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Trending Arkansas News:

  • Arkansas elderly care program's gaps drawing scrutiny
  • 2 tornadoes confirmed in Arkansas; straight-line winds blew trees onto homes, weather service says
  • Mann on Main project opens today
  • American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy: 2017 State Scorecard (Including Arkansas)
  • A pitch made for downtown site for Tech Park
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  • Arkansas' John L. Smith, ex-MSU coach, facing bankruptcy
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  • 1,500 more Arkansas guardsmen sent to Texas
  • Storms down trees, knock out power in Arkansas
  • Marijuana businesses optimistic for Trump
  • Storms to take aim at Plains in turbulent week of weather
  • Stop turkeys from being dropped from plane at Arkansas festival, lawmen are urged
  • Baylor says 'Ken Starr is president' amid speculation
  • Creditors claim bankrupt Smith dumped $2M
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  • Public housing looks outward
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