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- Camden grocery store manager shot and killed
- Clint Stoerner breaks down the Texas Bowl
- An endangered business thrives in Arkansas
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TSA to hold lost items at airportTSA to hold lost items at airportChristmas is just six days away, which means the airport is seeing an influx of traffic.
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THV11's Light up the Holidays tourTHV11's Light up the Holidays tourIt's time for our annual "Light up the Holidays" tour.
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Legislators propose execution billLegislators propose execution billTwo republican legislatures from Benton County are working on a bill that would allow families of murder victims to watch the execution of the person who killed their loved one.
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Last minute rush for holiday shoppingLast minute rush for holiday shoppingIt's the last chance to make your list and check it twice this weekend.
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Arkansas girl, 4, killed in apartment fireArkansas girl, 4, killed in apartment fireFort Smith authorities say a 4-year-old girl has died in an apartment fire.
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Arkansas Plant Board approves pesticide systemsArkansas Plant Board approves pesticide systemsThe Arkansas State Plant Board has approved the use of two forms of genetically modified crops and their attendant pesticides for use in the state
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Record number of students in Arkansas rural consortiumRecord number of students in Arkansas rural consortiumA record number of students have been accepted into the Arkansas Rural Nursing Education Consortium.
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UALR team declared champs in academic challengeUALR team declared champs in academic challengeA team of students from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock has taken first place honors following their winning presentation in a branding competition.
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Blanchard Springs Caverns to changes tour timesBlanchard Springs Caverns to changes tour timesBlanchard Springs Caverns plans to operate on a reduced schedule early next year.
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Some Arkansans getting gas for under $2Some Arkansans getting gas for under $2Many of you have probably noticed the plummeting prices at the pump.
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Father hopes to prevent people from drinking and drivingFather hopes to prevent people from drinking and drivingPaul Harris had a family of 7 before the accident, two years ago, on New Years Day that changed. The family had waited to celebrate Christmas that day- so they could spend it with his sister. But they never ended up celebrating anything that year.
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Bald Knob woman shows off Santa collectionBald Knob woman shows off Santa collectionWalking in instantly puts you in the Christmas spirit. In every room of Wanda Emde's home you will find jolly ole St. Nick displayed from floor to ceiling.
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Photos: Bald Knob woman shows off Santa collectionPhotos: Bald Knob woman shows off Santa collectionBald Knob woman shows off her Santa collection
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Police: Missing Little Rock woman foundPolice: Missing Little Rock woman foundA Little Rock woman reported missing on Friday has been found safe.
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Australian woman arrested in deaths of 8 childrenAustralian woman arrested in deaths of 8 childrenA woman has been arrested for murder in the killings of 8 children in an Australian home.
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Prepackaged caramel apples linked to 4 deathsPrepackaged caramel apples linked to 4 deathsHealth officials say prepackaged caramel apples are linked to five deaths and more than two dozen illnesses in 10 states.
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Ark. health officials respond to caramel apples being linked to 4 deathsArk. health officials respond to caramel apples being linked to 4 deathsHealth officials are warning consumers to avoid commercially pre-packaged caramel apples after four deaths and over 20 illnesses in 10 states have been reported.
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Razorbacks visit Arkansas Children's hospital during Little Rock tripRazorbacks visit Arkansas Children's hospital during Little Rock tripMembers of the University of Arkansas' men's basketball team visited patients at Arkansas Children's Hospital, posing for photos, playing games and signing autographs.
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Photos: Holiday light displays around the worldPhotos: Holiday light displays around the worldChristmas light display, Crown Hill neighborhood, Seattle, Washington , December 16, 2014
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Arkansas governor's portrait unveiledArkansas governor's portrait unveiledThe portrait for outgoing Arkansas Gov. Mike Beebe will be unveiled at the state Capitol.
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What to do when your child is running a feverWhat to do when your child is running a feverIf you're looking for a little guidance on caring for sick children and how to treat fevers, Dr. Carrie Brown has some tip and advice just for you.
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ACHRI to help schools create healthier meals with local produceACHRI to help schools create healthier meals with local produceThe Arkansas Children's Hospital Research Institute (ACHRI) will host several farm to school summits in the new year that will help schools create healthier meals using local produce thanks to nearly $50,000 in grants from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
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Jonesboro couples buy site intended for storeJonesboro couples buy site intended for storeTwo Jonesboro couples who did not want a convenience store near a historic district led an effort to buy the lot that was set aside for it.
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Bank lands $14.5 million judgment against memorabilia dealerBank lands $14.5 million judgment against memorabilia dealerFirst Arkansas Bank & Trust of Jacksonville landed a $14.5 million default judgment Friday morning against fallen sports memorabilia and photo archivist mogul John Rogers.
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The Blake Anderson Show: (ASU vs. New Mexico State)The Blake Anderson Show: (ASU vs. New Mexico State)The Blake Anderson Show: (ASU vs. New Mexico State)
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The Blake Anderson Show: ASU vs. Texas StateThe Blake Anderson Show: ASU vs. Texas StateThe Blake Anderson Show: ASU vs. Texas State
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The Blake Anderson Show: Nov. 16The Blake Anderson Show: Nov. 16The Blake Anderson Show: Nov. 16
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In Your Area
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a warning against eating prepackaged apples following a Listeria outbreak that killed four people and sickened dozens more cross the country.
President Obama said the U.S. will "respond proportionally...in a manner we choose" to North Korea's massive cyber attack on Sony over the film 'The Interview.' He made the comments before North Korea ordered a joint probe into the hacking.
Watch these lion cubs snuggle and play with eachother at The Cincinnati Zoo.
On the heels of Obama's pointed comments, Sony Pictures Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton gave his first television interview to CNN, saying "We have not caved. We have not given in."
People across the world raised money for Pete Bachmann, who walked five miles every day to visit his dog, Buster, at Faithful Friends. Bachmann will also receive a used truck and has found a job and an apartment. Photo and video shot by Daniel Sato.
Sickweather monitors Facebook and Twitter to track the flu and other illnesses. Researchers have found people's social media posts are strikingly similar to CDC reports.
A federal jury found the City of Puyallup, Washington did not violate the privacy rights of 12 inmates when they recorded them on camera in various forms of undress, including using the bathroom.
Derby was born with deformed front legs, but 3D printing technology has put a new spring in his step.
The ride-sharing company Uber will stop picking up customers in Portland for three months. The agreement comes after weeks of the company operating illegally. The city will now work to update regulations so Uber can operat legally.
Stocks enjoyed their biggest day in three years, extending a rally that began Thursday with word that the Federal Reserve won't raise interest rates for the foreseeable future.