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Lance Lloyd


Washington, VA, United States

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Past articles by Lance:

Alzheimer's Care Center Under Scrutiny

An Alzheimer's Care Center in Rogers is under scrutiny after allegations of mal practice and lack of quality care for its residents. The Arkansas Department of Human Services surveyed Magnolia Place Alzheimer's Special Care Center in late January after two outside complaints were made against it in 2018. → Read More

Treatment Upgrades for Sports Concussions

March is national brain injury awareness month, which is why local doctors are working to provide specialized concussion care. → Read More

Rolling Back the Clocks Could Impact Your Health

Arkansans are waking up with one less hour of sleep and it could be coming at a cost. → Read More

Winter Weather Leaves Drivers Stranded

Snow blew through the area, causing trouble on the roads and leaving many drivers stranded. → Read More

Fayetteville Public Library Breaks Ground on Expansion

The Fayetteville Public Library broke ground on a more than 82,000 square foot expansion Saturday morning (March 2). → Read More

Daughter of Murdered Man Says More Needs to be Done

I'm looking for justice for who took my dad from me and my children, my sisters, and my mom we just want justice, said Kira Morrison, daughter of the victim. → Read More

Local United Methodist Church Reacts to LGBTQ Vote

After three days of intense debate, the United Methodist Church voted to strengthen its LGBTQ ban, a decision that could split the nation's second-largest protestant church. → Read More

Momo Challenge: Could Your Child be the Next Victim?

Parents are warning one another about the latest trend on social media that could direct your child to harm themselves, or even take their own lives. → Read More

"Just a few Seconds Can Mean the Difference Between Life and Death", Police say

Thousands of people drive on roads throughout the natural state every single day, an some may make common mistakes that could leave you with a citation or even severely injured. → Read More

Blackface Found in U of A Yearbook

It's a controversy that's been showing up on college campuses around the country, and now at the University of Arkansas. → Read More

Blackface Found in U of A Yearbook

It's a controversy that's been showing up on college campuses around the country, and now at the University of Arkansas. → Read More

State Rejects Haas Hall Diversity Report

The Arkansas State Board of Education recently rejected a diversity report from a local school. → Read More

Solar Energy Shines in Arkansas

The advanced energy economy in the Natural State has seen a 30 percent increase over the last year, according to The Solar Foundation (TSF), in addition, the agency claims that Arkansas added 85 new solar jobs in 2018, ranking in the top 10 nationwide for growth in this sector of the economy. → Read More

ID Theft During Tax Season

Identity thieves are on the prowl as tax season is in full swing. → Read More

Thousands Could Lose Arkansas Works Medicaid Program

Thousands of 'Arkansas Works' recipients did not meet work requirements in January, which could leave them without health benefits in the future. → Read More

New Legislation to Help Local Marshallese

Arkansas lawmakers introduced a resolution to recognize the Marshallese community that could impact their quality of life. → Read More

Hundreds of Students out Sick in Pea Ridge

A school district in Benton County reports just under 450 students were out sick Wednesday, and that number is continuing to rise. → Read More

Local Newborns to Get Red Hats for Heart Health

The American Heart Association is delivering the red caps at Willow Creek Women's Hospital in Johnson and Northwest Medical Center in Bentonville on Monday, February, 11. → Read More

Local Fire Fighter Leaves Scholarship Fund in His Memory

A memorial was held for a local firefighter who died in late January, and although he will no longer be serving the community, Gene Grainger, is leaving behind a way for others to follow in his footsteps. → Read More

Siloam Springs to Boast Multi-Million Dollar White Water Park

One Northwest Arkansas city will be getting a multi-million dollar water park that's expected to bring in millions in tourism. → Read More