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Wichita Plane Crash Kills 2, May Have Been Bound for Mena Airport

Two are dead and 4 have been injured after a small airplane crashed into a 2-story flight safety building just before 10 a.m. at an airport in Wichita, Kansas.  The plane, a twin engine Beechcraft King Air, may have been bound for the airport in Mena, AR, according to flight plan records. The same model aircraft was... Read More


 

Investigation into Fort Smith Nursing Home Tycoon Reveals Disturbing Political Influence

A recent investigation by the Arkansas Times has revealed a disturbing trend of political contributions by Michael Morton, a Fort Smith nursing home tycoon with his own interests in mind. Morton has contributed approximately $27,000 to the offices of several state representatives and state senators. The amount only reflects... Read More


 

Spike Expected in GM Fatality Claims as December Deadline Approaches

General Motors Co. (GM) has now recognized 29 fatalities linked to its defective ignition switches, a number that has more than doubled since the earliest claims were filed. Attorney Kenneth Feinberg, who oversees the victims’ compensation fund, estimates there will be a spike in claims as the December filing deadline... Read More


 

NW Arkansas Train Accident Injures 44, 5 in Critical Condition

A passenger train on a sightseeing trip crashed in Northwest Arkansas on Thursday, leaving 44 people injured, five of whom were listed in critical condition. The accident took place at approximately 10:30 a.m. in Washington County on October 16, and involved four train cars transporting 44 passengers and six crew members.... Read More


 

Passenger & Freight Train Wreck in Washington County

A freight train and passenger train were involved in an accident near the town of Brentwood in Washington County this morning. The railroad website says that a passenger excursion was planned this morning, traveling from Springdale to Van Buren. According to passenger train operations manager for the Arkansas Missouri Railroad,... Read More


 

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