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Can’t afford to move Little Rock streetcar poles for I-30 project, transit agency tells state

Can’t afford to move Little Rock streetcar poles for I-30 project, transit agency tells state

The latest version of the $631.7 million 30 Crossing project will require Rock Region Metro to relocate 15 catenary poles used on its downtown streetcar system, mostly along a section of East Second Street in Little Rock.

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ARKANSAS: JENNIFER CHRISTMAN

PAPER TRAILS: Duo from Arkansas featured in TV's 'Ozark'; 'Little Rock' play opens in Big Apple

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SPORTS: WALLY HALL

WALLY HALL: Razorbacks, Trojans each have good week

It was a good week to be a University of Arkansas, Fayetteville Razorback and a University of Arkansas at ...

SPORTS: BROOKS KUBENA

Don't think Walker is all defensive

Natural light cascaded down the staircase seating, where alumni, professors and administrators set down their glasses of wine and ...

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Arkansas No. 1 in percentage of students at risk

In a survey of high school students in dozens of states, Arkansas held the top spot in the percentage of students who had ever been forced to have sex, driven while drinking, seriously considered suicide or been bullied on school property.

COLLEGE WORLD SERIES PREVIEW: Hogs rotation set vs. Beavers with Knight on mound

Oregon State's pitching rotation, pristine and clean heading into the College World Series, has turned into a jumble during the Beavers' run-scoring binge through the loser's bracket with top arms Luke Heimlich and Bryce Fehmel struggling in two starts each.

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Turner Grain tangles keep court untying

Turner Grain Merchandising Inc. owed farmers millions of dollars when it closed its doors nearly four years ago and the huge knot created by the grain broker's bankruptcy is slowly being untangled by the courts.

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Two Pine Bluff teenagers were arrested and charged over the weekend in connection with the Thursday shooting deaths of two teens.

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Arkansas No. 1 in percentage of students at risk

In a survey of high school students in dozens of states, Arkansas held the top spot in the percentage of students who had ever been forced to have sex, driven while drinking, seriously considered suicide or been bullied on school property.

Distillers seeing glass half-empty

Much of the rye whiskey aging in hundreds of barrels at Catoctin Creek Distillery in Virginia could end up being consumed in Europe, a market the 9-year-old distilling company has cultivated at considerable cost.

'Invaders' lose right to court, Trump tweets; instant deportations urged

President Donald Trump on Sunday advocated depriving undocumented workers of due-process rights, arguing that people who cross the border into the United States illegally are invaders and must immediately be deported without trial or an appearance before a judge.

CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: A bird, a plane, it's ...

The following Charles Krauthammer column was originally published on Dec. 13, 1985. Dr. Krauthammer died Thursday at age 68. This is only one example of his fine work. S.E. Cupp will return next week.

COLLEGE WORLD SERIES PREVIEW: Hogs rotation set vs. Beavers with Knight on mound

Oregon State's pitching rotation, pristine and clean heading into the College World Series, has turned into a jumble during the Beavers' run-scoring binge through the loser's bracket with top arms Luke Heimlich and Bryce Fehmel struggling in two starts each.

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