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Sunday, September 4, 2016

Sunday's open line

Posted By on Sun, Sep 4, 2016 at 4:32 PM

Slow here. Comments welcome. Noted:

* HOMICIDE: Damon Williams, 38, was fatally shot in the 7500 block of Fairfield last night and Little Rock police have arrested Donald Lee Brown, 40, on a first-degree murder charge.

* BRET BIELEMA MAKES NEW FRIENDS: Lots of social media chatter about this Razorback sports story from KARK: Coach Bret Bielema and his wife Jen were heading home after yesterday's 21-20 win over Louisiana Tech when he saw some fans outside celebrating the close victory. He pulled in and joined the party. Made some folks happy.


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