18, May 2013 - Miller, AR Randeep Mann resentenced to life
Former Russellville doctor Randeep Mann convicted of plotting a bombing that nearly killed the head of the Arkansas medical board has again been sentenced to life in prison.
18, May 2013 - White, AR After 43 years, Arkansas wants fugitive back - WXVT-TV Delta News - More Local News and Weather WXV
WARREN, Mich. (AP) - Lester Stiggers has been a wanted man for 43 years, but he hasn't been hiding. Since the convicted murderer fled prison in Arkansas in 1970, he has been a quirk of justice, living openly in Michigan while considered a fugitive elsewhere.
18, May 2013 - Lawyer Seeks To Free Brandon Barber From Jail
Attorneys for former Northwest Arkansas businessman Brandon Barber submitted paperwork in federal court Wednesday (May 8) to try to get...
18, May 2013 - Illinois Ancestors: Court cases give glimpse of frontier life
Court cases can provide a glimpse of what life was like on the frontier between western Arkansas and the Indian Territory, which is Oklahoma today. The files containing these cases used to be difficult to search, but the National Archives at Fort Worth, Texas, has a new website designed to guide researchers with a "who, what, when, and where" of the criminal case files. read more
18, May 2013 - Greene, AR Ill. suspect dies in shootout with cops after killing 5
Texas Dad Accused of Starving Son Sentenced to Life in Prison Arkansas Man Pleads Guilty to Intentionally Running Down Joggers Kentucky Teen Charged With Killing Stepfather
18, May 2013 - Miller, AR Mann again sentenced to life in prison
The doctor convicted of orchestrating a 2009 bombing that left the chairman of the Arkansas State Medical Board with serious injuries has again been sentenced to life in prison.
18, May 2013 - Miller, AR Former Dr. Randeep Mann Again Sentenced to Life in Prison
A former Russellville doctor convicted of plotting a bombing that nearly killed the head of the Arkansas medical board has again been sentenced to life in prison.
18, May 2013 - Jefferson, AR Event seeks to raise awareness of mothers, children separated by incarceration
LITTLE ROCK â€” About 26,000 Arkansas children have an incarcerated parent, according to Dee Ann Newell, executive director of Arkansas Voices for the Children Left Behind. The group held its 19th annual Mothers in Prison, Children in Crisis event Friday at the state Capitol to raise awareness about the issue of mothers and children separated by incarceration. Eighty percent of incarcerated men ...
18, May 2013 - Mena, AR Ark lawmaker mocks gun control in Boston bombings tweet
LITTLE ROCK â€” The Arkansas House speaker issued an apology Friday a House colleagueâ€™s â€śinappropriate and insensitiveâ€ť comments made in the midst of a deadly manhunt in Boston for suspects in the marathon bombings. House Speaker Davy Carter, R-Cabot, referred to comments made by conservative Rep. Nate Bell, R-Mena, who tweeted early Friday: â€śI wonder how many Boston liberals spent the night ...
18, May 2013 - After 43 years, Arkansas wants Michigan to return fugitive living freely
Since he fled prison in Arkansas in'70, Lester Stiggers, a convicted murderer, has been a quirk of justice, living openly in one state while wanted in another.
18, May 2013 - Miller, AR Randeep Mann resentenced to life in prison
LITTLE ROCK (AP) â€” A resentencing proceeding Wednesday for a former doctor convicted in the bombing of the leader of the Arkansas Medical Board left him with his original life sentence but afforded his lawyer a chance to again claim his client is innocent.
18, May 2013 - Arkansas Court of Appeals
The Arkansas Court of Appeals released opinions Wednesday. The courtâ€™s ruling and the names of the cases are reprinted here. The full opinions and other court proceedings, including per curiam decisions, orders and submissions, can be found on the Internet at courts.state.ar.us.
17, May 2013 - Abortion Law in Arkansas Is Blocked by U.S. Judge
A ban on abortion at the 12th week of pregnancy is likely to be declared unconstitutional, a federal district judge said.
17, May 2013 - White supremacistâ€™s 1999 murder convictions upheld
LITTLE ROCK â€” A federal appeals panel Monday upheld a white supremacistâ€™s 1999 conviction in the deaths of an Arkansas family. Chevie Oâ€™Brien Kehoe of Colville, Wash., is serving a life sentence for his conviction for racketeering and three counts of murder in aid of racketeering. An accomplice, Danny Lee, a white supremacist from Yukon, Okla., was convicted of the same charges and sentenced to ...
17, May 2013 - Arkansas Supreme Court orders lower court to make adjustment in death penalty case
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) â€” The Arkansas Supreme Court is sending a death row inmate's case back to a circuit court because it says the lower court failed to make specific findings of written fact and conclusions of law.