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Latest Rogers Trials News
Robin Allen of Greenhurst Nursing Center recognized by Arkansas Health Care Association as Director
A Greenhurst Nursing Center employee, Robin Allen, was honored recently at the Arkansas Health Care Association’s (AHCA) annual Caregiver Awards held during the Arkansas Health Care Association’s annual Fall Conference and Business Meeting at the Embassy Suites in Rogers, AR. Robin was named AHCA’s Director of Nursing of the Year for 2014.
December 03 2014
Springdale Clinic Integrates With Mercy Bringing Company Into Washington County
WASHINGTON COUNTY (KFSM) – Mercy is making its entrance into Washington County by integrating with a clinic in Springale, according to a news release. Mercy is a health company that includes a 200-bed hospital in Rogers, an outpatient surgery center in Bentonville and 30 clinic locations in other areas including Bella Vista, Centerton, Lowell and […]
November 29 2014
Kidnapping Suspects Plead Guilty in Federal Court
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- A Rogers man pleaded guilty to a federal kidnapping charge Monday. Court documents show Michael Roberts, 24, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit kidnapping. In June, investigators say Roberts and another man, Theron Vance, assaulted a woman in Texas and brought her against her will to Arkansas. A third man, Jason Petit, is accused of using Roberts' cell phone and debit ...
November 03 2014
Guilty: Acuna-Sanchez gets 25-year sentence after plea deal
Rogers, Arkansas
EUREKA SPRINGS -- Victor Acuna-Sanchez admitted in court Monday that he killed Laura Aceves on New Year's Eve 2012 and left her lying in a pool of blood while their infant son cried nearby. "I made a...
October 16 2014
Man In Underwear Hospitalized In Rogers Stabbing
ROGERS (KFSM) – A stabbing at a Rogers gas station sent an underwear-clad man to the hospital Friday night, according to the responding emergency crews. Rogers Police identify the victim as a 22-year-old man. Police say the incident happened in an address in Benton County and thus have transferred the investigation to the sheriff’s office. […]
October 15 2014
Man shot and killed, suspect in custody
Rogers, Arkansas
The Doniphan Police Department released a statement on Saturday about the shooting death of a local man.
September 22 2014
Urgent Care Clinics Offer Cheaper Weekend Alternative to ER
Rogers, arkansas
Northwest Arkansas -- Emergency rooms expect a busy Labor Day weekend, but providers say people with minor injuries or symptoms have a cheaper option. "Summer weekends, you know, especially with the 3 day weekend and the holiday coming up... and people out on the lake, we typically see a lot of minor injuries, falls and possibly broken bones," says Christine Bryant, an Advanced Practice ...
September 14 2014
People In Business: Dr. Darren Pledge, Marian Conrad, Andrew Lachowsky
Rogers, arkansas
Dr. Darren Pledger recently joined the physical therapists at Renaissance Health & Wellness, 3401 Rogers Ave.
September 14 2014
Monday's open line and video roundup; also school transfers in Garland County; vets for Mike Ro
Rogers, arkansas
Here's an open line and today's video news roundup: Jonesboro police chief; West Memphis hospital; Mark Darr; Stacy Hurst's low blow; Frontier leaves Little Rock; Brandon Allen loses a pickup. ALSO: * SCHOOL CHOICE : Six Garland County public school districts have asked in federal court to set aside a 1992 school desegregation settlement that prohibited school transfers in Garland County. Lake ...
September 14 2014
Sheriff: Alexander man shot wife at campground
Rogers, arkansas
YELLVILLE — Arkansas authorities say an Alexander man is facing an attempted murder charge after shooting his wife at a national park.
September 14 2014
Trial Reset For Rogers Rape Suspect
BENTON COUNTY (KFSM) – The trial for a Rogers rape suspect has been reset, authorities say. Bryan M. Evans, 23, was originally scheduled to appear in court today (Aug. 5), but the trial was reset to Dec. 15, according to officials in the Benton County Circuit Clerk’s office. Evans was originally arrested in Jan., 2013. […]
August 23 2014
The faces of health care expansion in Arkansas
The private option has already changed lives. by David Ramsey During a debate last year in the Arkansas General Assembly over the private option, Rep. Sue Scott (R-Rogers), who voted for the policy, explained, "When I look at the numbers, I see faces with those numbers." It was a welcome reminder — the details of health care policy can be confusing (and the heated politics can be exhausting ...
May 07 2014
Arkansas senator recovering well after heart surgery
U.S. Senator John Boozman, R-AR, is recovering after what his office is calling successful heart surgery Tuesday at a hospital in Rogers, AR.
May 01 2014
Arkansas US Sen. John Boozman out of heart surgery - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - U.S. Sen. John Boozman of Arkansas is in recovery after undergoing heart surgery at a hospital in his home state. Boozman's office says in a statement Tuesday afternoon that doctors at the Rogers hospital said the 63-year-old responded well to surgery.
April 29 2014
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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)
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
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