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Diamond Hogs to open with Oral Roberts

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas will play Oral Roberts on Friday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at Baum Stadium. Continue reading...

Flash flood fatal for 2 Arkansans

3rd person missing after car swept from Missouri road

Subscriber onlyTwo of three Arkansans swept away by flash flooding Saturday night were found dead, authorities said while they searched for the third Sunday evening. Continue reading...

In 15 Little Rock killings, kin awaiting relief

Police still seek clues in 2016 cases

Subscriber onlyIt took six months, countless pleas for information and a $50,000 reward for Little Rock police to make an arrest in the fatal shooting of 2-year-old Ramiya Reed. Continue reading...

Activists wary of Little Rock efforts for homeless

Food give-away questions lead to evictions, they say

Subscriber onlyAn advocate for the homeless is cautioning service groups against sharing information with a Little Rock committee looking into best practices for mass feedings of homeless people. Continue reading...

Arkansan's kin sue Texas jail over death

Subscriber only The family of an Arkansas man has filed a federal lawsuit in Texas accusing a for-profit jail and at least 12 guards and nurses of denying him adequate medical care and leaving him to die in his cell. Continue reading...

Gunman's rampage kills 8 people in Mississippi

Subscriber only=A man who got into an argument with his estranged wife and her family over his children was arrested Sunday in a three-house shooting rampage in rural Mississippi that left eight people dead, including his mother-in-law and a sheriff's deputy. Continue reading...

Kushner's ties raise concern of Democrats

But Trump official defends idea of Russia back channel

Subscriber onlyCongressional Democrats on Sunday called for a thorough investigation of reports that top White House adviser Jared Kushner proposed back-channel communications with Russia. Continue reading...

Student goal plan for Arkansas public schools revealed; state seeks 90% at level by 2030

Subscriber onlyA draft plan for holding Arkansas’ public school districts and schools responsible for student achievement calls for 90 percent of all students to achieve at their grade levels in math and English/language arts by the 2030-31 school year. Continue reading...

Memorial Day Closings

Subscriber onlyMost federal, state and local government offices and services will be affected by the Memorial Day holiday today. Continue reading...

Bats go quiet; Hogs 0-4 in SEC title games

Subscriber onlyThe Arkansas Razorbacks made things interesting in the ninth inning but had to settle for being runners-up again at the SEC Tournament. Continue reading...

Travs' 13-run inning puts scoreboard on the blink

Subscriber onlyThe longest inning of the Arkansas Travelers' season helped produce their most runs in a game since 2014. Continue reading...

Arkansas Arts Center kicks off bond-sale process

Subscriber onlyThe Arkansas Arts Center has started the process to receive tens of millions in taxpayer-approved bond proceeds for the overhaul of its Little Rock museum, after months of hand-wringing over timing. Continue reading...

Merkel: U.S. no longer reliable

After Trump meetings, German leader says Europe on its own

Subscriber onlyGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel on Sunday declared a new chapter in U.S.-European relations after contentious meetings with President Donald Trump last week, saying Europe "really must take our fate into our own hands." Continue reading...

'Mega big' victory for Sato in Indianapolis 500

Subscriber onlyAt the end of 500 miles around Indianapolis Motor Speedway, it was a former Formula One driver who took the checkered flag. Continue reading...

Library a Brinkley landmark, but call for financial aid sounded

Subscriber onlyIt took a 1954 decision by the Arkansas Supreme Court to open it, but six decades later, the Harriett M. and William B. Folsom Memorial Library in Brinkley remains a landmark in the Monroe County town. Continue reading...

Respect for Memorial Day wanes; some families of fallen warriors say meaning is lost on many

Subscriber onlyWhile millions of Americans celebrate the long Memorial Day weekend as the unofficial start of summer, some veterans and loved ones of fallen military members wish the holiday that honors more than 1 million people who died serving their country would command more respect. Continue reading...

BRADLEY R. GITZ: The fate of Trump

Subscriber onlyIn a column from last August I found it "highly unlikely that Trump wouldn't be impeached, even by a Republican Congress, within six months or so of assuming the presidency; perhaps as a necessary act of communal hygiene." Continue reading...

PHOTOS: Glow-in-the-dark mushrooms can be found in Arkansas

About 80 species of forest fungi gleam in the dark, and a few can be found in Arkansas

Subscriber onlyHere's what I was told: Get away from the city, go during a new moon and keep my flashlight off. When the sky faded black enough to spot stars twinkling, I'd be able to see mushrooms glowing. Continue reading...

OLD NEWS: Common name puts quest into overdrive

Subscriber onlyIf you didn't read the Style cover May 22, today's column won't make a lot of sense, but it will make some. Continue reading...

Lemma of words rest in 20-volume OED set

Subscriber onlyThe Oxford English Dictionary is not for lightweights. Continue reading...

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