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Little Rock police spokesman Lt. Steve McClanahan (left) discusses the details of a homicide investigation with police spokesman Steve Moore on Saturday in southwest Little Rock.

PHOTO BY Mitchell PE Masilun
Little Rock police spokesman Lt. Steve McClanahan (left) discusses the details of a homicide investigation with police spokesman Steve Moore on Saturday in southwest Little Rock.

premiumLittle Rock police investigate 2 more homicides

The Little Rock Police Department is seeking the public's help to "connect the dots" and find suspects in two unrelated homicides Saturday. The body of Tanisha Roby, 21, was discovered in a vacant lot at 8510 Scott Hamilton Drive about 9:40 a.m. Saturday, police said. Roby, who lived at 9101 Auxor...

Climate-pact decision near, vows Trump

President Donald Trump, closing out the meetings at the Group of Seven summit, on Saturday promised an imminent decision on the Paris climate accord.

Hold that pose, would you, please?

The first cell phone I ever saw--though I had no idea what was going on at the time--was in Florence not far from the Ponte Vecchio, the fabled old bridge across the Arno. It must have been an early spring morning in the 1980s along one of the arcaded streets that line the Piazza della ...

Hogs add Gators to tourney feast

HOOVER, Ala. -- The Arkansas Razorbacks took their tear at the SEC Tournament to another level Saturday, blasting No. 4 Florida 16-0 with four home runs and a complete-game two-hitter from Kacey Murphy.

Wal-Mart pins its e-commerce hopes on Lore

Marc Lore was in the crowd last June when Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Chief Executive Officer Doug Mc-Millon told shareholders and employees gathered in Northwest Arkansas that the company was embarking on a journey to “re-imagine retail.”

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