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.
CNN/NBC-- A cage on top of a van driving down an Ohio Interstate drew a lot of attention Friday.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- 54 hours, 11 ideas and one goal, to create the next big thing.
University of Arkansas junior Gabriela Lopez fired a two-under 70 and is in fifth place after second round action at the 2015 Southeastern Conference Women’s Golf Championship on the Legacy Course at Greystone Golf and Country Club in Hoover, Ala., Saturday.
The junior duo of Kolton Crawford and Taylor Moore each carded four-under 66s to help the No. 28 Arkansas men’s golf team equal a program SEC Championships single-round record of 275 to hold onto sole possession of sixth place Saturday afternoon on the Seaside Course at Sea Island Golf Club.
The University of Arkansas baseball team (22-17, 7-9) tried to rally from an early deficit Saturday afternoon but came up short, falling 13-6 at No. 1 Texas A&M (35-3, 12-3) in the series opener at Blue Bell Park.