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  • Czech group visits state

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — A trade delegation from the Czech Republic visited Little Rock this week as part of efforts by the Arkansas Economic Development Commission to attract foreign investment. About 17 businessmen from the Czech Republic were in Little Rock on Wednesday. The group …

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  • Police investigating 2 explosions

    WALNUT RIDGE (AP) — Two explosions have rattled Lawrence County, but authorities do not know what caused them. The first explosion occurred Saturday at 7:30 p.m., and the second one happened Tuesday at 12:45 p.m. No injuries or damage related to the explosions have been …

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  • Toddler burned by bottled liquid

    BENTON (AP) — Benton police say they’re investigating after a child was burned by an unidentified, bottled liquid while playing at a park. One of the 17-month-old child’s parents told officers Wednesday night that the toddler had picked up a bottle containing a red liquid …

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  • House rejects ending life sentences for juveniles

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Juvenile offenders in Arkansas will continue to be sentenced to life without parole for certain crimes after the state House rejected a bill to end the practice. House members voted 53-29 Thursday against the proposal to eliminate the sentence for future …

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  • Lotto scholarship changes garner legislative support

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The Arkansas House has approved two major changes to the way lottery-funded scholarships are awarded. By a 64-23 vote, the House approved legislation that would cut the scholarships incoming freshmen would receive and base eligibility solely on standardized testing. A separate …

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  • House panel OKs drug testing for benefits bill

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Arkansans who apply for certain job-training benefits and other family aid could be required to take a drug test under a proposal endorsed by a House committee on Thursday. The House Committee on Public Health, Welfare and Labor sent a bill …

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  • LawCo baseball coach resigns, being investigated

    IMBODEN (AP) — The baseball coach for Sloan Hendrix High School, who abruptly resigned last week, is now the subject of a criminal probe by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department. The Jonesboro Sun reports that the coach has not been charged with a crime, and …

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  • Concealed guns would be allowed in courthouses

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — County employees and elected officials could carry concealed handguns in a courthouse if a quorum court approves the practice under legislation approved by the Arkansas Senate. The bill approved by the Senate on a 33-1 vote Tuesday would allow concealed handguns …

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  • Senate to vote on proposed Ten Commandments display

    LITTLE ROCK — A day after it stalled before a legislative panel, an effort to allow a privately funded monument to the Ten Commandments near the Arkansas Capitol advanced to the state Senate on Tuesday for a vote. The Senate State Agencies and Governmental Affairs …

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  • Panel OKs bills banning ‘re-homing’ of adoptees

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Legislation banning the “re-homing” of some adopted children is heading to the Arkansas Senate for a vote, a move prompted by a state lawmaker who gave his adopted daughters to away to a man who later sexually assaulted one of them. …

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  • Juvenile life sentence bill advanced from House panel

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Arkansas juveniles would no longer face sentences of life without parole under a bill advanced by a House panel on Tuesday. The House Judiciary Committee endorsed the heavily amended bill in a voice vote after the Arkansas Prosecuting Attorneys Association withdrew …

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  • Religious expression bill rejected

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — An Arkansas House committee has again rejected a proposal to support religious expression in a student’s coursework or attire. Opponents have said the bill is unnecessary and unconstitutional. The House Education Committee in a voice vote Tuesday did not advance a …

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