Delta Baptist Association, now merged with Bartholomew Baptist Association to form SEARK Baptist Network, donated a home to Arkansas Baptist Children’s Homes and Family Ministries. Once transformed this home will act as the next foster home in Chicot County to help provide multiple beds for …
The 2020 Mississippi River Marathon was held this past Saturday, Feb. 8. It was a chilly 38 degrees as runners gathered at the starting point in Lake Village. The run started promptly at 8 a.m. The first to go with a minute head start was a wheelchair contestant. The others got the whistle s…
Law enforcement used smoke canisters and rubber bullets to break up a peaceful protest taking place in front of the White House. CNN's Boris Sanchez reports.
Peaceful protesters in Washington were fired at with smoke canisters outside of the White House just minutes before President Donald gave a speech in the Rose Garden declaring he will mobilize the US military to end "riots and lawlessness."
A video appear to show the police pepper spraying a man who yelled at them. CNN's Jake Tapper discusses this with Nikki Jones, professor of African American studies at the University of California, Berkeley.
Trump turned security forces on peaceful protesters in front of the White House as smoke canisters and rubber bullets flew before declaring himself the "law and order" President. He then stood in front of an iconic church holding a Bible in a striking photo op. CNN's Dana Bash reports.
Joe Biden condemns President Donald Trump over the use of smoke canisters against peaceful protesters outside the White House in order to clear a park so that the President could visit a church for a photo opportunity.
Rev. Gini Gerbasi, the rector at St. John's Episcopal Church of Georgetown, said she was at the scene when police fired smoke canisters and pepper balls to disperse the crowds so that President Donald Trump could walk over to the church and take photos.
Sky Brown, an 11-year-old British skateboarder, fell from the top of a half pipe while training. Brown hopes to participate in the 2020 Olympics on Great Britain's first skateboarding team.