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Martin Murillo works ...

Jason IvesterMartin Murillo works on the floor May 10 at FM Corporation in Rogers. J. Bruce Cross, a labor law attorney in Little Rock, advised caution for companies in regards to drug-free policies. The legal issues aren’t as clear-cut as either medical marijuana proponents or drug-free workplace advocates would like them to be, he said.

Drug-free work places unlikely to change, experts say

Subscriber onlyMichael Watts runs a factory where cranes move heavy molds and machinery, hoisting them overhead. Nearby presses hold molten plastics under intense heat and pressure. The most dangerous piece of machinery there, he says, is a common forklift. Continue reading...

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Cloverdale Middle School ...

Benjamin KrainCloverdale Middle School is in disrepair, with exterior walls that are failing, according to a lawsuit accusing the Little Rock School District of racial discrimination in regard to the condition of campus buildings. The school serves a large number of students from minority groups.

Gunshots hit Little Rock home where kids sleeping

An unknown person fired into the living room of a Little Rock home while two children slept elsewhere in the home early Sunday, officials said. Continue reading...

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Brittany Jacobs (left) watches as her son, Christian Jacobs, 6, meets President Donald Trump (right) and Vice President Mike Pence on Monday at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. Christian’s father, Marine Sgt. Christopher Jacobs, died in a training accident in 2011.

Trump honors fallen, families in D.C. address

Subscriber only President Donald Trump on Monday expressed the nation's "boundless" gratitude for the ultimate sacrifice paid by Americans defending the United States, dedicating his first Memorial Day address as commander in chief to a top Cabinet secretary and two other families who lost loved ones. Continue reading...

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French President Emmanuel Macron (left) shakes hands with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday at the Palace of Versailles near Paris.

France's Macron calls talks with Putin frank

Subscriber onlyFrench President Emmanuel Macron said he and Vladimir Putin held "extremely frank" talks Monday, in which he criticized the use of chemical weapons by Syria's Russian-backed government and blasted Russia's state-run news media as "organs of influence and propaganda." Continue reading...