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2017 ECLIPSE: Arkansans trek to Missouri, stand in moon’s shadow

2017 ECLIPSE: Arkansans trek to Missouri, stand in moon’s shadow

FULTON, Mo. -- The first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in almost a century cut a swath across America on Monday, turning day into night for as long as 2 minutes and 40 seconds for people in a 70-mile-wide path from Oregon to South Carolina.

Deal struck in Arkansas high school football player's wrongf...

FAYETTEVILLE -- A tentative settlement has been reached in a wrongful arrest lawsuit brought by a former Fayetteville High School ...

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EDITORIAL: JOHN BRUMMETT

JOHN BRUMMETT: A compromise broached

In a continued spirit of civil dialogue, let us remain constructive and consider today a proposed compromise on Confederate ...

EDITORIAL: MIKE MASTERSON

MIKE MASTERSON: Mustard on that burger?

If you haven't met Newton County Sheriff Keith Slape, you've missed knowing a man who strikes me as the ...

SPORTS: RICHARD DAVENPORT

High-scoring Texan says Hogs will get official visit

Keonte Kennedy, one of the nation's better scoring guards, plans to officially visit Arkansas during the Sept. 8-10 weekend.

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In $391M deal, Arvest bank buys Little Rock-based Bear State Financial

Fayetteville-based Arvest Bank has reached an agreement to buy Little Rock-based Bear State Financial in a deal worth more than $390 million, according to a joint news release from the two institutions.

Standout defensive end on Hogs '88 championship team dies at 51

Kerry Owens, a standout defensive end as a senior on the Arkansas Razorbacks' 1988 Southwest Conference championship team, died Saturday at his home in Denver. He was 51.

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Wal-Mart adds 2 cities to Uber trial

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has introduced its grocery delivery service in two additional markets, expanding a pilot program that began last year as it explores ways to provide convenience for customers and compete with retailers such as Amazon.com.

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Wal-Mart adds 2 cities to Uber trial

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has introduced its grocery delivery service in two additional markets, expanding a pilot program that began last year as it explores ways to provide convenience for customers and compete with retailers such as Amazon.com.

2017 ECLIPSE: Arkansans trek to Missouri, stand in moon’s shadow

FULTON, Mo. -- The first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in almost a century cut a swath across America on Monday, turning day into night for as long as 2 minutes and 40 seconds for people in a 70-mile-wide path from Oregon to South Carolina.

JOHN BRUMMETT: A compromise broached

In a continued spirit of civil dialogue, let us remain constructive and consider today a proposed compromise on Confederate monuments.

Standout defensive end on Hogs '88 championship team dies at 51

Kerry Owens, a standout defensive end as a senior on the Arkansas Razorbacks' 1988 Southwest Conference championship team, died Saturday at his home in Denver. He was 51.

4 accidents, 2 deadly, raise questions about Navy operations

BANGKOK (AP) — One major U.S. Navy collision may be an accident. Twice in two months could be a coincidence. Or it could point to a bigger failing in how the U.S. navigates its warships around the world.

Heavy rains lead to water rescues in Kansas City area

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Authorities have rescued more than a dozen stranded drivers after heavy rains soaked parts of Kansas City, Missouri, and its suburbs.

4 accidents, 2 deadly, raise questions about Navy operations

BANGKOK (AP) — One major U.S. Navy collision may be an accident. Twice in two months could be a coincidence. Or it could point to a bigger failing in how the U.S. navigates its warships around the world.

How a dangerous Takata air bag made its way into a used car

DETROIT (AP) — A lawsuit alleges that a dangerous Takata air bag should have been recalled before going from a wrecked car to a salvage yard, eventually ending up in a 2002 Honda Accord and nearly killing a Las Vegas woman.

Senate panel plans 2 hearings on girding health insurance

WASHINGTON (AP) — Leaders of the Senate health committee say they are scheduling two hearings early next month on how the nation's individual health insurance marketplaces can be stabilized.

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