Shortcuts: Last Shot with Judge Gunn, Ernie Passailaigue resigns, and more

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Judge Gunn’s new show is set for 32 weeks of original, half-hour shows beginning Monday, Sept. 26.

A roundup of interesting local and regional links.

“Last Shot” premieres Sept. 26

After five years on local TV, Judge Mary Ann Gunn is taking her drug court program to a nationally syndicated audience. Starting Monday, Sept. 26, “Last Shot with Judge Gunn” will air on Fox 24 weekdays at noon. Trifecta has a streaming demo show available. (Trifecta Entertainment)

Arkansas lottery director resigns

The Arkansas Lottery Commission on Monday received the resignation of the director of the Arkansas Lottery, Ernie Passailaigue. Lottery spokesman Julie Baldridge will serve as interim director. (Arkansas Blog)

Mayor Jordan’s parking deck committee

Joel Walsh reports that Mayor Jordan has formed a committee to look at designs for a planned parking deck in the Dickson Street area. Possible locations include the admin offices of the Walton Arts Center and the paid lots across from Grub’s and behind Kingfish. (NWAOnline)

Sheriff says woman set her boyfriend on fire

Falisha Hutcherson, 23, of Springdale, was arrested Friday after her boyfriend told Washington County Sheriff deputies that she set him on fire. After being treated for burns, Donnie Frazier, 29, of Fayetteville, was transferred to the burn unit at St. John’s Hospital in Springfield, Missouri. (KHOG)
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Lightning strike causes house fire in Fayetteville

If you live in the East Township area and are wondering what all the sirens were about Sunday night, it was likely a house fire caused by a lightning strike that hit a tree. (KFSM)

Razorbacks ‘sloppy’ in win over Troy

The RazorBloggers take a look at the good, the bad and the ugly after the Razorbacks’ 38-28 win over Troy Saturday in Fayetteville. (RazorBloggers)