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Streets calm after 71 arrested in Cleveland protests

Streets calm after 71 arrested in Cleveland protests

CLEVELAND — The streets returned to calm Sunday after police arrested dozens of demonstrators overnight when protests grew increasingly aggressive in the wake of a patrolman's acquittal in the deaths of two unarmed black suspects. In total, 71 people were arrested, including seve...

Flash flood warning in effect in western Arkansas counties

A flash flood warning is in effect in seven western Arkansas counties as a large area of thunderstorms moves into the area. The Na...

Residents rescued from flooded homes in Texas, Oklahoma

WIMBERLEY, Texas — Flooding in Texas and Oklahoma has led to numerous evacuations and rescues and the death of a firefighter. The ...
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NATE ALLEN

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The unseasonably cool, rainy weather throughout Arkansas would be great preparation for Coach Chris Bucknam's Razorbacks men and Coach ...

LINDA HAYMES

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God movie No. 2 casts for actors

ROLL 'EM! A casting call is out in the Little Rock area for a sequel to the popular faith-based ...

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No doubt James great, but NBA's greatest?

LeBron James is starting to stomp on sacred ground.

Benton County Restaurant Inspections

Information is from state Health Department records. Restaurants are listed in order of inspection date. All reports are from regular food service food store inspections unless otherwise noted.

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Dixon loses speed late, fades to fourth

Scott Dixon had his second Indianapolis 500 victory in sight and a powerful Chevrolet that led him to believe he could park it in victory lane.

TV News shows

Lineup of guests for today's TV news shows: ABC's This Week -- Gov. John Kasich, R-Ohio; Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn. 8 a.m., KATV, Channel 7, Little Rock.

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Benton County Restaurant Inspections

Information is from state Health Department records. Restaurants are listed in order of inspection date. All reports are from regular food service food store inspections unless otherwise noted.

Ports turn to machinery sans drivers

Next year, deckhands on ships docked at Middle Harbor on California's San Pedro Bay won't see many people on the wharf. Remote-controlled cranes towering 165 feet overhead will pluck containers from vessels' holds, and driverless trucks guided by magnets embedded in the asphalt will carry cargo to robotic hoists in a sorting yard.

Are apps apt?

It started with a Walkman.

Call-data collecting by NSA begins ebb

The National Security Agency has begun winding down its collection and storage of American phone records after the Senate failed to agree on a path forward to change or extend the once-secret program ahead of its expiration at the end of the month.

The end of history

Think of a glorious, leaf-strewn fall afternoon on a football weekend in what was then a small university town in the Midwest, and how you could hear the roar of the crowd in Tiger Stadium clear across little Columbia, Mo., as it echoed and re-echoed. I never made it to a game, not being a football fan then or now. Instead, I had the deserted downtown all to myself those golden Saturdays, and could wander around it to my heart's content--with no throngs of students crowding the streets. For I was definitely a fan of small towns, then as now.

No Baum regional: 4 from SEC to host

Arkansas' baseball team, which just returned home from a 12-day road trip, will be traveling again for the NCAA Tournament.

Ex-Israeli Premier Olmert sentenced to 8 months in prison

JERUSALEM (AP) — Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was sentenced Monday to eight months in prison for unlawfully accepting money from a U.S. supporter, capping the dramatic downfall of a man who only years earlier led the country and hoped to bring about a historic peace agreement with the Palestinians.

Couple missing for 2 weeks found in California wilderness

WARNER SPRINGS, Calif. (AP) — A couple missing for two weeks were found Sunday in a remote part of San Diego County with the elderly husband dead and his wife severely dehydrated, after surviving on just rain water and some food, authorities said.

French president revives political duo with his ex

PARIS (AP) — Someone has been appearing more and more often alongside French President Francois Hollande on official visits abroad and in high-level meetings in Elysee Palace. It's no ordinary someone — it's Segolene Royal, the president's ex-partner and mother of his four children, and one of his most prominent government ministers.

Artsy coffee chain Blue Bottle brews long queues in Tokyo

TOKYO (AP) — Japan, famous for green tea, is welcoming artisanal American coffee roaster Blue Bottle with long lines that have at times meant a four-hour wait for a cup.

Defense chief: Iraqis showed no will to fight at Ramadi

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Islamic State group's takeover of the provincial capital Ramadi is stark evidence that Iraqi forces lack the "will to fight," Defense Secretary Ash Carter said in a TV interview that aired Sunday. The harsh assessment raised new questions about the Obama administration's strategy to defeat the extremist group that has seized a strategically important swath of the Middle East.

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