Campora. Officer Campora, 32, of Waldron, died during a water rescue last Friday in flash flooding that also killed Scott County Sheriff Cody Carpenter
SCOTT COUNTY, AR-- During the May flooding this year, The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission lost Wildlife Officer Joel Campora during
SCOTT COUNTY, AR -- Rescuers have found the body of Arkansas Game and Fish Officer Joel Campora and the final missing woman from Friday
and Fish Wildlife Officer Joel Campora. The men died attempting a swift water rescue on May 31. The billboard was donated by Clear Channel Outdoors.
, including Arkansas Game and Fish Officer Joel Campora. Click here to read the full proclamation.
and an unidentified woman early today. Three other people are still missing in the incident. Carpenter, Arkansas Game & Fish Game Warden Joel Campora, along
County Sheriff John Staley. Sheriff Carpenter died alongside Game and Fish Warden Joel Campora. His funeral is set for Friday at 1:00 p.m. also
and John Boozman took the senate floor to pay tribute to Sheriff Cody Carpenter and Arkansas Game and Fish Wildlife Officer Joel Campora, c alling both men
Association, and asks for money. Officer Campora, Scott County Sheriff Cody Carpenter and two Y City residents died during a swift water rescue last Friday
of experience with the agency. Dedicated an area in the AGFC Little Rock central office in memory of fallen wildlife officers Monty Carmikle and Joel Campora.
Souls Harbor NWA is pushing to complete its new kitchen by the end of the year, but the transitional housing program still needs help.
KNWA/FOX 24 -- An arrest report reveals new information about the capture of a Rogers kidnapping suspect in Oklahoma.
SPRINGDALE -- Hellstern Middle School students traveled all over town, stopping at schools and businesses to sing Christmas carols.
AROUND ARKANSAS -- The November unemployment numbers are in, showing the Natural State made some significant gains in the previous month.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- Over 100 vehicles from city, state and federal agencies lined a neighborhood with their lights on, to show support for Rogers Police Chief James Allen.