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City orders Arkansas' largest hotel to make repairs or be shut down

City orders Arkansas' largest hotel to make repairs or be shut down

Arkansas’ largest hotel has been ordered to make repairs to the recently purchased property or it could shut down this fall.

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EDITORIAL: JOHN BRUMMETT

JOHN BRUMMETT: The purpose it serves

The debate over Confederate monuments cries out for the thoughtful public dialogue that those grotesquely un-American neo-Nazis defiled Saturday ...

SPORTS: WALLY HALL

Grounded Rattlers to earn bus full of money

It started with a simple story in the Tallahassee Democrat about how the Florida A&M Rattlers would bus to ...

SPORTS: BRYAN HENDRICKS

'Mama's Spot' on the money

With a big assist from Mom, Travis Fox of Rogers finished second at the Forrest Wood Cup on Sunday ...

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Razorback players embrace Stortzum's training table idea

Lucas Stortzum joined the Arkansas football program on Feb. 20 to become the assistant director of football operations, and he brought a few ideas with him.

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Online sales, solid store traffic gives Wal-Mart 2Q boost

BENTONVILLE — Americans are going into Walmart stores and they're spending money on its website, pushing the performance of the world's biggest retailer beyond Wall Street expectations during the second-quarter.

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Ex-student apologizes to UA, professor over photo from 'pro-white' rally

The 33-year-old man photographed on Friday wearing an "Arkansas Engineering" T-shirt at a widely condemned Charlottesville, Va., rally said he never intended to bring shame to the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.

Trump's business councils disband

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Chief Executive Officer Doug McMillon no longer has to weigh the pros and cons of remaining a member of President Donald Trump's Strategic and Policy Forum.

Restaurant Transitions: James at Mill closes; Stoby's returns; work continues on Dairy Queen in Little Rock

James at the Mill has closed. The fine-dining establishment that opened in 1994 inside the Inn at the Mill in Johnson, outside Fayetteville, focused on chef Miles James.

Trump missed mark in painting 'both sides' at rally as aggressors, some in Arkansas say

After President Donald Trump painted "both sides" as violent aggressors in a deadly white-nationalist attack in Virginia, several Arkansas Republicans said Wednesday that they expected better from the nation's chief executive.

JOHN BRUMMETT: The purpose it serves

The debate over Confederate monuments cries out for the thoughtful public dialogue that those grotesquely un-American neo-Nazis defiled Saturday in Charlottesville.

Bielema pays Frank Broyles one final visit

Arkansas Razorbacks Coach Bret Bielema said he was able to go by and visit with Frank Broyles one final time last weekend.

Attacker drives van into Barcelona crowd; 13 dead, 50 hurt

BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — A white van jumped up onto a sidewalk and sped down a pedestrian zone Thursday in Barcelona's historic Las Ramblas district, swerving from side to side as it plowed into tourists and residents. Police said 13 people were killed and more than 50 wounded in what they called a terror attack.

Wisconsin city to remove deteriorating 9/11 memorial

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — The city of Green Bay will soon remove a 9/11 memorial that bears inaccurate information and has deteriorated amid eastern Wisconsin's harsh winters.

Attacker drives van into Barcelona crowd; 13 dead, 50 hurt

BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — A white van jumped up onto a sidewalk and sped down a pedestrian zone Thursday in Barcelona's historic Las Ramblas district, swerving from side to side as it plowed into tourists and residents. Police said 13 people were killed and more than 50 wounded in what they called a terror attack.

Tech companies banishing extremists after Charlottesville

NEW YORK (AP) — It took bloodshed in Charlottesville to get tech companies to do what civil rights groups have been calling for for years: take a firmer stand against accounts used to promote hate and violence.

Trump decries monument removals, 'history ripped apart'

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump bitingly decried the rising movement to pull down monuments to Confederate icons Thursday, declaring the nation is seeing "the history and culture of our great country being ripped apart."

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