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Arkansas Convention Center Troubles Dog Texarkana Investor

Arkansas Convention Center Troubles Dog Texarkana Investor

Dr. Hiren D. Patel's investments in a convention center and hotels on both sides of Texarkana have turned into one financial headache after another.
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Soul of the South Investors Battle over KMYA License

The broadcast license for KMYA-TV, Channel 49, that Soul of the South Network investors are fighting over was an important piece to a funding puzzle two years ago.
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Hanna's Candle Gets Burned in Court Judgment

Last week, Bank of America received a final judgment totaling $6.2 million against Hanna's Candle Co. of Fayetteville, its owner, Burt Hanna, and two of his limited liability companies.
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Former Arkansas Senator Reports to Prison for 18-Month Term

A former Arkansas Senate president pro tem has reported to federal prison to begin serving an 18-month sentence for spending more than $150,000 in campaign funds on personal items. read more >

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Crittenden Hospital Association Bankruptcy Case Could Last Into 2018

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Structural Failure (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

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Jennifer Chunn Hired at Cross Gunter Witherspoon & Galchus (Movers & Shakers)

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Planned Parenthood Asks to Amend Challenge to Arkansas Laws

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Ex-Treasurer's Employee Asks to Move Whistleblower Claim

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Leslie Rutledge Rejects Wording of Campaign Finance Measure

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Leslie Rutledge Approves Wording of Marijuana Proposal

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Ex-Arkansas Judge to Remain Free During Bribery Appeal

A federal judge has ruled that a former Arkansas circuit court judge can remain free pending his appeal of a federal bribery conviction. read more >

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