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  • Runoff election set

    RUSSELLVILLE (AP) — Unofficial results from the Arkansas Secretary of State show a runoff will be needed to choose the lawmaker who will replace former Senate President Michael Lamoureux. Greg Standridge and Stan Berry were the two highest vote-getters in Tuesday’s primary. They will compete …

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  • New Speaker addresses House after election

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The new speaker of the Arkansas House says he and his colleagues have an opportunity to provide “stability and strength” for the state. Rep. Jeremy Gillam of Judsonia addressed House members following his election as House Speaker on Monday. He said …

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  • Wheat plantings down 16 percent in 2014

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The U.S. Department of Agriculture says wheat plantings in Arkansas are down 16 percent compared to the previous year. The University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service said Monday that 465,000 acres of wheat planted in the fall of 2013 were harvested …

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  • Town hall meeting to be held on ‘Law, Order and Community’

    LITTLE ROCK — A “Law, Order and Community” film screening and town hall meeting with community leaders and law enforcement personnel will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday at Mosaic Templars Cultural Center in Little Rock. Keith A. Beauchamp, filmmaker and host of Investigation Discovery’s …

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  • PBS’s ‘Antiques Roadshow’ to stop in Little Rock

    CONWAY — The Public Broadcasting Service series “Antiques Roadshow” will visit Little Rock as part of a six-city summer tour. The show and Arkansas Educational Television Network will host an all-day appraisal event July 25. The show airs locally at 7 p.m. every Monday. Fans …

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  • A user’s guide to the Legislature’s 2015 session

    LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Legislature convenes today for its regular legislative session. A new governor takes office on Tuesday. A rundown on the session and how to follow the lawmakers’ activities: WHAT’S AT STAKE? — The biggest question lawmakers face revolves around the future …

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  • Ark. Air Nat’s Guard has first female commander

    FORT SMITH (AP) — The Arkansas Air National Guard’s 188th Air Wing has a new commander. Col. Bobbi Doorenbos took over Sunday during a ceremony in which she replaces Col. Mark Anderson. Doorenbos becomes the first female commander of an Arkansas National Guard wing, but …

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  • SHARE aids exchange of health information

    JONESBORO — Physicians and providers throughout Arkansas can now access immediately and securely exchange current, updated electronic health records for patients who have been seen at Northeast Arkansas Baptist, which is now participating with SHARE, the Statewide Health Information Exchange. SHARE enables providers at different …

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  • Freezing rain, sleet possible

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The National Weather Service says freezing rain and sleet are possible across much of Arkansas during the weekend. The weather service says cold temperatures will continue through Friday, followed by moisture moving into the region and freezing rain and sleet expected …

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  • 9,500 Entergy customers awake without electricity

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — About 9,500 Entergy customers in Arkansas awoke to frigid temperatures and without electricity, but the company says the outages are fewer than 1,000. The utility reported that the number of outages were reduced to just more than 950 by early Thursday …

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  • Stickers mark location for Safe Havens

    LITTLE ROCK — Hospitals and law enforcement offices across Arkansas now have stickers in their windows designating them as drop-off locations for babies covered by Arkansas’ Safe Haven law. The law, passed in 2001, allows a parent to drop off a baby 30 days old …

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  • 2 kidnappers sentenced

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — A U.S. attorney’s office says two Texas men each have been sentenced to at least 12 years in prison in the kidnapping of an Arkansas man and then lying to FBI agents about it. Twenty-one-year-old Aldo Cantu and 22-year-old Anthony Segura …

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