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Hutchinson details budget for coming year

Hutchinson details budget for coming year

LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas' public schools, prisons and Medicaid program would receive boosts in funding while most other state agencies would see a small cut under a $5.2 billion budget plan Gov. Asa Hutchinson presented to lawmakers on Tuesday. Finance officials outlined a plan tha...

$7,500 reward offered after bald eagle shot in Arkansas

LITTLE ROCK — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission are seeking information about the recen...

Plaintiffs object to new arguments in Arkansas marriage case

LITTLE ROCK — Attorneys representing same-sex couples in Arkansas are objecting to the state's request for new oral arguments in a...
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State jobless rate falls again, hits 5.7%

Unemployment in Arkansas fell to 5.7 percent in December -- marking the fourth-straight month of declines, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics said Tuesday.

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Whirlpool questioned on cleanup's progress

Fort Smith city directors Tuesday questioned the progress that Whirlpool Corp. officials and representatives say they have made over the past year in eliminating a hazardous chemical tainting the ground under the company's closed plant and an adjoining neighborhood.

State jobless rate falls again, hits 5.7%

Unemployment in Arkansas fell to 5.7 percent in December -- marking the fourth-straight month of declines, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics said Tuesday.

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Whether you plan to spend this coming Sunday watching Super Bowl XLIX (5:30 p.m., NBC), Puppy Bowl XI (3 p.m., Animal Planet), Kitten Bowl II (11 a.m., Hallmark Channel) or commercials, you'll need some snacks to fuel all that time in front of the television or computer.

Stick to home, Northeast told as snow blows

NEW YORK -- As more than 35 million residents in the Northeast prepared for a powerful blizzard bearing down on the region, bringing with it near-hurricane-force winds along the coast and as much as 3 feet of snow, officials from New Jersey to Maine and north into Canada urged people to get off the roads and stay indoors.

This one's for the kids

Today, a handful of people at the Board of Education should decide that the kids and families of Little Rock have had just about enough of failing schools--and a failing school district--and take control of the city's schools.

QBs eager to add to their legacy

Tom Brady began winning Super Bowls when Russell Wilson was still a teenager, tuning in to see the big game on TV.

After setting iPhone record, what does Apple do next?

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Apple CEO Tim Cook says consumer demand for new iPhones has been "staggering" and "hard to comprehend." That helped the company report record-smashing earnings for its latest quarter and primed its stock for a rally Wednesday.

Prosecutors promise thorough probe of police killing of teen

DENVER (AP) — A passenger who was in a car when a 17-year-old girl was shot and killed by Denver police has disputed authorities' account of her death, saying officers opened fire before one of them was struck by the vehicle.

Hostage Mom's plea to Japan's leader: Please save Kenji

TOKYO (AP) — The mother of a Japanese hostage held by Islamic State group extremists appealed publicly Wednesday to Japan's leader to save her son after his captors purportedly issued what they said was a final death threat.

After setting iPhone record, what does Apple do next?

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Apple CEO Tim Cook says consumer demand for new iPhones has been "staggering" and "hard to comprehend." That helped the company report record-smashing earnings for its latest quarter and primed its stock for a rally Wednesday.

Military has wide discretion on Bergdahl charges

WASHINGTON (AP) — Army and Pentagon officials said Tuesday there has been no decision on what, if any, criminal charges will be filed against Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the soldier who left his post in Afghanistan and was held by the Taliban for five years before being released in a prisoner exchange.

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