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Uekman Foundation reaches fund goal, awards first scholarship

The Garrett Uekman Foundation fully funded its scholarship program three years ahead of schedule and awarded its first scholarship to a former teammate of its namesake, a former Razorback who died unexpectedly in 2011. University of Arkansas Athletic Director Jeff Long joined mem...

McDaniel asks court to uphold gay marriage ban

LITTLE ROCK — A county judge was wrong to find that Arkansas' ban on same-sex marriage violated the state and federal constitution...
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JOHN BRUMMETT

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Debate dramedy

To begin today's comic narrative about debates in the epic battle for the U.S. Senate, we must introduce the ...

MIKE MASTERSON

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Movie comfort food

The older building framed by bucolic pastureland provided an ideal setting for the local premiere of Kim Swink's full-length ...

WALLY HALL

Wally Hall

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News of Uekman endowment brings tears

Garrett Uekman was the poster boy for all things good about college football.

State submits waiver change on Medicaid

Arkansas' Medicaid director Monday submitted for federal approval proposals to establish "independence accounts" for enrollees in the private option and to limit their access to Medicaid-funded nonemergency medical transportation.

Beetle's presence impedes firewood

Firewood customers are being urged to "buy it where they burn it" after the state Plant Board's decision to impose an emergency quarantine on the movement of all hardwood firewood after the emerald ash borer was detected in six south Arkansas counties.

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On the road again

The last time Northern Illinois' football team played at Arkansas 20 years ago, the Huskies were roadkill.

Networks are grasping that older folk watch TV

Here's food for thought for those in the AARP generation -- TV may finally be warming up to us geezers.

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State submits waiver change on Medicaid

Arkansas' Medicaid director Monday submitted for federal approval proposals to establish "independence accounts" for enrollees in the private option and to limit their access to Medicaid-funded nonemergency medical transportation.

Apple says clock is ticking on launching of smartwatch

Apple announced its first jump into the wearable market last week, showing off a prototype of the Apple Watch, which the company plans to release early next year.

Carte blanche

It's a look right out of a celebrity magazine: a party venue filled wall to wall with attendees dressed head to toe -- or at least collar to ankle -- in elegant white outfits.

Detroit settles with key creditor

DETROIT -- A major opponent of Detroit's blueprint for shedding debts and remaking city services announced Monday that it had reached a settlement with the city and will now support Detroit's emergence from the nation's largest municipal bankruptcy.

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On the road again

The last time Northern Illinois' football team played at Arkansas 20 years ago, the Huskies were roadkill.

Northern California wildfire devastates town

WEED, Calif. (AP) — Dan Linville and his son were sitting in their living room when they smelled smoke. When they looked outside, they saw a black cloud coming over the hills.

US tobacco growers brace for tougher competition

DANVILLE, Va. (AP) — Starting next month, America's remaining tobacco growers will be totally exposed to the laws of supply and demand.

Weakening Odile pushes up Mexico's Baja California

CABO SAN LUCAS, Mexico (AP) — A weakening Tropical Storm Odile pushed up Mexico's Baja California Peninsula early Tuesday, dumping heavy rains that could bring dangerous flash floods and mudslides but also a potential boon to the drought-stricken region.

Russian ruble drops to historic low amid sanctions

MOSCOW (AP) — Russia's currency dropped to an all-time low against the dollar on Tuesday as investors fret about the fallout of economic sanctions.

As core al-Qaida weakened, its successors spread

WASHINGTON (AP) — Osama bin Laden is dead and al-Qaida dispersed, yet the horrors keep coming.

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