5 headlines to know Tuesday morning June 17

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Here are five headlines to know for the morning of Tuesday June 17. For more headlines go to www.thv11.com.


Black bear found in tree outside Malvern home

Some folks in Malvern got a dose of wildlife Monday morning after finding a bear in a tree.

Wildlife sale goes bad after attempting to sell to law enforcement

"Well this was a little unusual,"Keith Stephens with Arkansas Game and Fish Commission begins. It all started when two men allegedly put an advertisement in a newspaper. Stephens continues, "We've got great wildlife officers that really keep a pulse on things."


GM recalls 3.16 million more cars for switches

General Motors said on Monday that it will recall 3.16 million midsize and large cars to modify their ignition keys to prevent the problem that triggered a recall of 2.19 million U.S. small cars in February and March.

FDA prepping long-awaited plan to reduce salt

Food companies and restaurants could soon face government pressure to make their foods less salty - a long-awaited federal effort to try to prevent thousands of deaths each year from heart disease and stroke.


Poll: Bill Clinton most admired recent president

If you had to pick the most admired president of the last 25 years, who would it be? Bill Clinton was the choice of 42 percent of adults in a poll by the Wall Street Journal, NBC News and the Annenberg Public Policy Center.


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