5 headlines to know Aug. 4

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Here are five headlines to know for the morning of Monday August 4. For more headlines go to www.thv11.com.


UAPB student a suspect in Dallas triple murder

A University of Arkansas Pine Bluff (UAPB) student has been arrested in connection with the deaths of three people in Dallas, Texas.

Arkansans spot the dangerous 'kissing bug'

A dangerous bug known as the "kissing bug" has been spotted in Arkansas. According to the CDC, nearly 300,000 people may be infected with the disease these bugs are known for carrying in the south.


Ohio water supply still contaminated

New tests showed that toxins are still in the water supply in Toledo, Ohio, Mayor D. Michael Collins said early Monday.

Limited truce in Gaza as Israel winds down ground operations

A seven-hour "humanitarian" truce between Hamas and Israel appeared to be holding Monday although several similar cease-fire attempts have failed. The partial pause in fighting comes as Israel appears to be winding down its ground operations in Gaza.


150-pound tortoise found by police, reunited with family

A giant tortoise spotted wandering — albeit slowly — around California on Saturday has been reunited with its family, the Alhambra Police Department says.


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