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Arkansas Times 2h
The plants' combined emissions of 42,000 tons of sulfur dioxide and 20,000 tons of nitrogen oxides were causing air pollution as far away as St. Louis and Memphis.
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Arkansas Times 5h
Sen. Tom Cotton has sent a memo to supporters of his Republican Majority Fund PAC taking credit for significant help to Republican Rep. French Hill in more than $200,000 spent to drive down Democratic challenger Clarke Tucker's popularity.
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Arkansas Times 6h
A federal judge has temporarily restored the White House press credentials of CNN's Jim Acosta, barred essentially because Donald Trump doesn't like him.
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Arkansas Times 7h
Catching up on developments in the ugly note the Little Rock Fraternal Order of Police injected into the runoff race for mayor yesterday.
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Arkansas Times 8h
The three most commonly harvested turtles are common snapper, American softshell and red-eared sliders, and 95 percent of the harvesting comes from the Delta. Missouri, Alabama and Florida already ban the harvest of freshwater turtles.
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Arkansas Times 24h
Numbers don't lie. Check out the latest analysis by Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families on winners and losers under Gov. Asa Hutchinson's plan to cut income taxes.
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Arkansas Times Nov 15
That Medicaid work rule keeps working — the number disqualified is now more than 12,000.
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Arkansas Times Nov 15
“I'll add my two cents to the chorus of advice for Democrats in 2020: Do not limit your imagination by falling back on candidates who have previously appeared on the ballot.”
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Arkansas Times Nov 15
Much is yet to be determined as Arkansas gears up for casinos. Here's what we know so far, and what we don't.
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Arkansas Times Nov 15
State Rep. Charles Blake of Little Rock has sent us draft legislation of a vote security law. It's timely.
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Arkansas Times Nov 14
A coalition calling itself Arkansans for Responsible Spending has responded to Gov. Asa Hutchinson's budget outline: invest in services and people before cutting taxes.
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Arkansas Times Nov 14
After mediation, Arkansas State University and the University of Miami have settled a legal dispute over cancellation of a 2017 football game in Jonesboro because of a hurricane threat.
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Arkansas Times Nov 14
A Forbes "30 under 30" feature on promising young scientists includes Little Rock native Luke Osborn, 29 now a Ph.D. candidate at Johns Hopkins University.
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Arkansas Times Nov 14
As results continue to trickle in, the national media has realized that Donald Trump was blowing smoke in claiming a sweeping Republican victory in last Tuesday's election.
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Arkansas Times Nov 13
Jon Woods, the former Republican senator serving an 18-year prison sentence, has joined a number of other inmates in a proposition for Donald Trump — put them to work building a border wall in return for suspended sentences.
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Arkansas Times Nov 13
This week: the contract negotiations between Little Rock Education Association and LRSD regarding Fair Teacher Dismissal Act, the LR Mayoral Runoff Election, and lack of coverage of white nationalist’s rally. Sgt. Willie Davis talks community policing.
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Arkansas Times Nov 13
Well it appears that the Virginia suburbs of Washington and New York city will divide new Amazon headquarters operations. Here's a critical review of the outcome from The New Republic.
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Arkansas Times Nov 13
Marilyn Nolan, the former CEO of Preferred Family Healthcare, pleaded guilty Friday in federal court in Springfield to a conspiracy charge.
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Arkansas Times Nov 12
A new report shows a drop in funding for nonprofit organizations in Arkansas, a 10 percent decline since 2000.
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Arkansas Times Nov 12
You've no doubt heard that Donald Trump skipped the first Armistice commemoration ceremony in France on account of rain. He did make a rainy day appearance at a cemetery Sunday, but he managed to make it about himself.
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