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Man fatally shot by police in River Market District identified; 2 officers also named

Man fatally shot by police in River Market District identified; 2 officers also named

Authorities have identified the man who was killed by police in a downtown Little Rock alley early Sunday as well as the two officers who shot him.

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SPORTS: NATE ALLEN

Concealed guns, stadiums not good mix

Some issues transcend Republicans vs. Democrats or conservatives vs. liberals.

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PAPER TRAILS: Josh Duggar served legal papers in Ashley Madison-related lawsuit

OF SUBPOENAS AND STORKS: Josh Duggar, 29, a used-car salesman, recently was served at his work in Siloam Springs ...

SPORTS: WALLY HALL

Spiced up by Martin, seasoned by Pitino

As the Southeastern Conference was having a perfect night, going three for three in the NCAA Tournament, there was ...

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Bielema awards Richardson a scholarship

Junior college defensive end/linebacker Gabe Richardson had planned to report to Arkansas as a blue shirt this summer, but now he'll be on scholarship after talking to Coach Bret Bielema late Monday night.

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Arkansas-based Home BancShares buys Florida bank as part of $778M deal

Home BancShares Inc. will acquire Florida-based Stonegate Bank as part of a $778.4 million deal, the Conway-based parent company of Centennial Bank said.

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New health care anxieties arise

ATLANTA -- Americans who have benefited from the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act said they're feeling some relief at the failure of Republican efforts to repeal it but that they are newly anxious as President Donald Trump tweeted that "ObamaCare will explode."

OLD NEWS: Producer proffers coffins as war looms

In March 1917, with Congress about to declare war against Germany, Arkansans eagerly displayed their patriotism.

On health bill, Trump blames conservatives

WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump on Sunday placed responsibility on conservative lawmakers for the failure of the Republican bill to replace former President Barack Obama's health care law, as aides signaled a greater willingness to work with moderate Democrats on upcoming legislative battles from the budget and tax cuts to health care.

BRADLEY R. GITZ: Source of the resistance

Many Americans obviously believe that Donald Trump's presidency is a national calamity.

Oaklawn changes: Smith GM, Jackson senior VP

Eric Jackson, Oaklawn Park's general manager for the past 30 years, was named the track's senior vice president Saturday during a meeting of the Arkansas Racing Commission.

Screams alert residents to fire that killed 3 in Oakland

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Awakened by screams of "fire," Michael Jones bolted out of bed in the pre-dawn darkness Monday at the dilapidated Oakland apartment building he calls home, instinctively pounded on the doors of his elderly neighbors and ushered them to safety — walkers and all.

Screams alert residents to fire that killed 3 in Oakland

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Awakened by screams of "fire," Michael Jones bolted out of bed in the pre-dawn darkness Monday at the dilapidated Oakland apartment building he calls home, instinctively pounded on the doors of his elderly neighbors and ushered them to safety — walkers and all.

South Korea holds memorial for 9 missing ferry victims

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea on Tuesday held a memorial ceremony for the nine passengers still missing from the 2014 ferry disaster that killed 304 passengers near the ship's wreckage that was raised last week.

American Airlines buys stake in China Southern Airlines

BEIJING (AP) — American Airlines has agreed to pay $200 million for a stake in China Southern Airlines, the biggest of China's three major state-owned carriers, in a bid for a bigger share of the country's growing travel market.

Trump takes aim at Obama's efforts to curb global warming

WASHINGTON (AP) — Moving forward with a campaign pledge to unravel former President Barack Obama's sweeping plan to curb global warming, President Donald Trump will sign an executive order Tuesday that will suspend, rescind or flag for review more than a half-dozen measures in an effort to boost domestic energy production in the form of fossil fuels.

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