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Thursday, August 3, 2017

Thursday's video and open line

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The headlines for August 3 include a new bike trail for Arkansas, a boozey truck wreck, sewage problems in Southeast Arkansas and an impressive grant for UAMS to study emotional processing in men and women.


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