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LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge today joined a coalition of 10 state attorneys general, led by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt, in filing an amicus brief in … more
KINGSTON — A large increase in the number of positive COVID-19 cases at Kingston High School has many students and staff now in quarantine. School Principal Seth Villines announced Tuesday that … more
The annual Christmas parade in Jasper, is set for Saturday, Dec. 12, the Jasper Kiwanis Club announced recently. Kiwanis sponsors the parade and is asking for donations of candy for Santa to … more
The Newton County Senior Activity and Wellness Center in Jasper continues its home delivery of meals and curbside pickup from 11:30 to noon, Monday through Friday, announced center director Nickie … more
You know those Publishers Clearing House commercials in which people win big cash prizes? Well, they’re real — just ask Chuck Osterhout. Howie Guja with the PCH Prize Patrol and a camera crew … more
Howie Guja with the PCH Prize Patrol pauses for a selfie with Chuck and Crystal Osterhout after Chuck was presented with an oversized check for $1 million Saturday. more
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge said Tuesday that a crackdown is underway regarding illegal pyramid schemes organized and operated in the state. Rutledge said lawsuits … more
Due to COVID-19, high schools are issuing tickets to fans attending high school games this season. Deer High School uses these stickers on the bleachers to help fans locate their seats for the … more
A Texas man visiting Izard County in 2004 has been arrested and charged with murder (1st) degree in connection with the death of Rebekah Christian Gould, whose body was discovered 16 years ago on a … more
President Donald Trump and Vice President Michael R. Pence received almost 80% of the vote in the presidential general election held Tuesday, Nov. 3, unofficial results show. Likewise, Republican … more
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MARSHALL — Marshall Police Chief Lang Holland has resigned amid hate-filled social media posts asking fellow Trump supporters to “hang” Democrats in response to the apparent defeat of the … more
The Arkansas Arts Council is accepting registrations from public, charter and private schools as well as homeschool groups to participate in the 2021 Arkansas Poetry Out Loud competition. The … more
Arkansas State Police Special Agents are investigating a Carroll County homicide. Anthony DeAlmedia, 42, was shot Friday, Nov. 6, outside a residence located at 840 County Road 533 south of … more
LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Asa Hutchinson said a winter strategy will be in place this year as a way to combat spread of the coronavirus. Officials have warned that as temperatures begin to drop for the … more
Fast facts: Spending on goods rises 2.2 percent Personal savings rate drops to 14.3 percent Savings rate still well above pre-pandemic rate FAYETTEVILLE — Consumer spending inched … more
Fast Facts: Division of Agriculture to study benefits to pastures, sheep from shade trees Several species used; selected with input from University of Missouri FAYETTEVILLE — If there was … more
Fast Facts: Johnsongrass and some other forages pose risks to livestock after frost Toxic levels of prussic acid will dissipate if forage allowed to dry LITTLE ROCK — With the arrival of … more
Fast facts Q3 gross domestic product up 33.1 percent from previous quarter Q3 GDP clocks in at $18.5 trillion FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — The U.S. gross domestic product grew 33.1 percent from … more
Fast facts Cattle industry digging out from pandemic disruptions Marketings, placements rise above year-ago figures FAYETTEVILLE – The cattle industry seems to be shrugging off some of the … more
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