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State committee pushes millions more to business over two legislators' objectionsMichael Wickline at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports that an advisory committee appointed by Governor Hutchinson decided today to spend about $165 million of the state's remaining $287 million in COVID-19 federal aid money to cut businesses' unemployment insurance cost.

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Arkansas PBS Foundation Gets New CEO After SchismAfter a leadership showdown and a nationwide search, the Arkansas PBS Foundation board has chosen a new CEO, experienced fundraiser Marge Betley.

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Entergy Corp. Pledges Zero Carbon Emissions by 2050As renewable power surpasses coal as a U.S. energy source, Entergy Corp. of New Orleans is committing to cut power-production carbon emissions to zero within 30 years, and is teaming with Mitsubishi Power in Arkansas and three other states as part of that effort.

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Prayer march and rally against hate to converge Saturday in ConwayDual demonstrations are scheduled Saturday in Conway, which has experienced tension recently because of the death of a black man at hands of police who tased and restrained him over a suspected misdemeanor shoplifting offense and the mayor's refusal to allow a grassroots group to talk about police issues before the City Council.

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After Nationwide Search, Arkansas PBS Foundation Has New CEOStarting Monday, Sept. 28, the Arkansas PBS Foundation will have a new chief executive officer.

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Arkansas poet to receive Porter PrizeArkansas poet Geffrey Davis is the recipient of the 2020 Porter Fund Literary Prize, presented annually to "an Arkansas writer with a substantial and impressive body of work that merits enhanced recognition," according to a news release issued Friday.

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Razorback Student-Athletes Committed to EqualityFAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – A group of Razorback student-athlete leaders have launched an initiative to foster and work toward equality for all members of the Razorback family.

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Boozman Recognizes Military Service of WWII Veteran from Pine BluffClick here to watch excerpts of the interview with Fulton Walker WASHINGTON - U.S. Senator John Boozman recognized the service of World War II veteran Fulton William Walker in ‘Salute to Veteran.

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Chelsea Peters Named Chief Strategy Officer for Walton Family FoundationA new chief strategy officer will be joining the Walton Family Foundation. Chelsea Peters will be leading the foundation's strategy, serving as an advisor to executive director Caryl M. Stern.

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Ward, Willis JamesBooking Date: 09-24-2020-9:39 pm Charges: POSS OF METH OR COCAINE WITH PUR TO DELI.

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UAPB Names First Professor of Hospitality and Tourism ManagementThe University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff has named a new assistant professor for its hospitality and tourism management program.

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On the election front lines in Izard County: To mask or not to maskA county election commissioner is in the school of those who think COVID-19 is overblown.

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Made in Arkansas: Bang Up Betty Hammers Out One-of-a-Kind JewelryHappy Friday! For this week’s Made in Arkansas, AY About You spoke to Stacey Bowers, who’s been handcrafting jewelry as Bang Up Betty since 2013.Â.

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BSR Buys DFW-Area Apartments for $51.8MBSR Real Estate Investment Trust of Little Rock said Thursday that it has acquired Aura Castle Hills Apartments, a 276 garden-style residential community in Lewisville, Texas, in the Dallas-Fort Worth MSA for $51.8 million.

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Missouri State vs. Central Arkansas Prediction and PreviewOur college football experts predict, pick and preview the Missouri State Bears vs. Central Arkansas Bears FCS game, with kickoff time, TV channel and spread.

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COVID-19 shuts county officesThe COVID-19 pandemic is reshaping all aspects of life in Arkansas. We're interested in hearing from doctors, nurses and other health care workers; from patients and their families; from people in longterm care facilities and their families; from parents and students affected by the crisis; from people who have lost their job; from people with...

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Fatal gunshot in Mansion neighborhoodLittle Rock police report that they found a man fatally shot inside 2015 Louisiana about 10:45 p.m.

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No. 13 Soccer Travels To Kentucky For First Road TestFAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – No. 13 Razorback Soccer travels to Lexington, Ky. to face the Kentucky Wildcats in Arkansas’ first road match of the 2020 season.

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Encore Bank Expanding into Dallas, Fort Worth MarketsEncore Bank is expanding into the Dallas and Fort Worth markets. Phillip Jett, Encore Bank vice chairman and president, announced the expansion on Friday, Sept.

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Chelsea Peters Named Chief Strategy Officer at Walton Family FoundationThe Walton Family Foundation on Friday named Chelsea Peters as chief strategy officer, serving as a key advisor to Executive Director Caryl M. Stern.

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Another Little Rock memory of Ruth GinsburgRuth Ginsburg's message in Little Rock 30 years ago resonates today with former UALR law professor,.

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CARES Act Steering Committee to Meet FridayLITTLE ROCK – The CARES Act Steering Committee, created by Governor Asa Hutchinson to recommend the best use of federal COVID-19 aid, will meet virtually at 10 a.m.

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Arkansas Razorback FootballNate Allen FAYETTEVILLE - Other than Friday's walkthrough, the Razorbacks wrapped their first game-week "with a good series of practices," Arkansas Coach Sam Pittman said even before Thursday's practi.

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Pittman Previews 2020 Hogs Defense

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Georgia vs ArkansasWe are finally just a day away from the Georgia Bulldogs taking on the Arkansas Razorbacks.

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Arkansas Reports More Than 1K New Confirmed COVID-19 CasesArkansas on Thursday reported 17 more deaths from the illness caused by the coronavirus and one of its highest one-day increases in new confirmed cases.

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Arkansas singerMy musical tastes may not be the most diverse in the world. I'm not the kind of gal who listens to a "little bit of everything." My favorite band is Fleetwood Mac, and I blame Stevie Nicks for my playlists occasionally dipping into folksy.

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Arkansas ending prescription drug coverage for retired state employeesThousands of retired state employees will soon lose their prescription drug coverage under their current state health insurance plans.

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The Top Performer's Field Guide: Lessons from Clippy"Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning.".

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Northwest Arkansas arrest roundupEdward Moore, 46, of 12812 Parker Branch Road in West Fork was arrested Thursday in connection with aggravated assault, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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Law's canvassers rule unlawful, judge saysA section of Arkansas' canvassing law that was used to strike three separate measures from this year's Nov.

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Retailer's app offers way to remotely play lottery in ArkansasA mobile phone app that allows lottery players in Arkansas to buy draw-game tickets through their smartphones and collect their winnings without leaving home is now available through a lottery retailer in Little Rock.

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Five schools in Arkansas win Blue Ribbon honorsFive Arkansas schools - one each in Eudora, Fayetteville, Little Rock, Russellville and Springdale - are among the nation's newly named National Blue Ribbon Schools for 2020, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced Thursday.

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Arkansas Supreme CourtThe Arkansas Supreme Court released opinions Thursday. The court's ruling and the names of the cases are reprinted here.

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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 9/25/20Good morning. It's Friday, September 25th. I'm Lucas Dixon, and these are the top headlines from the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

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Georgia football at Arkansas: Key player matchupsThere is officially only one day until Georgia football returns for the 2020 season, kicking off in Fayetteville, Arkansas against the Arkansas Razorbacks.

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Arkansas basketball still in contention for Trey AlexanderArkansas made the top seven for 4-star 2021 guard Trey Alexander. Find out what he had to say about why the Razorbacks made the cut...

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Pittman: Razorbacks will have players out of Georgia gameNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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With few exceptions, Georgia has had Hogs' numberNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Wally Hall's weekend predictionsNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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'He's one you can count on': Isaiah Nichols' best football is still ahead of himNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Arkansas coach impresses CB with concernNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Arkansas Cinema Society sponsors movies at drive-inIf you want to catch potential Oscar-contending movies before they open or to see a series of short films made by local filmmakers who may be digging for cinema gold in the future, you should cruise into the drive-in next weekend.

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Arkansas coach impresses CB with concernNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Official seeks examination of dirt pit operationA Washington County justice of the peace asked the Quorum Court examine the operation of a red dirt pit southeast of Brentwood used by the Road Department.

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Justices of the peace move into expanded Quorum CourtroomThe expanded Quorum Courtroom was open for business Thursday night as justices of the peace heard an update on the courthouse project.

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Bentonville High, West High students get OK to work from homeSchool District officials have given all students in grades 9-12 the option of working from home for two weeks beginning Monday because of possible community spread of covid-19 at the two high schools.

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Fayetteville School Board approves cost-saving solar power projectThe School Board on Thursday approved advancing on a solar energy project that's anticipated to save the School District more than $9.8 million.

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Candidates eye growth of SpringdaleTyler Smalling is challenging incumbent Jeff Watson for the Ward 3, Position 2 seat on the Springdale City Council.

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Mid-South coronavirus live updates: Arkansas reports more than 79,000 cases and 1,246 deathsCOVID-19 is a new strain of coronavirus and cases are spreading around the Mid-South since the virus arrived in the United States in February.

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Man finds 9-carat diamond in Arkansas state park after initially thinking it was glassKevin Kinard of Maumelle, Arkansas, found a 9.07-carat diamond in Crater of Diamonds State Park on Labor Day.

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Little Rock board hopefuls tell views at forumThough the covid-19 pandemic meant a forum for Little Rock Board of Directors hopefuls wouldn't draw an in-person crowd, candidates still shared their platforms with hundreds of viewers via Zoom on Thursday evening.

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Retailer's app offers way to remotely play lottery in ArkansasA mobile phone app that allows lottery players in Arkansas to buy draw-game tickets through their smartphones and collect their winnings without leaving home is now available through a lottery retailer in Little Rock.

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Foes of I-30 project again ask for delayAn attorney for Little Rock neighborhood groups and residents opposed to the 30 Crossing project asked the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Louis to stop construction on the nearly $1 billion project while the case is on appeal before construction gets too far down the road.

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11 jurors picked so far in death-penalty trialTwo more jurors - for a total of 11 - were chosen by the end of the fourth day of jury selection on Thursday in the capital-murder case of a Pine Bluff man accused of kidnapping and killing a Wooster woman while she was shopping in Conway.

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Three keys to beating ArkansasAround eight o clock or so on Saturday night, Georgia's first game in a highly unique season will have concluded against Arkansas.

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As enrollment declines, HSU faces $2M lossEnrollment will cost Henderson State University about $2.3 million and prompt an examination of longer-term budget cuts, interim President Jim Borsig told university trustees Thursday.

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State panel approves racing dates, layout for casino table gamesThe Arkansas Racing Commission Thursday signed off on next year's racing dates for Oaklawn Racing Casino Resort in Hot Springs and the Southland Casino Racing in West Memphis as well as the layout of table games for the Saracen Casino Resort in Pine Bluff.

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Meth nets woman federal timeA Hot Springs woman was sentenced to 14 years in federal prison Wednesday for drug possession.

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Five schools in state earn Blue RibbonsFive Arkansas schools, including two in Washington County, are among this year's National Blue Ribbon School award recipients, the U.S. Department of Education announced Thursday.

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Northwest Arkansas arrest roundupEdward Moore, 46, of 12812 Parker Branch Road in West Fork was arrested Thursday in connection with aggravated assault, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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Springdale police investigate shootingPolice are investigating a shooting Wednesday afternoon.

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Undergraduate Thesis Nets Peer-Reviewed PublicationAn honors thesis by Sam Carroll demonstrating farmers can significantly reduce water use while maintaining crop yields has earned him a spot in a peer-reviewed journal.

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University of Arkansas to Participate in Annual First-Generation College Celebration Day on Nov. 9 - University of ArkansasTo celebrate, New Student and Family Programs is collecting short videos with messages of support from first-generation college students, whether they are faculty, staff, alumni or current students.

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A man thought he found a piece of glass in an Arkansas state park. It was a 9.07-carat diamond."I honestly teared up when they told me," Kevin Kinard said. "I was in complete shock!"

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Phillips, AlvinBooking Date: 09-24-2020-5:13 pm Charges: POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE.

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Vaccine fairness concern of nations in U.N. speechesMany world leaders at this week's virtual U.N. summit hope that what comes out of the global coronavirus crisis will be a vaccine made available and affordable to all countries, rich and poor.

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Pelosi downsizes relief-bill goalHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi shifted course Thursday and moved to assemble a new and smaller coronavirus relief bill to form the basis for renewed talks with the White House, amid mounting pressure from moderates in her caucus and increasingly alarming economic news.

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Arkansas State women's soccer beats Louisiana to move atop SBC standingsSarah Sodoma scored the only goal in a 1-0 victory. The Missouri native now holds the Red Wolves all-time record with 24 career goals.

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Charges filed in officers' shootingsAuthorities in Louisville, Ky., have charged Larynzo Johnson, 26, with 14 counts of wanton endangerment and two counts of assault on a police officer after two officers were shot during protests in the city, according to the Louisville Metro Department of Corrections.

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Trump booed, jeered by crowd at Ginsburg's coffinPresident Donald Trump was booed Thursday as he paid respects to late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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Wisconsin finds infected children sent off to schoolAs authorities in suburban Milwaukee worked out the complex preparations to allow children back into classrooms during the coronavirus pandemic, they didn't plan for one scenario - parents deliberately sending infected kids to school.

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EU nations urged to act fast to tamp down virusEuropean Union officials urged member nations Thursday to move quickly to slow the latest wave of coronavirus infections to avoid a repeat of the broad lockdowns that paralyzed the continent's economy in the spring.

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Patterson, Karoline DeniseBooking Date: 09-23-2020-3:53 pm Charges: POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE.

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Pandemic dampens Kashmir weddings, lavish feastsIn Indian-controlled Kashmir, the coronavirus pandemic within months has changed an elaborate and lavish marriage tradition that had remained virtually unaltered for centuries.

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In the newsKa Mauri Harrison, a fourth grader in Harvey, La., accused of brandishing a BB gun during a virtual class, was suspended after he picked up a BB gun that his younger brother tripped over and placed it in view of his computer's camera during an online class, officials said.

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Dally's Fly Fishing Report 9/24/20Brad Davidson Cool, fall-like weather and a few big fish were the highlights of another beautiful week of fishing on the White River.

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Budget backed by LRSD panelThe Little Rock School District's Community Advisory Board on Thursday endorsed a 2020-21 system budget that district leaders described as "uncharted water" and filled with "unknowns" as the result of the covid-19 pandemic.

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Joint effort eases tax payingThe Pulaski County treasurer Thursday announced two new ways for residents to make tax payments in cash during the covid-19 outbreak: via the drive-thru lane at three Centennial Bank branches or at stores like Walmart, Kroger and Edwards Cash Saver.

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Week's jobless claims climb by 4,000Another 870,000 new applications for unemployment insurance were processed last week, an increase of 4,000 from the week before, as jobless-benefit claims remain stubbornly high six months into the pandemic.

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Mnuchin, Powell list relief goalsTreasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Thursday that the government's top priorities in any new economic relief package should be to provide affordable loans to small businesses and to further support millions of Americans still unemployed.

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Reports rise on loan-aid cheatingU.S. banks and credit unions reported skyrocketing levels of suspected business-loan fraud last month, a period that coincided with growing awareness of scams involving government small-business aid programs.

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New-home sales hit best pace since 2006Sales of new homes in the U.S. unexpectedly advanced for a fourth month in August to the highest level in almost 14 years as record-low mortgage rates continued to entice buyers into a market with ever-shrinking supply.

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Fires' smoke feared to taint wine grapesSmoke from the West Coast wildfires has tainted grapes in some of the nation's most celebrated wine regions with an ashy flavor that threatens disaster for the 2020 vintage.

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U.S. must make case or delay TikTok banThe Trump administration was ordered to postpone a U.S. ban on TikTok set for Sunday night or respond by today to a request by the app's Chinese owner for a court order temporarily blocking the ban.

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U.S. stocks advance, but market volatility persistsStocks eked out modest gains Thursday even as volatility continued to be the dominant force in Wall Street's tumultuous September.

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Arkansas mental health professional speaks on the impact of Breonna Taylor's caseThe impact of the Breonna Taylor case has spread nationwide and other cases like it are taking a toll on the mental health of minority groups.

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Nations urged to help stranded sailorsAnother covid-19 problem that the U.N. is trying to solve: how to help more than 300,000 merchant mariners who are trapped at sea because of coronavirus restrictions.

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A Richard Jenkins double-header"I am not the most famous person in Rhode Island, by far," Jenkins answered, throwing out alternatives such as deceased former U.S. Sen.

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Grifting alongMiranda July's work always consists of an odd combination of spices, like eating a casserole made by a mad chef, whose creativity sometimes outranks his ability to form cohesive flavors.

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'The Last Shift'Writer-director Andrew Cohn, known for his Emmy-winning documentary work focusing on economic inequalities in flyover America, makes his narrative feature debut with "The Last Shift," a seriocomic portrait of a guy who probably exists somewhere in the Rust Belt heartland.

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Arkansas Cinema Society sponsors movies at drive-inIf you want to catch potential Oscar-contending movies before they open or to see a series of short films made by local filmmakers who may be digging for cinema gold in the future, you should cruise into the drive-in next weekend.

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Durkin explores family in ‘The Nest'Canadian writer-director ­Sean Durkin's first feature, "Martha Marcy May Marlene," was about a young woman living in a cult.

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Grad Transfer Jacobs Brings Experience to Hogs Secondary

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Jackpocket Launches in Arkansas, Enables Mobile Ordering of Lottery TicketsA mobile application has been launched in Arkansas which will allow individuals to play the state lotteries.

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NE Arkansas school districts reporting COVID-19 casesAs of Thursday, Sept. 24, the following districts are reporting at least 5 active cases, according to the Arkansas Department of Health or have otherwise communicated COVID cases on their campuses.

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HHS Homecoming CourtMaids of the 2020 Hope High School Homecoming Court were introduced Sept. 24, representing each class at HHS.

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Today's news and open lineThe COVID-19 pandemic is reshaping all aspects of life in Arkansas. We're interested in hearing from doctors, nurses and other health care workers; from patients and their families; from people in longterm care facilities and their families; from parents and students affected by the crisis; from people who have lost their job; from people with...

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Another school shut down for a week, Gibbs elementary in Little RockNo employees will report to work on Friday, September 25th. Teachers will continue to deliver virtual instruction from home for all students on Friday. On Monday, September 28th, teachers who are not already quarantined may use the school to help deliver their virtual instruction. All other support staff and classified employees will...

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FemPAQ Founder April Roy Participates in Twitch PitchEntrepreneurs are always pitching their companies. From the moment their idea pops into their brain, they start the process of pitching their business to their partners, suppliers, investors and others - whether they know it or not.

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Clay Henry's Top 10 Keys: Arkansas vs. GeorgiaNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Pittman's mind rarely rests during game weekNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Coronavirus today: 1,086 more cases, 17 more deathsNo way to spin this. But the governor isn't pulling back from his decision to reopen Arkansas.

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Judge strikes down law that killed three ballot measuresShe said the law was impossible to comply with because the State Police can't conduct federal background checks and that it was an unconstitutional restriction on the state Constitution's protection of the freedom of people to petition government, whether through constitutional amendments or initiated acts and referendums.

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Thousands of cellphones are being smuggled into Arkansas prisons. Can authorities stop it?Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas sent a letter this month urging the Federal Communications Commission to take action.

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Arkansas reports more than 1K new confirmed COVID-19 casesArkansas on Thursday reported 17 more deaths from the illness caused by the coronavirus and one of its highest one-day increases in new confirmed cases.

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Former UGA QB DJ Shockley likes what Sam Pittman brings to ArkansasJohn Nabors is joined by DJ Shockley who will be on the call for Hogs vs. Dawgs this Saturday.

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Appeal filed on I-30 widening projectFederal District Judge Jay Moody denied a request for an injunction, favoring the view that public interest would be served by shaving a few seconds off commute times and that plaintiffs weren't likely to prevail on their arguments about environmental, neighborhood and traffic impact.

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Arkansas State women's soccer beats Louisiana to move atop SBC standingsOlive Garden-parent Darden is 'more attractive' the longer the pandemic drags, Jim Cramer says.

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Governor Hutchinson Provides Today's COVID-19 UpdateLITTLE ROCK – Governor Asa Hutchinson provided today's update on Arkansas's COVID-19 response. In its Thursday update, the Arkansas Department of Health reported 1,086 new cases; 7,061 active cases; 457 hospitalized, which is down 11 from Wednesday; 97 on ventilators, which is up 7 from Wednesday; deaths added today, 17, for a total...

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Conway punts on five-day school, with asteriskWe are announcing today a significant change in how we do our work. Beginning next week, we will modify our weekly schedule. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday school will be normal school days similar to what we have done since the beginning of the school year. Friday will become a “Blended Learning Friday.” These days...

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Bank manager finds 9.07-carat diamond in Arkansas state parkA bank manager discovered a 9.07-carat diamond at a state park in southwestern Arkansas after thinking the precious gem was a piece of glass.

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Little Rock Launches R.O.C.K. AcademyA new community education course will now be available for Little Rock residents. The city has launched the R.O.C.K. Academy, which stands for Residents Obtaining Community Knowledge.

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Little Rock Offers New Community Education ProgramA new community education course will now be available for Little Rock residents. The city has launched the R.O.C.K...

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2020 Living Treasure Warrick to be honored with virtual eventTune in to the Arkansas Arts Council's social media platforms for video and interview.

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Cajuns fall short to Arkansas State 1-0Red Wolves score early in the first half.

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Dang this is getting serious. Another football cancellationThe football cancellation in El Dorado follows an announcement by the school district of a positive test of an El Dorado football player.

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French Hill is lying again about Joyce ElliottIt would appear French Hill is feeling the heat from Joyce Elliott, judging by how dirty his campaign has gotten.

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Central Arkansas vs. Missouri State football: How to watch, stream, listenThe Bears are still searching for their first points under new head coach Bobby Petrino.

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VIDEO: Sam Pittman discusses his first game as head coach, T.J. Hammonds and moreNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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ROC/PNC To Sponsor Special Nutrition Food ProgramRainbow of Challenges, Inc. and PNC are pleased to announce its sponsorship of the USDA Food Program, Special Nutrition.

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How to watch Arkansas State vs. Tulsa: NCAA Football live stream info, TV channel, time, game oddsThe Arkansas State Red Wolves have had a week off and are no doubt ready to get back on the field.

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Vivian GloverVivian was born December 24, 1952 to Ms. Violet Latin and the late William Hickman.

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Arkansas reports more than 1K new confirmed COVID-19 casesOlive Garden-parent Darden is 'more attractive' the longer the pandemic drags, Jim Cramer says.

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Bhe Star Assessment Make-up SlatedHOPE – Beryl Henry Elementary School students enrolled in the Hope from Home Virtual Academy who were unable to attend the beginning of year STAR Assessment at BHE will have a make-up opportunity.

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Taking the Fight OutsideAccessible mountain biking trails turned out to be a boon during the pandemic. Photo courtesy of 4Media Group The rolling.

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Boozman Applauds Inclusion of Funds to Ensure Certainty, Predictability for Farmers and Ranchers in Bill to Avoid ShutdownBoozman received praise for his efforts from Majority Leader Mitch McConnell who said on the Senate floor "Thanks to the leadership of our colleagues Senator."

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Nominations sought for second annual Western Arkansas Business of the YearThe program seeks to highlight efforts of businesses, non-profits and startup operations and consider their future impact on the Fort Smith region.

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YMS Student Election Goes VirtualHOPE – The race for student council positions at Yerger Middle School has entered the virtual world.

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Education Department Grant to Support A-State's Student Retention EffortsArkansas State University will be receiving federal funding to support student retention initiatives. The U.S. Department of Education has awarded A-State $1.5 million in funding.

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Key Matchups: Georgia at ArkansasThere are a lot of things that go into winning a football game. Talent plays a key role, as does execution.

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Hendrix College exhibit documents Black Lives Matter movement in Arkansas"Let Us March On," which documents and contextualizes the Black Lives Matter movement in Arkansas, opens Friday as the inaugural exhibit in the Window Gallery of the Windgate Museum of Art at Hendrix College, 1600 Washington Ave., Conway.

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Cats Clean UpThe Hope High School Bobcat football varsity and coaches put in some community service hours recently helping to restore the site of the planned Klipsch Museum in downtown Hope.

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HHS Air Force Junior Reserves Hold 911 Flag CeremonyMembers of the Hope High School Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps unit presented the colors in a Sept.

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Jackpocket app launches in Arkansas for lottery gamesA new app unveiled on Thursday will allow Arkansans to play lottery games and collect prizes on their smartphones.

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Donette Spann to lead Arkansas Beef CouncilDonette Spann has been named administrator of the Arkansas Beef Council, the farmer-funded promotion agency that oversees and administers the Beef Checkoff Program in Arkansas.

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Bentonville high schools go semi-virtualThe COVID-19 pandemic is reshaping all aspects of life in Arkansas. We're interested in hearing from doctors, nurses and other health care workers; from patients and their families; from people in longterm care facilities and their families; from parents and students affected by the crisis; from people who have lost their job; from people with...

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Double dose of David Arquette coming with a Filmland screening and "12 Hour Shift," filmed in JonesboroArquette will be popping up on screens in Arkansas in October for his work in two films: "You Cannot Kill David Arquette" and "12 Hour Shift."

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Fall weather, science, soul and more this weekendFall into science, take in live outdoor music in SoMa or Argenta this weekend.

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Fayetteville, Arkansas; Michelle Friedman Sentenced To 14 Years In Federal PrisonFayetteville, Arkansas; Michelle Friedman Sentenced To 14 Years In Federal Prison For Drug Possession - USAO-WDAR – David Clay Fowlkes, First Assistant United States Attorney for the Western District of Arkansas, announced that Michelle Friedman, age 38, was sentenced yesterday to 168 months in federal prison, followed by five years of...

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Prep Rally 9-23The show will feature guest call-ins from coaches and sports writers from the region in a lively roundtable weekly podcast.

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Thirsty Thursday: Revival Coffee Gives Little Rock Unique Coffeehouse ExperienceFor today's Thirsty Thursday, AY About You grabs a caffeine boost from Revival Coffee, one of Little Rock's newest coffee shops.

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Judge strikes down law that killed three ballot measuresShe said the law was impossible to comply with because the State Police can't conduct federal background checks and that it was an unconstitutional restriction on the state Constitution's protection of the freedom of people to petition government, whether through constitutional amendments or initiated acts and referendums.

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Perks Worldwide Makes the 2020 Best Places to Work in Arkansas ListPerks Worldwide , a premier provider of indirect sales incentive and research reward program software and services, was included on...

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Parkview's Jointer back rushing to greatnessNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Arkansas football commitments weekly, season statsA look at how Arkansas' 2021 football commitments are faring.

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Two Little Rock Organizations Receiving Funding To Address Economic, Racial InequitiesTwo Little Rock organizations will be receiving funding from U.S. Bank as part of a new initiative to address economic and racial inequities.

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US Jobless Claims at 870K As Fraud, Backlogs Cloud DataThe number of people seeking U.S. unemployment aid rose slightly last week to 870,000, a historically high figure that shows that the viral pandemic is still squeezing restaurants, airlines, hotels and many other businesses six months after it first erupted.

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Arkansas football commitments weekly, season statsNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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HCSO and 8th North Task Force Arrest One on Drug ChargesOn September 23, 2020 at approximately 1439 hours Hempstead County Deputies, 8th North Task Force Agents, Probation and Parole Officers arrested 42-year-old Karoline Patterson at a residence on Hempstead 50.

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Fewer Arkansas Women Getting Screened For Breast Cancer During PandemicSome doctors and hospitals have adopted new practices to encourage women in Arkansas to get breast cancer screenings.

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Ed Mahaffy: Experienced Financial Advising from ClientFirst Wealth ManagementIn 2007, Ed Mahaffy founded ClientFirst Wealth Management, a Fee-Only RIA and fiduciary managing over $140 million for Arkansans.

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Farmington High School suspends in-person classesThe COVID-19 pandemic is reshaping all aspects of life in Arkansas. We're interested in hearing from doctors, nurses and other health care workers; from patients and their families; from people in longterm care facilities and their families; from parents and students affected by the crisis; from people who have lost their job; from people with...

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Roda Named to NICA's Hemp CommitteeAbaca CEO Dan Roda has been appointed to serve on the National Cannabis Industry Association's Hemp Committee.

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State CARES Act Steering Committee Expands List Of Pre-Approved COVID-19 ExpensesThe state's CARES Act Steering committee has approved an additional list of items that that would be pre-approved for Arkansas' cities and counties to use CARES funding for.

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The new Trump normal, as illustrated by the New York TimesNews judgment in the era of Trump: The unthinkable is back-of-the-book news.

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Arkansas Fight SEC Predictions, Week 1SEC football is back and already testing us. We've been waiting and waiting and waiting to see our favorite and many of our least favorites , and the dang conference goes and puts a bunch of expected blowouts on the schedule for week one.

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Encore Bank Expands to Dallas-Fort Worth, Hires 2 to Lead MarketsThe bank, which is also moving its headquarters to Suite 100 at 1801 Rahling Road in west Little Rock, announced that Marc Massad has been named executive vice president and regional president of Dallas, and Scott Jones has been named executive vice president and regional president of Tarrant County.

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Saracen Casino Chef Todd Gold on Running 8 Restaurants, Accepting A New ChallengeChef Todd Gold, director the food and beverage department at the Saracen Casino Resort in Pine Bluff, talks about his new job and the challenges of overseeing eight restaurants and a staff of 300.

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Challenge of two legislative amendments remains aliveThe challenge is to Issue 2, to kill term limits, and Issue 3, to make it nearly impossible to circulate petitions for amendments and initiated acts.

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Arkansas Cinema Society Releases Movie Slate for Filmland 2020The Arkansas Cinema Society has released its slate for the upcoming Filmland 2020 festival. In 2020, Filmland will be a blended event, incorporating a drive-in viewing experience and a virtual component.

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Arkansas Cinema Society Announces Films for Filmland 2020The Arkansas Cinema Society has released its slate for the upcoming Filmland 2020 festival. In 2020, Filmland will be a...

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For Donald Trump, all roads lead to the Clintons, including a 2018 Little Rock federal probeAnother Clinton Foundation snipe hunt ordered by William Barr. It included fresh subpoenas of the Clinton Foundation in 2018.

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The 27th Annual U of A Hope-Texarkana Community Fish Fry Scheduled for October 23September 24, 2020 The University of Arkansas at Hope will hold the 27th Annual UAHT Community Fish Fry on Friday, October 23, from 4:30-7:00 p.m.

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SEC All-Media TeamsNate Allen FAYETTEVILLE - On the SEC Media three Preseason All-SEC football teams announced Wednesday, Arkansas Razorbacks senior running back Rakeem Boyd repeated the All-SEC second-team.

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When Ruth Ginsburg met the Clintons: A visit to Little Rock on the way to the U.S. Supreme CourtInteresting letter from the archives of the UA Little Rock School of Law to Larry Averill, a former dean and professor there, from Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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A response to Louisville from UAMS chancellorPrevious article Parkview High goes all virtual Next article When Ruth Ginsburg met the Clintons: A visit to Little Rock on the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Arkansas Business Hall of Fame Pauses for 2021The Arkansas Business Hall of Fame will not be selecting a new class of inductees for 2021.

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Texas State soccer prepares to carry momentum to ArkansasTexas State soccer will go on the road this weekend to take on Little Rock and Arkansas State.

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The CheapskateDaniel Bramlett I have a problem with being willing to spend money...at least when it is on things I don't deem necessary.

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Bank manager finds 9.07-carat diamond in Arkansas state park Bank Manager Little Rock Bank Manager diamond ArkansasA bank manager discovered a 9.07-carat diamond at a state park in southwestern Arkansas after thinking the precious gem was a piece of glass.

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No fair? No problem! One Arkansas concession offering fair food through the weekPeople who visit the Tri-State Fair never leave with ou getting ahold of their favorite fair food.

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Thomas has strong ties to ArkansasOne of Arkansas offered targets in the 2022 class has strong ties to the Natural State.

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What the national media is saying before Georgia football opener against ArkansasMost have Georgia as one of the top teams in the country as SEC play officially gets underway on Saturday.

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Records: Mail delivery lags behind targets as election nearsThe slice of Michigan that covers Detroit, its suburbs and towns dependent on the auto industry is coveted political terrain in one of this year's most important presidential swing states.

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Dismay over Breonna Taylor spills into America's streetsLOUISVILLE, Ky. — Anger, frustration and sadness over the decision not to charge Kentucky police officers for Breonna Taylor's death poured into America's streets as protesters lashed out at a criminal justice system they say is stacked against Black people.

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What's old is new again as No. 4 Georgia opens at ArkansasFAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — A nearly month-long postponement to the start of college football in the Southeastern Conference may feel different, but it won't look much different.

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'Are people to be left to die? ' Vaccine pleas fill U.N. summitJOHANNESBURG — If the United Nations was created from the ashes of World War II, what will be born from the global crisis of covid-19?

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Arkansas man found a nine carat diamond at parkAn Arkansas man found a nine carat diamond in the state's crater of diamonds state park.

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Arkansas football commitments weekly, season statsA look at how Arkansas' 2021 football commitments are faring.

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Northwest Arkansas Prep Football ReportThe Bulldogs had their best week of practice during last week's bye week, said coach Zak Clark.

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Jonesboro man, 60, dies after car strikes tree, troopers sayA 60-year-old man died after his vehicle crashed into a tree Wednesday in Jonesboro, state police said.

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Arkansas boutique investment bank Stephens bolsters growing London officeStephens, an independent investment bank which remains owned by the family that founded it in 1933, hired Robert Horton as a managing director focused on the consumer sector.

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Jobless claims at 870,000 as fraud and backlogs cloud dataWASHINGTON — The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment aid rose slightly last week to 870,000, a historically high figure that shows that the viral pandemic is still squeezing restaurants, airlines, hotels and many other businesses six months after it first erupted.

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Arkansas facing 2019's best rushing defense in GeorgiaIncredibly, Georgia did not allow a single rushing touchdown to a running back all of last season, and eight of the 11 starters on defense return.

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Arkansas Court of AppealsThe Arkansas Court of Appeals released opinions Wednesday. The court's ruling and the names of the cases are reprinted here.

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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 9/24/20Good morning. It's Thursday, September 24th. I'm Lucas Dixon, and these are the top headlines from the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

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Arkansas tailback plans 'smash mouth' attack, but Feleipe Franks knows Georgia challengeATHENS — The last time SEC fans saw Feleipe Franks he was being carted off the field at Kentucky’s Kroger Stadium in tears, having suffered a dislocated and fractured ankle in what proved to be his final game in a Florida football uniform.

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OpinionJason Lieblong of Conway said he was lucky to win the FLW Toyota Series Plains Division tournament Saturday at Lake Dardanelle, but he made his own luck.

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SEC Report: Sankey cites professor for helping season; Morris fitting in at AuburnNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Briles offense must debut against one of football's best defensesNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Petrino has paid for transgressionsNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Arkansas Postcard PastThe finest lodging in the Columbia County town was the Hendrix Hotel where a room and dining could cost about $2 a day.

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Sturdivent, DominikusBooking Date: 09-23-2020-7:27 pm Charges: POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE.

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Arkansas man charged with killing Tennessee car sellerMEMPHIS — An Arkansas man has been charged with killing a Tennessee man who was selling a car, then stealing the vehicle.

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State revenue office in Fayetteville temporarily closesThe state Revenue Office is closed temporarily after an employee may have been exposed to the covid-19 virus.

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Regional Planning resolution urges voters to consider voting for road tax extensionThe Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission board on Wednesday unanimously approved a resolution urging voters to permanently extend a 0.5% state sales and use tax dedicated to highways and related infrastructure.

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Into deep end: Debuting Hogs' offense draws dogfightIf you were drawing up the perfect opponent for the new Kendal Briles' offense at the University of Arkansas to break in against, well, the one the Razorbacks will see Saturday isn't it.

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Official warns of state virus cases' links to gatheringsThe state epidemiologist warned of an increased number of people becoming infected with the coronavirus at church events, funerals and other gatherings as the state's count of virus cases rose Wednesday by 982, the largest one-day increase since Saturday.

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4 schools to become models as Little Rock 'hubs'Four elementary schools, all south of Interstate 630, will be part of a new community schools model that Little Rock and the Little Rock School District are implementing, officials announced Wednesday.

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4th virus vaccine enters final trialsThe first coronavirus vaccine that aims to protect people with a single vaccination has entered the final stages of testing in the United States in an international trial that will recruit up to 60,000 participants.

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Voting tricky from abroad on state sites; security features can block forms, information requestsOverseas voters attempting to access forms to request a ballot or other official information about the upcoming elections in Arkansas are being made to find workarounds after being blocked from several state-run websites, officials said this week.

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Files detail SAU execs' exchanges after killingThe vice president for students affairs of Southern Arkansas University called a judge's gag order limiting publicity of an Aug.

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Governor stresses need for permanent road taxGov. Asa Hutchinson said Wednesday he would take down a placard in his office referring to the 2019 regular session as "the greatest of all time" if voters reject the proposed constitutional amendment that would permanently extend the state's one-half-percent sales tax for highways and roads.

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Taylor ruling fuels protests, violenceProtests turned violent late Wednesday in the aftermath of an announcement that charges would not be filed against two police officers in the death of Breonna Taylor, a Black woman killed inside her apartment in March.

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Conway releases report on protest arrestsThe Conway Police Department on Wednesday released the incident report on the arrests of three Black Lives Matter protesters who were forcibly taken down from an elevated masonry sign in front of the department Monday morning.

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Testing event needed at Fayetteville High School, city's health board saysThe city's Board of Health hopes to set up a successful mass testing event at Fayetteville High School after few students took advantage of a free mobile testing event held this week on campus.

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8th Circuit hears sides on state abortion lawsAttorneys made arguments via teleconference Wednesday regarding three abortion laws that were passed in 2019 by Arkansas legislators but have not been enforced because of an injunction by a local federal judge.

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RESTAURANT TRANSITIONS: Food truck in its final days; Trio's dine-in to returnChef Gilbert M. Alaquinez Jr. is taking his Lab food truck out of service; Friday will be its last day on the road.

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Takeout Tastings: Mussel BoundWe don't remember this verse from our hearings of the classic folk tune "Molly Malone," but it does fit the current situation: She died of a fever, And sure, no one could save her — And that was the end of sweet Molly Malone.

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3 Things That Worry Me About ArkansasThe season is opening 3 weeks late due to a global pandemic. We have wildfires out of control, and a seeming turnstyle for hurricanes.

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Arkansas man charged with killing Tennessee car sellerMEMPHIS — An Arkansas man has been charged with killing a Tennessee man who was selling a car, then stealing the vehicle.

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The Latest: Arkansas State postpones game against TulsaThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world: ___ Arkansas State postponed Saturday's home football game against Tulsa because of positive COVID-19...

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Researchers to Develop Detection TechnologySamir El-Ghazaly, professor of electrical engineering, and his team received a $400,000 grant to develop analysis tools for high-frequency electronic components, integrated circuits and radiating systems.

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Pryor Center Presents 'Feeling Riots: The Emotional Language of Urban Rebellion'The first of four lectures focusing on racism, social justice, and policing hosted by the Pryor lecture will be held virtually via Zoom at 6 p.m.

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Arkansas Alumni Association to Focus on Innovative Programs and Critical ConversationsThe Arkansas Alumni Association is pivoting its focus this year and creating new and innovative programs to better connect and serve University of Arkansas alumni.

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Arkansas Union Closed This SaturdayThere will be no dining, retail, rec center, or computer lab access in the Union that day.

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LatinX Heritage Month Scavenger HuntLatinX Heritage Month First Friday is an event that will highlight each Latin American country with knowledgeable presentations and language classes via a scavenger hunt this Friday.

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Course Materials Conversion Program Call for Proposals OpenFaculty may apply for funding to convert course materials to open resources or a spring workshop on redesigning courses to take advantage of open textbooks or library resources.

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Arkansas Law Review Publishes Special Symposium Issue on Crypto-CurrencyIn a special issue dedicated to their annual symposium the newest issue of the Arkansas Law Review examines legal issues surrounding cryptocurrencies.

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Board Pauses Selection of New Business Hall of Fame Inductees for 2021The board delayed selection for a year because of the continuing uncertainty created by the pandemic about large group gatherings.

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Arkansas Man Discovers 9-Carat Diamond At Crater Of Diamonds State ParkAn Arkansas Department of Parks official said the diamond was the second-largest ever found in the history of the park since it was established in 1972.

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For Little Rock, caravan problem persistsLittle Rock police continue to struggle with containing caravanning-related offences as participants are moving from one part of the city to another, according to law enforcement authorities.

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Lebanon president seeks world help to rebuild after blastsFacing an economic meltdown and other crises, Lebanon's president Wednesday asked for the world's help to rebuild the capital's main port and neighborhoods that were blown away in last month's catastrophic explosion.

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SEC reopening without big crowds, tailgating, some starsNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Hunter Biden's work in Ukraine a conflict, Senate panels findTwo Senate committees issued a report Wednesday alleging that the work Joe Biden's son did in Ukraine constituted a conflict of interest for the Obama administration at a time when Biden was engaged in Ukraine policy as vice president.

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13 alleged drug-traffickers arrested in Central Arkansas drug takedown operationA Drug Enforcement Administration investigation lead to the arrest of thirteen individuals believed to be members of a drug-trafficking organization responsible for the distribution of multiple kilograms of methamphetamine, heroin and cocaine in Central Arkansas early Tuesday morning.

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Alabama heavy favorite to win SEC; preseason all-conference teams announcedNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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U.N. nations present their lists of must-dos in fight against virusWith the 75th annual U.N. General Assembly reduced to recorded speeches because of the pandemic, leaders are using this week as an opportunity to depict the pandemic from the vantage points of their nations and themselves - and present their visions of efforts to fight the virus and advocate what they believe must be done.

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N.M. suit says private school's virus limits unequalA federal judge on Wednesday weighed whether pandemic-related occupancy limits on private schools in New Mexico violate constitutional rights to equal protection and freedom of assembly, in a case closely watched by the Trump administration.

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Brits: Rig for Brexit long lines at borderThere could be lines of 7,000 trucks at the English Channel and two-day waits to get into France immediately after the U.K. makes its economic break from the European Union at the end of the year, the British government said Wednesday, as it urged businesses to prepare for big changes.

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Presidential inauguration secretive for BelarusianPresident Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus was sworn in Wednesday to his sixth term in office at an inaugural ceremony that was not announced in advance after weeks of huge protests of the authoritarian leader's reelection, which the opposition says was rigged.

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Poisoned Russian out of hospitalRussian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been released from a Berlin hospital after more than a month's treatment for poisoning, with doctors now believing that it's possible he could have a "complete recovery" from the Soviet-era nerve agent, the hospital said Wednesday.

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Bid to end state control of Little Rock's schools blockedThe Arkansas Supreme Court on Wednesday blocked an effort to end state control of the Little Rock School District, ordering lower-court proceedings halted until justices can decide whether a lawsuit aimed at returning local control of the school system can move forward.

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Episode 78: Feleipe FranksTo say it was a long and winding road that brought Feleipe Franks to Arkansas might be an understatement.

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Mizzou's Drinkwitz: Transparency trumps competitive edgeNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Faulkner, Larry jr DonaldBooking Date: 09-13-2020-3:37 pm Charges: INFORMATION ONLY.

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What Sam Pittman said during radio show previewing Georgia gameNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Deadline this week to file for $300 aidArkansans who received state-paid unemployment benefits in August have until Friday to declare their eligibility for a $300 weekly supplemental payment funded by the federal government.

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Day's losses erase market gainsWall Street racked up more losses Wednesday as stocks closed broadly lower, wiping out the market's gains from the day before.

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Powell grilled on Fed's pandemic aid programsFederal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on Wednesday defended the Fed's efforts to support the economy during the pandemic-induced recession from assertions that its programs bungled aspects of its response.

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Halloween candy sales up in pandemicAmericans may not know if trick-or-treating will happen this year because of the pandemic, but they're buying a lot of Halloween candy while they wait to find out.

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Arkansas RB Rakeem Boyd named to Preseason Media All-SEC 2nd TeamBoyd led the team in rushing yards and rushing touchdowns in 2018 and 2019, totaling 1,867 career rushing yards and 10 scores in his first two seasons on the Hill.

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On the ballot: What Issue 1 means for Arkansas highways and roadsVoters in Arkansas will soon decide on a state initiative that could affect highways and roads for years to come.

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Arkansas State postpones Saturday's home game vs. Tulsa due to positive COVID-19 testsWith "players still displaying symptoms" after some positive COVID-19 tests, Arkansas State has postponed Saturday's home game against Tulsa.

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Arkansas Man Finds Massive 9-Carat Diamond That He Suspected Was A Piece Of GlassAn Arkansas man has found one of the largest diamonds yet unearthed in a state that is known for the precious gem, happening upon a stone that weighed in at over nine carats that he originally thought might have just been glass.

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Arkansas requests dismissal on lawsuit against Secretary of HealthThe lawsuit claims that Romero was issuing directives without oversight from the legislature.

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Arkansas asks judge to dismiss lawsuit over virus mandatesLITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Arkansas reported 20 more deaths from the illness caused by the coronavirus on Wednesday as the state asked a judge to dismiss an effort by some Republican lawmakers to invalidate virus safety ; The state Department of Health reported that 1,229 people have died from COVID-19 since the pandemic began in March.

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Parkview High goes all virtualThe COVID-19 pandemic is reshaping all aspects of life in Arkansas. We're interested in hearing from doctors, nurses and other health care workers; from patients and their families; from people in longterm care facilities and their families; from parents and students affected by the crisis; from people who have lost their job; from people with...

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Lines of Credit Available for Select Walmart Marketplace SellersWalmart is working to bolster its online retail division, driving more customers to the retailer's e-commerce marketplace.

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