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Police identify Little Rock officer who fatally shot man outside shopping center

Police identify Little Rock officer who fatally shot man outside shopping center

Little Rock police on Monday identified an off-duty officer who fatally shot a man during what authorities say was an attempted robbery.

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Anderson, Hogs quieting the critics

A few weeks ago, the chatter surrounding this Arkansas basketball team was starting to sound a lot like it ...

ARKANSAS: LINDA HAYMES

PAPER TRAILS: Musicians to play for one of own

BANDING TOGETHER: Musicians are often known for taking care of one another, and here is another example of such. ...

SPORTS: WALLY HALL

Top 16 seeds prove worthy over two weeks

Just two weeks ago Saturday, the NCAA announced its first ever pre-Selection Sunday top 16 seeds for the NCAA ...

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POLL: Bill seeks to allow Arkansas doctors to refuse care over 'conscience' concerns

Family Council-backed legislation introduced last week would allow medical professionals and health care facilities and payers to refuse treatment for patients if doing so would interfere with their "conscience."

Banks roll out Venmo-style payments app

For years, banks have watched as their youngest customers split restaurant checks, shared utility bills, and pitched in for parties using third-party payment apps such as Venmo. Now, they're trying to take back the person-to-person payments business by offering an app of their own.

WATCH: 'Moonlight' wins top Oscar, finally; best picture award first mistakenly given to 'La La Land'

LOS ANGELES -- Moonlight won the best picture trophy Sunday at the Academy Awards in an upset that followed Warren Beatty at first reading the wrong winner.

White House waiting on Russia-probe move

A White House spokesman said Sunday that it's premature to say that Attorney General Jeff Sessions should recuse himself and appoint a special prosecutor to look into Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. election aimed at helping elect Donald Trump.

BRADLEY R. GITZ: Here to stay

The difficulty Republicans in Congress are encountering in trying to repeal the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) tells us a great deal about the way the welfare state works and why it always grows larger.

A sweet 16th: Kurt Busch avoids wrecks, wins Daytona 500 at last

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Decked in Monster gear, chugging a tall boy of the energy drink as he was flanked by scantily clad models, Kurt Busch celebrated the biggest victory of his racing career.

House probe into Russia ties to Trump off to rocky start

WASHINGTON (AP) — A simmering dispute between leaders of the House intelligence committee spilled into the public Monday over an investigation into whether President Donald Trump has ties to Russia, even as they pledged to conduct a bipartisan probe.

4 dead, 2 injured after plane hits houses in California

RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) — Four people died and two were injured when a small plane carrying a family returning from a cheerleading competition crashed into two Southern California homes and sparked a major fire Monday, authorities said.

Oscar-winning Syrian group hopes award will stop 'massacres'

BEIRUT (AP) — A young volunteer in the Syrian search-and-rescue group featured in an Academy Award-winning documentary said Monday he hopes the award will help stop "massacres" in his country, and described a U.S. decision to block him from traveling to Los Angeles for the Oscars as "America's loss."

Starbucks CEO says chain ready to enter Italy after 35 years

MILAN (AP) — Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz's vision for the chain was largely inspired by the coffee bars he saw on his first trip to Milan more than three decades ago. But it took the company growing to about 26,000 stores in 75 countries in win the credibility he felt necessary to make the leap into the country that gave the world espresso.

House probe into Russia ties to Trump off to rocky start

WASHINGTON (AP) — A simmering dispute between leaders of the House intelligence committee spilled into the public Monday over an investigation into whether President Donald Trump has ties to Russia, even as they pledged to conduct a bipartisan probe.

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