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Dawn Scott


Little Rock, AR, United States

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Past articles by Dawn:

Dawn Scott says goodbye to Craig O'Neill after 21 years on-air together

"The end of an era now, but forever friends, forever family. You will always be my Arkansan of the Day." → Read More

16-year-old 'ray of light' waiting for a forever family to love him

Isaiah says foster care is a tough place to be, especially during a pandemic. He wants people to know he's helpful, a good student, and very easy to get along with. → Read More

Beloved Heber Springs mother dies from COVID-19

When 77-year-old Dorothy Haile tested positive for coronavirus, she showed no symptoms for nine days. Her daughter thought that was a good sign. → Read More

Arkansas couple dies from COVID-19 complications within a day of each other

Pansy and Charles Lock were married for 63 years, passing within 24 hours of each other due to COVID complications. → Read More

Beloved Arkansas mother, grandmother dies from COVID-19

Margaret thought she was having a stroke, so her family took her to the ER. Instead, she had COVID-19. And that was the last time anyone got to see her. → Read More

Arkansas healthcare worker with no known underlying issues dies from COVID-19

Batesville resident Cheryl Morrow contracted coronavirus after being exposed at her job in healthcare in mid-August. → Read More

Little Rock woman with no underlying health issues dies from coronavirus

Shanta Batchelor, who had just turned 34 on July 16, died last week from the virus. She had no underlying health conditions. → Read More

Former Arkansas volunteer firefighter, Navy veteran dies from coronavirus

As the death rate from COVID-19 continues to climb throughout the state, a Montgomery County man who lost his fight a week ago is more than one of those numbers. → Read More

Conway man recovers COVID-19 after doctors say he had 50 percent chance of survival

A 73-year-old Conway man is recovered from coronavirus. → Read More

Beloved 88-year-old Dardanelle woman loses fight with coronavirus

Our thoughts and prayers are with Lola Crawford's family and every family dealing with COVID-19 right now. → Read More

Recently retired school teacher dies from coronavirus in Yell County

57-year-old Terry Thone was a newly retired school teacher, the wife of the county judge, and a woman loved by so many who lost her battle with coronavirus. → Read More

Malvern self-defense instructor calls COVID-19 'nightmare'

Paul Walter still can't get above 90 on his pulse oximeter for any length of time, a condition his doctor says would typically require hospitalization. → Read More

Dardanelle woman who dedicated life to helping elderly dies from COVID-19

Kay became sick with a fever and body aches earlier this month. She stayed home, but it got worse. → Read More

Mayor of McGehee in 14-day quarantine after son tests positive for COVID-19

Ross Owyoung is mostly recovered now, just a few days later, but last weekend he visited his parents in McGehee. His father, Jeff, is the mayor. → Read More

51-year-old North Little Rock man, with no underlying health issues, dies from COVID-19

Ron Carmichael lost his battle to COVID-19 on Wednesday, June 17 at Baptist Hospital in North Little Rock. → Read More

Four members of an Arkansas family test positive for COVID-19

A Morrilton family had four family members who tested positive for COVID-19, and within a week, one of them passed away. → Read More

90-year-old Little Rock man, US Air Force veteran, dies of COVID-19

One of 90-year-old Bill Crawford's favorite celebrations was National Hug Day, which he observed every day of the year. → Read More

First Arkansas nursing home hit by COVID-19 is now virus-free

"It was like personal, we've been attacked by corona, this was a war that we're gonna win -- whatever it took." → Read More

73-year-old Arkansas veteran, avid 'Star Wars' fan, loses COVID-19 battle

His daughter wanted to thank the MICU team at the VA hospital who held a phone to his ear so his family could say a final goodbye. → Read More

Arkansas coroner answers questions surrounding reporting COVID-19 deaths

"Can the COVID virus alone kill someone? Sure it can, but the majority of those that we are seeing are those who have major underlying conditions already." → Read More