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Lawsuit a Low Note for Arvest Notary

Lawsuit a Low Note for Arvest Notary

An Oklahoma man who said his name was forged on a loan document is going after the notary who allegedly signed off on the paperwork.
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Even in Bankruptcy, College Debt Stands

Generally, student loans aren't discharged in bankruptcy, leaving borrowers with the debt after they've gone through the process. That could be a problem for the growing number of borrowers.
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U.S. Judge Dismisses Stone Bank Fraud Case

A fraud conspiracy complaint filed in federal court by the former chairman and one-time largest shareholder of Stone Bank has been dismissed.
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Asa Hutchinson Dismisses Calls for Full Execution Probe

The Arkansas governor says that he sees no reason for anything beyond a routine review of the state's execution procedures after a condemned inmate lurched and convulsed 20 times during a lethal injection. read more >

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Arkansas wrapped up an accelerated executions schedule with a lethal injection that left the condemned inmate lurching and convulsing before he died, prompting calls for investigations and renewed scrutiny. read more >

Arkansas Prepares to Conclude Aggressive Execution Schedule

Arkansas will reach the end of an aggressive execution schedule Thursday as it prepares for a fourth lethal injection in a week after initially planning twice as many over an 11-day period. read more >

Little Rock Prosecutors Indict 8 More Floridians in IRS Scam

The eight, seven of whom were arrested Tuesday, join two other already accused of running a nationwide scheme to steal $8.8 million from more than 7,000 taxpayers by impersonating IRS agents. read more >

Brandon Woodrome Sentenced to 41 Months in Prison

A federal court judge sentences former Fort Smith construction company owner Brandon Woodrome to 41 months in prison and three years of supervised release for bank and wire fraud. read more >

After Agreement in Court, Glo Reinstates All Flights

Glo Airlines of New Orleans reached an agreement in bankruptcy court that will allow it to reinstate all flights canceled amid a contract dispute with its direct air carrier. read more >

Contractor Says Jonesboro Hotel & Convention Center Owes $1.5M

The troubled Jonesboro Hyatt Place Hotel & Convention Center hasn't made any payments to the general contractor and now owes $1.5 million to subcontractors and a supplier, according to court filings. read more >

Arkansas Conducts Nation's 1st Double Execution Since 2000

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Arkansas Prepares for 1st Double Execution in US Since 2000

Two condemned Arkansas killers who admit they're guilty but fear their poor health could lead to extreme pain during lethal injections set for Monday might become the first inmates put to death in a double execution in the U.S. in more than 16 years. read more >

Higher Education Bubble Vexing for Arkansas Institutions

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