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Arkansas 'preppers' lay in supplies to be ready — just in case

Robert Steadward is always on edge. At restaurants he angles his chair toward the door so he can watch who goes in and out, he hoards firearms in case a government collapse causes the need for protection, and he has an escape plan if a natural disaster makes Fort Smith unlivable.

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Pedal-powered police: Little Rock bike patrol officers give neighborhoods personal touch

The group rides together, looking out for one another at every turn and in every direction.

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Retiree still works hard to aid homeless citizens

A beaming grin spreads across Jesse Gatewood's face as he sits in a small chair inside Jericho Way Homeless Day Center, a daytime place of refuge for the homeless to shower, eat and do laundry.

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Makeshift mariners set sail at 31st cardboard boat races

A race fueled by creativity and manpower will return to Greers Ferry Lake this summer as Heber Springs hosts the 31st World Championship Cardboard Boat Races on Saturday.

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Nothing can stop Arkansas youth baseball leaders, not even thieves

Tony and Katrina Dunnick needed a moment to catch their breath as they stood in the parking lot of Lamar Porter Field.

Festival idea born as buds had beers

What began as an idea between a couple of friends casually sipping beers one night has now turned into one of the largest beer-tasting events in Arkansas.

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Murry's, at 50, takes a leap in staging The Wizard of Oz

A new challenge is blowing into Murry's Dinner Playhouse.

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Arts Center's Family Funday a Super Sunday with free art

Among the packed calendar of events this summer is the Super Sunday Free Family Funday. From noon-3 p.m. Sunday -- in the Arkansas Arts Center's Alice Pratt Brown Atrium -- families with kids of all ages can engage in arts and crafts.

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5,000 tae kwon do enthusiasts kick off convention in Little Rock

The culmination of one year quickly sparks the beginning of another for the American Taekwondo Association as it holds its annual World Expo in Little Rock this weekend.

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New Miss Arkansas wants to reach more lives with state’s crown

Saturday night, Maggie Benton subtly shook her head in disbelief on stage at the Robinson Center in the moments after it was just announced that she was crowned 2017 Miss Arkansas.

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