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Updated 11:19 p.m. CST
Superintendent Suggs reacts to state takeoverSuperintendent Suggs reacts to state takeoverThe morning after the state school board decided to take over the Little Rock School District (LRSD), Little Rock Superintendent Dr. Dexter Suggs addressed their decision.
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Skinny is out, strong is inSkinny is out, strong is inWomen's urge to be skinny is withering away.
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State Education Commissioner talks takeoverState Education Commissioner talks takeoverBoth Superintendent Dexter Suggs working in tandem with State Education Commissioner Tony Wood on the state takeover of the Little Rock School District.
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Perry Co. pharmacist arrested on federal drug chargePerry Co. pharmacist arrested on federal drug chargeAn investigation by the Drug Enforcement Administration along with state and local law enforcement that began in the Fall of 2014, ended Wednesday with an arrest of a pharmacist out of Perryville, Ark.
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140 new tech jobs coming to Conway140 new tech jobs coming to ConwayThree technology companies are setting up shop in downtown Conway.
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Boozman, colleagues introduce bill to lift Cuba travel banBoozman, colleagues introduce bill to lift Cuba travel banRepublican U.S. Sen. John Boozman has joined a bipartisan group of lawmakers to introduce legislation that would lift restrictions on travel to Cuba.
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Investigation on vehicle break-in leads to suspect-officer scuffleInvestigation on vehicle break-in leads to suspect-officer scuffleWhat began as an investigation of a reported vehicle break-in, led to an LRPD officer getting attacked after making an arrest.
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UCA to study opening the state's first optometry schoolUCA to study opening the state's first optometry schoolThe University of Central Arkansas will begin a feasibility study to assess the possibility of opening a new school of optometry on the campus.
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Arkansas congressional delegation requesting loan extensionArkansas congressional delegation requesting loan extensionThe Arkansas congressional delegation is calling on Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack to extend the loan repayment date for farmers affected by the collapse of Turner Grain until bankruptcy proceedings are completed.
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UAMS startup gets $14.5M to develop therapies for meth usersUAMS startup gets $14.5M to develop therapies for meth usersA University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences startup company has received $14.5 million in federal grants to develop drug therapies aiming to help methamphetamine abusers break their addiction.
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Arkansas flu deaths increase as season continuesArkansas flu deaths increase as season continuesAs of Thursday, 31 flu deaths have been reported in the state of Arkansas.
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18-yr-old pleads guilty to Jessieville murder18-yr-old pleads guilty to Jessieville murderOne of the three men charged in connection with the murder of a Jessieville school helper, Dan Roberson, pleaded guilty Thursday.
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Arkansas House approves governor's tax cut proposalArkansas House approves governor's tax cut proposalThe Arkansas House has approved Gov. Asa Hutchinson's proposal to cut income taxes for the middle class by $102 million a year and repeal part of a 2013 capital gains tax break.
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FEMA donates over $47 million to Arkansas organizationFEMA donates over $47 million to Arkansas organizationThe Arkansas Department of Emergency Management (ADEM) received $47 million in 2014 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
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Traffic Alert: Street closure on MarkhamTraffic Alert: Street closure on MarkhamWarning for Little Rock travelers, there will be a street closed Saturday, Jan. 31 and Sunday , Feb. 1.
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State takes over Little Rock School DistrictState takes over Little Rock School DistrictWhat happens now that the school board is dissolved?
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Arkansas House panel rejects 'private option' proposalArkansas House panel rejects 'private option' proposalA House panel has rejected an attempt to repeal Arkansas' compromise Medicaid expansion later this year.
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State Senate OKs bill barring licenses for yoga schoolsState Senate OKs bill barring licenses for yoga schoolsThe Arkansas Senate has approved legislation barring the state from requiring licenses from yoga teacher training schools and several other instructor training programs.
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Arkansas House committee approves anti-abortion proposalArkansas House committee approves anti-abortion proposalAn Arkansas House committee has approved a proposal that would require a doctor to be present when women take abortion-inducing medication.
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3 technology companies to create 140 new jobs in Conway3 technology companies to create 140 new jobs in ConwayThree technology companies plan to invest a combined $2.5 million and create 140 new jobs in Arkansas.
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Ark. senator joins colleagues to introduce bill to lift Cuba travel banArk. senator joins colleagues to introduce bill to lift Cuba travel banU.S. Senator John Boozman (R-AR) today joined a bipartisan group of colleagues to introduce legislation that would end restrictions on travel to Cuba unfairly imposed on American citizens and legal residents.
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Razorbacks look to get on track against AuburnRazorbacks look to get on track against AuburnComing off of two road losses to Vanderbilt and Florida, the Arkansas Razorbacks women's basketball team will try to snap out of their 1-6 skid as they take on Auburn at home.
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Razorbacks baseball holds 2015 media dayRazorbacks baseball holds 2015 media dayThe Arkansas baseball team held its 2015 media day Wednesday afternoon, as head coach Dave Van Horn, assisted coaches and players met with the media to talk about the upcoming season.
- University of Arkansas
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1 in custody after Perry Co. homicide1 in custody after Perry Co. homicideArkansas State Police special agents are investigating the shooting death of a man in Perry County.
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"My child is ____.": Jan. 29"My child is ____.": Jan. 29THV11 has started up a new segment this week. "My child is ____."
- THV This Morning
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U of A names Kellie Knight director of fundraising positionU of A names Kellie Knight director of fundraising positionThe University of Arkansas has named a new administrator to identify fundraising priorities.
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Arkansas Higher Education Department to interview candidatesArkansas Higher Education Department to interview candidatesThe Arkansas Department of Higher Education has scheduled interviews with the three remaining candidates for the director's position.
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Musician and Seahawks fan Dave Matthews raised the Seahawks 12th man flag on top of the Space Needle in Seattle Thursday.
A Washington man converted a London double-decker bus into what he calls the Beast Bus. The vehicle is gaining notoriety among Seattle Seahawks fans and players.
Singing icons Katy Perry and Idina Menzel answered questions about their upcoming Super Bowl 49 performances.
Sen. John McCain didn't mince words with the protesters who challenged Henry Kissinger at a Senate hearing. "Get out of here, you low-life scum," the Arizona Republican said Thursday to members of Code Pink, the anti-war group.
Soso Jamabo narrowed his much-anticipated college decision down to two interesting institutions on WFAA's High School Special.
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch spoke to the media on Thursday. He began his final media session of the week by lecturing reporters on how he has been treated. He then refused to answer any questions.
Former board member Jim Ross, who has only been on the board for about four months, has been very vocal about the decision.
Dr. Dexter Suggs holds a press conference meeting over the state takeover.
The teacher behind the 'Uptown Funk' viral video says it took them about two weeks to organize. Watch him and the students break it down (again) to the Mark Ronson song featuring Bruno Mars.