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UAMS Associate Dean for Administrative Affairs Bill Woodell stands in the hall of new equipment unveiled at the Oral Health Clinic July 11, 2014 at UAMS.
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Head downtown to the River Market district and its edges around 5 p.m. tonight to see several new exhibits at 2nd Friday Art Night venues, and remember you can ride the rubber-wheeled trolley to the galleries, the better to enjoy the wine they'll set out for you.
Issues ranging from the minimum wage, private option, and prisons/jail overcrowding to same-sex marriage, the Buffalo River watershed/hog farm controversy and control of the lottery took center stage in a debate this afternoon between the four men running for governor of Arkansas.
There were few fireworks in the Lt. Governor and Attorney General debates at the Arkansas Press Association in Hot Springs on Friday.
Arkansas Sen. Mark Pryor has been buying up fall airtime for a race critical to nearly every hypothetical Republican path to the Senate majority .
Opening arguments are set in a resentencing trial for an Arkansas man whose death sentence was overturned two years ago by the Arkansas Supreme Court.
Kitty and Ray Phillips from Winslow with a picture of their daughter, Victoria who is coming home from Arkansas for her wedding Victoria Lovellette is returning to the church where she was christened because her grandmother is not allowed to fly anymore and she wanted her grandparents to be at the wedding.
Arkansans know that fires can get out of control in a hurry, and many people have peace of mind knowing local fire departments are there to protect them.
Arkansas is trying to overturn 40 years of court precedent that abortion is legal until the point a fetus can live outside the womb, opponents of a state law that would ban the procedure 12 weeks into a pregnancy argued Thursday.
Here's a story that resonates in Arkansas from the Center for Public Integrity .
Senators Mark Pryor and John Boozman today announced that two Arkansas fire departments will receive nearly $350,000 from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program.
WASHINGTON i 1 2 It used to be, a few weeks ago, that as an adult you were responsible for making big, personal decisions: Do you want to marry? If so, whom? Do you want children? Where do you want to live? What do you want to do to support yourself? Whom do you want to vote for to be president? It's not just whether or not you believe states ... (more)
Gov. Mike Beebe has named Andrew Parker of Little Rock as the newest commissioner of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.
William Reed looks over a book of drawing he made, Thursday, Jan. 10, 2008, in Cleveland.
This is the last in a series of articles about the other communities, located east of the Rocky Mountains, that are named "Batavia."
A legislative subcommittee Tuesday rejected a $460,000 Claims Commission award to a former Clark County man who served more than 11 years in prison before a special prosecutor dropped the charges against him.
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