Andre Jackson AR Man Convicted Of 2017 Murder Of Italian Tourist Carlo Marigliano Accidentally Released From Jail

Andre Jackson, the Arkansas man charged in the 2017 Little Rock murder of Italian tourist, Carlo Marigliano, was accidentally released from state prison.

Authorities say they are actively searching for Jackson, 36, to get him back in custody after he was mistakenly released on an unrelated drug charge.

Jackson was released March 16 after completing his sentence on an unrelated charge (Possession of a Controlled Substance) with the Arkansas Department of Correction (ADC). Continue reading

M 5.3 Earthquake STRIKES Oklahoma! Shaking Felt As Far Away As Kansas Arkansas

A magnitude 5.3 earthquake has struck near Cushing, Oklahoma.

The shaking could be felt as far away as Kansas and Arkansas.


Nearby Places
Direction data (below) indicate the position of the event relative to the place.
Cushing, Oklahoma
3.3 km (2.0 mi) Population: 7,826
Stillwater, Oklahoma
27.1 km (16.9 mi) ESE Population: 45,688
Guthrie, Oklahoma
57.4 km (35.7 mi) ENE Population: 10,191
Sapulpa, Oklahoma
62.1 km (38.6 mi) W Population: 20,544
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Continue reading

VIDEO: TRUMP APOLOGISES “I Never Said I Was Perfect”

Donald Trump apologized in a video late Friday over derogatory comments he made about women while working alongside Billy Bush in 2005. In the apology video Trump lamented in part, “I said it, I was wrong and I apologize.”

Recorded on a “hot mic,” the comments have sparked a firestorm of activity on the internet. “I’ve never said I’m a perfect person, nor pretended to be someone that I’m not,” Trump reminded.


“I’ve said and done things I regret, and the words released today on this more than a decade old video are one of them,” Trump said in the video statement. “Anyone who knows me knows these words don’t reflect who I am. I said it, I was wrong and I apologize,” he said. Continue reading

Piranha Caught In Arkansas Lake

Arkansas Game and Fish Commission confirmed that a man eating piranha was caught in Arkansas’ Lake Bentonville last week.

Piranha are a scary fish with sharp fang-like teeth and rank among several species of exotic animals that are unlawful to import or transport.

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According to AGFC Assistant Chief of Communications,  Keith Stephens, the fish was caught on Friday. Stephens said people have caught piranhas in Arkansas before, but they don’t last long.  “We get a few pacus and piranhas caught from time to time. They get to big from someone’s aquarium and they release them. They cannot survive our low winter water temperatures so no populations have ever been established,” Stephens said. h/t katv

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Second Little Rock Woman Goes Missing

On the heels of the Beverly Carter disappearance, a second Little Rock woman has now been reported missing.

Kelly Honeycutt, 43, was reported missing after departing her Little Rock home on Tuesday.

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Honeycutt’s boyfriend said she left her home on Tuesday and did not return and has not been heard from since. Continue reading

Little Rock Realtor Fails To Return From Showing #FindBeverly

Beverly Carter, a Little Rock, Arkansas, real estate agent, failed to return home after showing a vacant, bank-owned home to an unknown person.

Carter, 49, was set to show the home in a small town on the eastern outskirts of Little Rock and three days later, she is still missing.

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After not hearing from her for three hours, her husband of 35 years rushed over to the house later that evening and found the door to the house open, his wife’s locked car in the driveway and no sign of Carter.

On Saturday morning, a group of approximately 250 volunteers and authorities gathered to scour the area around the home by foot and ATV for clues that could help find the missing agent. source

Adding to the ominous feeling surrounding the disappearance, Carter’s husband said he received three suspicious text messages from his wife’s phone early Friday morning around 1 a.m.

One read, “Oh, I’m out drinking with some friends,” he told This made him even more worried, because his wife is not a drinker, he said.

Anyone with information regarding Carter’s whereabouts are being asked to contact the sheriff’s office at (501) 340-6600.