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The University of Arkanas at Pine Bluff is predicted to finish last again in the Southwestern Athletic Conference football standings. [Read More]
Ready for a quick history lesson? [Read More]
History buffs researching the origins of the Cross of St. George will find themselves exploring a labyrinth of faith and legend in the late Middle... [Read More]
Catholic church sets conference... [Read More]
The implementation of professional learning communities at Rogers High School has made a big impact, the principal told a gathering of state legislators Friday. [Read More]
A dozen Russian military intelligence officers were indicted Friday on charges they hacked Democrats' computers, stole their data, and published those files to disrupt the... [Read More]
More than 7,000 Arkansas Works enrollees were found out of compliance with a work requirement that took effect last month, according to figures released Friday. [Read More]
Obtaining rights of way for intersection changes at North Walton and Tiger boulevards is under way, and the City Council may consider a construction contract... [Read More]
A group tasked with completing an access road to the Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport met for the first time Friday and brainstormed how to get... [Read More]
A prisoner on Arkansas' death row attempted suicide on Thursday and was rushed to a hospital in Pine Bluff, the Arkansas State Police said Friday. [Read More]
The Satanic Temple, which describes itself as "an organized religion" with a mission to "encourage benevolence and empathy among all people," has filed a motion... [Read More]
A father and his live-in girlfriend have been been arrested after a 5-year-old girl was hospitalized for severe malnutrition and apparent neglect, Camden police said. [Read More]
Four area residents were sentenced in federal court for counterfeiting money last year. [Read More]
Fire destroyed one house late Thursday and heavily damaged another next door, according to the Van Buren Fire Department. No one was injured, the department... [Read More]
The Arkansas Economic Development Commission is working with leaders at Kimberly-Clark Corp. to develop an incentive package to try to keep the company's Conway plant... [Read More]
More than 20 years ago, when Chris Gayle was scraping clay off cars and doing other odd jobs for modified teams at I-30 Speedway in... [Read More]
The U.S. Commerce Department has lifted the ban on American firms selling products to China's ZTE Corp., removing the final hurdle for the company to... [Read More]
The fight against life-threatening infections suffered another blow when one of the world's biggest drugmakers waved the white flag. [Read More]
President Donald Trump on Friday tried to repair the diplomatic damage from an interview criticizing his host, Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain, by praising... [Read More]
Pulaski County Circuit Judge Mary McGowan, whose handling of the Little Rock-area's drug court has been harshly criticized by Prosecuting Attorney Larry Jegley, on Friday... [Read More]
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