KY3 News Ozark Life archives: Garden Party at Crescent Hotel, Eureka Springs
A good number of people in Eureka Springs love to dress up and party. In 2000, Ed Fillmer was at a Victorian Garden Party as the Crescent Hotel celebrated its grand reopening following years of renovations. The theme was to recreate the way such a party might have looked a century ago. ...
Angie's List: Solar tax credit
If you're looking to save money on your home energy expenses, it might be time to go solar.
Brett Johnson loves his home and plans to be in it the rest of his life. He also loves saving money, which is why he decided to invest in a rooftop renewable energy system.
"We decided to put in the solar panels primarily because the price of electricity is ...
Civil War shell destruction upsets historians
The decision by Arkansas authorities to detonate an unearthed Civil War artillery shell has some historians upset about the loss of the artifact. The 14-pound shell was discovered this month by a gas-line crew working along a road in Prairie Grove.
The shell apparently was left by Confederate troops during the Battle of Prairie Grove in 1862.
The shell was turned over to the northwest Arkansas city, ...
Consumer Reports: Better audio for cell phones
“Can you hear me now?” For many people, trying to hear a cell cell-phone conversation can be challenging. In Consumer Reports’ tests voice quality, no cell phone has received an excellent or even a very good rating, for voice quality.
But there’s a promising new development in voice quality already available to some smartphone users: HD Voice. It’s very early in the roll- out stage right ...
Arkansas AG rejects language for campaign finance issue
Arkansas' attorney general has rejected language for a proposed initiated act on campaign financing that would go before voters next year.
. Its proposal also would have included a non-binding resolution calling for a federal constitutional amendment to overturn a 2010 U.S. Supreme Court decision authorizing unlimited political spending by corporations and unions.
Attorney General Leslie Rutledge said Tuesday there were several misleading portions in the ballot ...
Crash on I-44 backs up traffic in Webster County
A crash in Webster County backed up traffic for miles on Interstate 44 Wednesday morning..
The crash just after 8 a.m. forced the Missouri State Highway Patrol to close the left lane of the westbound lane of the Interstate. The crash occurred at Mile Marker 92 just east of Strafford. There is no word on injuries.
MoDOT reports the clean-up and back-up lasted about an hour.