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Hot Springs Halloween road rage victim speaks

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (KTHV)- After spending five months in a wheelchair and only just recently learning to walk again on her own, Jennifer Rowton spent Halloween with kids and grandkids, but this year they'll just collect candy at a local church.

Rowton is a victim of a road rage incident involving Twila Watson, who was arrested last Halloween for speeding through a Hot Springs neighborhood, running into parked cars, and crashing into a tree all with her two children in the back seat. She then backed up and ran over Rowton. "I'm not going to say we haven't been kind of nervous this week leading up to it but we're doing pretty well," she said. "I still have a few surgeries ahead of me and different things but a year later I'm thankful to be alive."

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U.S. Postal Service shares dates for best Christmas delivery times

U.S. Postal Service shares dates for best Christmas delivery times

The U.S. Postal Service is gearing up to help customers ship some 15 and a half billion cards, letters and packages in time for Christmas.

It's also aiming to cash in on the holiday by offering festive stamps, packaging and even gift cards.

To make sure your package is delivered on time, the agency suggests sending gifts a little early.

Taking advantage of the postal services online postage and free package pick-up may help as well.

To ensure that holiday mail and packages are delivered in time for Christmas, the Postal Service recommends the following mailing and shipping deadlines:

Dec. 2 - First-Class Mail International

Dec. 2 - Priority Mail International

Dec. 10 - Priority Mail Express International

Dec. 15 - Standard Post

Dec. 17 - Global Express Guaranteed

Who’s ready for a haunting? See list of haunted houses, forests, hay rides

Who’s ready for a haunting? See list of haunted houses, forests, hay rides

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – Halloween is getting close, and nothing screams fall more than getting chased through dark halls by zombies and ax-wielding ghouls.

Check out our list of haunted houses, forests, hay rides and more:



Dates: Oct 10 & 11, Oct. 16-18, Oct. 22-25, Oct. 26-31, Nov. 1

Time: 7:30 p.m. -10:30 p.m. during the week, 7:30 p.m. to midnight or later on the weekend.

Location: 11200 West Markham; Little Rock (Behind Colonial Wine and Spirits)

Number: (501) 398-FEAR (3327)

Tickets: $15; $1 off admissions available at Colonial Wine and Spirits

Website: http://hauntingarkansas.blogspot.com/



Dates: Oct. 3-4, 10-11, 16-31; Nov. 1

Time: 7 p.m. - ???

Location: 6016 Crystal Hill Rd.; North Little Rock

Woman confirmed dead after Hot Springs apartment fire

GARLAND COUNTY, Ark. (KTHV) -- A woman has been confirmed dead after an apartment fire in Garland County.

According to officials with the Hot Springs Fire Department, a call was received around 5 p.m. Sunday about smoke pouring out of an apartment on Hickory Street. They reportedly arrived in under two minutes.

The Garland County coroner confirmed that one woman was found dead. Her name has not been released, and her cause of death has not been released.

The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

Stay with THV11 for more on this developing story.

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A happy anniversary to Dr. Terri Shaffett

A happy anniversary to Dr. Terri Shaffett

LONSDALE, Ark. (KTHV) - A very Happy Anniversary to Dr. Terri Shaffett and her husband, Heath!

A couple is celebrating their seventh anniversary on Oct. 27, 2014.

This message was entered by Heath Shaffett.

AMHC announces funding up to $2,000 for health-related events

AMHC announces funding up to $2,000 for health-related events

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. --The Arkansas Minority Health Commission recognizes that improving minority health in Arkansas and the nation requires collaboration across many organizations. The Commission’s intent is to cooperate with community-based organizations, schools, faith-based organizations and others to address the health problems that effect minorities in Arkansas.

To help develop new and innovative approaches to promote health and prevent disease in communities, the Commission is offering up to $2,000 per organization in sponsorship, cost-reimbursement funding in a competitive application process.

Oklahoma escapee captured in Hot Springs

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (October 22, 2014) – On Wednesday, Hot Springs Police arrested Raymond Jay Stewart, 26.

Stewart reportedly escaped from the Bryan County Jail in Oklahoma on October 18 where he was being held awaiting trial on the charge of first degree murder.

On Monday, the Arkansas State Fusion Center sent out a state wide broadcast listing Raymond Jay Stewart as a wanted person who was last seen on Saturday in downtown Durant, Oklahoma.

On Wednesday, a detective recognized Stewart from the photo attached to the broadcast walking in the 800 block of Central Ave.

Officers made contact with the subject at 100 Bridge Street and confirmed he was in fact Raymond Jay Stewart and took him into custody. Stewart is currently being held at the Garland County Detention Center where he will await extradition back to Oklahoma.