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Man calls his release from life in Arkansas prison 'surreal'

When John Brown walked out of the Dallas County jail in Fordyce a free man on Wednesday after spending more than half his life in prison, it was "surreal," he told reporters about an hour later.

Man gets 22 years for child porn

A 33-year-old Russellville man who admitted using an infant to produce child pornography was sentenced Wednesday to 22 years in prison followed by a lifetime of supervised release.

WATCH: Man imprisoned in Arkansas for 26 years freed after murder conviction overturned

John Brown, a 51-year-old man from Nevada whose 1992 Dallas County murder conviction was overturned recently by a federal judge in Little Rock, walked free Wednesday after being imprisoned in Arkansas for 26 years.

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Former Arkansas senator gets 1-string pretrial release

Jeremy Hutchinson, who resigned his state Senate seat Aug. 30 after being indicted on federal wire-fraud and tax charges, was released on his own recognizance Tuesday with an unusually short set of conditions after pleading innocent to the charges.

Complaining workers fired, suit contends

A nursing home in Malvern was sued Friday by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, accused of firing female employees who complained about sexual harassment.

Landfill director, hauler indicted on fraud counts

Mississippi County's landfill supervisor, William Chester "Wil" Allen, and his friend Joe Harlon Hamlett of Missouri were formally indicted Thursday by a federal grand jury in Little Rock on two charges each of honest services wire fraud.

Landfill director, hauler indicted on fraud counts in Arkansas

Mississippi County's landfill supervisor, William Chester "Wil" Allen, and his friend Joe Harlon Hamlett of Missouri were formally indicted Thursday by a federal grand jury in Little Rock on two charges each of honest services wire fraud.

Complaining workers at Arkansas nursing home fired, suit contends

A nursing home in Malvern was sued Friday by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, accused of firing female employees who complained about sexual harassment.

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Little Rock attorney admits stealing more than $400,000 from trust

A Little Rock attorney pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court to a wire fraud charge, admitting he stole more than $400,000 from a client's trust account in the past three years.

Pulaski County jail inmates told to refile suits over jail staffing

Two judges cite incorrect procedures

Two federal judges have told 58 prisoners in the Pulaski County jail that they must correctly file lawsuits complaining about staffing problems at the jail or the cases will be dismissed.