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Topic - Little Rock
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.
Stumping in Arkansas on behalf of fellow Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor, New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker on Saturday accused Pryor's Republican rival of going against a bipartisan tradition by opposing disaster aid for the states hit by Superstorm Sandy.
Little Rock officials say Kenton Buckner will become the city's next chief of police.
In a May 28 story about an orthodontist challenging an Arkansas law that bars dental specialists from offering stand-alone basic services, The Associated Press left out the dentist's first name. He is Dr. Benjamin Burris.
A week after securing their parties' nominations for Arkansas' top office, Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Mike Ross and Republican Asa Hutchinson have agreed to a statewide televised debate.
The chief of police in Little Rock is retiring by the end of June, and who will replace him remains a mystery.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is awarding more than $91,000 in federal grants to six Arkansas organizations to help families and individuals with their housing needs and to prevent future foreclosures.
The Historic Preservation Alliance of Arkansas has identified the five most endangered properties in the state.
Five Arkansas companies took home awards for excellence in global trade.
Three members of the Arkansas congressional delegation say five airports in the state will share in $2.9 million in federal grants.
The five most endangered historic places in Arkansas are scheduled to be named by a state preservation group.
The University of Arkansas System's Board of Trustees is to consider tuition and fee increases ranging from 3.5 to 6 percent at UA's four-year colleges.
A ceremony is planned in Little Rock for Arkansas State Police to hand out awards to its top employees of the year.
Emergency management officials say a disaster recovery center in Pulaski County that was set up to help survivors of the April 27 storms, tornadoes and floods is set to be closed.
Arkansas Gov. Mike Beebe would be open to the idea of a special legislative session to address health insurance plans for public school employees - but only as long as there's a consensus among lawmakers about it, his office said Monday.
He added that he feels a certain peace in those times, like the only things in the world are him and his airplane.