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Black ice feared in snow's wake

Motorists warned morning’s commute could be slippery

Subscriber onlyThe white snow that blanketed half of Arkansas on Tuesday could become black ice on roads today as temperatures remain below freezing in most of the state until Thursday, according to the National Weather Service. Continue reading...

2nd suspect in 3 slayings goes to court

Man wanted in LR deaths makes Colorado appearance

Subscriber onlyA suspect in the killings of a 24-year-old woman and her two children in Little Rock appeared before a federal magistrate judge Tuesday in Colorado. Continue reading...

State candidates file reports; $2M in Hutchinson's war chest

Subscriber onlyAsa Hutchinson had slightly more than $2 million in his campaign treasury for his re-election bid as of the end of December, the Republican governor reported Tuesday. Continue reading...

LR lawyer's legal blog put on list of 100 best

Hall’s 4th Amendment musings noted

Subscriber onlyFourthAmendment.com, the blog of Little Rock attorney John Wesley Hall, has been named one of the 100 best digital media for a legal audience by the magazine of the American Bar Association. Continue reading...

Judge dismisses suit in sex assault; statute of limitations expired

Subscriber onlyA federal judge Tuesday dismissed a lawsuit by eight sexual assault victims in Clarence Garretson's foster home who claimed Arkansas Department of Human Services case workers knew about Garretson's record of assaulting children but put them in the home anyway. Continue reading...

Funding pours in on ballot proposal

Subscriber onlyWell over $1.5 million is already in the bank accounts of groups on opposing sides of a looming debate over a ballot proposal on lawsuit damages, legal fees and court rules, with nearly a year to go before voters decide the issue. Continue reading...

Sunday crashes kill 2 Arkansans

Subscriber onlyTwo Arkansas men died in separate highway crashes Sunday, according to preliminary reports from Arkansas State Police. Continue reading...

Hardy man, 34, dies in wreck on icy U.S. 63 in Missouri

Subscriber onlyAn Arkansas man was killed Monday night when the pickup he was traveling in ran off an icy road and overturned in Missouri, authorities said. Continue reading...

3.6 temblor recorded near Blytheville

Subscriber onlyA 3.6 magnitude earthquake has been recorded in southeastern Missouri but caused no damage, the U.S. Geological Survey said. Continue reading...

Museum honors 2 backers

Subscriber onlyThe U.S. Marshals Museum announced Tuesday that it will name its future facility in honor of the Mary Carleton and Robert A. Young III family. Continue reading...

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Police beat

Subscriber onlySale of phone ends in fake bills, punch Continue reading...

Other days

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Petty politics

Inane in the membrane

Subscriber onlyReality has a way of intruding, even when you do your best to avoid it. Some, though, faced with that reality, won't accept it if it clashes with their ideology. Continue reading...

The Delta food tour

Subscriber onlyWe leave Little Rock no later than 8 a.m. for the Delta food tour. After all, the first barbecue stop is Jones Bar-B-Q Diner at Marianna, and James Harold Jones is known to run out of food early. It will be a 12-hour day. Come hungry because we'll eat at least five times to experience the three Delta food groups--barbecue, tamales and fried fish. Continue reading...

Letters

Subscriber onlyLiberal lack of logic Continue reading...

Brummett online: Arrows on the fly

Subscriber onlyA reader asked on social media over the weekend for a column of arrows to encapsulate all these madly moving targets. Continue reading...

House of horrors

23-year drought at Florida ‘hard to believe’

Subscriber onlyThe Arkansas Razorbacks have been 0 for the O'Dome for 23 years. Continue reading...

Zimmer the leader of resilient Vikings

Subscriber onlyMike Zimmer was already smiling more than usual, sporting a relaxed look of satisfaction rarely revealed in public during the NFL season, when he really let his guard down a few minutes into his postgame news conference deep inside Minnesota's still-buzzing stadium. Continue reading...

Sharapova sharp in return to Open

Subscriber onlyMaria Sharapova barely missed a beat in her first match at the Australian Open since a failed doping test here in 2016 resulted in a 15-month ban from tennis. Continue reading...

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