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Faced with rising monetary and environmental costs of obtaining, transporting and storing cadavers for teaching purposes, two University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) neurosurgeons believed there had to be a better, “greener” way.

The Attorney General's role in the citizen ballot issue process would be restored under a bill filed this week at the state capitol. Under HB1320, the AG would be required to review and certify ballot titles before citizen groups could collect voter signatures to qualify proposals for the Ar…

If the movement of the high-altitude balloon observed over Montana on Wednesday is primarily based upon atmospheric winds as opposed to any other maneuvering mechanism, AccuWeather meteorologists report that the upper-level winds can result in the balloon drifting across parts of the Central…

TEXARKANA -- TexAmericas Center, which owns and operates one of the largest mixed-use industrial parks in the United States, has announced Rowe Casa Organics will once again expand operations on its property in to a 24,000 square foot complex of buildings.

Arkansas Gov. Sarah Sanders has issued a new executive order 23-14 which has delayed and may possibly eliminate broadband expansion in eight Arkansas counties including Clark, Columbia and Hot Spring counties where the lack of broadband access is an issue in many rural areas.

Arkansas’ seasonally adjusted unemployment rate declined one-tenth of a percentage point, from 3.7 percent in November 2022 to 3.6 percent in December 2022, according to a report released January 24, 2023, by the Arkansas Division of Workforce Services.

Ashley County will have its pesticide applicator training at 8:30 a.m. January 26 in the Extension Homemakers Room at the Courthouse Annex in Hamburg.

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This is a crucial and tumultuous time for Ukraine, but western leaders are demonstrating they will stand by Ukraine as it faces the challenge from Russia.