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14 min ago | FOX16
Storm damage cleanup is under way in at least four counties after high winds roll through this corner of the state.
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1 hr ago | KSLA-TV Shreveport
The U.S. Department of Labor is giving Arkansas $1 million to help continue cleanup operations following a December winter storm.
2 hrs ago | FOX16
An El Dorado man is behind bars after police found 647 images and 69 videos of child pornography on two computers in his home.
4 hrs ago | Bradenton.com
The Bears, under new head coach Steve Campbell, had 72 votes in the Sports Information Directors' poll and 70 in the head coaches' poll.
8 hrs ago | Arkansas Times
I'm expecting a news release shortly on the precise number, but it appears the drive to put a minimum wage increase on the November ballot is roughly 15,000 signatures short of the 61,503 signatures of registered voters necessary to qualify the initiated act for the ballot.
12 hrs ago | KSLA-TV Shreveport
The Lincoln Police Department charged 22-year-old Damian Kelley with kidnapping, second-degree battery and third-degree battery on Tuesday.
Some Republican candidates in Arkansas are jumping on the opportunity to comment on Tuesday's rulings by two federal appeals courts that affect the nation's healthcare law.
Regional business and civic leaders who responded to an informal survey by The City Wire do not share the pessimism exhibited in a recent Rasmussen Poll in which only 29% said America's best days like ahead.
UPDATE: Here's two separate judicial decisions. One is judicial activism, but conservatives will love it.
Incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor is no boat-rocker when it comes to foreign policy.
The Porter Fund , founded by Little Rock novelists Jack Butler and Phillip McMath in 1984, has announced writer and Arkansas Times contributing editor Mara Leveritt as the recipient of the 2014 Porter Fund Literary Prize.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie stopped at a diner in Greenwich Conn. while stumping for Connecticut Republican gubernatorial hopeful Tom Foley and was stopped by a woman who compared his kiss to one she received from former President George W. Bush, the man who appointed Christie U.S. Attorney for New Jersey.
"I haven't seen you in a hundred years!" he says, pumping the hand of a grey-haired man in a navy suit.
If all goes according to plan, next year many Arkansas Medicaid beneficiaries will be required to make monthly contributions to so-called Health Independence Accounts.
Arkansas made gains in health coverage and education over the last year, but the child poverty rate went up to 29 percent.
Road work will close Maple Street during the day from Garland to Leverett avenues through the end of the month.
It will be the agency's second time within a few months that it will be providing disaster support to the state of Washington.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 04:17 pm
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