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State police IDs 3 truckers killed in head-on I-40 crash

Subscriber onlyThe Arkansas State Police has identified three truckers killed when two big rigs collided earlier this week on Interstate 40 in Lonoke County. Continue reading...

Arkansas governor doles out $200,000 to aid cleanup from twisters

Subscriber onlyTwo counties and two towns will get nearly $200,000 today to help with cleanup from tornado damage that occurred earlier this month, according to Gov. Asa Hutchinson's office. Continue reading...

Group studying ways to protect waters in Arkansas

6 people will advise agency on how to implement policy

Subscriber onlyA focus group of six people has begun studying how the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality should implement its policy to protect the state's waters from degradation. Continue reading...

Environment notebook

Subscriber onlyEvent set in county for tech recycling Continue reading...

Arkansas hog farm applies for different permit in hopes of gaining 5-year operating license from state

Subscriber onlyA Newton County hog farm is continuing its fight to keep operating near the Buffalo River. Continue reading...

Storm system likely spewed 11 tornadoes in Arkansas, agency reports

Subscriber onlyThe National Weather Service on Monday said 11 suspected tornadoes touched down in Arkansas during severe weather this past weekend. Continue reading...

Forum attendees complain of lack of water service

They urge Hot Springs lines

Subscriber onlyLack of running water in Garland County's incorporated area that is within the Hot Springs water utility service area is hurting property owners and the county's economy, witnesses told a legislative task force Wednesday. Continue reading...

NW Arkansas ranks high in livability, but Little Rock falls

Subscriber onlyNorthwest Arkansas ranks among the country's top five metropolitan areas to live in for the third year in a row while the Little Rock metro area dropped 27 spots from a year ago, according to U.S. News and World Report. Continue reading...

Two geologists venture far afield

They trek hillsides, streams in search of formations, faults

Subscriber onlyBLANCHARD SPRINGS -- On one of the first sunny days after weeks of winter rain, a pair of geologists decided it was time to look for a fault in the Ozarks. Continue reading...

2 Arkansas geologists venture far afield in search of formations, faults

Subscriber only On one of the first sunny days after weeks of winter rains, a pair of geologists decided it was time to look for a fault in the Ozarks. Continue reading...

Counties in Arkansas struggling with infestation of gnats

Delta sees deaths of livestock, deer

Subscriber onlyAn education center that had closed because of a scourge of buffalo gnats has reopened, but livestock and deer continue to succumb to the swarming insects, state officials said Tuesday. Continue reading...

Bicycle sharing venture delayed

Program for LR, NLR set for ’19

Subscriber onlyA planned bike-sharing program set for Little Rock and North Little Rock likely won't start until spring 2019, the president and chief executive officer of the operating company said. Continue reading...

Bicycle sharing venture in Little Rock, North Little Rock delayed

Subscriber onlyA planned bike-sharing program set for Little Rock and North Little Rock likely won't start until spring 2019, the president and chief executive officer of the operating company said. Continue reading...

Forecast revives flooding fears

Subscriber onlyAnother heavy round of rain is making its way toward Arkansas, according to forecasters. Continue reading...

Findings show hydrogen sulfide emissions from Arkansas paper mill over limit

Reports by firm surprise agency

Subscriber onlyThe release of hydrogen sulfide by a Georgia-Pacific paper mill here went unchecked and unregulated for decades, company officials said, and people who live nearby blame the toxic gas for their labored breathing. Continue reading...

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