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Man who spent 34 years as Chicago police officer fatally shot in Arkansas

Man who spent 34 years as Chicago police officer fatally shot in Arkansas

Chester Hornowski's friends can't believe that he survived 34 years as a Chicago police officer only to be gunned down in retirement at his Baxter County boardinghouse.

Open-enrollment period for health coverage set to end; Non-M...

A shortened open-enrollment period for health coverage comes to a close early Saturday, giving millions of Americans, including te...

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EDITORIAL: JOHN BRUMMETT

JOHN BRUMMETT: Of winners and losers

Congratulations to colleague Rex Nelson on his prediction and to Alabama and humanity on the outcome.

SPORTS: BRYAN HENDRICKS

Tests double, find 87 new CWD cases in northern Arkansas

After testing 4,234 dead deer this season, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission detected 87 new positive cases of ...

SPORTS: WALLY HALL

Hogs' tickets for Verizon Arena going fast

Ticket sales have been very brisk for Saturday night's University of Arkansas, Fayetteville game against Troy at Verizon Arena ...

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Arkansas lawmakers OK issuing 'enhanced' concealed carry licenses

State police rules that will allow the state to move forward with issuing “enhanced” concealed carry licenses were approved by lawmakers Friday.

Former SMU coach gives insight into Morris and staff

Marshall, Texas athletic director and head coach Claude Mathis, who was on Coach Chad Morris' staff at SMU for two and half years, gave a behind the scenes look at how Morris operates as a head coach on Recruiting Thursday

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Arkansas' only WestPoint Home outlet closing later this month

Arkansas’ only WestPoint Home outlet is closing just before Christmas, its store manager said Friday.

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Man guilty of killing Arkansas farmer in dicamba clash

BLYTHEVILLE -- A Mississippi County Circuit Court jury sentenced a Missouri man to 24 years in prison Thursday evening after finding him guilty of fatally shooting a Monette man in October 2016 during an altercation over the herbicide dicamba.

Job rush if profits reshored doubted

WASHINGTON -- The Republican tax plan seems about to hand a holiday gift with a bow on top to some of America's richest multinational companies, from Apple and Microsoft to Google's parent Alphabet: tens of billions in tax breaks on profits they've parked overseas.

MOVIE REVIEW: Episode VIII gives Star Wars fans what they want — but has the Empire already won?

The original Star Wars concept, closely hewn to Joseph Campbell's "Hero's Journey" archetypal story pattern, was always built around myths and totems: Vader's mask, Luke's light saber, the Falcon, the Force, the Death Star, the Jedi Knights themselves.

With 3-2 vote, FCC scraps Net neutrality

WASHINGTON -- Federal regulators voted Thursday to allow Internet providers to speed up service for websites they favor -- and block or slow down others -- in a decision repealing landmark regulations from the time of President Barack Obama that provide for oversight of broadband companies such as AT&T and Verizon.

DANA D. KELLEY: Carols annotated

Holiday music for centuries has been a part of Christmas, and is now as ubiquitous as decorations. We all have songs in our heads and hearts this time of year, and the world is better for it.

Not officially hired, 4 recruiting for UA

Four former SMU football staff members have reached agreements to recruit for the Arkansas Razorbacks within the past week, according to documents obtained Thursday by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette through an open records request.

White House to push merit-based immigration in new campaign

WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House is embarking on a major campaign to turn public opinion against the nation's largely family-based immigration system ahead of an all-out push next year to move toward a more merit-based structure.

Man charged in shooting of cops saved by bulletproof vests

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A 37-year-old man was charged Friday in the shooting of two suburban St. Louis police officers who were saved by their bulletproof vests.

Putin looks for quick win, but voter apathy worries Kremlin

MOSCOW (AP) — Russia's presidential election campaign formally lasts only three months, and President Vladimir Putin wants to make it as short as possible.

EU sees new 'dramatically difficult' phase in Brexit talks

BRUSSELS (AP) — With British Prime Minister Theresa May already back home, European Union leaders stood united Friday in saluting the outcome of the first phase of Brexit negotiations, but warned London it will be "dramatically difficult" to get a full departure deal by the March 2019 deadline.

Court rules for AP in reporter impersonation document fight

WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal appeals court has sided with reporters in a court fight over documents that began after an FBI agent pretended to be an Associated Press journalist while investigating bomb threats at a Washington state high school.

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