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Romero: COVID-19 Positivity Percentage Decreasing Among ChildrenState officials provided new information on COVID-19 cases among children in Arkansas. As the start date to school approaches on August 24, there has been a concern around the risk of them contracting the virus.

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Arkansas man sentenced to 10 years for attempting to entice 13-year-old for sexA Winslow man has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison without the possibility of parole for the attempted enticement of a minor to engage in sexual activity.

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Arkansas COVID-19 Hospitalizations Decline; State Releases Return-To-School GuideThe number of Arkansans hospitalized with COVID-19 continues to decline, though new cases and deaths due to the coronavirus are steadily rising.

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Arcturus Aerospace Holds Grand Opening of New Little Rock FacilityArcturus Aerospace has opened its new manufacturing facilities in Arkansas. The company held its grand opening and ribbon-cutting on Thursday, Aug.

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Walmart Corporate Employees In Arkansas To Continue Working Remotely Until JanuaryWalmart will continue having corporate office employees working remotely through at least Jan.

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Hutchinson: Arkansas Has 'Couple Consistent Days of Decline' for COVID-19 StatsGov. Asa Hutchinson provided his daily COVID-19 update today and pointed out "a couple consistent days of decline" in the number of new COVID-19 cases, active cases and related hospitalizations.

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Today's news: Are we ready for school?The COVID-19 pandemic is reshaping all aspects of life in Arkansas. We're interested in hearing from doctors, nurses and other health care workers; from patients and their families; from people in longterm care facilities and their families; from parents and students affected by the crisis; from people who have lost their job; from people with...

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J.B. Hunt Launches Three-Month Electric Truck Testing PhaseJ.B. Hunt Transport, Inc. has launched an electric testing phase for its trucking fleet. The company, a subsidiary of J.B. Tranport Services, Inc., completed its first delivery with an electric transport - the Freightliner eCascadia, which is an all-electric Class&.

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Dazzmin Murry launches nonprofit to connect creativesTune in on the Creators' Village Facebook page tonight at 6:30 p.m. for a discussion on "Understanding Profitability and Income Streams," with Murry and panelists Dondrae "Ferocious" Vinson, Owner and Head Engineer at Ferocious Production Studios; BK Simmons, founder of Venture Noire; and Chris James, Founder and Owner of The House of Art and...

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Arkansas Air National Guard to install UV lights to prevent COVID spreadAug. 13 - The Arkansas Air National Guard's 189th Airlift Wing plans to install 50 Krypton Light Disinfection UV lights throughout the Little Rock Air Force Base in Arkansas and eventually find ways to use the light sources inside aircraft.

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Oliva Pinto Wins; Perico Falls in Rd of 32 at U.S. AmateurBANDON, Ore. – Arkansas junior Segundo Oliva Pinto won his Round of 32 match Thursday, defeating McClure Meissner 2&1, and will turn around to face Tyler Strafaci in the Round of 16 later today at the 2020 USGA U.S. Amateur Championship, held at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort.

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Coronavirus today: A guide for concerned parentsSchools again dominate the coronavirus daily briefing.

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Washington Regional Receives Regional Award for Heart Attack CareWashington Regional has received the Mission: Lifeline Regional STEMI Trailblazer Achievement Award as a part of the Arkansas region.

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Hope Fire Department Accepting Applications for FirefighterApplicants must be 18 years of age and free of any felony convictions, as well as a person of good character and reputatio.

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Oliva Pinto moves on to round of 16 at U.S. AmateurNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Arkansas releases pandemic back-to-school guide; state logs 652 new virus casesArkansas on Thursday released a guide to help students, parents and educators prepare for in-person classes to resume this month amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Walmart tells workers to plan to work remotely through JanuaryWalmart office employees will continue working out home through January 2021. A hint for Asa, maybe?

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Free Men's Health Event in Little Rock to Help Screen Men for Prostate CancerArkansas Urology invites men to participate in the 16th annual Kickoff to Men’s Health event in observance of National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month.

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Severe storms possible in Northwest ArkansasStorms could bring damaging winds, quarter size hail and up to four inches of rainfall in some areas of Northwest Arkansas on Thursday night, forecasters say.

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UA Little Rock Has Record-Breaking Fundraising Year With Almost $48 MillionFor the fourth consecutive year, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock has increased its fundraising, posting a record-breaking year for 2020.

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Thousands sign petition to remove ‘White Pride' billboard at entrance to Arkansas cityA widely viewed video showing the reactions to a white man holding a "Black Lives Matter" sign in an Arkansas city home to the Ku Klux Klan has reignited a push to remove a "White Pride" billboard at the entrance to the town.

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J.B. Hunt Starts Electric TestsJ.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. of Lowell made its first delivery with an all-electric tractor Tuesday.

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Art in the Airport projects issues call for artistsDesign fees of $10,000 will be awarded to selected artists.

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Here's what passes for safety in the schools: A few ounces of hand sanitizer.The COVID-19 pandemic is reshaping all aspects of life in Arkansas. We're interested in hearing from doctors, nurses and other health care workers; from patients and their families; from people in longterm care facilities and their families; from parents and students affected by the crisis; from people who have lost their job; from people with...

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COVID-19 cases continue to grow at NE Arkansas nursing homeA Northeast Arkansas nursing home reported another increase this week in the number of positive COVID-19 cases.

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A question for the governor's spin session todayArkansas is a top 10 state for positive coronavirus testing. And we're pushing to play football?

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US Jobless Claims Fall Below 1M But Remain HighThe number of laid-off workers applying for unemployment aid fell below 1 million last week for the first time since the viral pandemic intensified five months ago, yet still remains at a high level.

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Three Razorbacks Earn Sponsor Exemptions for Walmart NW Arkansas Championship Presented by P&GFAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Ela Anacona, Maria Hoyos and Brooke Matthews will all take part in the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship Presented by P&G, the LPGA announced Thursday.

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UAMS Announces New $2M Broadband Grant ProgramThe University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences announced Thursday that 30 grants of up to $75,000 each are now available to help the state's rural communities apply for federal grants and loans to fund broadband deployment projects.

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Tom Brannon to Fill Ed Buckner's Spot as THV11 Weather ChiefKTHV in Little Rock is bringing back longtime anchor and weatherman Tom Brannon as chief meteorologist as Ed Buckner extends his medical leave indefinitely.

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What's Happening in Arkansas: August 13Check out the latest news from around Arkansas! Every day, we'll bring you some of the best news bits from around the Internet.

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Anthony Timberlands Center receives $1 million giftThe university opened the nation's first large-scale mass timber residence hall in 2019: Adohi Hall, designed by a collaborative including Modus Architects of Fayetteville, which is the local contractor for the Anthony Timberlands Center.

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Thirsty Thursday: Abbi's Teas and Things Serves Up Unique, Delicious Tea BlendsThis week's Thirsty Thursday takes AY About You to Abbi's Teas and Things on 2622 Kavanaugh Blvd!

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Former Deltic Timber Corp. CEO Donates $1M to UAThe University of Arkansas in Fayetteville announced Thursday a $1 million donation from former Deltic Timber Corp.

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CARES Act dollars help hard-hit Marshallese, Latinx communitiesNorthwest Arkansas Council grant will pay for testing, contact tracing and case management to bring down high rates of infection.

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Fourteen Arkansas Companies Named to 2020 Fastest-Growing Companies ListArkansas may be known for its massive retail companies, poultry operations and transportation companies, but it is gaining recognition for cultivating fast-growing companies throughout the state.

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Locals 'Ecstatic' Over Johnny Morris' Dogpatch PurchaseLocal and state officials were pleased to hear that the 400-acre Dogpatch USA theme park property in Newton County was purchased last month by an LLC led by Bass Pro Shops founder Johnny Morris.

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A reminder: Obamacare has been very good for ArkansasThe Affordable Care Act has been very good to Arkansas, try though dominant Republicans have done to wreck it.

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Governor Hutchinson to Provide COVID-19 Update Today at 1:30 pmLITTLE ROCK – Governor Asa Hutchinson will provide an update to media this afternoon regarding Arkansas’s COVID-19 response.

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CPS Open HouseParents of kindergarten students and students new to the Hope Public Schools in grades K-4 participated in a COVID-19 aware Open House at Clinton Primary School, Aug.

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Drive-by Open HouseBeryl Henry Elementary School students and their parents got back to school supplies and required forms and information in a "grab and go" Open House, Aug.

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Is the COVID-19 death toll even higher than thought, including in Arkansas? Evidence points that way.Arkansas, like most states, is experiencing a higher than normal death rate. COVID-19 is suspected as a cause.

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Three Razorbacks Earn Sponsor Exemptions for Walmart NW Arkansas Championship Presented by P&GFAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Ela Anacona, Maria Hoyos and Brooke Matthews will all take part in the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship Presented by P&G, the LPGA announced today.

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A teacher's fear about school opening; and a mass letter to state leaders on a better path to reopenA scared teacher and a mass protest of the state's unprepared rush to resume in-person school.

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Together is a Good WordDaniel Bramlett One of my greatest joys is being a part of the Church. The Lord knew this would be important so He gave me a great love for the Body of Christ at an.

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Joyce Elliott: A first and a last for ArkansasJoyce Elliott seeks to be a first and make Arkansas the last to elect a Black to Congress.

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Fayetteville police investigating after body foundPolice are investigating a possible homicide after a man's body was found Wednesday morning in a wooded area.

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WATCH LIVE: Governor, state health officials to give 1:30 p.m. virus updateGov. Asa Hutchinson and state health officials will provide an update on Arkansas' covid-19 response at 1:30 p.m.

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Longtime meteorologist to return to THV11, station announcesLongtime anchor and forecaster Tom Brannon will return to THV11 as chief meteorologist, the station announced Thursday.

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Thank goodness Arkansas is in the SECJohn Nabors gives his reasons as to why Arkansas should be happy they are in the SEC during the time of COVID 19.

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Dally's Fly Fishing Report 8/12/20Elizabeth found this on a hopper with Brian Kick There comes a time in our maturation as fishermen when we stop fishing to achieve, and start fishing to discover.

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Thousands sign petition to remove ‘White Pride' billboard at entrance to Arkansas cityA widely viewed video showing the reactions to a white man holding a "Black Lives Matter" sign in an Arkansas city home to the Ku Klux Klan has reignited a push to remove a "White Pride" billboard at the entrance to the town.

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Lawrence County man arrested in wife's death, authorities sayA Lawrence County man was arrested this week in the death of his 24-year-old wife.

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President Trump says UAE to open diplomatic ties with IsraelDUBAI, United Arab Emirates — President Donald Trump said on Thursday that the United Arab Emirates and Israel have agreed to establish full diplomatic ties as part of a deal to halt the annexation of occupied land sought by the Palestinians for their future state.

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COVID-19 cases continue to grow at NE Arkansas nursing homeA Northeast Arkansas nursing home reported another increase this week in the number of positive COVID-19 cases.

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Arkansas man tied to slaying in AlaskaAn Arkansas man who killed himself last week after being questioned by police in the 1996 murder of a teen in Alaska left a note to his wife saying he couldn't take it anymore, according to a report.

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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 8/13/20Good morning, it's Thursday, August 13th. I'm Lucas Dixon and these are the top headlines from the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

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Arkansas 195 set for weekend closeConstruction work on a section of Arkansas 195 in Hempstead County will require closing it to through traffic and installing a detour this weekend, the Arkansas Department of Transportation said.

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John Deering Cartoon: Don't Know MuchSee the latest work from editorial cartoonist John Deering.

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COVID-19 in Arkansas: Gov. Hutchinson gives updates on cases, responseAs of Wednesday afternoon,  August 12, Arkansas had 51,114 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state. The first novel coronavirus case in Baxter County was confirmed on March 27.

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Arkansas next college stop for MaewinUniversity of Arkansas basketball Coach Eric Musselman secured his second 2021 commitment with the pledge of junior college forward Akol Mawein on Wednesday.

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U.S. jobless claims fall below 1 million but remain highWASHINGTON — The number of laid-off workers applying for unemployment aid fell below 1 million last week for the first time since the viral pandemic intensified five months ago, yet still remains at a high level.

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What's next move for college leaders?News and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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It's still too soon to decide to end seasonNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Arkansas pledge Hollingsworth among talented PiratesNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Razorbacks roundtable: Assessing Arkansas' quarterbacksNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Time to step up: Henry leads inexperienced group at tight endNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Razorbacks roundtable: Assessing Arkansas' quarterbacksNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Womack talks about possible mission for Fort Smith Air National Guard baseThird District Rep. Steve Womack, R-Rogers, expressed confidence about the case for Fort Smith to be the home of a training mission during a visit to the city Wednesday.

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State's southwest sees flooding; in some areas, rain tops 7 inches, leads to evacuationsHeavy rains moved through the southwest part of the state Wednesday morning and into the afternoon resulted in some evacuations in Texarkana and Dierks, and damaged roads in Sevier and Howard counties, officials said.

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Biden, Harris appear for first time as a teamJoe Biden and Kamala Harris delivered a one-two punch on the character and performance of President Donald Trump on Wednesday, as they made their election case for the first time as running mates.

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UA to publish campus's covid-19 numbersThe number of covid-19 cases on the state's largest university campus will be published and regularly updated, said a University of Arkansas, Fayetteville spokesman.

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Arkansas man tied to slaying in AlaskaAn Arkansas man who killed himself last week after being questioned by police in the 1996 murder of a teen in Alaska left a note to his wife saying he couldn't take it anymore, according to a report.

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Aid talks resume, then stall quicklyA new attempt to restart economic relief negotiations between the White House and Democrats ended minutes after it began on Wednesday.

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North Little Rock district shifts times for schoolsThe North Little Rock School Board has approved changes to the school district's daily start and end times to address school pickup concerns and to allow drivers time to sanitize buses.

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Experts: Virus database adding to hospital woesNearly three dozen current and former members of a federal health advisory committee, including nine appointed or reappointed by Health Secretary Alex Azar, are warning that the Trump administration's new coronavirus database is placing an undue burden on hospitals and will have "serious consequences on data integrity."

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RESTAURANT TRANSITIONS: Grub's goes and a Gusano's will move inAmong comings and goings on the food scene, the Little Rock outlet of Fayetteville-based Grub's Bar and Grille has issued the update it promised on its Facebook page, posting Aug.

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State earnings from interest fall to $80.7MThe state treasury earned $80.7 million in interest on its $4.5 billion investment portfolio in the fiscal year that ended June 30 - a dip from $116.9 million in the previous fiscal year - as interest rates declined, state Treasurer Dennis Milligan reported this week.

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TAKEOUT TASTINGS: Spanning the globe's cuisine — within driving distanceThe time has come, the Walrus said, to eat of many things. Not shoes, not ships, not sealing wax — cabbages, perhaps, but not kings.

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Winslow man sentenced for enticing minor onlineA Winslow man was sentenced to federal prison Wednesday for attempting to entice a minor online.

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Fayetteville police investigate shootingFAYETTEVILLE — Bullets hit a residence on Applebury Drive on Wednesday morning in what police are calling "an isolated incident."

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Cox, Ricky LynnBooking Date: 08-12-2020-5:22 pm Charges: AGGRAVATED ASSAULT ON CORRECTIONAL FACIL.

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Brown, James DavidBooking Date: 08-07-2020-9:25 am Charges: POSSESSION OF FIREARM BY CERTAIN PERSONS.

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Communication Students Produce Documentary About Women in Indian CinemaStudents in the U of A Department of Communication recently finished a documentary film, Barrier-Breaking Women in Indian Cinema, for the online 2020 Bentonville Film Festival.

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Honors College Selects 21 Incoming Students for Path ProgramThe University of Arkansas Honors College has selected 21 outstanding new freshmen to participate in the Honors College Path Program, a mentoring and scholarship initiative that supports exceptional students from underrepresented populations.

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Northwest Arkansas arrest roundupBrayline Donnere Baker, 31, of 5410 Ditzler Ave. in Baytown, Mo., was arrested Tuesday in connection with possession of firearm by certain persons, aggravated assault upon a certified law enforcement officer or employee of a correctional facility, possession with purpose to deliver controlled substance and simultaneous possession of drugs and...

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Halloway, RobertBooking Date: 08-12-2020-5:56 pm Charges: POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE.

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Arkansas-side Board filing deadline is at noon todayThe Texarkana Gazette is the premier source for local news and sports in Texarkana and the surrounding Arklatex areas.

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Belgium's beach ban ranklesIt started as a Saturday trip to Belgium's coast, a chance to escape a heat wave and coronavirus restrictions for a while.

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Media captain Redstone diesSumner Redstone, who joined his family's drive-in movie chain in the 1950s and used it to build a vast media empire that included CBS and Viacom, has died.

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Election officials prepping for slow mailState officials wary of slower-than-usual mail delivery are extending mail-in ballot deadlines and making backup plans to smooth early voting in the weeks before the November election, but experts warn tens of thousands of ballots might still be thrown out.

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Parents anxious, more are opting to home schoolAs parents nationwide prepare to help their children with more distance learning, a growing number are quickly deciding to take matters into their own hands and begin home schooling.

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Covid hurt content screening, Facebook saysThe coronavirus pandemic affected Facebook's ability to remove harmful and forbidden material from its platforms, the company said Tuesday.

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Georgia district shuts 2nd school; online a struggleA suburban Atlanta school district temporarily stopped in-person instruction at a second of its six high schools on Wednesday, saying an increasing number of coronavirus cases was forcing large numbers of Cherokee County students and teachers into quarantine.

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The world in brief"I would like to reassure the public that this was not a busy service, and from inquiries and witness statements we believe all passengers have been accounted for," said Eddie Wylie, the transport force's chief superintendent.

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Aldridge, AprilBooking Date: 08-06-2020-3:41 pm Charges: COURT ORDER.

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37 virus cases identified at jail in Saline CountyThirty-seven people recently tested positive for the coronavirus at the Saline County jail in Benton, according to a news release from the county sheriff's office, but authorities said nearly all of the infected individuals have exhibited no symptoms.

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I-430 lanes to close for overpass workWork on a project to widen Cantrell Road in west Little Rock will require lane closings tonight, according to the Arkansas Department of Transportation.

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John Brummett: Up To The Challenge?We'll call this Part 2 in How to Hold an Epic Election During a Pandemic, an irregular series.

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Muted Masters: Patrons will be missing from Augusta NationalThe Masters, known as much for the roars as the raw beauty of Augusta National, will be on mute this year.

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Cox, James LynnBooking Date: 08-12-2020-2:56 pm Charges: FAILURE TO APPEARHCSO.

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Hurt, Edward WayneBooking Date: 08-12-2020-2:16 pm Charges: FAILURE TO APPEARHCSO.

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Big 12 takes steps to play fall sportsBaylor Coach Dave Aranda could see a weight being lifted off the shoulders of his players during a meeting Tuesday night, when word began to filter out that the Big 12 Conference would attempt to play football this fall.

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What's next move for college leaders?Greg Sankey, commissioner of the Southeastern Conference, talks about the decision to cancel the remaining games in the SEC NCAA college basketball tournament Thursday, March 12, 2020, in Nashville, Tenn.

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Stage set to decide last spots for NBAA team is going to reach the Western Conference playoffs with a losing record for the first time in 23 years, which ordinarily would not be exciting news.

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Evaluating Arkansas commit Akol MaweinArkansas landed a 2021 JUCO forward in Akol Mawein. 247Sports evaluates the future Razorback.

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Conway Regional Health System Takes Ownership of Renaissance Women's CenterConway Regional Health System has assumed ownership and management of the Renaissance Women's Center. The purchase was effective Aug.

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Applications Open for ICBA ThinkTECH 3.0 AcceleratorApplications are now open for the third annual ICBA ThinkTECH Accelerator program. Hosted by the Venture Center, the accelerator will invite fintechs to participate in a 12-week program that features a rigorous curriculum and access to banking industry partners.

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New Drive-In Movie Theater Coming to Little RockThere is a new drive-in movie theater coming soon to Little Rock called the MP Outdoor Cinema at 6700 Allied Way.

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MP Outdoor Cinema Coming to Little Rock: A New Drive-In Movie TheatreAccording to Scott Thompson with MP Productions, one of the largest live-event production companies in Arkansas that has been around since 1983, tells AY that the plan is to open on August 27 and play one movie each night on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.Â.

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Flooding rains fall around Texarkana, southwest Arkansas this morningPeople evacuated when parts of Texarkana are flooded by 7+ inches of rain within hours.

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Fayetteville Board of Health cites concerns over schools reopeningStaying a safe distance apart will serve a crucial role in preventing the spread of covid-19, as will wearing a mask, once schools resume in-person classes, members of the city's Board of Health said Wednesday.

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Perico, Oliva Pinto Win Opening Match at U.S. AmateurBANDON, Ore. – Julian Perico, the ninth seed, and Segundo Oliva Pinto, the 40th seed, each won their Round of 64 matches Wednesday at the USGA U.S. Amateur, played at Bandon Dunes.

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Total COVID-19 Cases Surpass 51,000, Arkansas Considering Providing Coronavirus Data By SchoolAfter announcing its lowest number of new coronavirus cases in over a month on Tuesday, Arkansas saw nearly double the number of daily cases Wednesday, bringing the total to over 51,000.

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Arkansas Department of Health: Child COVID-19 cases going down despite nationwide increaseWhile many students are returning to school, a report shows a spike of COVID-19 cases among children across the country.

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More Arkansas Parents Opting To Keep Kids Out Of Schools During The PandemicWith Gov. Asa Hutchinson mandating the reopening of brick and mortar public schools in Arkansas for in-person instruction during the week of August 24, some parents are looking at other options, like homeschooling, or one of the state's virtual charter schools.

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Arkansas State University to require masks on campusArkansas State University and other colleges in the Arkansas State University System will require masks to be worn in campus this fall, the system announced in a news release Wednesday.

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Arkansas Reports 703 New Coronavirus Cases, 7 More DeathsArkansas on Wednesday reported 703 new confirmed coronavirus cases and seven more people have died from the illness caused by the virus.

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Perico, Oliva Pinto advance to round of 32 at U.S. AmateurNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Missing, endangered Arkansas teen found safeArkansas authorities say a missing and endangered teenager was found safe Wednesday night. Abby McCool was found at a family member's home in Fort Smith.

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Arkansas reports 703 new coronavirus cases, 7 more deathsLITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Arkansas on Wednesday reported 703 new confirmed coronavirus cases and seven more people have died from the illness caused by the virus.

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Op-Ed: Creative Business: Running a Restaurant During COVID-19The world changed here in Arkansas when the COVID-19 pandemic started spreading in March. As a restauranteur for 34 years, my reality turned upside down overnight as we watched the cases of coronavirus rise.

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Upcoming ServSafe CourseThere will be a ServSafe Course on Sept 8 and Sept. 10, 2020 at Southwest AR Research and Extension Center, 382 Hwy 174 N., Hope AR 71801 Class will be from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.

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Improvements to Highway 195 in Hempstead County Will Require Weekend ClosureNR-20-229-ADownload HEMPSTEAD COUNTY - Construction work on Highway 195 will require a weekend closure in Hempstead County, according to Arkansas Department of Transportation officials.

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Arkansas man plants mystery seeds from China; USDA preps to destroyA man from Booneville, Ark. planted seeds he received from China weeks before government officials issued their warnings not to.

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College football in spring: When? Who plays? How much?News and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Arkansas River tonnage up almost 29% through JulyFueled primarily by gains in sand/gravel/rock and wheat shipments, tonnage shipped on the Arkansas River during the first seven months of totaled 6.136 million tons, up 28.8% over the same period in 2019 - a period with historic river flooding that significantly slowed traffic.

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CHI St. Vincent Heart Institute Adds Howell to Specialist NetworkCHI St. Vincent Heart Institute has added a new cardiovascular surgeon to its network. Dr. Kenneth Howell is joining the health system's network of Arkansas heart specialists.

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Nevada County Quorum Court Discusses Logging Ordinance, Jail Budget and More at Monthly MeetingThe Nevada County Quorum Court met Tuesday, August 11 for their monthly regular meeting to discuss matters on the agenda.

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Today's news: Play ball and other school opening tidbits, including a positive test in LRSDThe COVID-19 pandemic is reshaping all aspects of life in Arkansas. We're interested in hearing from doctors, nurses and other health care workers; from patients and their families; from people in longterm care facilities and their families; from parents and students affected by the crisis; from people who have lost their job; from people with...

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BKD CPAS and Advisors Name Davenport Arkansas Managing PartnerBKD CPAs and Advisors says Susan Davenport will succeed Ryan Underwood as its next Arkansas managing partner, effective Jan.

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Put on your high hat for Methodist Family Health's Southern SilksDIY milliners sought for Derby / Fascinator Hat Contest for Methodist Family Health’s Virtual Southern Silks Event.

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Unique PerspectiveThe usually bustling corner of Sixth and Gaines streets in downtown Little Rock is quiet these days, but the business of health insurance in Arkansas is anything but.

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The Last Picture Show? Theater Owners in Arkansas Await Cinematic RevivalSince the early 20th century, movies have been a constant, providing escape and entertainment for millions around the globe.

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Champions of Health Care 2020Six months into the pandemic that has defined 2020, we can think of no better way than "Champions" to describe health care workers.

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Arkansas scientists trying to stop the tide of bee lossesBees pollinate about one-third of the world’s food supply, according to Sustain, a nonprofit agriculture policy organization.

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Arkansas State officially adds game vs. Kansas State to 2020 scheduleA-State now has a full 12-game schedule again afterannouncing last week the addition of a Sept.

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The Almost True Tale of Arkansas' Extra GamesWe got our hands on a fictional phone call, which turns out to be very easy to do.

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Hutchinson Reports 703 New COVID-19 Cases with 21 Fewer HospitalizationsGov. Asa Hutchinson reported 703 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the cumulative number of cases in the state of Arkansas to 51,114.

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Influencer Marketing: A Growth IndustryArkansas ‘influencers' getting in on the act Social media has become not only a way to keep up with those around us, but also to influence others and even to make money.

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Collaborative Heart: A Q&A with Cardiovascular Researcher Morten JensenHeart disease costs the state too many lives and consumes too many resources. In Arkansas, it is the top killer of both men and women.

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Roses Among the ThornsThe year 2020 has reached unprecedented heights from a modern health perspective. With tens of thousands of COVID-19 infections across Arkansas and millions of cases nationwide, this global pandemic has forever changed our country.

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Coronavirus today: The new case count bounces back up.In Monticello today. Cases have bounced back up to accustomed levels and seven more deaths were announced.

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Arkansas Arts Center Receives $203K Grant for Preservation EffortsThe Arkansas Arts Center has been awarded a $203,032 grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to support the inventory of the Arkansas Arts Center Foundation Collection as well as the rehousing of works to ensure their.

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Big 12 moves ahead with fall sports beginning in SeptemberNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Watermelon Weighoff Coming September 5 at Old Washington Farmer's MarketOn Saturday, September 5, the Old Washington Farmer's Market will host an official watermelon weigh-off site for the Great Pumpkin Commonwealth in Washington, Arkansas.

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Stein Mart Files for Bankruptcy; to Close Nearly 300 StoresST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - National discount department store chain Stein Mart filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday after 112 years in business, and announced that it will close most, if not all, of its 280 stores.

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Cypress Social Brings Something New to North Little RockCypress Social, the newest restaurant from JTJ Restaurants, LLC-the same group that currently owns and operates eight Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafes in Arkansas and three locations in Oklahoma, along with Petit and Keet Bar in Little Rock—is set to open on August 18 in the former Cock of the Walk space at 7103 Cock of the Walk Lane in...

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Arkansas governor holds daily coronavirus briefingArkansas and several other states have agreed to work together to secure more coronavirus tests as demand continues rising across the country, Gov.

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Senator Boozman Continues to Urge Improvements of VA Policies for Suicide PreventionWASHINGTON— U.S. Senator John Boozman continues to urge improvements to Department of Veterans Affairs policies in order to prevent veteran suicides and is now calling on the House of Repr.

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A Taste of New Orleans: Heather Baker and Carmen Rose Try Appetizers at The Faded RoseSince 1982, the Faded Rose has been serving up some of the best - if not the best - Cajun food in Arkansas.

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New Alert: Flash Flood Watch Until 1PM CDTThe National Weather Service in Shreveport has issued a Flood Watch for portions of southwest and northeast Texas, including the following areas, insouthwest Arkansas, Colum.

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Arkansas Trucking Association Business Conference to take place in RogersSarah Huckabee Sanders, former White House press secretary, will be the featured speaker at the annual Arkansas Trucking Association Business Conference and Vendor Showcase in August.

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Arkansas State football to face Kansas State in 2020Mental health access is vital during pandemic, experts say.

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AY's Cutest Dogs 2020The dog days of summer are upon us! While the weather may be hot and humid, AY About You Magazine wants to focus on the cute puppies and dogs that bring us pure joy.

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Virtual Academy Videos Offered by HPSKen McLemore HOPE - A series of videos and other information for Hope Public Schools parents whose students have elected to begin school in the HPS Hope from Home Virtual Academy is now available.

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First Look: Cypress Social Makes Maumelle Boulevard a DestinationThere are few restaurant concepts as ambitious in the state as Cypress Social, and none more important to the surrounding restaurant scene in recent memory.

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Episode 73: Keith Burns1998 was an exciting year for Razorback fans. Led by first-year coach Houston Nutt, the Hogs put a much-needed jolt of excitement into the fan base.

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City of Hope Parks, Recreation and Tourism Department Now Accepting Applications for Administrative AssistantApplicants must be 21 years of age and free of any felony convictions as well as a person of good character and reputation.

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More Arkansas Parents Opting To Keep Kids Out Of Schools During The PandemicWith Gov. Asa Hutchinson mandating the reopening of brick and mortar public schools in Arkansas for in-person instruction during the week of August 24, some parents are looking at other options, like homeschooling, or one of the state's virtual charter schools.

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Arkansas Arts Center awarded federal IMLS grantThe Arkansas Arts Center was awarded a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to support the stewardship of the Arkansas Arts Center's 14,000 works of international art.

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Arkansas Arts Center Gets $203K Federal GrantThe Arkansas Arts Center said Wednesday that it received a $203,000 grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to support stewardship of the center's 14,000 works of international art.

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Razorback Football Feature; Tyson MorrisOf the three places he's called home, Tyson Morris for now deems his last the best.

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Genetic genealogy solves 24-year-old murder case and leads to a suspect in Arkansas who committed suicideIn September of 2018, the cold case unit at the Alaska State Troopers worked with Sitka Police to pursue using genetic genealogy as a forensic tool to find new DNA match.

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Arkansas State football to face Kansas State in 2020The Red Wolves will face the Wildcats on September 12th in Manhattan.

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Flash Flood Warning In Effect Until 12:00PM CDT in Hempstead and Nevada CountiesAt 8:36 AM CDT, local law enforcement reported flash flooding in Texarkana, Arkansas. Between 5 and 8 inches of rain have fallen. Flash flooding is ongoing or expected to begin shortly.Â.

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Conway Regional Health System Buys Renaissance Women's CenterConway Regional Health System said Wednesday that it has acquired Renaissance Women's Center, effective Aug.

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2020 Spark! Program Aims to Boost 10 Central Arkansas StartupsTen Central Arkansas startups will soon have the opportunity to spark their business growth. The Venture Center and Little Rock Regional Chamber are launching the second annual Spark! pre-accelerator program.

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Two Razorbacks Advance to Match Play at U.S. AmateurBANDON, Ore. – Arkansas juniors Julian Perico and Segundo Oliva Pinto are each advancing to match play after finishing among the top 64 after two rounds of stroke play at the 2020 USGA U.S. Amateur Championship at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort.

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Tate Talks: Catching Up with Jalen TateJalen Tate was the Horizon League Defensive Player of the Year and rated the 5th-best graduate transfer in the nation by NBCSports.com.

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City of Magazine Gets $1.03M Grant for BroadbandThe Arkansas Department of Commerce announced Wednesday that it has awarded the city of Magazine a $1.03 million grant to deploy fiber internet there.

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Kanye West qualifies as presidential candidate in ArkansasLITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Rapper Kanye West has qualified to appear on Arkansas’ ballot this fall as an independent presidential candidate, Secretary of State John Thurston said Tuesday.

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Tom Cotton sneers at Joe Biden's choice of a running mateDonald Trump has no more devoted, or rabid, supporter.

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Another candidate files for Little Rock City BoardA fourth candidate has filed for the at-large Position 8 seat on the Little Rock City Board, currently held by Gene Fortson, who's not seeking re-election.

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Kanye West qualifies as presidential candidate in ArkansasLITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Rapper Kanye West has qualified to appear on Arkansas ballot this fall as an independent presidential candidate, Secretary of State John Thurston said Tuesday.

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Strength Through Relationships: Summer Khairi Builds Her Path to SuccessFor this week's Wednesday Woman, AY About You chats with Little Rock native Summer Khairi.

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JUCO PF Commits To ArkansasAkol Mawein has called the Hogs and is the first JUCO commitment for Eric Musselman during his tenure at Arkansas.

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Springdale Joins Cities with Downtown Entertainment DistrictsSpringdale's city council on Tuesday approved a downtown entertainment district, becoming the latest city to take advantage of a 2019 law that allows possession and consumption of alcoholic beverages outside of bars and restaurants.

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A corporate-friendly assessment of the Arkansas economy: Middle of the packA conservative group that works for poilicy favorable to business rates the state and, by their lights, Arkansas does pretty well.

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Analysis: What Arkansas gets in Eli HendersonNotes and insight on Arkansas newest 2022 commitment.

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Wellness Wednesday: Animals Can Help People Recover or Cope with Health ProblemsAY About You wants to help our readers take care of themselves, stay refreshed and less stressed with our new weekly feature Wellness Wednesday.

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Arkansas basketball lands another 2021 commitmentNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Arkansas reports 703 new coronavirus cases, 7 more deathsLITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Arkansas on Wednesday reported 703 new confirmed coronavirus cases and seven more people have died from the illness caused by the virus.

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Arkansas basketball lands another 2021 commitmentNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Rains cause flooding, evacuations in southwest ArkansasTEXARKANA — Heavy rains brought flooding that forced the evacuation of a retirement center in southwestern Arkansas on Wednesday with no injuries reported.

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Tap Time Radio Aug 3rd, 2020Here's last week edition of Tap Time on 103.7 The Buzz with Jack and Omar from Lost Forty Brewing in Little Rock!

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Springdale Creates Downtown Outdoor Dining DistrictSpringdale is the latest Arkansas city to establish an entertainment district. On Monday, Aug. 11, the Springdale City Council approved an ordinance creating the entertainment district, called the Downtown Outdoor Dining District.

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1 new Little Rock board hopeful files Monday; at least 9 running for seatsCommunity activist Dale Pekar filed to run for a position on the Little Rock Board of Directors on Monday, joining eight other candidates who will be on the ballot for seats on the board in November, the city clerk's office said Tuesday.

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Northwest Arkansas arrest roundupA roundup of recent arrests in Benton and Washington counties.

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Rollover crash in Fayetteville ejects, kills driver, state police sayThe Fayetteville woman's vehicle struck a Nissan Sentra and a Toyota Camry before flipping several times, the report states, and she was ejected.

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3 dead, 6 in hospital after train derails in ScotlandLONDON — A passenger train derailed in northeast Scotland after stormy weather, killing three people and injuring six others Wednesday, authorities said.

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Kansas State adds Arkansas State to 2020 football scheduleThe Kansas State Wildcats have added the Arkansas State Red Wolves to their 2020 football schedule, both schools announced on Wednesday.

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Science and politics tied up in global race for a vaccineThe announcement Tuesday by Russian President Vladimir Putin that his country was the first to approve a coronavirus vaccine did not provoke the awe and wonder of the Soviet Union's launch of the first satellite into orbit in 1957.

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DNA links central Arkansas man to 1996 Alaska strangulation deathA DNA match has solved the strangulation murder of a teenager in southeast Alaska, a case that was cold for 24 years and saw another man acquitted of the crime after confessing, Alaska State Troopers said Tuesday.

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The bubble college has burst: The U Experience will no longer move forward with bringing 150 students to Arkansas and Hawaii hotels this fallBoth of the hotels that were originally supposed to host the program confirmed to Business Insider that they will not be moving forward with it.

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Kanye West qualifies as presidential candidate in ArkansasRapper Kanye West has qualified to appear on Arkansas' ballot this fall as an independent presidential candidate, Secretary of State John Thurston said Tuesday.

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Firefighters practice drivingThe Pea Ridge Fire Department Engine No. 414 was one of several vehicles on which firefighters and emergency personnel trained Saturday, according to Fire Chief Jack Wassman, who said the annual training is according to national fire service standards.

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Occupational therapist seeks council seat representing west FayettevilleA pediatric occupational therapist says she could bring a fresh perspective to the City Council.

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Arkansas QB added to award watch listFAYETTEVILLE, Ark.  Arkansas footballs Feleipe Franks has been named to the 2020 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award Watch List.

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DNA Links Arkansas Man to Alaska Teen's Slaying 24 Years AgoA DNA match has solved the strangulation murder of a teenager in southeast Alaska, a case that was cold for 24 years and saw another man acquitted of the crime...

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DNA links Arkansas man to 1996 murder of Alaska teenANCHORAGE, Alaska — An Arkansas man was confirmed through a DNA match as the assailant who sexually assaulted and killed a 17-year-old Alaska girl in 1996, authorities announced Tuesday.

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Experts weigh in on new Arkansas hoops commitment Akol MaweinArkansas picked up a 2021 hoops commitment in Navarro Community College's Akol Mawein, a 6-10 forward from Sydney, Australia, and even though he is not that well-known to most Arkansas fans, the decision came with high praise from national experts.

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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 8/12/20Good morning, it's Wednesday, August 12th. I'm Kristie McIntyre and these are the top headlines from the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

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SEC firm on stance, in no rushNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Spearman, Tracy LBooking Date: 08-03-2020-11:58 am Charges: INFORMATION ONLY.

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Sankey not rushing a final final decisionNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Perico leads Razorbacks at U.S. AmateurNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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OL Luke Jones placed on scholarshipNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Under The Radar: Russellville's Trey AllenNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Fayetteville council to take up measures on school resource officers, racism as health emergencyThe City Council will consider whether to accept a grant for two more school resource officers as a new item Tuesday.

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Springdale council approves entertainment districtThe City Council on Tuesday approved, 5-3, a downtown entertainment district as a means to reinvigorate businesses hurt during the covid-19 shutdown.

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Annexation passes; Bethel Heights to become part of SpringdaleVoters were approving the annexation of Bethel Heights into Springdale at press time Tuesday.

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State new cases fall to lowest in monthArkansas recorded a month-long low in new coronavirus cases, as well as tests Tuesday, even as the number of reported deaths from the virus rose by 11, bringing the toll to 566.

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Bids in on Little Rock airport taxiways projectThe first phase of an estimated $60 million project to reconfigure the taxiway system at the state's largest airport to make it safer and conform with modern standards will cost at least $12 million.

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SAU shooting leaves student dead, 2nd hurtOne student was killed and another wounded in a shooting early Tuesday on the campus of Southern Arkansas University, hours before the start of the first day of fall courses.

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Russia touts 1st vaccine OKRussian President Vladimir Putin claimed Tuesday that Russian scientists achieved a breakthrough in the global vaccine race, announcing that the country has become the first to approve an experimental covid-19 vaccine and that his own daughter has already taken a dose.

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Gym put on Pulaski district board's radar; may need to replace new one at Mills High, official saysLeaders of the Pulaski County Special School District on Thursday raised the possibility of having to construct a replacement competition gymnasium at the new Mills High School campus, which opened in 2018.

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Springdale district approves opening plan, face shields for prekindergartnersThe School Board voted 7-0 Tuesday in favor of the district's Ready for Learning school opening plan.

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Staff Senate Scholarships Awarded for 2020-21Twelve scholarships have been awarded to staff members across campus who are continuing undergraduate and graduate classwork.

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Fort Smith schools grapple with covid-19The School District has had positive covid-19 cases in the last month, Superintendent Doug Brubaker told the School Board on Monday.

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In the newsKevin Stitt, the Republican governor of Oklahoma who was the first governor in the nation to test positive for the coronavirus, has donated blood plasma to assist other virus patients, calling it the "easiest way" to help people recover from covid-19.

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Harris Biden's running mate pickJoe Biden selected U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris of California as his vice presidential running mate Tuesday, embracing a former rival who criticized him in the Democratic primaries but emerged after ending her campaign as a vocal supporter of Biden and an advocate of racial-justice legislation after the death of George Floyd in late May.

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Lottery revenue for July up by $8.5M over last yearIn the fourth full month of the covid-19 pandemic in Arkansas, the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery's revenue in July increased by $8.5 million over the same month a year ago to $49.7 million and exceeded the lottery's projected budget by $14.2 million.

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The nation in briefCarmen Best, the first Black woman to hold the top policing job in the city, said in a message to the Police Department that she would retire next month and was "confident the department will make it through these difficult times."

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Only an extra $300 in jobless-aid planPresident Donald Trump's senior aides acknowledged Tuesday that they are providing less financial assistance for the unemployed than the president initially advertised as blow-back mounts from state officials of both major political parties.

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Cases end New Zealand's run of 102 virus-free daysHealth authorities in New Zealand were scrambling today to trace the source of a new outbreak of the coronavirus as the nation's largest city went back into lockdown.

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Court blocks order putting issue on Oregon ballotThe Supreme Court on Tuesday once again put on hold a judge's order that relaxed election procedures because of the coronavirus pandemic, and the result will keep a referendum on partisan gerrymandering off the November ballot in Oregon.

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Arkansas Catholic reports the news you can trustArkansas Catholic takes pride in reporting the truth, sharing the faith.

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Hid covid aid efforts from China, Taiwan saysTaiwan sent covid-19 assistance to foreign countries surreptitiously to avoid protests from China, its foreign minister said Tuesday during a meeting with the highest-level American official to visit the island in four decades.

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Ex-county clerk faces jail, turns over filesFormer Craighead County Clerk Kade Holliday has provided additional financial information to the county after a judge found him in contempt of court last week, Holliday's attorney said Tuesday, and a county official said there's "quite a bit more to do."

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Rosenbaum, AudreaunaBooking Date: 08-04-2020-5:05 pm Charges: POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA.

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3 picks to interview for NLR school postThe North Little Rock School Board has narrowed its superintendent search to three finalists with a decision expected to be made next week.

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City resolution opposes county road-funds shiftThe Conway City Council passed a resolution Tuesday to register its objection to a recent proposal from the Faulkner County Quorum Court to give the sheriff's office a larger slice of the county road sales tax fund - at the expense of county roads.

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Fort Smith high schools to offer Black history classThe Fort Smith School District will offer African American History as an elective course for grades 10-12 in the coming 2020-21 school year.

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Bias suit alleges discrimination against disabledThe Arkansas Fair Housing Commission on Tuesday filed suit against Little Rock's public housing authority, alleging discrimination on the basis of disability after a resident's request regarding accessible parking spaces was delayed.

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Judge rejects early release of state feeding-program defrauderA federal judge in Little Rock has denied a request for compassionate release from a woman serving 12½ years for defrauding a taxpayer-funded program to feed poor children in Arkansas of about $4 million.

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SEC firm on stance, in no rushAll eyes in college football turned to the three remaining Power 5 conferences - the SEC, Atlantic Coast and Big 12 conferences - on Tuesday after the Big Ten and the Pac-12 announced they were calling off all fall sports due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Power 5 giants pull plugA crumbling college football season took a massive hit Tuesday when the Big Ten and Pac-12, two historic and powerful conferences, succumbed to the pandemic and canceled their fall football seasons.

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Plans taking shapeIf high school football is played in Arkansas this fall, it will likely have a dramatically different look.

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Two Razorbacks Advance to Match Play at U.S. AmateurBANDON, Ore. – Arkansas juniors Julian Perico and Segundo Oliva Pinto are each advancing to match play after finishing among the top 64 after two rounds of stroke play at the 2020 USGA U.S. Amateur Championship at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort.

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U.S. puts brake on world's recoveryPeople in China are back to buying German luxury cars. Europe's assembly lines are accelerating.

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RECIPES: These fruit-based ice pops are a delicious way to cool offTechnically, we aren't supposed to call them "popsicles." That's a registered trademark. But ice pops, creamy pops made with milk or yogurt, and other fruity desserts-on-a-stick are having a moment.

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FRONT BURNER: Mascarpone, lemon and hazelnuts flavor this quick and easy pasta dishI had a little mascarpone leftover from recent desserts that I didn't want to go to waste but also didn't want to use in yet another dessert.

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Sources: Arkansas State football to play Kansas State in the fallArkansas State University has reached an agreement to play Kansas State this fall, multiple sources have told the Democrat-Gazette.

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Kanye West qualifies as presidential candidate in ArkansasLittle Rock, Ark. - Rapper Kanye West has qualified to appear on Arkansas' ballot this fall as an independent presidential candidate, Secretary of State John Thurston said Tuesday.

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DNA links Arkansas man to 1996 Alaska strangulation deathA DNA match has solved the strangulation murder of a teenager in southeast Alaska, a case that was cold for 24 years and saw another man acquitted of the crime after confessing, Alaska State Troopers said Tuesday.

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Rogers council accepts grant moneyThe city will receive a $10,400 grant from the Arkansas Department of Health.

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Washington County officials table plan to return to public meetingsWashington County's justices of the peace decided Tuesday they aren't ready to resume meeting face-to-face.

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Bentonville man accused of putting dead animals on graveA man is accused of repeatedly putting dead animals on his neighbor's headstone and grave.

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