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Migrant detainees to be housed at 2 bases in Texas UPDATE

Migrant detainees to be housed at 2 bases in Texas

EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska — U.S. defense officials say the Trump administration has chosen two military bases in Texas — Fort Bliss and Goodfellow Air Force Base — to house detained migrants.

GOP leaders eye new bill on family separations at border

WASHINGTON — Top House Republicans are discussing legislation aimed at curbing the separation of migrant families at the border, G...

Little Rock unveils 1st e-kiosk today; 7-foot-tall device ta...

A 7-foot-tall, touch-screen kiosk will be unveiled today in Little Rock's River Market area, filled with local content, ads and in...

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

NETFLIX PICKS: Alaina Blake & Dylan Hawf, a married Eureka Springs music duo, got an unexpected gift before their ...


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 ...


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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SUV, camper overturn in crash, state police say; Arkansan killed

A 58-year-old Arkansas man was killed in a crash Sunday in which his SUV and a camper being towed by another vehicle overturned, authorities said.

Agency approves renaming Beaver Lake as OmaHog Lake for College World Series

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has decreed that Beaver Lake will be known as OmaHog Lake for the remainder of the College World Series, removing the mascot of the Razorbacks' opponent in the national championship.


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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.

Third Arkansas teen arrested in fatal shootings of 17-year-olds, police say

Pine Bluff police arrested a third person Sunday in connection with a shooting last week that left two people dead, authorities said.

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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.

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.

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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