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  • Legislative panel tables proposal to end life without parole for juveniles

    LITTLE ROCK — A proposal to end life without parole sentences for juveniles stalled before a legislative panel on Tuesday after facing heavy opposition from the state’s prosecutors. The House Judiciary Committee tabled the proposal to amend Arkansas’ sentencing laws to eliminate life without parole …

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  • Estate planning clinic offered to cancer patients, survivors

    LITTLE ROCK — A free estate planning clinic for cancer patients and cancer survivors will be held Saturday at the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock. One-hour appointments are available at either 10:30 or 11:30 …

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  • Panel OKs rollback on fluoride requirement

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — An Arkansas House committee on Tuesday endorsed a proposal to let water suppliers opt out of a statewide fluoridation requirement, siding with the bill sponsor who said such decisions should be made on the local level. The House Committee on Public …

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  • 14,000 Entergy customers still without power

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Entergy Arkansas says just more than 14,000 customers remain without power after a winter storm moved across the state. Entergy said that most will have power restored by 10 p.m. today, but some repairs may take until Wednesday. The most outages, …

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  • Arkansas officials say storm damage less than expected

    LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas safety and transportation officials on Monday said the fallout from sleet and snow wasn’t as bad as officials feared after temperatures dropped more than 40 degrees in two days. Arkansas State Police spokesman Bill Sadler said troopers didn’t report any fatal …

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  • 2 counties see more unvaccinated students

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The state’s health department says two northwest Arkansas counties have more school-age children who aren’t vaccinated than other jurisdictions. The department says almost 900 students in Benton County and almost 600 students in Washington County have been exempted from at least …

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  • LR director wants to allow public more time to talk

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The Little Rock Board of Directors will consider easing its rules on public comment after a resident was interrupted during a meeting. Director Erma Hendrix wants to extend the time a person can speak from three to five minutes. She also …

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  • Red Cross reminds people to prepare for winter

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The American Red Cross is reminding Arkansas residents to stay informed about bad weather and to have a plan ready to go in case of an emergency. The agency says residents should monitor local forecasts, be prepared for power outages and …

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  • Trotter, Rogers to speak to Inventors Club

    JONESBORO — The Inventors Club of Northeast Arkansas will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday at Wild Hog BBQ, located in the Highland Center at 2810 E. Highland Drive in Jonesboro. Guest speakers will include Steven Trotter and Dr. Brian Rogers. Trotter owns Nectar, a digital …

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  • Wintry weather shuts down Legislature for the day

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The Arkansas Legislature has canceled its proceedings for the day due to a winter storm that dropped snow, sleet and freezing rain throughout the state. State House and Senate officials today canceled meetings and votes that had been scheduled in both …

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  • Craft beer breweries gain popularity in central Ark.

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Craft beer breweries are gaining popularity in central Arkansas, as the state catches up with a national obsession with craft beers. There are six establishments on either side of the Arkansas River. And the area’s close-knit and growing brewing community is …

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  • Voter ID, tort reform among proposed amendments

    LITTLE ROCK — Reinstating Arkansas’ voter ID law, imposing new restrictions on lawsuit damages and eliminating the lieutenant governor’s office are among the dozens of ideas lawmakers would like to put on the ballot in 2016. With about 40 proposed constitutional amendments filed by last …

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