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UPDATE: ASU freshman still in critical but improving after freak accident

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MEMPHIS (KATV) – Doctors have renewed hope for Natalie Jo Eaton, the Arkansas State University freshman impaled by a broken golf club in a freak accident. The 18 year-old Alpha Gamma Delta sorority sister is still in critical condition, but improving.  More>>

Suspect arrested after I-30, Target hit-and-runs

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Police say a man has been arrested after fleeing the scene of an accident on Interstate 30 and then hitting a pedestrian in a store parking lot. More>>

Student injured in freak accident at ASU frat house

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An Arkansas State University freshman was severely injured Tuesday in a freak accident at a fraternity house. More>>

Federal investigators looking into grain marketer's failed crop payments

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Hot checks issued to Arkansas farmers threatens to impact the Delta's economy. More>>

Bee Branch community rallies around family that lost multiple children

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The Bee Branch community is in mourning after the death of 19-year-old Zach Walters. Walters was killed in a car accident early Saturday morning on Highway 65.  More>>

4 arrested, 1 still wanted for Bryant home invasion

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Bryant police have arrested four suspects in a July home invasion case, and they are still looking for one more man. More>>

LR mall shooting suspect found guilty

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A 20-year-old man accused in the death of a Park Plaza Mall employee has been found guilty of murder. More>>

Man pleads guilty in boating deaths of 2 students

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A Tulsa man has pleaded guilty to two counts of first-degree manslaughter in a boating crash that killed two University of Arkansas students in northeast Oklahoma. More>>

Local police acquiring military gear from the government

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(KATV)-The protest events in Ferguson, Missouri have shown local police officers looking like soldiers, carrying M-16 assault rifles, driving in armored cars and wearing camouflage. All of those items came from the federal government and much like Ferguson, local police departments in Arkansas have been acquiring military equipment from the government recently.  More>>