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22 hrs ago | Log Cabin Democrat
An 11-year-old boy thought that it'd be okay to leave his Murray 10-speed in the bike rack while at the library around noon Wednesday.
Yesterday | FOX16
A possible interstate project that would cost nearly a billion dollars has brought in the prospect of tolling drivers on Interstate 40. It's not a sure thing right now, but just the thought has some drivers wanting the State to pump the brakes on this notion.
Thursday | Arkansas Times
When asked what he wants to be when he grows up, 10-year-old Mason Engstrom promptly replied, "Architectural engineer."
Thursday | Arkansas Times
The Arkansas Highway Department received a study yesterday that said Arkansas could pay for an additional lane on I-40 between North Little Rock and Memphis with toll roads, if federal law allowed.
The ongoing squabble over funding one of Arkansas's busiest jails came to a head again Tuesday night.
A mother grieving the loss of her murdered son, now sending a message to the community.
Parents of a child lost in the Sandy Hook shooting say there's more schools and parents can do to keep their kids safe in the classroom.
Webb Hubbell talks about the background to his political thriller based in Little Rock, Arkansas, where Mr. Hubbell was once the mayor.
The Porter Fund , founded by Little Rock novelists Jack Butler and Phillip McMath in 1984, has announced writer and Arkansas Times contributing editor Mara Leveritt as the recipient of the 2014 Porter Fund Literary Prize.
With Fort Smith city government looking like Petrino's face the day after his skirt chasing motorcycle trek, some are calling for a new form of municipal governance.
Going up? Independence County received a $150,000 County Courthouse Restoration Subgrant to install an elevator at the 1940 courthouse.
Just as the Razorclean Maids Inc. lawsuit against O.J.'s Service Two Inc. of North Little Rock was about to get dirty with O.J.'s discovery requests, Razorclean asked that the case be withdrawn.
It may just initially be two trucks from a municipal water department, but the move this past week by Springdale officials toward acquiring and testing utility vehicles powered by compressed natural gas is likely to be an historical marker for alternative energy use in Northwest Arkansas.
The accident happened in the woods at Lake Leatherwood during the Fat Tire Festival around 9:30 a.m..
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Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 10:10 pm
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