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Partial eclipse enough for many in state

Temperatures drop, crickets awaken as onlookers enjoy rare phenomenon

The sky became dimmer, temperatures dropped by 5 degrees, confused crickets chirped briefly and thousands of Arkansans stopped what they were doing and stared skyward Monday.

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Alcohol-sales vote sought by 2 cities in Pulaski County

Jacksonville and Sherwood are now squared away for each of their respective city councils to approve a resolution calling a special election to allow alcohol sales in a dry pocket of the urban area.

After 20,000 glasses recalled, Little Rock students will watch eclipse via video indoors

Kenda Dearing has ordered 1,000 pairs of NASA-approved, International Organization for Standardization-compliant eclipse glasses for every student and staff member in the Searcy County School District ahead of Monday's solar eclipse.

Lawsuit challenges watershed’s zoning code as unconstitutional

The Lake Maumelle Watershed Zoning Code has come under the microscope in a property rights lawsuit that has led a Wye Mountain landowner to challenge the code's constitutionality.

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Garland County backs funding for 65-mile trail to Little Rock

Designs for a 65-mile hiking and biking trail between Little Rock and Hot Springs moved another step forward Monday as the Garland County Quorum Court approved a funding measure.

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Hopes high 1919 events make parks list

In September 1919, former slave and reverend Elias Camp Morris became a peacemaker.

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Hopes high 1919 events in Arkansas make National Park Service list

In September 1919, former slave and reverend Elias Camp Morris became a peacemaker.

Judge says Little Rock living standards implied in lease

Onus put on Little Rock landlords

A Pulaski County circuit judge has issued a ruling stating that because minimum standards of safety and habitability are set by Little Rock city code, those standards are implied in any lease agreement in the city.

Husband, wife both get prison for fraud

Chief U.S. District Judge Brian Miller on Friday sentenced two public housing officials who pleaded guilty last fall to charges related to a 13-year scheme through which they embezzled hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal funds.

Arkansas spouses both get prison for fraud

Des Arc couple stole U.S. funds

Chief U.S. District Judge Brian Miller on Friday sentenced two public-housing officials who pleaded guilty last fall to charges related to a 13-year scheme through which they embezzled hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal funds.

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