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Little Rock plans for 60th anniversary of Central High crisis unveiled

Plans for commemorating the 60th anniversary of the integration of Little Rock Central High School were announced by Little Rock officials Wednesday morning.

School-building efforts costly, Arkansas governor says

Group asked to recommend changes

Gov. Asa Hutchinson told an advisory group Tuesday that the state can no longer maintain its current level of funding for public school facilities and asked it to recommend changes.

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Victim is found shot in leg outside motel

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Little Rock's Riverfest runs dry; board suspends it

Losses include $300,000 for 2017; Little Rock mayor hopes torch is picked up

After 40 years on the banks of the Arkansas River, the state's largest music festival is no longer above water.

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PHOTOS: Midtown Billiards begins new chapter in Little Rock

About seven hours before Midtown Billiards was scheduled to reopen Thursday, owner Maggie Hinson stood behind the bar, giving orders over the sound of a drill and smoking a cigarette.

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After fire, delays, Midtown Billiards in Little Rock sets reopening for this week

After months of delays, Midtown Billiards is finally set to welcome back customers on Friday.

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Teens carry on family's rodeo legacy

At youth event in Conway, fourth-generation competitors keep finding thrills

Kenlie Raby rode her horse in slow circles in the mud Saturday, calm and quiet despite the country music blaring over the speakers and the man drawling over the loudspeaker, announcing the names of the riders on deck and in the hole.

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2 young children found inside pickup in Arkansas pond die; 2 arrested

Two young children drowned after the truck they were left alone in rolled across a state highway and into a pond Wednesday night, Saline County sheriff's office arrest records show.

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Gas prices, rosier economy expected to rev July 4 travel

Arkansas roads and campsites will be full this Fourth of July weekend, and people traveling and celebrating outdoors can expect moderate weather and low gas prices.