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As AY Turns 30, AMP Gets Back Into Print

As AY Turns 30, AMP Gets Back Into Print
AY Magazine Founder Vicki Vowell appears on the cover of this month's anniversary issue. Heather Baker (inset) has been AY's publisher since February 2017.

AY Magazine will soon be home to a new print version of Arkansas Money & Politics, a Vowell Inc. publication that has been online-only for the past two years.
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Howard Brill Questions Legal Ethics of GoFundMe

Howard Brill, the renowned University of Arkansas School of Law professor, told a group of attorneys last week that he was troubled by a case involving a Little Rock lawyer who started a GoFundMe campaign to fund a lawsuit.
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Camden Native Joins Weather Channel as On-Air Meteorologist

Camden native Tevin Wooten, 25, will be an on-camera meteorologist at the Weather Channel in Atlanta.
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