Bond Hearings Disclaimer:  The following individual(s) appeared in felony bond hearings that were held at the Pope County Detention Center and have been accused of a felony crime. All information included in this story was obtained through testimony and/or police reports provided in the hear…

On Thursday, August 1, 2019, two suspects were apprehended in connection with a shooting, which occurred in the Atkins area on July 31st.Although two have been arrested, there were multiple subjects involved in the shooting. At this time, warrants for three of the individuals involved have b…

Thirty-six Arkansas State Police Trooper Recruits have graduated tonight and will arrive in the coming days at their new assignments within the department’s Highway Patrol Division.  The graduates are filling highway patrol vacancies in 21 different Arkansas counties.

Disclaimer: Information obtained from an Arkansas State Police fatal crash summary represents only the initial findings by an investigating law enforcement officer. The summaries are not considered official reports of a highway crash investigation, but merely a summary of preliminary informa…

(LITTLE ROCK) –Celebrating the Fourth of July typically means travel plans for Arkansans and others who will be crisscrossing the state on every highway and many local streets. The holiday is also one of the deadliest because of drunk drivers who make the choice to get behind the wheel and drive.

Lieutenant Kyle Drown, 45 of Pope County was promoted to the rank of Captain today, Thursday, June 27, during a regular monthly meeting of the Arkansas State Police Commission. He will assume new duties as commander of Arkansas State Police, Highway Patrol Division, Troop J, headquartered at…

The National Weather Service in Little Rock has issued a Flash Flood Warning for Logan County in western Arkansas Southwestern Johnson County in western Arkansas Northeastern Scott County in western Arkansas Northern Yell County in central Arkansas Southern Pope County in central Arkansas un…

As emergency management agencies, businesses and River Valley residents continue their efforts to prepare for the anticipated flood, the Arkansas River continues to rise. Since 10 a.m. Monday morning, May 27th, the river has risen from 41.4 feet to over 43.4 feet and the rising water is not …

The National Weather Service in Little Rock has issued a Flash Flood Watch for portions of CENTRAL ARKANSAS, NORTH CENTRAL ARKANSAS, and WESTERN ARKANSAS, including the following areas, in CENTRAL ARKANSAS, Pope and Yell.