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Why does voting for Elizabeth Warren feel so good?

Voting for Elizabeth Warren felt like a statement about who we are, who I am. She makes me want to stand taller and speak more clearly and not shrink myself to make others feel comfortable.

Arkansas makes progress to reduce youth incarceration, but there’s more work to do

Too often our criminal legal system treats children like adults, with harsh punishments that further traumatize already-vulnerable young people and trap them in a lifelong cycle of reincarceration.

Volunteers of Little Rock

Meet some of the capital city’s most important volunteers, nominated by the organizations to whom they’ve dedicated their support.

Today's news: Weak ethics enforcement and a prediction of a Trump defeat

Judicial politics, public corruption and Donald Trump covered in today's news roundup.
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Trump won't be re-elected

Hope for Democrats.

Q&A with 3rd District congressional candidate Celeste Williams

Williams is running to unseat incumbent U.S. Rep. Steve Womack.

Diary of a DJ: How Craig O'Neill went from being Little Rock's class clown to its Mister Rogers

Craig O'Neill's 50-year career in broadcasting is no joke.

Walmart preparing to challenge Amazon Prime

Attention shoppers: Vox has an interesting article on Walmart's plans to roll out a membership program to challenge Amazon Prime.
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Harvest House in Little Rock: the Chipotle of cannabis

Harvest House of Cannabis arrives in Little Rock and takes weed upscale. But is that enough?

Lawsuit alleges court security officer fired so prettier officer could be hired

KAIT has the most intriguing lead in news articles from around Arkansas this morning: A woman claims she was fired after a judge in Sharp County wanted a younger security officer who would want to perform lap dances.

Ethics complaint against Barbara Webb grinds slowly, an illustration of toothless ethics regulation in Arkansas

Little Rock lawyer Jessica Virden Mallett has complained to ethics regulators about the overt partisanship in Barbara Webb's campaign for Arkansas Supreme Court and isn't happy with the slowness by which such ethics complaints are handled.

Fatal shooting reported at North Little Rock cemetery

North Little Rock police says a person with a gunshot wound that proved fatal was found about 2:25 p.m. when officers responded to a report of a shooting at 4200 Division, the address of Edgewood Cemetery. T
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30-month sentence for non-profit exec for kickbacks to lobbyist and unnamed senator

Jerry Walsh, former director of South Arkansas Youth Services, was sentenced today in federal court in El Dorado to 30 months in prison for conspiring to divert public money his agency received to an unnamed Arkansas state senator and the lobbying firm of convicted felon Rusty Cranford.

Elizabeth Warren schedules NLR stop

Elizabeth Warren is coming to town

Metroplan commits to building regional trail system

Metroplan, the council of Central Arkansas governments, said today that it was prepared to spend at least $55 million over the next 10 years to develop a regional multi-use trail system.

Today's news: Dark money, drinking and a deadly virus

Coronavirus, Sunday drinking, murder and more on the daily news roundup.

Judge keeps documents in Collins murder case under seal

Special Circuit Judge John Fogleman has filed his order mostly denying requests from ABC News and the Arkansas Press Association to release more information in the murder case against Rebecca O'Donnell in the slaying of former Republican Sen. Linda Collins of Pocahontas.

Coronavirus panic in Mayflower. False alarm.

Arkansas court evacuates on unconfirmed report of coronavirus case.

Feds oppose allowing Gilbert Baker to drink and avoid drug testing while on bail

The U.S. attorney's office said today it opposed the request by former Republican Sen. Gilbert Baker to be allowed to drink in moderation and avoid drug testing while he awaits trial on a federal bribery charge.

New dispute arises in Biden paternity case UPDATE

Another legal dispute has arisen in the Hunter Biden paternity case in Independence County.
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