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1 dead, 1 hurt after small plane crashes in North Little Rock

A small plane crash at the North Little Rock Municipal Airport killed one person Thursday afternoon, officials said.

Arkansas attorney surrenders law license after admitting the...

LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Supreme Court's Committee on Professional Conduct has accepted the voluntary surrender of a Fort Smith ...

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MOVIESTYLE: PHILIP MARTIN

Tribeca Film Festival: A busman's holiday

NEW YORK -- There is tranquility in darkness before the movie begins. At other festivals, these press and industry ...

EDITORIAL: JOHN BRUMMETT

JOHN BRUMMETT: Kurrus' dilemma

Baker Kurrus says he won't take a paying job with the Little Rock school superintendent sent by the state ...

SPORTS: WALLY HALL

WALLY HALL: Oaklawn, after Pharoah, big Derby player

"Regarding Creator, clearly the horses coming out the prep races at Oaklawn have had good success in recent years. ...

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Hutchinson: Unlikely to try ending King-Lee holiday this year

LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson says he's unlikely to push this year to end the state's practice of commemorating Martin Luther King Jr. and Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee on the same day.

Westside rallies in 7th, advances to semifinals

LONOKE -- Jonesboro Westside rallied for three runs in the final two innings to earn a 5-4 victory over Stuttgart on Thursday afternoon in the opening round of the 4A-East Regional at Lonoke City Park.

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Mayor wins bid to pay $4,000 fine in coins after he agrees to count them himself

MIAMI — A Miami-area mayor won his bid to pay a $4,000 ethics fine with pennies and nickels, but only after he agreed to count and box the coins himself.

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Arkansas GOP says loyal will sign on to Trump bid

The state's Republican elected officials, who previously steered clear of Donald Trump's presidential campaign, will rally around the New York businessman now that he's the presumptive nominee, state party leaders predicted Wednesday.

Musk's output goal for Tesla lofty

Tesla Motors Inc. will produce as many as 200,000 of its Model 3 sedans in the second half of next year, will make more than 80,000 vehicles this year and will reach about 500,000 total by 2018 -- two years sooner than originally planned, Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said Wednesday during a conference call with analysts.

Conflicting comics

As has been chronicled elsewhere quite extensively, the original Captain America: Civil War storyline, taken from a special run of Marvel comics back in 2006, was only mildly effective.

Arkansas GOP says loyal will sign on to Trump bid

The state's Republican elected officials, who previously steered clear of Donald Trump's presidential campaign, will rally around the New York businessman now that he's the presumptive nominee, state party leaders predicted Wednesday.

JOHN BRUMMETT: Kurrus' dilemma

Baker Kurrus says he won't take a paying job with the Little Rock school superintendent sent by the state to replace him.

Hogs, Red Wolves to meet ... for camp

Arkansas and Arkansas State are getting together in Little Rock for some football at War Memorial Stadium.

Behind closed doors, North Korea opens ruling party congress

PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — North Korea on Friday opened the first full congress of its ruling party since 1980, a major political event intended to showcase the country's stability and unity under young leader Kim Jong Un despite international criticism and tough new sanctions over the North's recent nuclear test and a slew of missile launches.

Triplets born prematurely set to graduate at top of class

SAUGATUCK, Mich. (AP) — Triplets born 15 weeks premature in 1997 are set to graduate at their top of their class at a western Michigan high school.

Bangladesh professor under 24-hour armed guard after threats

NEW DELHI (AP) — After a Dhaka University professor asked a woman to remove her veil during his class, Muslim extremists called for his death, posting his personal details online along with tips on how to kill. Today, he remains under constant guard by armed police, stays mostly at home and bars his front door.

GOP states benefiting from shift to wind and solar energy

WASHINGTON (AP) — If there's a War on Coal, it's increasingly clear which side is winning.

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