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PHOTOS: Arkansas church destroyed in overnight fire

PHOTOS: Arkansas church destroyed in overnight fire

A pastor in Poyen is asking for prayers after his church, which he called instrumental in the small-town community of nearly 300 residents, was destroyed in an overnight fire.

Woman, 39, found dead in car in Arkansas; 1 in custody

A 42-year-old man is in custody after Russellville’s first homicide of 2016, which was reported Wednesday morning, according to po...

Arkansas man sentenced to life in prison in double homicide

MOUNTAIN HOME — A Gassville man has been sentenced to life in prison in the double homicide of a Midway couple in November.

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EDITORIAL: JOHN BRUMMETT

But he didn't say it ...

Donald Trump explains that he does not engage in unsubstantiated attacks.

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Magazine disregards definition of SEC tough

Athlon Sports already has named its top 25 toughest schedules for the upcoming college football season, declaring Southern Cal's ...

SPORTS: BRYAN HENDRICKS

Baiting hot topic at CWD forums

Deer hunters expressed different perspectives at the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission meetings held Tuesday to discuss proposed chronic ...

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Russellville slaying suspect in custody

A 42-year-old man is in custody after Russellville's first homicide of 2016, police said.

Martin's road leads to 'jewel'

The career of Arkansas' greatest motor sports star began on the back roads near his home in Batesville.

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CEO pay up 4.5% though stocks flat

Chief executive officers at the biggest U.S. companies got on average a 4.5 percent pay raise last year. That's almost double the typical American worker's, and a lot more than investors earned from owning their stocks.

Woman wrecks car, then falls 60 feet off cliff

NEW SCOTLAND, N.Y. — Authorities say a woman wrecked her car, ran into the woods when responding officers showed up and fell about 60 feet off a cliff in New York.

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Arkansas Court of Appeals

The Arkansas Court of Appeals released opinions Wednesday. The court's ruling and the names of the cases are reprinted here. The full opinions and other court proceedings, including per curiam decisions, orders and submissions, can be found on the Internet at courts.state.ar.us.

CEO pay up 4.5% though stocks flat

Chief executive officers at the biggest U.S. companies got on average a 4.5 percent pay raise last year. That's almost double the typical American worker's, and a lot more than investors earned from owning their stocks.

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Sanders not ruling out 'messy' season for party

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia and his push to make the party more inclusive could get "messy."

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Our talented cartoonist/artist/caricaturist/drawer in this opinion outfit, the estimable and enduring John Deering, drew a cartoon for this page that we enjoy reprinting above. Once again, the topic was Little Rock's schools and its demographics. How timely. How newsworthy. How appropriate.

Martin's road leads to 'jewel'

The career of Arkansas' greatest motor sports star began on the back roads near his home in Batesville.

Report traces arc of Hillary Clinton server, agency failures

WASHINGTON (AP) — Eight days before Hillary Clinton took office as secretary of state in January 2009, an aide to former President Bill Clinton quietly registered a new internet address for the couple. That trivial but deliberate online purchase is the earliest known hint of the private email system that now plagues the presumptive Democratic nominee's presidential campaign.

More testimony on future of a dangerous jail in New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A federal court hearing is set to resume Thursday on whether operation of New Orleans' notoriously dangerous jail should be turned over to an independent third party.

France: Day of strikes, protests, fuel blockades over labor

LE HAVRE, France (AP) — With union activists disrupting fuel supplies, trains and nuclear plants, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls opened the door Thursday to possible changes in a labor bill that has sparked intensifying strikes and protests — but insisted the government will not abandon it.

Japan urges G-7 to urgently tackle global economic risks

ISE, Japan (AP) — Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe urged fellow leaders of the Group of Seven advanced economies to unite Thursday in forging a more urgent, coordinated response to the faltering global recovery.

Report traces arc of Hillary Clinton server, agency failures

WASHINGTON (AP) — Eight days before Hillary Clinton took office as secretary of state in January 2009, an aide to former President Bill Clinton quietly registered a new internet address for the couple. That trivial but deliberate online purchase is the earliest known hint of the private email system that now plagues the presumptive Democratic nominee's presidential campaign.

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