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Midtown Little Rock IHOP to Be Razed, Rebuilt
The IHOP restaurant at 101 N. University in Little Rock.

Midtown Little Rock IHOP to Be Razed, Rebuilt

The landmark IHOP at the northeast corner of Markham Street and University Avenue in Little Rock will be torn down and a new IHOP rebuilt at the same location, the company announced on Monday.
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Arkansas Unemployment Drops to 3.8 Percent

Arkansas' seasonally adjusted unemployment rate shows the state at 3.8 percent for May 2016, a decrease of 1.6 percent since May 2015.
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La Madeleine Country French Café Entry in Arkansas Serendipitous

The first La Madeleine Country French Café in the state opened April 20 in west Little Rock, but it won't be the last. The family has an agreement to open five locations of the French-inspired fast-casual restaurant chain in Arkansas and southwest Missouri.
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