Crime

1 hurt, 1 arrested after shooting in south central Springfield


Man charged after shooting in downtown Springfield Thursday night


Woman shot during a dispute with a neighbor


El Dorado, Ark. police investigating shooting find woman dead


3 shot after brawl breaks out at St. Louis nightclub


Hickory County deputy injured while executing search warrant


Man sentenced to prison for beating death in Taney County


Prosecutor to seek death penalty against 18-year-old in Texas County murder case


State trooper shot in Arkansas


Laclede County father charged in death of infant


Supporters say passing bill could save children's lives, 'just common sense'


West Plains man arrested for stealing from high school baseball team


Woman accused of hiding marijuana in Bible, trying to give it to jail inmate in Vernon County Jail


Police investigating robbery at Fast 'N Friendly


Gargoyle stolen from north Arkansas front yard


Arkansas homeowner fatally shoots suspected intruder


Investigators say suspect rams Stone County, Mo. deputy's car during chase


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