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Officials ID man fatally shot by Arkansas sheriff's deputy

Rose Bud area 69-year-old said to have pointed rifle

SEARCY -- Authorities on Monday released the name of a man fatally shot by a White County sheriff's deputy during a disturbance Saturday night.

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At UCA ‘poverty simulation,’ 55 people walk in poor people's shoes

CONWAY -- They arrived wearing stylish shoes, coats, ties and jackets. College professors, civic leaders and government employees were among them.

Faulkner County squeezes budget; layoffs an option, JP says

CONWAY -- Two days after a special meeting was held to consider giving all Faulkner County employees a 3 percent cost-of-living raise next year, the county administrator advised all department heads in an email Wednesday to submit reduced budget requests by noon today.

Faulkner County officials asked to make budget cuts

CONWAY — The Faulkner County Quorum Court wants to set aside $1.28 million for unspecified future use and, as a result, has asked county departments to cut their budget proposals by noon Friday.

Suit defendants in Faulkner County say sexual harassment handled

County official’s offsite work cited

Defendants in a federal lawsuit accusing the director of Faulkner County's Office of Emergency Management of sexual harassment have argued that they worked to "prevent and correct promptly" any such behavior.

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Attorney questions jailing of West Memphis Three's Misskelley on traffic citation

The jailing of a man over three traffic citations has raised questions about whether he was treated differently because of a past conviction in a high-profile murder case in West Memphis.

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Former Arkansas judge convicted of bribery again seeks review at high court

Former Faulkner County Circuit Judge Michael Maggio on Thursday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to reconsider its denial of his petition requesting the high court to hear his appeal of a federal bribery conviction.

Authorities evacuate dozens of homes threatened by grass fire in northeast Arkansas

A grass fire caused authorities to evacuate dozens of homes in Paragould on Tuesday afternoon.

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Traffic arrest lands West Memphis 3's Misskelley in lockup

One of three men convicted in the 1993 murders of three West Memphis boys remained jailed Monday on three traffic violations.

Traffic arrest lands West Memphis 3's Misskelley in lockup

One of three men convicted in the 1993 murders of three West Memphis boys remained jailed Monday on three traffic violations.