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Arkansas judge orders ex-dispatcher to pay $17.6M; she is liable for damages in suffering, death of boy

Arkansas judge orders ex-dispatcher to pay $17.6M; she is liable for damages in suffering, death of boy

A Pulaski County judge found a former Little Rock emergency call taker liable for $17.6 million related to the suffering and death of Le Yang, who in 2013 nearly drowned in an SUV submerged in a pond while he and his mom waited nearly an hour for rescue.

Technology director at Arkansas school district arrested on ...

A 45-year-old school worker has been arrested on sex charges after the district discovered "inappropriate" communications with a s...

1 killed, 2 hurt after car crosses centerline on Arkansas hi...

An Arkansas man died and two other people were injured Thursday in a collision that occurred after one vehicle crossed the centerl...

Arkansas store built in 1940s falls to flames; little left a...

A fire early Wednesday destroyed Crockett's Country Store in Harriet.

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