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  • Official dispels Arkansas diamond park myths

    TEXARKANA, Ark. (AP) — Visitors, bloggers and websites often have four common myths about the Crater of Diamonds State Park’s diamonds and its diamond search field, according to Margi Jenks, park interpreter. The myths have become similar to urban legends and fish tales, which are …

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  • Bull Shoals to host Eagle Awareness

    LAKEVIEW — Eagle Awareness Weekend will be Friday and Saturday at Bull Shoals-White River State Park in Lakeview. The bald eagle is the national symbol and is also symbolic of the ability to save and preserve species. Each winter, the Ozarks plays host to more …

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  • Murderer denied sentence commutation request

    LITTLE ROCK — An Independence County man who raped and murdered his wife has been denied a request for sentence commutation by the Arkansas Parole Board. Recommendations were announced Wednesday. In August 2003, Wesley A. Hester pleaded guilty to rape, first-degree domestic battering and first-degree …

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  • Dispute between father, son turns deadly

    PINE BLUFF (AP) — Authorities in Jefferson County say a dispute between a father and son has resulted in the county’s first homicide of 2015. Sheriff’s office officials say deputies responded to a 911 call on Friday about a report of a domestic disturbance in …

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  • Main Street Arkansas reviving business districts

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — A downtown revitalization program is helping Arkansas cities revive their business districts. Since 1984, Main Street Arkansas has worked with cities throughout the state, helping to fund and providing guidance on downtown revitalization projects. Main Street Arkansas cities have yielded a …

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  • State takeover of Little Rock schools urged

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — A Little Rock School Board member says the board is dysfunctional and a former member says the state should take over the district. Board member Leslie Fisken says in a letter to state Education Board member Vicki Saviers that the board …

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  • Arkansas law enforcement agencies eye body cameras

    BENTONVILLE (AP) — Arkansas law enforcement officials say they would like to equip their officers with body cameras but that their cost may prevent it. Benton County Sheriff Kelley Cradduck says the cost of body cameras — more than $1,000 per camera — is a …

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  • Steamboat model being donated to Arkansas group

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — An Illinois teacher who spent two years creating a replica of an 1865 steamboat is donating the 14-foot model to a historical group in eastern Arkansas. Gene Salecker of River Grove, Illinois, built the model of the Sultana steamboat, which exploded …

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  • Official says water supplier’s funds running dry

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The chairman of a water supplier that serves four rural northwest Arkansas counties says it’s running a deficit each month. He says that the Ozark Mountain Regional Public Water Authority likely will begin relying on credit to make up the difference …

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  • Mayflower-Vilonia tornado tops 2014 AP list

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Arkansas’ worst natural disaster of 2014 has been selected by Associated Press members as the state’s top news story of the year, edging out the Republican dominance in the midterm elections and court decisions that opened the door to marriages between …

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  • Teen killed, 2 hurt in crash near Pocahontas

    POCAHONTAS (AP) — Arkansas State Police say a 15-year-old girl was killed and two other teenagers were injured in a single-vehicle crash near Pocahontas. A state police report says Summer Ungerrank of Pocahontas died in the crash just before 7:30 p.m. Monday. The report says …

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  • Businesses have 1 month to seek disaster loans

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Arkansas businesses that sustained economic damage following storms, tornadoes and flooding in April have one month left to apply for a federal disaster loan from the U.S. Small Business Administration. Linda Nelson, director of the SBA’s Arkansas office, says Jan. 29 …

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