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Suspected burglar shot after struggle with neighbor

Suspected burglar shot after struggle with neighbor

A suspected burglar was shot in the hand Tuesday after a struggle with a neighbor who spotted him trying to break into a home, authorities said. The suspected burglar, whose name was not released, suffered non-life-threatening injuries, police on the scene said. He was taken to ...

Chancellor sought for Arkansas State University Mid-South

WEST MEMPHIS — Arkansas State University and Mid-South Community College have started the search for a chancellor when the two mer...

Siloam police seeking man suspected of illegal dentistry

Siloam Springs police are looking for a man who practiced dentistry without a license, targeting Hispanic families in Siloam Sprin...
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Which right is right?

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An odd case indeed

I'm still scratching my woolly noggin over the odd news story last week about the Fayetteville police officer who's ...

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Wal-Mart's visible hand

In February, Wal-Mart, America's largest employer, announced that it will raise wages for half a million workers. For many ...

Siloam police seeking man suspected of illegal dentistry

Siloam Springs police are looking for a man who practiced dentistry without a license, targeting Hispanic families in Siloam Springs in September, according to a news release.

Retailers heed Wal-Mart's wage boost

Working at Wal-Mart is not the only way for low-income earners to benefit from the retailer's announced wage increase.

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Kelly Clarkson to play NLR in September

Pop singer and original American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson is scheduled to perform in North Little Rock in September, Verizon Arena said Tuesday.

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2 billionaire Waltons rise on top-10 list

Christy Walton held on to her title as the world's richest woman, and she and Jim Walton both moved up one spot in the top 10 of the 2015 Forbes list of the world's billionaires released Monday.

4 Arkansans are known to have flown as WASP members

At least four women with ties to Arkansas flew planes during World War II as members of the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP). The program was established to fly noncombat military missions in the United States under the Army Air Corps so male pilots would be available to fly in combat overseas.

Netanyahu: Speech is on threat to Israel

WASHINGTON -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday that his planned address to Congress scheduled for this morning is not meant to signal any disrespect for President Barack Obama, nor to insert political partisanship into the U.S.-Israel relationship.

Officials: US report finds racial bias in Ferguson police

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Justice Department investigation found sweeping patterns of racial bias within the Ferguson, Missouri, police department, with officers routinely discriminating against blacks by using excessive force, issuing petty citations and making baseless traffic stops, according to law enforcement officials familiar with its findings.

Judge hears arguments over Citibank and Argentina bonds

NEW YORK (AP) — A Citibank lawyer has warned a judge its Argentina branch will be in "great danger" if he refuses to let the South American nation pay interest to bondholders.

Yemeni leader proposes Riyadh as venue for talks with rebels

SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Yemen's president on Tuesday proposed the Saudi capital of Riyadh as a possible venue for the resumption of U.N.-sponsored talks with Shiite rebels who have seized Yemen's own capital, Sanaa.

Target to cut $2B in costs, including several thousand jobs

NEW YORK (AP) — Target Corp. is cutting several thousand jobs as part of a plan to eliminate $2 billion in costs over the next two years.

Officials: US report finds racial bias in Ferguson police

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Justice Department investigation found sweeping patterns of racial bias within the Ferguson, Missouri, police department, with officers routinely discriminating against blacks by using excessive force, issuing petty citations and making baseless traffic stops, according to law enforcement officials familiar with its findings.

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