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I-30 'split diamond' plan best pick, 3 say

I-30 'split diamond' plan best pick, 3 say

Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola, North Little Rock Mayor Joe Smith and Pulaski County Judge Barry Hyde have joined forces to support the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department's request to exempt the Interstate 30 corridor project from a regionwide policy that limits freew...

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I-30 'split diamond' plan best pick, 3 say

Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola, North Little Rock Mayor Joe Smith and Pulaski County Judge Barry Hyde have joined forces to support the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department's request to exempt the Interstate 30 corridor project from a regionwide policy that limits freeways to six lanes.

'Dogs bury past

When Bill Blankenship interviewed for the Fayetteville coaching position, he told the school's hiring committee he would have preferred the Bulldogs to have been runners-up in the Class 7A state championship the past five years.

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I-30 'split diamond' plan best pick, 3 say

Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola, North Little Rock Mayor Joe Smith and Pulaski County Judge Barry Hyde have joined forces to support the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department's request to exempt the Interstate 30 corridor project from a regionwide policy that limits freeways to six lanes.

Legacy Hotel's roots runs deep

At 102 years old, the Legacy Hotel in downtown Little Rock has had a lot of time to become both famous and infamous.

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'Dogs bury past

When Bill Blankenship interviewed for the Fayetteville coaching position, he told the school's hiring committee he would have preferred the Bulldogs to have been runners-up in the Class 7A state championship the past five years.

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German economy minister says EU-US trade talks have failed

BERLIN (AP) — Free trade talks between the European Union and the United States have failed, Germany's economy minister said Sunday, citing a lack of progress on any of the major sections of the long-running negotiations.

Clinton invokes father's memory to hit Trump on business

WARREN, Mich. (AP) — Hillary Clinton has landed on a very personal counterpunch to what she says is Donald Trump's checkered business past: her dad.

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