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Fayetteville shooting suspect arrested in Plumerville

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE — A man accused of shooting at police earlier this week was arrested Friday in Plumerville after a three-day manhunt, according to a preliminary arrest report. Continue reading...

Paper airplane hits teacher in eye; student arrested, police say

ANDREWS, S.C. — Police say a South Carolina high school student accused of throwing a paper airplane that struck a teacher in the eye could end up in jail for up to a month. Continue reading...

George H.W. Bush, wife remain hospitalized in Houston

HOUSTON — Former President George H.W. Bush and his wife, Barbara, remained hospitalized in Houston on Friday, a family spokesman said. Continue reading...

Fake doctor performed physicals at high school, authorities say

PHILADELPHIA — Authorities are investigating how a woman with phony medical credentials ended up giving physicals last year at a Philadelphia public high school. Continue reading...

Decorated police officer accused of beating girlfriend's 5-year-old

BOSTON — A decorated Massachusetts police officer has been charged with beating his girlfriend's 5-year-old son. Continue reading...

U.S. prosecutor: Extradition of El Chapo is milestone for justice

NEW YORK — Saying they were bringing the world's most notorious drug lord to justice, U.S. prosecutors Friday described Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman as the murderous architect of a three-decade-long web of violence, corruption and drug addiction and announced they were seeking a $14 billion forfeiture from him. Continue reading...

Joy erupts as Italian rescuers pull out avalanche survivors

FARINDOLA, Italy — With cheers of joy, rescue crews pulled survivors Friday from the debris of an avalanche-crushed hotel in central Italy, an incredible discovery that boosted spirits two days after the massive snow slide buried around 30 people at the resort. Two children were among the 10 found alive. Continue reading...

Animal treatment questions cancel 'A Dog's Purpose' premiere

LOS ANGELES — This weekend's premiere of "A Dog's Purpose" has been canceled after the release of a video that appears to show a frightened dog being forced into churning water during production of the film. Continue reading...

Arkansas unemployment rate dips below 4 percent in December

LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas' unemployment rate has dipped back below 4 percent in the final month of 2016. Continue reading...

Track Hogs get sneak peek at SEC site

Arkansas' men's and women's track and field teams will be on a fact-finding mission at the Vanderbilt Invitational this weekend. Continue reading...

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Day arrives for Trump to lead U.S.

After inaugural festivities, ready to work, Pence says

Subscriber only On the eve of his presidential inauguration, Donald Trump, at a celebratory concert Thursday evening in Washington, pledged to unify a divided nation. Continue reading...

Injuries fatal for woman hit by Little Rock police vehicle

Subscriber onlyLittle Rock police reported Thursday that a woman struck by a police vehicle Tuesday had died from her injuries. Continue reading...

Arkansas House panel backs abortion-limits bill

Plan sets second-trimester bounds

Subscriber onlyA bill restricting use of the most common method of second-trimester abortions cleared a House committee Thursday, and abortion-rights advocates conceded that the measure is likely to pass in the Republican-majority Legislature. Continue reading...

Gunfire kills man at central Arkansas mobile-home park

Subscriber onlyJacksonville police are investigating after a man was fatally shot at a mobile-home park Thursday afternoon. Continue reading...

Arkansans head for D.C. events; Trump fans call day historic

Subscriber only Arkansans, some of them wearing red, white and blue, flocked to Capitol Hill on Thursday to pick up tickets for today's inaugural ceremonies. Continue reading...

PHOTOS: Open house draws hundreds to shuttered UA nuke reactor

Subscriber onlyDeer were plentiful near the nuclear reactor test site. But as a young teenager, Tom Pennel quickly learned from the guards keeping watch what was off-limits. Continue reading...

Huddles by Arkansas Veterans' Commission veiled

Emails, calls said to go against law

Subscriber onlyMembers of the Arkansas Veterans' Commission exchanged emails and held a private conference call without notifying the public to maintain a positive image and shield public officials, according to commissioners and emails obtained under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act. Continue reading...

2 men shot in Little Rock; police seek woman

Subscriber only2 men shot in LR; police seek woman Continue reading...

Migrant site in Arkansas still an option

U.S.: Kids could stay temporarily

Subscriber onlyThe Arkansas National Guard is at best several months away from being ready to use the former Ouachita Job Corps site near Hot Springs for an expansion of its program targeting at-risk youths, a spokesman said. Continue reading...

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