It’s a lot harder to “take the money and run” when the cash you want is trapped inside an ATM. But some daring thieves in Arkansas recently used a forklift in their effort to do just that.
I had a conversation with a buddy of mine in the midst of a long road trip, wherein he posited that nobody ends up in Arkansas accidentally. You never find yourself just happening to pass through Arkansas in the way that you sometimes look up and realize ‘oh, this is what Delaware looks like.’
An 18-wheeler clipped a car while changing lanes in Arkansas on Friday, causing the vehicle to flip over and eject an infant. The infant wound up in a storm drain 25 feet away with only a scratch on her head, reaching up for someone to pull her out of there. What a chill baby.
We know what you're thinking: this had to have happened in Florida. For once, a barefoot drunk woman with no pants on crashing her car into a trailer and trying to ditch the cops in some kid's Powerwheels didn't go down in the Sunshine State. It happened in the Natural State: Arkansas.
If you're on the run from the law, proudly displaying the "Wanted" tattoo on your arm probably isn't the best way to avoid getting caught. Jason Pitts, 26, had just such a tattoo emblazoned on his right forearm, raising suspicion amongst park rangers out on a routine patrol.
Little Rock, Ark., is a friendly kind of place, where if you get your semi truck and trailer hung up on a side street due to snow, someone will always offer to tow you along — even if their four-wheel-drive Dodge Ram isn't exactly sure-footed.
Be forewarned, y'all who're gonna try to sue the insurance company of the guy who blasted through your plaster 'n' drywall like Charles Whitman rockin' it at near-point-blank after you pissed him off in traffic: an Arkansas court has ruled that gunfire can't be considered a car accident, even if it's levied from a…
Due to a rash of deer-automobile collisions in the area, authorities in Southern Arkansas have issued the following advice: they recommend keeping one's head down and hitting the deer rather than swerving, as drivers have a tendency to lose control during such a maneuver and slam into an immovable object. However, if…