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Death sets Arkansas mother on crusade for mentally ill

Death sets Arkansas mother on crusade for mentally ill

PARAGOULD -- Kelsey Cox placed the cigarette between her lips, drew in a deep breath, letting it soothe her as it always did, and blew the smoke into a cloud, her mother said.

IV bags scarce, Arkansas hospitals carry on

Arkansas hospitals say a shortage of IV equipment is the worst they've ever seen but are optimistic it won't prevent patients from...

Thanksgiving projected to be busiest since 2005 despite gas ...

Gas prices are up this year, but Thanksgiving travel is expected to be, too.

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SPORTS: WALLY HALL

One call wipes out a day of good fortune

An odd week ended with a wacky game seemingly destined to be determined by fumbles and leave Arkansas champions ...

SPORTS: BRYAN HENDRICKS

Trout fishing proposals cause more excitement for biologists

Arkansas Game and Fish Commission fisheries biologists can't catch a break.

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Top junior college safety calls Arkansas visit 'great'

Junior college safety Aaron Maddox, who was one of five junior college prospects that visited Arkansas this weekend, called his trip to Fayetteville “great”.

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Developers adding a 'pocket'; tiny neighborhood going in near Arkansas River in North Little Rock

A new "pocket neighborhood" has joined a development renaissance underway in a lightly populated section of North Little Rock near the Arkansas River.

Sheriff: Arkansas man arrested in stabbing death of woman

Jackson County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a Tuckerman man on Saturday in the stabbing death of a woman inside her home, authorities said.

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At Little Rock reunion, Bill and Hillary Clinton, allies look back at ’92

Hillary and Bill Clinton reminisced about the former president’s White House run and their shared time in public office in front of supporters, past staff members and Democratic Party legacies in downtown Little Rock on Saturday.

Developers adding a 'pocket'; tiny neighborhood going in near Arkansas River in North Little Rock

A new "pocket neighborhood" has joined a development renaissance underway in a lightly populated section of North Little Rock near the Arkansas River.

Big Buzz

At first glance, the kudzu vines, honeycomb and giant bees spilling over the walls around The Hive -- the restaurant inside Bentonville's 21c Museum Hotel -- may seem like themed decor. However, closer inspection reveals curious objects and creatures that don't belong, imbuing the installation with mystery and even a sense of the macabre. The piece by Johnston Foster is titled "BuzzKill" and morphs The Hive itself into a work of art.

Deduction targeted to end in tax bill popular across U.S.; in Arkansas, fifth of filers claimed it in ’15

ATLANTA -- A popular deduction targeted to end in the GOP's overhaul of the tax code is claimed by more than a quarter of all filers in a majority of states, including many led by Republicans where some residents eventually stand to see their federal tax bills rise.

In era of climate change, don't build unnecessary oil and gas infrastructure

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The fossil fuel industry has been exceptionally influential this year, persuading a receptive Trump administration and Congress to give it weakened environmental and health regulations, expanded mining and drilling on public lands and greater use of coal-fired power plants.

Fleeting success: Luck, lead vanish for Hogs in 28-21 loss to Mississippi State

The Arkansas Razorbacks benefited from a couple of bizarre bounces and a kicked ball to grab leads against No. 16 Mississippi State on Saturday.

Trump era sparks new debate about nuclear war authority

WASHINGTON (AP) — It's hard to overstate how thoroughly the U.S. military has prepared for doomsday — the day America gets into a nuclear shooting war.

Woman says she was harassed by New York state employee

NEW YORK (AP) — An upstate New York woman struggling to find a place to live and a job after ending an abusive relationship said a state employee helped her, only to use it as an excuse to sexually harass and assault her, and the governor's office knew and did nothing to stop it, according to a lawsuit.

Figure known as 'Crocodile' could replace Zimbabwe president

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Emmerson Mnangagwa, elected Sunday as the new leader of Zimbabwe's ruling political party and positioned to take over as the country's leader, has engineered a remarkable comeback using skills he no doubt learned from his longtime mentor, President Robert Mugabe.

Mixed signals sent on fate of tax bill's health provision

WASHINGTON (AP) — Two of President Donald Trump's leading economic advisers sent mixed signals Sunday on the fate of a health care provision in the Senate version of a $1.5 trillion measure to overhaul business and personal income taxes that is expected to be voted on after Thanksgiving.

White House: True cost of opioid epidemic tops $500 billion

WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House says the true cost of the opioid drug epidemic in 2015 was $504 billion, or roughly half a trillion dollars.

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