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Jacksonville is a suburb 15 miles northeast of Little Rock and was named for Mr. Nicholas Jackson. He donated land to the Cairo & Fulton Railroad for a railroad right-of-way in 1870. A community formed around the railroad depot eventually forming the town of Jacksonville which was incorporated in 1941. The Battle of Reed's Bridge Marker is found in Jacksonville. It memorializes Confederate troops who prevented Union troops from moving toward Little Rock during the Civil War. Unique to Jacksonville are the Museum of Military History and the Guitar Museum.

Population: 29916
Local Newspapers: Jacksonville Patriot Leader
Local Sports Teams: Arkansas Travelers (minor league baseball)
Local Colleges: Arkansas State University

Zip Codes associated with jacksonville, arkansas: 72076 72099
Towns/Cities near jacksonville, arkansas : Gravel Ridge Cabot Sherwood McAlmont Gibson

Jacksonville News
Rain intense, Jacksonville areas flood

Torrential rains that fell over a small area south of Little Rock Air Force Base on Monday evening caused retention ponds to overflow and creeks to spill out of banks, flooding several homes near Paradise Park in Jacksonville. Whisker said some homes near Paradise Park and in the Eastview area just south of the air base had up to 2 feet of water in them.

Arkansas inmates try variety of arguments to avoid death

Arkansas' plan to resume capital punishment in nearly 12 years seemed on its way to being blocked by rulings related to the lethal drugs it wants to use, but in the end arguments over the inmates' mental health led to them being spared. As state officials prepare to carry out a double execution Thursday ahead of a drug expiration deadline and despite the setback the U.S. Supreme Court delivered late Monday, lawyers for those condemned men look to be taking a different approach: claiming the prisoners are actually innocent.

Condemned inmate Ledell Lee wants new DNA testing

One of the five Arkansas inmates who are still scheduled to die before the end of the month is due at a hearing regarding his request for further DNA testing of evidence from his case. Ledell Lee was moved from prison Tuesday morning and was expected at a 1:30 p.m. hearing in Little Rock.

Airmen in state fly to aid of Peru

Cargo provided by the U.S. Agency for International Development is unloaded from an Air Force plane by Peruvian workers in Lima, Peru, earlier this month. Two C-130 aircraft from Little Rock Air Force Base are transporting supplies and personnel to flood-damaged regions of the South American country.

Verdict expected shortly in Josh Hastings lawsuit

A federal jury has reached a verdict in the civil lawsuit against Josh Hastings , a former Little Rock police officer, in the 2012 slaying of Bobby Moore, a suspect in car burglaries at a West Little Rock apartment complex. We'll have a verdict soon.

Investor wins $42M judgment against former North Little Rock photo archivist John Rogers

William Hogan, an east Texas businessman, won a $42 million judgment on Wednesday against John Rogers, a former North Little Rock photo archivist, including more than $30 million in punitive damages. Hogan and his attorney, Ed Daniel, said they do not expect to recover much if anything from Rogers, who pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud in federal court in Chicago in March.

Ethics complaint on Jerry Jones' gift to North Little Rock cops gets hearing

FREE JUNKET: Did Jerry Jones' gift to North Little Rock police run afoul of state law. An Ethics Commission review continues.

Police chief's integrity at issue

Jacksonville aldermen have expressed concern over the city's decision to hire a man with a misdemeanor criminal conviction as its new police chief. The city hired Geoffrey Herweg, deputy chief of the Lovington Police Department in New Mexico, after a national search to replace Police Chief Kenny Boyd.

Officer identified in suspect's shooting

The Little Rock Police Department has identified Jonathan Gonzalez, a member of the force since June 2015, as the officer who fatally shot a man after he reportedly rammed cars in a motel parking lot when officers tried to arrest him on multiple warrants. Austin Snyder, 22, died of the wounds.

Plan to fund suicide fight in Arkansas shy a backer

The Arkansas Suicide Prevention Council's executive committee on Wednesday withdrew its support from proposed legislation less than 24 hours after its co-chairman threw the council's support behind the bill in testimony before state lawmakers. Council Co-Chairman Steven Blackwood told the Joint Budget Committee on Tuesday that House Bill 1705 by Rep. Tim Lemons, R-Cabot, was recommended by the Arkansas Suicide Prevention Council, which was created in 2015 to serve as the state's central body for setting statewide priorities to prevent suicide.

JPs add recycling for 17,700 in county

The Pulaski County Quorum Court approved the addition of recycling services for the 17,700 residents living in the unincorporated areas of the county. Monthly sanitation rates -- which also include weekly garbage collection, bulk item pickup, limbs and brush pickup, and old tire collection -- will increase to $26.58 monthly.

U.S. 67/167 noise-wall proposal amended

A proposal to install noise walls along U.S. 67/167 in Jacksonville has been modified in response to public input, the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department said Monday. Portions of the proposed noise wall that would block the visibility of commercial properties from the highway will be removed based on comments from residents, commercial property owners and local officials at a March 9 meeting convened to discuss the noise wall, according to the department.

Arkansas death row inmate: 'I wish I could take it back, but I can't'

Death row inmate Marcel Williams made his plea to spare his life to the Arkansas Parole Board on Monday morning at Arkansas Department of Correction's Varner Unit. Williams was the third inmate of five death row inmates who have requested executive clemency hearings before their scheduled executions in April.

With April 20 execution date approaching, two death row inmates seek clemency

Executive clemency hearings began on Friday in advance of Arkansas's upcoming execution dates for eight inmates on death row. This morning, the Arkansas Parole Board heard from Stacey Johnson and an attorney for Ledell Lee , both of whom are scheduled to die by lethal injection on April 20. The hearings took place at Varner Unit.

Jones Bar-B-Q of Marianna has a related outpost in Jacksonville

Heard of Jones Bar-B-Q Diner of Marianna? More than a century old, a James Beard award winner and a member of the inaugural class of the Arkansas Food Hall of Fame, it now has a kissing cousin in Jacksonville. Kevin Arnold is about to open his Jones Bar-B-Q Diner at 515 South James Street in Jacksonvilley.

NLR police pursuit ends in fatal shooting of driver

A man who led officers on a car chase was fatally shot Thursday by North Little Rock police after he moved toward an officer with a knife he had used to stab a police dog twice in the face, authorities said. The North Little Rock Police Department said it received a call Thursday morning that a man was involved in a disturbance with a woman in Jacksonville, then fled the scene in a vehicle.

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