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De Queen man dies in vehicle crash near Hot Springs

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas State Police say a De Queen man was killed and several people were injured when the sport utility vehicle they were riding in crashed on Highway 70 near Hot Springs.

A report on the crash says Bernebe Figueroa died in the crash Saturday just east of Hot Springs.

The report says Figueroa was a passenger in a westbound SUV that went off the highway and struck a tree, then overturned several times. The report says the weather was clear and the road was dry at the time.

The report says four adults and three children who were also in the vehicle were injured. Their conditions were not released.

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Sources identify Ark. child who died in hot car

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (KTHV) - Hot Springs ambulances responded to a scene Friday afternoon regarding a toddler who was left in a hot car.

The 2-year-old died Friday, July 24, and sources tell THV11 it may have happened to the son of a Garland County judge.

Multiple sources have reported that the child is Thomas Naramore, the son of Garland County circuit judge Wade Naramore.

Ambulances were called to Fair Oaks Place, which was blocks away from the Naramore's home. Medical personnel tried to resuscitate the toddler when they found him in the car, but the child did not make it.

Jeff Saunders is the fire department's shift commander and he stated that when crews arrived, it was already too late. "This is very tragic," said Saunders. "You always seem to put yourself in that same spot if that were to happen to you, and that's just something that you can't imagine," said Saunders.

Chef Shuttle to officially launch Hot Springs delivery service

Chef Shuttle to officially launch Hot Springs delivery service

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (July 22, 2015) – Hot Springs customers now have a new option when looking for quick and convenient food delivery.

During a ribbon cutting with the Greater Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce, Chef Shuttle announced Wednesday that it has officially begun delivery service to zip codes 71901, 71913 and 71964 in Hot Springs.

“For those customers who are tired of the same restaurant takeout options, look no further than Chef Shuttle,” said Ryan Herget, president and CEO of Chef Shuttle. “All customers have to do is place their orders for their favorite food, and Chef Shuttle will do the rest.”

15 cars broken into at Magic Springs

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (KTHV) - Hot Springs police confirmed that someone broke into 15 cars in the Magic Springs parking lot on Saturday.

Police say some cars were unlocked, but others had their windows smashed.

"She's like 'Your windows broken. Somebody broke into your van' at first I thought she was kidding," said Rich Cadwalader, who drove with Terri Smith, and two others to the "Three Doors Down" concert at Magic Springs last weekend.

"We had fun, but going through a situation like that was very hectic," said Smith.

The suspect left behind plenty of broken glass, but stole two bags, one with clothes and toiletries, and the other was a purse left underneath a back seat.

"She had over $200. She just got paid, driver's license, birth certificate, her car keys, her house keys," said Smith.

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Forecasters issue heat advisory for Arkansas through Sunday

Forecasters issue heat advisory for Arkansas through Sunday

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - The National Weather Service in Little Rock has issued a heat advisory covering much of the state through the weekend.

Forecasters issued the advisory Saturday for central, eastern and southern parts of Arkansas. It includes the cities of Little Rock, Hot Springs and Pine Bluff.

Temperatures will reach 98 degrees for Saturday and Sunday, and the weather service says the heat index will make it feel more like 107 to 109 degrees outdoors. The advisory expires Sunday evening.

Ark. group rallies against Donald Trump

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (KTHV) - While some were anxious for presidential candidate Donald Trump's visit to Hot Springs, not everyone in the area was celebrating his arrival.

Activists across central Arkansas organized a rally on Friday, July 17 to protest Trumps recent remarks against Mexican immigrants.

"Hateful messages are not welcome in Arkansas," said Mireya Reith with Arkansas United Community Coalition. "Using hateful and racist language does nothing to pursue progress "

Reith is speaking out against well-known business man Donald Trump's recent remarks against Mexican Immigrants during his presidential campaign announcement.

"When Mexico sends its people, they're not sending their best, they're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists, and some I guess are good people," said Trump.

Loverboy and Lita Ford set for July 25 at Magic Springs

Loverboy and Lita Ford set for July 25 at Magic Springs

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. - Loverboy and Lita Ford will take the stage on Saturday, July 25 at Magic Springs’ Timberwood Amphitheater in Hot Springs. The show begins at 8 p.m.


Loverboy is a Canadian rock group who accumulated numerous hit songs, earning four multi-platinum albums and selling millions of records.

The band's hit singles, particularly "Turn Me Loose" and "Working for the Weekend," have become arena rock staples and are heard on classic rock and classic hits radio stations  today. They are currently based in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Artist website: loverboyband.com


Lita Ford is a British-American rock guitarist, vocalist and songwriter, who was the lead guitarist for The Runaways in the late 1970’s before embarking on a solo career in the 1980’s.