A third case of chronic wasting disease has been confirmed in Arkansas.
The state Game and Fish Commission said Tuesday that a white-tailed deer found at Camp Orr recently tested positive for the fatal disease.
Earlier this month, another deer found dead in Ponca tested positive for the disease. The first case was discovered in a 2 1/2-year-old elk that was killed near Pruitt during the October hunting season.
The disease affects animals such as elk, deer and moose. It's unclear how it reached northern Arkansas.