life sentence for teen killer
Arkansas
The Arkansas Supreme Court has granted a request by the state to reverse a lower court's ruling that a juvenile sentenced to life in prison without parole for a West Memphis capital murder get a new sentencing hearing.
May 15 2014
Term in '95 W. Memphis slaying before high court
Arkansas
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Supreme Court is considering whether to grant a new sentencing hearing to a man convicted of capital murder as a teenager for a 1995 West Memphis slaying.
May 08 2014
Arkansas seeks to uphold sentence in '95 slaying
Arkansas
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - The Arkansas Supreme Court is considering whether to grant a new sentencing hearing to a man convicted of capital murder as a teenager for a 1995 West Memphis slaying.
May 08 2014
Discovery Helps UAMS Researcher Land $1.8 Million NIH Grant for Herpes Virus and Cancer Research
Arkansas
A surprise discovery that could lead to new treatments for herpes viruses that infect more than 90 percent of the world's adult population has led to a $1.8 million grant to the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
May 06 2014
UAMS Telehealth Center Establishes Multi-State Advisory Council
Arkansas
Grant of $975,000 funds the center for three years.
April 25 2014
Is Arkansas' "Private Option" A Block Grant? Insurance Expert Bob Laszewski Thinks So
Arkansas
During the past few months, insurance industry insider Bob Laszewski has chronicled many of the failures of ObamaCare?s launch. He has raised some very important questions and concerns from the insurance industry about future policy and premium bumps that lay ahead under the ACA. Unfortunately, his recent attack on Republican governors and state lawmakers who have rejected ObamaCare?s misguided ...
April 18 2014
Herbert: Feds say ‘no deal breaker’ in Utah health-care expansion plan
Arkansas
Washington • Gov. Gary Herbert said the White House and outgoing Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius are inching closer to approving his alternative plan for expanding health-care for low-income Utahns through a block grant to the state, and the governor added that he’s hopeful for a resolution this summer. “The encouraging comment [Sebelius] made to me was, ‘I see nothing here ...
April 16 2014
Non-profit groups meet to discuss Obamacare outreach
Arkansas
Local non-profits are concerned about ensuring that Arkansans have access to good information about new health care options under the Affordable Care Ac t. They have reason to worry, after the Arkansas legislature blocked federal grants for outreach and the amendment to the private option from Rep. Nate Bell banned any state appropriations for outreach on the private option or the rest of the ...
April 08 2014
Arkansas judge grants inmates' request to block executions until state's law is reworked
Arkansas
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — A group of death row inmates won a court judgment Friday that temporarily blocks executions in Arkansas and says the state Legislature gave too much authority to the Correction Department when it designated the agency director as the person who picks the drug for lethal injections.
February 24 2014
Arkansas judge grants request to block executions - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
Missouri
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - A group of death row inmates won a court judgment Friday that temporarily blocks executions in Arkansas and says the state Legislature gave too much authority to the Correction Department when it designated the agency director as the person who picks the drug for lethal injections.
February 22 2014
Arkansas judge grants request to block executions
Arkansas
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — A group of death row inmates won a court judgment Friday that temporarily blocks executions in Arkansas and says the state Legislature gave too much authority to the Correction Department when it designated the agency director as the person who picks the drug for lethal injections.
February 17 2014
State Police: 3 weather-related traffic deaths Wednesday
Arkansas
LITTLE ROCK (KATV) - Three people were killed in weather-related traffic accidents Wednesday, according to Arkansas State Police. First, the car 58-year-old James A. Nichols of Flippin was a passenger in hit an icy bridge southbound on Highway 46 in Grant County just after noon.
January 10 2014
Arkansas lawmakers approve insurance exchange funds
Arkansas
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas lawmakers Friday narrowly approved a $10.6 million grant to continue operating the insurance marketplace under the federal health overhaul, despite objections from some legislators over the law's rocky start.
December 23 2013
Panel endorses $10.6 million grant for insurance exchange
Arkansas
LITTLE ROCK — A legislative committee approved a $10.6 million federal grant for continued operation, advertising and education programs for the insurance exchange created under the federal health care law Friday, despite objections from some Republicans on the panel.
December 23 2013
Grants help states combat high-cost, low-quality health care
Arkansas
WASHINGTON - The primary aim of the Affordable Care Act is to reduce the number of uninsured Americans. Even if the new federal health law accomplishes that goal, states still must grapple with the relatively high cost and low quality of U.S. health care.
November 26 2013
Lawyer for Ark. death row inmate seeks new trial - WXVT-TV Delta News - More Local News and Weather
Trumann, Arkansas
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - A lawyer for an Arkansas man sentenced to death for the killing of a police officer wants the state Supreme Court to grant a new trial for her client.
November 21 2013
Death Row Inmate Granted New Hearing
Arkansas
The Arkansas Supreme Court reversed a lower court ruling Thursday and granted a hearing for an inmate on death row since a 1999 conviction.
November 21 2013
Lawyer for Ark. death row inmate seeks new trial
Arkansas
A lawyer for an Arkansas man sentenced to death for the killing of a police officer wants the state Supreme Court to grant a new trial for her client.
November 14 2013
Lawyer for death-row inmate seeks new trial
Arkansas
LITTLE ROCK — A lawyer for an Arkansas man sentenced to death for the killing of a police officer wants the state Supreme Court to grant a new trial for her client.
November 14 2013
Arkansas Supreme Court to hear arguments in death row case
Arkansas
A lawyer for an Arkansas man sentenced to death for the killing of a police officer wants the state Supreme Court to grant a new trial for her client.
November 14 2013
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