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State police: Brinkley man kills father, robs grandmother

State police: Brinkley man kills father, robs grandmother

Authorities are looking for a Monroe County man who is suspected of killing his father and robbing his grandmother at gunpoint. Dustin Burrow, 29, of Brinkley is suspected of killing his father, Carl Burrow, 62, outside his father’s home on Burrow Lane, just west of Brinkley, Ar...

Jonesboro police chief suspended after social media comments

Jonesboro Mayor Harold Perrin has suspended the city's police chief for 30 days without pay over comments he made on social media ...

Woman dies after Bryant hit-and-run

The Bryant Police Department confirmed Friday that a 20-year-old woman who was hit by a truck in a Bryant Target parking lot Thurs...
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Undersized nose guard up for big test

Arkansas will line up a nose tackle named Taiwan against Auburn's All-American center in the Razorbacks' season opener.

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Florida LB includes UA in top 10, pencils in visit

Arkansas is expected to get an official visit from one of top defensive targets, linebacker Derrick Graham.

Judge: Allens remnant's bills stay

A bankruptcy judge has overruled objections by Veg Liquidation, the former owners of defunct Allens Inc., to nearly all of $1.16 million in unpaid bills claimed by a produce company.

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Loss of QB creates hole on offense for Hornets

Maumelle averaged 4.8 victories per season from 2007 to 2012, but the Hornets broke through for a 10-3 record last season and advanced to the third round of the Class 4A football state playoffs.

Neville ranges widely, his superb voice steady

HOT SPRINGS -- You could describe the voice of Aaron Neville as a national treasure and probably get no argument from the sold-out crowd that filled the Oaklawn racetrack's Finish Line Theater space Thursday night for one of the more tasteful shows that has been presented there.

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Ruling finalizes desegregation pact

A federal judge on Thursday issued a consent judgment that incorporates the Jan. 13 settlement agreement, dismisses some of the parties and describes the court's role going forward in the long-running Pulaski County school desegregation lawsuit.

Poultry processors earn safety kudos

Nearly 100 chicken and turkey facilities were recognized during the National Safety Conference for the Poultry Industry -- including 14 Arkansas facilities.

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Journalist's killing spurs U.S. launch of criminal inquiry

WASHINGTON -- The FBI and federal prosecutors have launched a criminal investigation into the beheading of American journalist James Foley by militants from the Islamic State extremist group, with Attorney General Eric Holder vowing Thursday that those responsible for the videotaped slaying will be held responsible.

Austin Allen set at backup

When Arkansas quarterback Brandon Allen suffered a shoulder injury in the third game last season, coaches didn't feel Austin Allen was ready to take over.

Russian aid trucks begin to leave Ukraine

DONETSK, Russia (AP) — Some of the trucks in a Russian aid convoy that entered Ukraine in a move denounced by Kiev as an invasion are returning to Russia.

Thousands to march against NY chokehold death

NEW YORK (AP) — Thousands of marchers are expected to protest the death of an unarmed black man who was placed in a chokehold by a white New York police officer.

Russian aid trucks begin to leave Ukraine

DONETSK, Russia (AP) — Some of the trucks in a Russian aid convoy that entered Ukraine in a move denounced by Kiev as an invasion are returning to Russia.

After Ferguson: Calls for police 'body cameras'

NEW YORK (AP) — What if Michael Brown's last moments had been recorded?

Gov't warns US retailers about hacking software

WASHINGTON (AP) — More than 1,000 U.S. retailers could be infected with malicious software lurking in their cash register computers, allowing hackers to steal customer financial data, the Homeland Security Department said Friday.

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