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Future of base's old C-130Hs still uncertain

Future of base's old C-130Hs still uncertain

Climbing into the cockpit of a 100-foot-long, 40-foot-tall C-130, engine specialist Barry Wertz explained the differences between this plane, an H model, and the newer J model close by. "When you walk up here and you walk up into a J, you'll see something totally different," Wert...
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Surveillance network giving better images

Little Rock police cameras are producing higher-quality images as the department's surveillance network is integrated with a fiber...

Official aims to merge suits on encryption

When the Little Rock Police Department decided to go forward with encrypting its police radio frequencies, thereby cutting out the...

Green Forest woman killed in wreck; 2 hurt

A Labor Day wreck in Madison County left a Green Forest woman dead and two other people hurt, the Arkansas State Police said. A 20...
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Oklahoma tight end is a gem despite 3-star rating

Tight end Austin Cantrell of Roland, Okla., is a consensus 3-star prospect by national recruiting services, but that ranking ...

Greene County jail to start new video visitation system

PARAGOULD — An official with an eastern Arkansas county jail says he expects video visitation services for inmates to begin this week.

Report: Midwest economic index inched up in August

OMAHA, Neb.— A monthly economic survey index for nine Midwestern and Plains states, including Arkansas, rose slightly in August, suggesting growth is ahead.

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ASU coaches sigh after injury report

JONESBORO -- Arkansas State offensive coordinator Walt Bell joked last week about wrapping junior Michael Gordon up in bubble-wrap in hopes of protecting ASU only experienced running back.

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Rebels soften as talks start with Ukraine

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UA coach sees victory coming

Arkansas's 24-point loss to Auburn in Saturday's season-opener was numerically larger than last year's 35-17 setback to the Tigers.

6 militants killed in US Somalia strike

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New York: Bank didn't lend to blacks in Buffalo

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6 militants killed in US Somalia strike

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New York: Bank didn't lend to blacks in Buffalo

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6 militants killed in US Somalia strike

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