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A robbery was ...

Ben GoffA robbery was reported Friday at First Security Bank in Bentonville. Police aren’t releasing whether the robber was armed at the time or the amount of money he stole. The robber was wearing a red baseball-style hat and a gray mock turtleneck shirt with long sleeves, according to Police Chief Jon Simpson. He said police found the clothes nearby.

Shooting suspect, 18, nabbed in Fort Smith; victim is stable

Subscriber onlyThe suspect in a shooting in Fort Smith on Thursday was arrested without incident Friday morning after a passer-by notified police to his location. Continue reading...

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Former state Treasurer ...

Benjamin KrainFormer state Treasurer Martha Shoffner leaves the federal courthouse in Little Rock after her sentencing Friday. At right is her attorney, Chuck Banks.

U.S. to state: 10 days too few

Medicaid recipients now getting 30 to provide income data

Subscriber onlyA federal agency has directed the Arkansas Department of Human Services to give Arkansans more time to prove they remain eligible for Medicaid benefits. Continue reading...

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Harris County Sheriff's ...

Harris County Sheriff's OfficeHarris County Sheriff's Deputy Darren Goforth is shown in this undated photo. Goforth was pumping gas into his vehicle Friday night when a man approached him from behind and fired multiple shots, killing the deputy, sheriff's office spokesman Ryan Sullivan said.

Deputy fatally shot from behind in Houston

Subscriber onlyA sheriff's deputy in uniform was fatally shot multiple times from behind while filling up his patrol car at a suburban Houston gas station, and a manhunt for the suspect continued this morning, according to authorities. Continue reading...

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French soldiers patrol ...

French soldiers patrol at Gare du Nord train station in Paris. Security on Europe’s rail system is the subject of talks in Paris today.

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Subscriber onlyVictoria Yillia, 20, believed to be the first person to survive Ebola in Sierra Leone, where she lost 21 members of her family to the disease, gave birth to a healthy son just a few minutes’ walk from the ward where last year she nearly died. Continue reading...