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  • Bill would allow guns at bars, polling places, Capitol

    LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas’ gun-free zones would drastically shrink under a bill to allow concealed weapons at bars, churches, schools, polling locations, local government meetings, the state Capitol and other prohibited places. Republican Rep. Dan Sullivan of Jonesboro said Tuesday that his omnibus gun bill …

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  • Foreign law court ban advanced

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — A measure heading to the Arkansas House would prohibit judges in the state from basing any rulings on foreign laws, including Islamic Sharia law. The House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday endorsed the bill to ban the state’s courts from basing its …

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  • Chancellor sought for ASU Mid-South

    WEST MEMPHIS (AP) — Arkansas State University and Mid-South Community College have started the search for a chancellor when the two merge later this year. The community college in West Memphis will become Arkansas State University Mid-South on July 1, pending approval by the Higher …

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  • Forming new districts to be easier

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The Arkansas Senate has given final legislative approval to a bill easing restrictions on the creation of new school districts. By a 20-6 vote, the Senate approved and sent to the governor’s desk a bill that would lower the amount of …

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  • Tornado talk on agenda; snow and ice in forecast

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The National Weather Service launched its Severe Weather Awareness Week on Monday with an ominous forecast — but not THAT kind. On a day when forecasters are scheduled to review safety tips for the public in advance of the state’s tornado …

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  • Residents asked to submit photos of Arkansas for site

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Gov. Asa Hutchinson wants residents to submit photos they think best represent Arkansas to feature on the March 27 launch of his new website. Professional and amateur photographers alike are encouraged to participate. No pictures of flowers and dogs — the …

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  • Group to tout businesses promoting LGBT diversity

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — A national group is touting Arkansas businesses that it says are promoting diversity for gays and lesbians as it fights “conscience protection” legislation that critics say would justify discrimination. The Human Rights Campaign on Tuesday planned to announce its “Equality is …

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  • Hot Springs’ Fordyce turns 100

    HOT SPRINGS — The Fordyce on Bathhouse Row in Hot Springs National Park turns 100 this year. Bathhouse Row is a National Historic Landmark District. Eight picturesque and historic bathhouses are located on the row, including the Fordyce, which serves as the park’s visitor center. …

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  • What will Arkansas do with its death penalty: Abolish it, or add firing squad?

    LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas is approaching the 10-year anniversary of its last execution and two lawmakers are trying to shape what comes next. Eric Nance was executed Nov. 28, 2005 for the 1993 murder and attempted rape of a Malvern teenager. Legal challenges to the …

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  • Suspected puppy mill found near Jonesboro nets 31 dogs

    JONESBORO (AP) — County officials are investigating after a suspected puppy mill outside Jonesboro turned up 31 dogs living in a semi-trailer. Eighteen 18 of the discovered dogs were female —most of them pregnant — and 13 males were taken to a veterinary care facility, …

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  • Veterans officials: 48 claims’ dates were altered

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — An inspection of the Little Rock veterans benefits center found that staff members were marking overlooked claims — many almost 2 years old — to make them appear as if they had just been filed. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs …

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  • Panel will hold hearing on plan to hike salaries

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — An Arkansas commission is holding a public hearing on its plan to more than double legislators’ salaries and give substantial pay hikes to other elected officials. The Independent Citizens Commission planned to hold the hearing today at the University of Arkansas …

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