Coroner releases names of 2 boys who died in house fire
The two children who died in a house fire in western Pulaski County were Isaiah Reid, 9, and Matthew Reid, 10. The fire was late Thursday night at the double-wide trailer home on a rural road near Laquey.
The fire also injured five other members of the Reid family. County Coroner Mikel Hartness didn't have any information on their conditions as he released the names of ...
Contact KY3 Experiment: eBay gift cards, good deal or rip-off?
It's one of the most popular Christmas presents, store gift cards.
You can bid for certificates on eBay. There are deals to be had, cheaper than the valued price and free shipping.
Contact KY3 intern Anna Thomas and Ashley Reynolds bought six store gift cards, with an estimated delivery date November 17.
Four out of the six were mailed on time.
The first stop was Bass Pro. The cashier ...
Girl says family friend sexually abused her in Stone County
A man from Galena is accused of sexually abusing a 10-year-old girl by showing her a pornographic movie and stimulating her with his hands and sexual toys. Norman T. Anderson, 58, is in the Stone County jail in lieu of a $250,000 bond after he was charged with seven counts of first-degree statutory sodomy on Saturday.
The probable cause statement against Anderson says the investigation by ...
Arkansas lawmakers look at prison options, including using ex-schools
Sending some inmates to a private facility, using abandoned school buildings and expanding alternative sentencing programs are among the options detailed in a report to Arkansas lawmakers on prison overcrowding.
The report issued to a legislative committee on Monday detailed several alternatives to the expected proposal to build a 1,000-inmate prison to ease overcrowding of state inmates at county jails. State prison officials likely will ask ...
Firefighter sues Ozark Fire District for same-sex spousal benefits
A firefighter filed a federal lawsuit against the Ozark Fire District on Monday to try to gain benefits for her wife. Capt. Andrea "Andi" Mooneyham married Tara Muck in California in 2013, and contends recent court rulings in Missouri would let the district give Muck the same benefits as spouses of heterosexual employees.
Mooneyham first sought benefits for her wife last summer. The district's board planned ...
Cool and windy today
Warmer for the Thanksgiving holiday ...