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Sheriff clears jailers in asthmatic's death

Taking inhaler was policy, report says

The Pulaski County sheriff's office said Thursday that no jail employees face discipline in the death of an asthmatic inmate in December.

Jacksonville alderman sues over mayor's hire of police chief

A Jacksonville alderman filed suit against the city Wednesday over the mayor's decision to hire a man with a criminal record as police chief.

Man held in chase, crash of stolen SUV in Little Rock

Little Rock police on Tuesday arrested a man who led officers on a chase in a stolen sport utility vehicle, according to an arrest report.

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Little Rock man wrongly accused after posts brand him a slaying suspect

Greg Holmes' cousin called and warned him that his phone was about to "blow up."

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Rally at Arkansas Capitol promotes science

Trump policies rile many attendees

Johnny Sain spent his childhood listening to the song of the whippoorwill, learning the difference between harmless and venomous snakes and examining "critters" that his grandfather caught for him and kept in a jar.

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SUV hits Little Rock church, injures boy, 4, inside

A woman who fled from Little Rock officers in a stolen car Wednesday crashed the vehicle into a church and injured a child, police said.

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Lives of struggle cross, then end in crash on North Little Rock side of Main Street bridge

Stolen truck’s wreck spurs look at ex-con’s early release

John Fitzgerald Blanks skipped a meeting with his parole officer after he was released from prison the morning of March 14.

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In spite of concerns, Arkansas police chief sworn in

Jacksonville hire has record in Texas

A man convicted of misdemeanor criminal offenses was sworn in as Jacksonville police chief Friday after city officials had expressed concern over his past.

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Gun fired in Little Rock spat; man, 67, arrested

Little Rock police on Thursday arrested a man accused of firing a gun in a dispute involving his ex-girlfriend and her son.

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State's fallen soldiers honored

Ceremony is tribute to Arkansans killed in war since ’01

Navy Hospital Corpsman Michael Vann Johnson Jr. was at the front of a battalion of U.S. Marines in Iraq when enemy soldiers opened fire on the group March 25, 2003.

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