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Problems identified at the Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa in Hot Springs include electrical issues, fire code violations and cracks in the building’s exterior.

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Problems identified at the Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa in Hot Springs include electrical issues, fire code violations and cracks in the building’s exterior.

Landmark Arkansas hotel given deadline to address violations or close

The city of Hot Springs has informed the Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa that safety concerns stemming from years of neglect will close the landmark hotel if the problems aren't corrected by November. An Aug. 10 letter from Chief Building Official Mike Scott to Arlington General Manager Bob Martora...

Landmark Arkansas hotel given deadline to address violations or close

The city of Hot Springs has informed the Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa that safety concerns stemming from years of neglect will close the landmark hotel if the problems aren't corrected by November.

Auto sag dampens report on factories

WASHINGTON -- A slump in the auto industry drove U.S. factory output down in July and has kept it flat for months.

U.S. takes hard line in NAFTA talks

WASHINGTON -- Negotiations to revise the North American Free Trade Agreement began Wednesday with President Donald Trump's top trade official insisting that there are fundamental problems with the 23-year-old pact while Canadian and Mexican officials lauded NAFTA's benefits to the region and emphasized the importance of protecting those gains.

Tests show dicamba's volatility

The newest dicamba herbicides on the market -- approved by federal regulators less than a year ago -- are volatile, but less volatile than the older formulations that have always been illegal for in-crop use, according to recent tests by scientists with the University of Arkansas Agriculture Division.

Police plugging into fast-acting 'crime cam' developed by Arkansas company

A Bryant company has developed a security system with a camera and software that allows businesses to notify police when a crime is happening.

30 banks test well, gain Fed leeway

The Federal Reserve has given the green light to major banks in the U.S. to raise dividends and buy back shares, judging them to have a sturdy enough financial foundation to withstand a major economic downturn.

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