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  • Children’s hospital requests valentines

    LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Children’s Hospital is hoping to bring cheer to its young patients and is asking people with Internet access to submit Valentine’s Day greetings via its website. “Some of the patients at Arkansas Children’s Hospital won’t be able to exchange valentines with …

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  • State House would require teaching of cursive writing

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — All Arkansas public schools would have to teach cursive writing beginning this fall under a proposal endorsed by the House Thursday over the objection of some lawmakers who said it is no longer needed to be successful in a technology-dominated world. …

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  • Arkansas Flower, Garden Show launches new website

    LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Flower and Garden Show has a new face at www.argardenshow.org. The new website went public on Tuesday — just in time for the 2015 show, set for Feb. 20-22 at the Statehouse Convention Center in Little Rock. “We wanted our …

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  • UAMS seeking persons suffering from tinnitus

    LITTLE ROCK — Persons with tinnitus (ringing in the ears) are being recruited for an experimental treatment by the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock. Researchers are studying the use of transcranial magnetic stimulation, a noninvasive treatment that the Federal Food and …

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  • National Guard may receive additional planes, facility

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The Arkansas Air National Guard has confirmed that its Air Guard units would receive additional aircraft and a new facility under the U.S. Air Force’s fiscal 2016 requests that are part of President Barack Obama’s proposed federal budget. The Air Force …

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  • ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ to be performed at ASU-MH

    MOUNTAIN HOME — The play “To Kill a Mockingbird” will be presented at 7 p.m. Friday at the Vada Sheid Community Development Center on the campus of Arkansas State University in Mountain Home. The play, based on Harper Lee’s Pulitzer-prize-winning novel, offers a keyhole view …

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  • Flu death count up to 35

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The Arkansas Department of Health says 35 people in the state have died of the flu. The department’s spokesman, Kerry Krell, said Tuesday that 28 of the deaths were people over 65 years old. Five of the people who died were …

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  • Federal employee indicted on child porn charge

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — A federal Transportation Security Administration inspector has been indicted on a child pornography charge. U.S. Attorney Chris Thyer in Little Rock announced in a news release today that 54-year-old Raymond Kinney of Jacksonville has been indicted by a federal grand jury …

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  • Settlement proposed in suit over inmate death

    BENTONVILLE (AP) — The Benton County Quorum Court is to consider a $652,000 settlement of a lawsuit over the death of an inmate at the county jail. Fifty-two-year-old Faith Whitcomb died May 3, 2012 of pancreatic cancer that went untreated while she was in the …

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  • AG certifies wording of alcohol sales proposal

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Attorney General Leslie Rutledge’s office has cleared the way for a group calling for legalizing alcohol sales statewide to begin gathering signatures to put the proposal on the 2016 ballot. Rutledge’s office on Tuesday certified the wording of the proposed constitutional …

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  • Woman found dead in Baxter County home

    JORDAN (AP) — Baxter County authorities are investigating the death of a woman found in a home in the town of Jordan in the southeastern part of the county. Sheriff John Montgomery says 59-year-old Deborah Kinney was found dead Monday by her husband. Montgomery says …

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  • Bill would expand right to use deadly force

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — An Arkansas lawmaker is proposing expanding citizen’s rights to use deadly force to defend themselves. Republican Rep. Dwight Tosh of Jonesboro on Tuesday filed a “stand your ground” bill that would expand the legal justifications for someone to use deadly force …

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