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  • Freddie Gray's Family Calls for Peace
    The family of Freddie Gray asked people in Baltimore, Maryland to stop rioting and looting. Riots shook the city after Gray's funeral on Monday. (April 28)
  • Raw: Rioters Burn Cars in Baltimore
    Cars were seen burning in parts of Baltimore after the day of riots that followed Freddie Gray's funeral. At least two dozen people were arrested. At least 15 police officers were hurt. (April 28
  • Tsarnaev Defense Makes Case Against Death
    Defense attorneys for Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev made opening statements in the penalty phase of the trial Monday, arguing that jurors should spare the 21-year-old from the death penalty. (April 27)
  • Raw: Looters Target Stores in Baltimore
    Rioters in the streets of Baltimore, Maryland are looting local stores. (April 27)
  • Raw: Severe Texas Storms Create Flood Conditions
    A storm system that hit parts of North Texas dumped several inches of rain and damaged some buildings but nobody was hurt. (April 27)
  • A quacking result: Duck ringtone saves ducklings from storm drain
    A duck call ringtone has helped a Louisiana firefighter rescue six ducklings from a storm drain. Even with the realistic, reassuring quacking sounds coming from his mobile phone, it took Cody Knecht about 90 minutes to catch the first four baby mallards in the south-east Louisiana community of Slidell. Chad Duffaut of St Tammany Fire District said Mr Knecht rescued the others after giving them about an hour to calm down, then all six ducklings were reunited with their mother in the canal behind a home, where people reported seeing the babies go into the drain. The firefighters are clearly becoming a quack team. This is their second duck rescue in a week - they extracted one from a chimney on April 19.
  • Miss America 'Puts a Nail In' Domestic Violence
    Miss America 2015 Kira Kazantsev recently hit the streets of New York to paint fingernails purple as part of a public campaign to end domestic violence. She talks about that, and her life in the spotlight since being crowned last September. (April 27)
  • Protesters clash with Baltimore police
    ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Protesters clashed with police in riot gear Monday (April 27) after the funeral for 25-year-old Freddie Gray, who died after being taken into police custody in
  • WATCH: Train falls off elevated tracks
    At least one train car was blown off the Huey P. Long Bridge as a line of severe thunderstorms moved across the New Orleans area Monday.
  • VIDEO: Hero teacher takes down gunman at Lacey high school
    Shots rang out just before classes were set to begin at North Thurston High School in Lacey at about 7:45 a.m. Monday.
  • Hospital holds prom for sick teen
    When a Nebraska teenager became seriously ill right before her prom, the big dance came to her hospital room with a little help from friends and nurses. Sean Dowling (@SeanDowlingTV) has more on this touching story.
  • Floods, property damage after Texas storms
    Residents woke up to a trail of destruction this morning, after severe storms tore through north Texas late Sunday. Tornadoes were sighted in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and other severe
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Relates to recent rulings on juveniles
Hodge Sentence Reviewed (04/23/15)
Relates to recent rulings on juveniles
Civil War Observance is Scheduled (04/23/15)
Chalk Bluff reenactment scheduled for May 2 and 3
Puppet Theatre Draws Big Crowds, Rave Reviews (04/23/15)
Third visit by Bits N' Pieces to RCC a special one
Piggott Heritage Car Show and Swap Meet Set (04/23/15)
New events, classes set for annual car show in May
Quorum Court Handles Light Agenda (04/23/15)
Flooding issues at Datto again discussed
Piggott Man Injured in Truck Crash (04/16/15)
Local man remains hospitalized following one vehicle crash
Giant Puppets Return to Rector (04/16/15)
CCAC sponsoring Bits N' Pieces Theatre
FNB Pavilion Project Underway (04/16/15)
New facility to benefit entire community
Plans Complete for Local Car Show (04/16/15)
John T. Wayne set to appear
Firefighters Battle Nimmons Blaze (04/16/15)
Effort hampered by high winds, home a complete loss
Boyd Assumes New Role (04/16/15)
New grant writer, community facilitator for city of Rector
Local Damage Minimal From Storm Front (04/10/15)
Clay County spared brunt of dangerous storm system
FEMA Warns of Increased Chance of "Big One" (04/09/15)
Recent 3.6 magnitude quake brings attention to New Madrid Fault Zone
Rector Council Approves Bids (04/09/15)
Airport, downtown park to receive needed repairs
Custom Pedal Car Raffle Underway (04/09/15)
Unique fundraiser by Piggott Heritage Car Show group
Busy Week for Area Law Enforcement (04/09/15)
Variety of incidents and accidents investigated
CCAC Hosting Puppet Theatre (04/09/15)
Popular puppets making return engagement to RCC
Easter Weekend Filled with Activities (04/02/15)
Busy Easter weekend at hand for residents of region
Tractor Crash Claims Life of Piggott Man (04/02/15)
Local man dies from injuries sustained in mid-March accident near Hardy
Car Show Organizers to Screen A Face in the Crowd (04/02/15)
Free "open air" viewing being held Saturday evening in downtown Piggott.
Bits N' Pieces Puppet Theatre Returns to Rector (04/02/15)
CCAC hosting return visit April 20 to RCC
Civil War Sesquicentennial Observance Planned (04/02/15)
Passage of 13th Amendment to be marked, plans continue for Chalk Bluff re-enactment.
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