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Bobo family 'disappointed' in killed bill that allows victims' photos in court
Rogers, Arkansas
For the first time since investigators named a suspect in the disappearance of Holly Bobo, the family said publicly they are not only fighting for justice themselves but for other murder victims across the state.
April 04 2014
Jonesboro woman killed in house fire
Arkansas
A Jonesboro woman died in a house fire late Tuesday night, according to the Craighead County Sheriff's Office. A police report states the fire at a home on Highway 91 West killed Karen Judy Rogers, 54.
March 13 2014
Motorcyclist killed in Fayetteville collision
Rogers, arkansas
A 23-year-old Fayetteville man died Saturday when his motorcycle rear-ended a car and he was thrown from the vehicle, authorities said.
February 25 2014
Arkansans Like Obamacare, Except When It’s Called 'Obamacare' Says Poll
Rogers, arkansas
Arkansans Like Obamacare, Except When It’s Called 'Obamacare' Says Poll Health Local Politics Obamacare Arkansas People in Arkansas like Obamacare when it's not called Obamacare, says a new poll. According to the poll by Talk Business-Hendrix College , 48 percent of Arkansans support the expansion of Medicaid (called the "private option") in their state for poor people, while 32 percent oppose ...
February 25 2014
Business update: Older Americans are early winners under health law
Rogers, arkansas
For many older Americans who lost jobs during the recession, the quest for health care has been one obstacle after another. They're unwanted by employers, rejected by insurers, struggling to cover rising medical costs and praying to reach Medicare age before a health crisis.
February 25 2014
2 Hospitalized Following High-Speed Chase In Benton County
Rogers, arkansas
A high-speed police chase ended with a two-vehicle wreck off of Interstate 540 in Rogers on Friday afternoon, according to...
February 25 2014
Man Hospitalized In Head-On Collision With Logging Truck In Rogers
Rogers, arkansas
A man was injured Monday afternoon after crashing head-on into a logging truck near Beaver Lake, according to an Arkansas...
February 25 2014
Head Of Rogers Cancer Center Raided By FBI Pleads Guilty
Benton, Arkansas
A Rogers businessman whose cancer clinic was raided by the FBI last year pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court to...
January 18 2014
Update: Jim Bolt Pleads Guilty to Fraud, Money Laundering
Washington, Arkansas
Rogers businessman Jim Bolt, having failed to win pre-trial release from the Washington County jail, appeared before U.S. District Judge Robert Dawson in Fort Smith and pleaded guilty to one count each of wire fraud, mail fraud and money laundering.
January 16 2014
Transformed Gates Enjoys Huge Senior Season
Arkansas
Rogers Heritage football coach Perry Escalante said Brandon Gates didn’t draw the attention he deserved prior to his senior season, but his performance this year sure took care of that.
January 13 2014
Suspect Connected To Murder Case Transfers Jails After Lyme Disease Complaint
Arkansas
A federal fraud suspect being investigated in a Rogers murder case was transferred from the Benton County Jail this week,...
January 09 2014
Jailed Cancer Researcher Refused Lyme Disease Treatment, Told He Doesn’t Have Disease
Arkansas
A federal fraud suspect being investigated in a Rogers murder case was denied treatment for Lyme Disease from a local...
December 17 2013
In Arkansas, crucial Obamacare hub draws little notice
Missouri
By Andy Sullivan ROGERS, Arkansas (Reuters) - In an unmarked building on the outskirts of this old railroad town, hundreds of workers are going about the unglamorous work of expanding the United States' social safety net. From morning until midnight, clerks here type up the names, Social Security numbers and other personal details of those who have filled out paper applications for health ...
December 14 2013
Accused Rogers Child Killer Pleads Guilty, Gets Life In Prison
Arkansas
A Benton County man pleaded guilty Thursday to capital murder in the death of a baby boy from last year....
November 28 2013
Suspect Connected To Murder Case Refused Lyme Disease Treatment
Arkansas
A federal fraud suspect being investigated in a Rogers murder case was denied treatment for Lyme Disease from a local...
November 26 2013
Restaurant Sign Read ‘Obamacare America's Punishment for Slavery Years’ (Video)
Arkansas
Restaurant Sign Read ‘Obamacare America's Punishment for Slavery Years’ (Video) Headlines Nation A restaurant in Arkansas caused a stir with a message that was posted on a sign outside the establishment on Friday night. The sign at Smokin’ Joe’s Ribhouse in Rogers, Ark., read “Obamacare America's Punishment for Slavery Years.” The owner of the restaurant said he took down the message just 45 ...
October 18 2013
Restaurant sign: 'Obamacare' revenge for slavery
Arkansas
An Arkansas restaurant owner has learned the hard way that it's usually better to stick to promoting your menu than your politics, especially when you mix in a dash of racially charged messaging. A sign in front of Smokin' Joe's Ribhouse in Rogers, Ark. read "ObamaCare America's punishment for slavery years." The sign was up for only 45 minutes before owner Johnny Howard pulled it down due to ...
October 18 2013
Open line: Shutdown woes, Mike Huckabee wisdom, candidate cash
Arkansas
The line is open. Otherwise: * ARKANSAS IDIOT : Several on the blog called attention to this earlier, but this sign posted last week at Smokin' Joe's restaurant in Rogers continues to expand its reach on the Internet. So, for the historical record, I memorialize it here. Only In Northwest Arkansas would you hoist a giant sign equating slavery with universal health care financed by a small tax ...
October 18 2013
Arkansas Restaurant Posts Racist Sign Calling Affordable Care Act ‘Punishment for Slavery’
Arkansas
Johnny Howard says health-care reform will force him to close "at least one location." The owner of a barbecue restaurant in Rogers, Arkansas, says he's sorry for posting a large sign reading "Obamacare, America's Punishment for Slavery Years," atop a giant pole outside of Smokin' Joe's Ribhouse. The racist sign was reportedly up for a mere 45 minutes Friday night before numerous complaints ...
October 18 2013
Is Rep. Mike Rogers getting cold feet about GOP brinksmanship?
Arkansas
Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Brighton, joined his eight Republican colleagues in Michigan's congressional delegation earlier this week in refusing to fund the government unless Democrats agree to postpone implementation of the Affordable Care Act. But in an interview on former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee's syndicated radio show Wednesday, Rogers appeared to be having second thoughts about his party's ...
October 15 2013
Benton County Murder Suspect Extradited To Missouri
Arkansas
The Rogers man accused in a 2011 shooting death has been transported to Missouri to face capital murder charges, Benton...
September 06 2013
James Bolt to Remain in Jail As FBI Investigates Murder Connection
Rogers, Arkansas
James W. Bolt will be staying in jail after a federal court hearing in which an FBI agent said the Rogers businessman was suspected of being an accessory to a 2011 murder in southeast Missouri.
September 04 2013
Arkansas man charged with killing man in southwest Missouri
Missouri
The Joplin Globe reports that Fred H. Bremer, of Rogers, Ark., is charged with first-degree murder in connection with the Feb. 20, 2011, death of 68-year-old Jack McCain, also of Rogers. JANE, Mo. (AP) - An 39-year-old Arkansas man has been charged in a 2011 shooting death in southwest Missouri.
August 27 2013
Boozman: Health care law defunding effort not 'winning strategy'
Arkansas
ROGERS — A government shutdown would be more severe and complete in 2013 than it was in 1995, would hit a much more fragile economy and would not stop federal health care reform, U.S. Sen. John Boozman, R-Ark. said Tuesday. Some Republican opponents of the federal health care reform known as Obamacare argue that Congress can and should shut off funding to the plan in the budget debate leading up ...
August 22 2013
Boozman: Health care law defunding effort not 'winnable strategy'
Arkansas
ROGERS — A government shutdown would be more severe and complete in 2013 than it was in 1995, would hit a much more fragile economy and would not stop federal health care reform, U.S. Sen. John Boozman, R-Ark. said Tuesday. Some Republican opponents of the federal health care reform known as Obamacare argue that Congress can and should shut off funding to the plan in the budget debate leading up ...
August 22 2013
Health Marketplace oversight panel set
Warren, arkansas
LITTLE ROCK — The House speaker Monday completed appointments to a legislative committee that will oversee operation of the state’s health insurance exchange. Speaker Davy Carter, R-Cabot, named six House members to the 12-member panel: Reps. Eddie Armstrong, D-North Little Rock, John Burris, R-Harrison, Deborah Ferguson, D-West Memphis, Jeremy Gillam, R-Judsonia, Sue Scott, R-Rogers, and ...
August 14 2013
House speaker names members of health marketplace committee
Warren, arkansas
House Speaker Davy Carter today announced his six appointments to the Arkansas Health Insurance Marketplace Legislative Oversight Committee. They are: Rep. Jeremy Gillam (R) of Judsonia, Co-Chair Rep. John Burris (R) of Harrison Rep. Sue Scott (R) of Rogers Rep. Eddie Armstrong (D) of North Little Rock Rep. Jeffrey Wardlaw (D) of Warren Rep. Deborah Ferguson (D) West Memphis. The Senate ...
August 14 2013
The Big Orange open line
Rogers, arkansas
I won't bore you with where I've been, but I had to stay away from the keyboard most of the afternoon. Sorry. Here's an early open line. I can report: * WEDDING BELL BLUES : Two long-term domestic partner couples tried to get marriage licenses at the Pulaski County Courthouse today. They got a form letter from the clerk that said the Constitution and statute prevented him from issuing a license ...
July 29 2013
Murder Trial Set to Begin for Rogers Man
Elkins, Arkansas
The trial of Jacob Holly, accused of killing a father and stabbing the man’s son near Elkins last summer, is...
July 24 2013
Rogers Man Accused of Murder Found Not Guilty
Washington, Arkansas
WASHINGTON COUNTY, AR-- The man accused of killing one man and stabbing another during a fight on a a bridge last summer has been found not guilty on all charges.
July 21 2013
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