John Rogers $2.5 Million Sham Deal Included Honus Wagners

John Rogers $2.5 Million Sham Deal Included Honus Wagners

If there's a single deal that captures the fast-and-loose dealings of John Rogers, it is his purported purchase of The Oklahoman newspaper photo archives for $2.5 million in July 2011.
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Sibling Rivalry Contributed to Escalated Bidding in Dunklin Properties

Sources say $85 million was the winning bid in the court-ordered auction of farming and hunting property spread across 15,881 acres in Arkansas and Jefferson counties.
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Bayer Healthcare Whistleblower Still Fighting To Regain Job

A Little Rock man who sued a pharmaceutical company for firing him in 2010 after reporting a health care fraud continues to fight to get his old job back.
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Asa Hutchinson Names Mike Preston as New AEDC Director

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Senate Rejects Bill to Address Crime Victim Fund's $2M Shortfall

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Arkansas Senate OKs Ten Commandments Monument

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Arkansas Panel OKs Bills Banning 'Re-Homing' of Adoptees

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Arkansas House Panel Endorses Bill to Restart Executions

A bill to help Arkansas restart executions after nearly 10 years without them advanced from a House panel Tuesday, less than a week after the state's high court ruled in favor of a previous lethal injection law. read more >

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