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Benton trio due back on 'America's Got Talent' tonight

Benton trio due back on 'America's Got Talent' tonight

Triple Threat, the singing trio from Benton who wowed the judges on America's Got Talent earlier this season, will appear for a second time Tuesday night. The group, which consists of singers Caleb Conrad, Tyler Davis and Will Richey, first advanced in the competition in an episo...

Woman fatally shot at NLR apartments; arrest made

A 26-year-old woman has been arrested in the killing of a woman found fatally shot Monday night at an apartment complex in North L...

Rumors rile neighborhood page during SWAT callout

As North Little Rock police checked on a man's well-being inside a home Monday night, a gunshot from inside prompted authorities t...

Eagles bring history, hits to Verizon Arena

History of the Eagles, they called it. Glenn Frey and Don Henley came across like college professors for a time at Verizon Arena M...

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Arkansas highway commission approves bid for interchanges

LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas State Highway Commission has approved a $1.8 million bid for improvements to 25 interchanges on several highways in seven counties.

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The Kansas City Royals and Los Angeles Angels entered Monday's games leading their respective divisions in the American League.

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Getting it straight

US Bank is the trustee for an unidentified owner that holds trust preferred securities in Acme Holding Co., parent company of Allied Bank of Mulberry. An article in Sunday's editions incorrectly identified the federal government as the owner of the trust preferred securities.

Benton trio due back on 'America's Got Talent' tonight

Triple Threat, the singing trio from Benton who wowed the judges on "America's Got Talent" earlier this season, will appear for a second time Tuesday night.

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Senators put bank revival in road bill

Senators overruled heated conservative opposition Monday and added a measure reviving the federal Export-Import Bank to highway legislation. Earlier in the day, a House Republican had declared the transportation bill dead on arrival.

Eagles bring history, hits to Verizon Arena

History of the Eagles, they called it. Glenn Frey and Don Henley came across like college professors for a time at Verizon Arena Monday night, teaching and explaining.

Senators put bank revival in road bill

Senators overruled heated conservative opposition Monday and added a measure reviving the federal Export-Import Bank to highway legislation. Earlier in the day, a House Republican had declared the transportation bill dead on arrival.

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Play ball, wait for call

The Kansas City Royals and Los Angeles Angels entered Monday's games leading their respective divisions in the American League.

NY prison worker pleads guilty in escape of 2 killers

PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. (AP) — A prison worker who was "in over her head" with two inmates convicted of murder tearfully pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges of aiding them by smuggling hacksaw blades and other tools to the pair, who broke out and spent three weeks on the run.

Mom of decapitated woman says she feels sorry for suspect

PHOENIX (AP) — A Phoenix mother said she feels sorry for a man suspected of decapitating her adult daughter, explaining that he has a history of mental illness.

Lawyers: Convicted spy Pollard to be paroled in November

WASHINGTON (AP) — Attorneys for Jonathan Pollard, who has served nearly 30 years in prison for spying for Israel, said Tuesday the U.S. has granted him parole and he will be released in November.

US indexes advance on strong earnings; China stabilizes

NEW YORK (AP) — Global stock markets steadied and U.S. markets advanced Tuesday, as investors were encouraged by strong results from UPS, Ford and other big companies.

Lawyers: Convicted spy Pollard to be paroled in November

WASHINGTON (AP) — Attorneys for Jonathan Pollard, who has served nearly 30 years in prison for spying for Israel, said Tuesday the U.S. has granted him parole and he will be released in November.

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