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Police: Man dies after being shot multiple times at North Little Rock apartment complex

Police: Man dies after being shot multiple times at North Little Rock apartment complex

A man died of gunshot wounds at a central Arkansas hospital after being shot Thursday night in North Little Rock, police say.

Knocked to ground by thief in central Arkansas Wal-Mart, 85-...

Authorities say an 85-year-old woman was knocked to the ground during a theft at a central Arkansas Wal-Mart on Monday.
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9-year-old Arkansas boy reported missing; search continues f...

Search and rescue teams are looking for a missing 9-year-old boy with autism in rural Madison County, according to authorities.

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Weekend Predictions: How about two Arkansas victories in Texas

An interesting week, especially in Arlington, Texas, where Arkansas will try to beat Texas A&M for the first time ...

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Texas safety set for Hogs' game

One of the nation's top junior prospects will be a guest of Arkansas, the home team for Saturday's game ...

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Rick's Picks: Har-Ber must maintain its focus on Rogers High

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Knocked to ground by thief in central Arkansas Wal-Mart, 85-year-old woman tells police

Authorities say an 85-year-old woman was knocked to the ground during a theft at a central Arkansas Wal-Mart on Monday.

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Not home? Wal-Mart wants to walk in, stock your fridge

NEW YORK — Wal-Mart is testing a new service that lets a delivery person walk into your home when you're not there to drop off packages or put groceries in the fridge.

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Little Rock's Central High reflects on 60 years, but racial chasm persists in district

Six decades after Arkansas' governor temporarily stopped nine black students from integrating Central High School, the campus is more diverse than ever, its principal said, as other public Little Rock high schools have become increasingly split by race and incomes.

Arkansas board recommends dicamba herbicide ban, sets hearing

The state Plant Board on Thursday recommended a ban on spraying the dicamba herbicide on cropland between April 16 and Oct. 31 and referred the issue to a public hearing on Nov. 8.

Little Rock's Riverdale to show 5 'art house' flicks

Because their box office receipts often aren't reported on E! and some of their stars aren't famous enough to get on TMZ, art theaters frequently don't get the recognition they deserve. In one egregious recent example, on March 22, IndieWire erroneously reported that Little Rock didn't have an art house cinema.

Trump steps up sanctions on N. Korea

President Donald Trump on Thursday ordered a widening of U.S. sanctions on North Korea to further constrict its trade with the outside world, as he presented a united front with South Korea and Japan and sought to forge a common strategy for confronting the isolated, nuclear-armed state.

DANA D. KELLEY: Emancipation asterisk

One of the more significant commemorations regarding the War Between the States is President Abraham Lincoln's Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation, which was signed on this date in 1862.

Puerto Rico faces weeks without electricity after Maria

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Puerto Rico faced another night of darkness Friday, two days after Hurricane Maria hurled rain and wind at the U.S. territory and knocked out its electricity grid. Residents feared power could be out for weeks - or even months - and wondered how their battered island would cope.

Texas asks court to allow its ban on 'sanctuary cities'

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — With immigrants and their advocates chanting and beating drums outside, a federal appeals court heard arguments Friday on whether it should allow a Texas law aimed at combatting "sanctuary cities" to immediately take effect.

In new setback, Uber to lose license to work in London

LONDON (AP) — Uber will lose its license to operate in London because it may be endangering public safety and security, the local regulator said Friday, in a severe blow to a company already facing big questions over its corporate culture.

In new setback, Uber to lose license to work in London

LONDON (AP) — Uber will lose its license to operate in London because it may be endangering public safety and security, the local regulator said Friday, in a severe blow to a company already facing big questions over its corporate culture.

Investigators reviewing HHS chief's private charter flights

WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal investigators are examining Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price's recent use of costly charter flights on the taxpayers' dime for official business.

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