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French jets destroy depot of extremists

French jets destroy depot of extremists

PARIS -- French fighter jets embarked on their first airstrikes against militants of the Islamic State, President Francois Hollande said Friday, one day after he pledged to join the United States in its offensive against the group in Iraq. U.S. goal: Train 5,000 rebels, have them...

Grain losses rise to $15.7 million

Farmers and others in the grain industry say that Turner Grain Merchandising Inc. in Brinkley and related businesses have failed t...

$993,780 approved for school Net study

Several state senators questioned the cost and the need for a study capped at $993,780 to assess broadband access, equipment and c...

State picks $98.4 million bid to swap out Broadway Bridge

The Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department accepted the lowest of four bids Friday to replace the Broadway Bridge in what ...
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Tax-cut friction heats governor debate

Gubernatorial candidates Mike Ross and Asa Hutchinson jousted Friday night about their tax-cut plans, their records in Congress and negative campaign ads during a debate that Hutchinson called "a little heated."

Grain losses rise to $15.7 million

Farmers and others in the grain industry say that Turner Grain Merchandising Inc. in Brinkley and related businesses have failed to pay them for crops valued at $15.7 million, according to the latest figure.

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Spaight leaving his mark

Martrell Spaight thought he might jump into major college football at Arkansas last year and immediately start delivering hard hits for his home-state Hogs.

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Three backup dancers sued Cher on Thursday, claiming they were wrongfully fired from her current tour and the singer engaged in racial discrimination to prevent another black dancer from joining her onstage.

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Tax-cut friction heats governor debate

Gubernatorial candidates Mike Ross and Asa Hutchinson jousted Friday night about their tax-cut plans, their records in Congress and negative campaign ads during a debate that Hutchinson called "a little heated."

Grain losses rise to $15.7 million

Farmers and others in the grain industry say that Turner Grain Merchandising Inc. in Brinkley and related businesses have failed to pay them for crops valued at $15.7 million, according to the latest figure.

Suffer the little children

They wiggle and squirm. Sometimes they cry. A lot. Infants and young children in church can be a challenge for pastors, and for worshippers.

French jets destroy depot of extremists

French fighter jets embarked on their first airstrikes against militants of the Islamic State, President Francois Hollande said Friday, one day after he pledged to join the United States in its offensive against the group in Iraq.

A step, or six, too far

Okay, fine, so many of us who live in the real world like the idea of guns in school. As long as those guns are held by trained, tested, mature, screened professionals, preferably with badges in their pockets, IDs around their necks and the world POLICE on their shirts. Should some nutcase decide to target a school--again--an officer on campus would do heaps more good than a No Guns Allowed sign on the schoolhouse door.

Spaight leaving his mark

Martrell Spaight thought he might jump into major college football at Arkansas last year and immediately start delivering hard hits for his home-state Hogs.

Police hunker down in ambush suspect's woods

CANADENSIS, Pa. (AP) — Authorities hunkered down early Saturday in the neighborhood where a man suspected in the fatal shooting of a Pennsylvania State Police trooper lived with his parents, raising hopes they had him cornered a week after the ambush outside a rural police barracks.

Security breached: Intruder gets into White House

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. Secret Service is coming under intense scrutiny after a man who hopped the White House fence made it all the way through the front door before being apprehended.

Kurds head to Syria from Turkey to fight militants

BEIRUT (AP) — Activists say hundreds of Kurdish fighters are crossing into Syria from Turkey to defend a Kurdish area under attack by Islamic State militants.

5 ways to protect yourself from data breaches

NEW YORK (AP) — Data breaches at retailers aren't going away but there are ways consumers can protect themselves from future heists of their payment card information.

News Guide: Steyer writes $15M to his super PAC

WASHINGTON (AP) — The political parties, their campaign committees and some of their super PACs faced a Saturday deadline to disclose how much donors gave and how much operatives spent in August. Highlights from the filings:

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