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LR event aids cases of missing persons

60 officers update files, gather evidence

Subscriber onlyLaw enforcement agents gathered more than 40 DNA swabs Saturday during the first large-scale event to help locate missing persons in the state. Continue reading...

Drought deepens in state

Nurseries see plants, profits wilt on vine

Subscriber onlyLITTLE ROCK — More than half of Arkansas is now listed in the worst category of drought, according to a report released Thursday. Continue reading...

Son arrested in NLR car dealer’s death

Subscriber onlyNORTH LITTLE ROCK — An 18-year-old man was arrested Tuesday in the 2011 killing of his father, North Little Rock police said. Continue reading...

Drought relief unlikely till fall

Subscriber onlyThe summer drought that has gripped Arkansas is now considered a flash drought by the National Weather Service because of its unusually quick development and intensity. Continue reading...

Youth help rehabilitate LR homes

Subscriber onlyLITTLE ROCK — Eighteen-year-old Lucas Ardemagni has volunteered to help house people in Mississippi, Texas and Turkey — and Tuesday, for the first time, he worked alongside other young adults to help provide adequate shelter for those in his home state of Arkansas. Continue reading...

12 honored at institute’s second civil-rights celebration

Subscriber onlyLITTLE ROCK — Hundreds gathered to honor some of Little Rock’s most famous players in the civil-rights movement Saturday as the University of Arkansas at Little Rock held its second annual Civil Rights Commemoration and Institute on Race and Ethnicity Anniversary Celebration. Continue reading...

86 rabies cases confirmed so far in 2012

60 reported in 2011; warm winter, unvaccinated animals contributing factors

Subscriber onlyLITTLE ROCK — Arkansas has had more rabies confirmations this year than in each of the past 10 years, and the 2012 rabies season isn’t over. Continue reading...

Our House homeless shelter takes on Shakespeare

Subscriber onlyIt’s been a while since Alvin Hall has been involved in theater. Continue reading...

Crews, aircraft combat wildfire

560 acres burned in separate blazes

Subscriber onlyBISMARCK — More than 560 acres burned in Clark and Hot Spring counties in fires that started early Friday afternoon. At least five structures were destroyed as of Friday evening, although none were homes. Continue reading...

Prisons, alliance partner to save crops

Subscriber onlyNEWPORT — The corn’s not going to pick itself. Continue reading...

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