The hot weather is beginning to take a toll in lives across Arkansas. State health officials have confirmed at least two heat-related deaths so far this year. The latest victim is an elderly woman who lived in the central part of the state. Heat indices were expected to climb to upwards of 106-degrees in the central and southern sections of the state, prompting weather officials to urge that residents take caution to protect themselves and drink plenty of fluids if staying outside for prolonged periods of time.
- Counties, Cities Offer Severe Weather Alerts
Rain Potential Threatens Recent Road Repairs
The Benton County Roads Dept. says because the ground is already saturated, 4 or 5 inches of rain could damage recent flood repairs to roads...
BC Alert System Trouble Shooting AT&T Problems
BENTON COUNTY, AR -- Benton County Emergency Services has reported an issue with AT&T and text messaging.
'Shocked' Gov. Beebe Calls for Shoffner's Immediate Resignation
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- At an afternoon news conference, Governor Mike Beebe has called for the immediate resignation of State Treasurer Martha Shoffner.
Walmart is All About Arkansas with New Program Launch
LITTLE ROCK, AR-- Walmart is all about Arkansas, according to its newest program just launched Monday morning.
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