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Chiefs sign LB Mauga

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – The Kansas City Chiefs signed veteran linebacker Josh Mauga, who missed all of last season with a hip injury, and former Seattle safety Steven Terrell on Thursday. The Chiefs created roster space

West Plains Police look for missing teen

The West Plains Police Department is investigating a teenager’s disappearance. According to Springfield television station KYTV, 16-year-old Kaitlin Boutwell has been missing since Thursday. Boutwell is described as a five-foot-seven female weighing 135 pounds with reddish-brown hair

Chute gets prison time

Kevin Chute of Calico Rock was given eight years in prison after pleading guilty to drug-related charges during a session of Baxter County Circuit Court Thursday. The 46-year-old Chute was arrested in early November last year. A

Prison time for Short

Mikel Short of Midway was given six years in prison during a session of Baxter County Circuit Court Thursday after pleading guilty to drug-related charges filed against him. Most of the charges the 45-year-old Short faced stemmed

Week in Review 6-25 to 7-1

Identities of crash victims released Arkansas State Police say the two-vehicle crash Wednesday east of the Henderson Fire Station on U.S. Hwy. 62/412 claimed the lives of 64-year-old Philip Woods of Jonesboro and 65-year-old Jimmy Lowe of

Brown enters plea

Jerry Brown of Mountain Home — who was arrested this month after being reported slumped over the steering wheel of his vehicle which was rolling backward on 8th Street with the engine running — made a first

Columbia woman sentenced

(AP) _ A 33-year-old Columbia woman was sentenced to 20 years in prison for the shooting death of a man who allegedly was selling her methamphetamine.Jaclyn Amber Rose was sentenced Monday for second-degree murder and armed criminal

Biggers gets probation

Chantel Biggers who has given addresses in Ash Flat and Mountain Home during various contacts with law enforcement officers, entered a no contest plea to drug charges and was given seven years probation during a session of