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Sheriff’s deputies escort restaurateur Quenton King (right) out of a Pulaski County courtroom Thursday after he was convicted of capital murder.

PHOTO BY Benjamin Krain
Sheriff’s deputies escort restaurateur Quenton King (right) out of a Pulaski County courtroom Thursday after he was convicted of capital murder.

premiumArkansas restaurateur killed pregnant mistress, jury decides

Restaurateur Quenton King was sentenced to life in prison Thursday for killing his pregnant mistress, a woman prosecutors said had unintentionally provoked his wrath by publicly revealing the impending birth of their daughter. That disclosure, made on Facebook just before the slaying, put King's mar...

Arkansas restaurateur killed pregnant mistress, jury decides

Restaurateur Quenton King was sentenced to life in prison Thursday for killing his pregnant mistress, a woman prosecutors said had unintentionally provoked his wrath by publicly revealing the impending birth of their daughter.

Trump rates Puerto Rico response 'a 10'

President Donald Trump gave his administration a "10" on Thursday for its response to the devastation Puerto Rico suffered after back-to-back hurricanes created a situation that the island's governor described as "catastrophic" as he met with Trump at the White House.

Haley blasts Russia for 2016 meddling

Nikki Haley, President Donald Trump's chief envoy to the United Nations, cast Russian interference in the 2016 election as "warfare" on Thursday, breaking from a president who has consistently downplayed Russian influence in American politics.

Health bill gets bipartisan rollout

Backers of a bipartisan bill that would preserve subsidies for low-income Americans under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act introduced it Thursday with two-dozen co-sponsors, while President Donald Trump continued to equivocate on whether he backed the measure.

Arkansas Supreme Court: Local grant system unconstitutional

LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Supreme Court says a system of grants lawmakers used to pay for local projects around the state violated a constitutional requirement that budget measures have a distinctly stated purpose.

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