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Slim Chickens announced on their Facebook page today that the newest link in their chicken chain is now open at 301 N. Shackleford Rd., near I-430.
Whatever it takes to get some—snowmobile, dog sled, snowshoes—try this hot chocolate. Your holiday season will be infinitely brighter because of it.
Don't plan on enjoying the Museum of Discovery's new exhibit on robotics, “Robots and Us,” tomorrow: The museum has announced it will be closed because of the weather.
Hot Springs Gallery Walk postponed due to weather.
Rescheduled for next week.
A University of Arkansas employee put it simply: "Why can't they tell the truth?" /more/
Republicans and other enemies of President Obama have a real chance this month to achieve their dream of sabotaging the president's legacy and do good for the nation at the same time, but it is not by denying health insurance to as many Americans as they can or by encouraging as many people as they can not to buy it. /more/
KNWA reports that a man in Pope County is dead after an ice-weighted tree limb crushed his camper. Police identified the man as Boyd Wallace Roundy, 62, who lived alone in the camper, which was parked about five miles north of Dover.
You may be iced in at home, but the criminals are still hard at work. Lt. Sidney Allen with the Little Rock Police Department reports that the Centennial Bank branch on Broadway in Little Rock was robbed this morning just after 10 a.m.
Allen said a man entered the bank and demanded money, but didn't show a gun. The suspect fled the bank, but a police K-9 dog and handler were able to track the suspect to a waiting vehicle. Police said the suspect managed to flee in the vehicle before he could be detained.
The suspect vehicle was later abandoned near 6th and Sherman in Little Rock, and a man was taken into custody after a brief search of the surrounding neighborhood. The as-yet-unnamed man is currently being interviewed to see if he was involved in this morning's robbery.
"[Mandela] was fighting against some great injustice, and I would make the argument that we have a great injustice going on right now in this country with an ever-increasing size of government that is taking over and controlling people’s lives — and Obamacare is front and center in that."
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