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'American Greed', Arkansas DFA Show Interest in John Rogers

'American Greed', Arkansas DFA Show Interest in John Rogers

Members of the “American Greed” team recently visited North Little Rock to film locations and conduct interviews as part of an episode focusing on John Rogers.
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Christian Publisher Sued for Defamation

A woman filed suit in Benton County Circuit Court against her estranged husband, alleging he defamed her when his lawyer sent a letter to a Wisconsin bank.
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Hindsville Fireworks Owner Files Injunction With a Bang

Washington County Circuit Judge Doug Martin appointed a receiver to oversee the accounting for Uncle Sam's Fireworks Inc. of Hindsville after the company's owner filed a lawsuit against the company's president.
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Fayetteville's John Xia Under Indiana Injunction This article is available only in print.

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Now That We All Agree … (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

We may never know whether Putin's efforts swung enough voters in the targeted swing states to allow Trump to win the presidency. But there is now no longer any dispute that the GOP passed over a dozen experienced candidates of proven conservatism and character to nominate the candidate that Putin personally believed would be best for Russian interests. read more >

Little Rock Attorneys Ask Judge Holmes to Rethink Sanctions This article is available only in print.

Two Little Rock lawyers have asked the chief federal judge for the Western District of Arkansas to reconsider sanctions he imposed on them after a string of cases in which he was critical of their law firm's work. read more >

Former SAYS Director Jerry Walsh Pleads Guilty to Scheme with Rusty Cranford

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Jonesboro Salvation Army Leaders Suspended Amid Allegations

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Forward Motion (Editorial)

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Pulaski, Crittenden Counties Lead State in Adult Day Care Centers

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Arkansas Population 65 and Over Stands at 16 Percent

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