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Topic - Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
On a recent day, Jim "Bear" Dyke Jr. was on a boat that pulled seven metal cages, each containing a case of wine, from Charleston Harbor in South Carolina.
Arkansas lawmakers are considering a change to a social media law after Facebook raised concerns that it would bar supervisors and employees from having purely voluntary, social contact.
The University of Central Arkansas is proposing a 4 percent increase for tuition and mandatory fees next school year.
The chief of police in Little Rock is retiring by the end of June, and who will replace him remains a mystery.
Experts say that advances in technology, particularly social media, are changing how people watch for severe weather and how quickly images of the damage can be shared.
One person died after two boats collided in a lake in Garland County.
With the price of pork and beef increasing, many Arkansas barbecue restaurant owners say they are just taking the hit rather than raising their prices, at least for now.
A 22-year-old man who hijacked a suburban Little Rock school bus at knifepoint with 11 students aboard has pleaded guilty to multiple counts of kidnapping.
The University of Arkansas System has reversed its decision to include same-sex couples in the health benefits that is offered to spouses.
A hospital in West Memphis facing $30 million in debt is asking voters to approve a 1 percent sales tax to prevent the facility from closing.
Sara Davis, an early childhood education professor at the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith, has a passion for integrating arts into lessons in reading and math that she would like to share with teachers who are interested in the concept.
The Arkansas Economic Development Commission is making a summer trip to the Czech Republic to recruit more firearms-focused businesses to operate in the state.
Prosecutors in Arkansas say former Saline County Sheriff Bruce Pennington took money from inmate calling-card kiosks to pay his own court fees stemming from his alcohol-related convictions.
Trustees for the Arkansas State University System have approved increases in tuition for all four of the system's institutions.
Many Arkansas hospitals have seen a significant drop in the number of uninsured patients in the emergency room after the implementation of Arkansas' private option Medicaid expansion, according to a preliminary survey presented to lawmakers.