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UA joins wave on sports suites

UA joins wave on sports suites

The University of Arkansas athletic department doesn't have an official waiting list for businesses or individuals wanting to lease some of the 133 suites in Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium on the Fayetteville campus. Athletic Director Jeff Long said the department doe...

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Arkansas' best hot at Chile Pepper

To prepare their teams biggest preparation before their two biggest meets, the Arkansas Razorbacks men's and women's cross country ...


Razorbacks' defense closes it out this time

Both teams came into the fourth quarter with something to prove.


Chronic wasting disease could affect state hunting

Despite heroic efforts to keep chronic wasting disease out of Arkansas, its appearance is probably inevitable, according to our ...


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Law nets 1 case in first year

A law requiring aborted fetal tissue collected from girls 14 and younger to be turned over to the state Crime Laboratory has netted only one case in the first year after being put into effect, a state official said.

Wild-card games: No jokers in deck

Dallas Keuchel started the All-Star game, won 20 times and twice dominated the New York Yankees.


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'The Martian' lands with $55 million debut

NEW YORK — Ridley Scott's 3-D space epic <em>The Martian</em> touched down in theaters with a robust $55 million at the weekend box office.

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Dinner for 10 with governor an auction hit

Dinner with Gov. Asa Hutchinson was worth more to donors at a recent charity event than a one-year lease on a luxury SUV or a 3-carat diamond necklace.

Banking giant cuts down on drive-up lanes

Bank of America has been closing the drive-thru lanes at some of its 23 branches in Arkansas, a bank spokesman said last week.

Rock around the clock

JASPER -- The entrance to the ranch -- a high sign between two posts -- perches atop a hill. The road is narrow and rutted, overhung, claustrophobic at night. If you're approaching by car, bats cut through headlights, and it seems there's an abyss just beyond that sign.

Airstrike hits hospital in Afghan city; 19 die

At least 19 people were killed when a hospital run by Doctors Without Borders in the northern city of Kunduz was badly damaged early Saturday after it was hit by what appears to have been a U.S. airstrike.

There he goes again

Tom Cotton, the junior senator from Arkansas who sounds like a senior statesman when he discusses American foreign policy, or the lack thereof, was back at it Thursday, saying the Russian airstrikes against pro-Western forces in Syria "maybe the worst" day of this president's tenure. So far. There are so many bad days to choose from, it's a wonder how Senator/Captain Cotton can pick just one.

Wild-card games: No jokers in deck

Dallas Keuchel started the All-Star game, won 20 times and twice dominated the New York Yankees.

10 Things to Know for Today

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

Stories of survival emerge from East Coast rainstorm

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Relentless rains and floodwaters brought much of South Carolina to a standstill. Thousands warily watched rising creeks, others had to be rescued after water spilled into their homes. Still others helped save neighbors. The following are vignettes from people in the storm:

Campbell, Omura, Tu win Nobel medicine prize

STOCKHOLM (AP) — Three scientists from Ireland, Japan and China won the Nobel Prize in medicine on Monday for discoveries that helped doctors fight malaria and infections caused by roundworm parasites.

Stocks rise on expectations Fed won't hike rates this year

World stocks rose Monday after weak U.S. jobs data prompted expectations the Federal Reserve might postpone an interest rate hike.

House GOP in turmoil with new uncertainty in speaker race

WASHINGTON (AP) — House Republicans are in upheaval as their front-runner for speaker faces fresh opposition and conservatives push to postpone leadership elections.

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