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Arkansas bashes Texas in College World Series opener

Arkansas bashes Texas in College World Series opener

Arkansas plays again at 6 p.m. Tuesday against either Florida or Texas Tech.

4 killed in train-car crash at Arkansas railroad crossing, s...

Four people were killed in a crash Saturday evening involving a train at a railroad crossing in eastern Arkansas, state police sai...

VA therapist yanked from clinic in central Arkansas

Larry Hay's Army tour in Vietnam was a half century ago, long before he married Margaret, his wife of 34 years.

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ARKANSAS: JENNIFER CHRISTMAN

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PERSPECTIVE: PAUL GREENBERG

PAUL GREENBERG: Enemy of the peace

The best word for this American administration may be mercurial. If not, it'll do till a better term emerges ...

EDITORIAL: REX NELSON

REX NELSON: The Pragmatist

I'm sipping coffee on the second-floor balcony of the Captain Henderson House in Arkadelphia, one of the best bed-and-breakfast ...

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Sonn shows out for first SEC offer

Junior receiver Makholven Sonn showed up and showed out at the Razorback Night Camp on Saturday and left with an Arkansas offer.

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Arkansas trucking companies in market for drivers

Stallion Transportation Group ran into a problem after adding 15 trucks to its Beebe-based fleet earlier this year.

Arkansas parents jailed after 1-year-old, 3-year-old found bruised, cut

The parents of a 1-year-old and a 3-year-old are facing felony charges in Miller County on accusations of physical abuse of the children.

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Legislator-graft case spotlights Arkansas ethics-law flaws

A lobbyist whose firm spent $3.5 million in Arkansas reported total legislator-related expenses of only $12,170 from 2010 to 2017, a comparison of his federal guilty plea and state ethics records show.

Arkansas trucking companies in market for drivers

Stallion Transportation Group ran into a problem after adding 15 trucks to its Beebe-based fleet earlier this year.

Abe pledges Japan's aid in nuke removal

The summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un built a foundation for denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula, but the process needs to be verifiable and irreversible, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said in a television interview Saturday.

PAUL GREENBERG: Enemy of the peace

The best word for this American administration may be mercurial. If not, it'll do till a better term emerges to describe its chief executive and master deal maker, Donald J. Trump, who one day is threatening the North Korean regime with fire and fury unless it abandons its nuclear weapons and the next is promising both trade and aid if only it will mend its ways.

Chaos at windy Open

The only thing that spared Dustin Johnson from another U.S. Open implosion is that everyone around him suffered on a Shinnecock Hills course that even the USGA conceded got out of hand Saturday afternoon.

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