MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for the Mid-south for Saturday. Parts of Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri and Tennessee can expect to see heavy rain and winds. The Severe Thunderstorm Watch is expected to last until 10 p.m. According to the National Weather Service, hail and tornadoes are possible. The WREG […]
After more than 1,000 rodents were found inside a distribution warehouse in West Memphis, Arkansas, in February, Family Dollar is shutting down the facility. The rodent infestation, which was discovered by the Food and Drug Administration after a customer complaint, prompted a recall of hundreds of products at over 400 Family Dollar stores in six states - Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, and Tennessee.
WEST MEMPHIS, Ark. (WMC/Gray News) - Family Dollar representatives said the company plans to close its West Memphis distribution facility by the end of October. Wednesday’s announcement comes months after a U.S. Food & Drug Administration investigation unveiled unsanitary conditions at the facility that included contaminated food, cosmetics, and medications with more than a thousand rats found.
A Bertrand man faces felony charges following a pursuit with law enforcement Monday in Mississippi County. 31-year-old Daniel Campbell was arrested by the Missouri State Highway Patrol around 11:30 a.m. Monday near Bertrand on three counts of resisting arrest causing danger to others, driving while revoked, probation warrant from Probation and Parole, burglary warrant out of Mississippi County, no valid plates, and speeding. Campbell was arrested and transported to the Mississippi County Jail where he remained Tuesday with no bond set.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Arkansas has filed a lawsuit against Family Dollar over the discovery of 1,000 rodents in a distribution facility that prompted the chain to temporarily close hundreds of stores in the South. Attorney General Leslie Rutledge filed the lawsuit Thursday in state court against the North...
EAST PRAIRIE -- The Red and Blue Classic started in 2006 when Charleston coach Michael Minner and East Prairie coach Gary Scott decided to add something extra to the Mississippi County rivalry. “We got together and decided we needed to do something for the communities,” Minner said. “The game always...
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Consumers who have purchased or believe they may have purchased the item are advised to throw it away immediately.