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A judge set a $1 million bail Thursday for a man jailed on kidnapping and murder charges in the fatal shooting of an 18-year-old Fayetteville resident in Little Rock. Comment?
Arkansas lawmakers gave initial approval Wednesday to a $16.47 million federal grant to help enroll people in an insurance pool required by the federal health-care law. Comment?
A criminal complaint against Arkansas Treasurer Martha Shoffner released Monday alleges that Shoffner received multiple $6,000 cash payments in return for her throwing bond business to a Russellville firm. Comment?
The National Weather Service in North Little Rock says severe weather is possible in north and western parts of the state. Comment?
Food, films and floats are strong indicators that festival season is in full swing, according to Thursday's Arkansas Weekend section. Comment?
The private, Christian university says that this fall that it will start offering bachelor degree completion and graduate programs at a new center on Cantrell Road. Comment?
University of Arkansas System institutions that have proposed tuition and fee increases exceeding 3.5 percent for the 2013-14 school year will appear before the trustees' Fiscal Affairs Committee at the request of board Chairman Jane Rogers on Tuesday. Comment?
Their bags aren't packed yet, but Pryor Center employees are getting ready to set up shop in the mostly vacant building on the east side of the square. Comment?
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Jane Preiss Where I live: I live in the Chevaux Court neighborhood of west Little Rock with my husband, George. Comment?
Little Rock police find Friday, May 10, 2013, a red SUV stolen by three suspects who had demanded a ride of two men at the EZ Mart at 12th and Woodrow streets before one of the men turned up dead. Comment?
A longtime election official from Little Rock says she's seeking the Democratic nomination for Arkansas secretary of state next year. Comment?
Leonard Ridgle and Michael Seamon, both of North Little Rock, fill out applications Tuesday at the Statehouse Convention Center during the Spring Job Fair sponsored by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and the Central Arkansas Human Resources Association. Comment?
A Pulaski County circuit judge on Monday ordered authorities to return $28,630 seized during a homicide investigation to the 37-year-old North Little Rock man it was taken from. Comment?
Elsewhere in entertainment and the arts: Sales pitch The cast and crew of the Arkansas Repertory Theatre production of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman will take part in a "Lunch Lecture" session, noon-1 p.m. Wednesday in Sturgis Hall, Clinton School of Public Service, 1200 President Clinton Ave., Little Rock. Comment?
The Randy Rogers Band Opening act: Good Time Ramblers 9 p.m. Wednesday, Rev Room, 300 President Clinton Ave., Little Rock Admission: $22 advance; $25 day of show 823-0090 revroom.com The Randy Rogers Band must feel right at home in Little Rock. Comment?
Parishioner Dorsey Gupton and visitor Rita Walton Wells look over fire damage to the front of the First Baptist Church Highland Park at West 18th and Pine streets in Little Rock on Sunday afternoon. Comment?
Organizers of a months long campaign to build an athletic pavilion and jogging track for the 100-year-old Forest Park Elementary School in Little Rock are appealing to alumni and friends, both near and far, for the final $20,000 to finish the project. Comment?
A teacher with the Little Rock School District who Benton police say has been operating a marijuana growing operation from his home was arrested Friday in connection with an early-morning shooting that left another man critically injured. Comment?
Student art exhibit begins today in LR Artistry in the Rock, the Little Rock School District's now annual public showcase of student visual and performing arts, will begin today at the Metroplex Event Center, 10800 Colonel Glenn Road in Little Rock, and will go through Tuesday. Comment?