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Cancer killed Missouri gunman's mom before rampage

Subscriber onlyA 74-year-old Tyrone, Mo., woman died last week from cancer, a Missouri coroner said Monday. Continue reading...

Anti-bias law letter shakes up chamber

Eureka Springs business group fires CEO after statement; chairman resigns

Subscriber onlyThe president and chief executive officer of the Eureka Springs Chamber of Commerce was fired Monday, and its board chairman resigned Friday after backlash from the chamber's opposition to the city's anti-discrimination law. Continue reading...

3 victims identified in Missouri slayings

Subscriber onlyPolice on Saturday identified three victims of a mass shooting in Tyrone, Mo., on Thursday night that resulted in eight deaths, including that of the gunman. Continue reading...

Man kills 7, himself in Missouri

Bad feelings in family said to lead up to shooting rampage

Subscriber onlyTYRONE, Mo. -- A gunman who shot and killed seven people Thursday night had been feuding with one of them -- a cousin -- for more than a year, the shooter's uncle said Friday. Continue reading...

Eureka Springs sets special vote on anti-bias law

Ballot wording crux of move

Subscriber onlyVoters in Eureka Springs will decide May 12 whether they want an ordinance prohibiting discrimination against gay people. Continue reading...

Dogpatch owner suspects arson

Investigation of fire to start; 3 buildings to be restored

Subscriber onlyThe owner of the Dogpatch USA theme park land in rural Newton County said he's "pretty sure" a fire that destroyed three buildings Sunday morning was the result of arson. Continue reading...

Service medal given to World War II vet

Presentation honors Civil Air Patrol

Subscriber onlyManny Redifer was ready to go before the ceremony even began Thursday. Continue reading...

Fort Smith man honored with Congressional gold

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Subscriber onlyFORT SMITH -- Manny Redifer was ready to go before the ceremony even began Thursday. Continue reading...

Bias-ban foes aim to force election

Eureka Springs repeal bid vowed

Subscriber onlyOpponents of an anti-discrimination ordinance in Eureka Springs say they will circulate petitions to force a citywide vote on the issue. Continue reading...

Standridge wins Republican nomination in Senate District 16

Russellville businessman Greg Standridge defeated former state Rep. Stan Berry of Dover on Tuesday for the Republican nomination in the Senate District 16 race. Continue reading...

Eureka Springs caps rush, enacts gay law

Subscriber onlyEureka Springs is now the only city in Arkansas with an ordinance prohibiting discrimination against gay people in employment, housing, business and public accommodations. Continue reading...

Standridge wins District 16 runoff

Unopposed in general election, he hopes to take office now

Subscriber onlyRussellville businessman Greg Standridge defeated former state Rep. Stan Berry of Dover on Tuesday for the Republican nomination in the Senate District 16 race. Continue reading...

Before bill vote, Eureka Springs bans anti-gay bias

EUREKA SPRINGS -- The city is now the only one in Arkansas with an ordinance prohibiting discrimination against gay people in employment, housing, business and public accommodations. Continue reading...

Eureka Springs quickly passes anti-prejudice law

EUREKA SPRINGS -- Aldermen in this tourist town passed an ordinance Monday night making it illegal to discriminate against homosexuals in matters concerning employment, housing, business and public accommodations. Continue reading...

Ethics violations lead to $100 fine

Former Bryant candidate’s campaign infractions noted

Subscriber onlyA candidate who lost the Bryant mayor's race in November has admitted that he violated state laws during his campaign and has paid $100 in fines. Continue reading...

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