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  • BLOODSUCKERS: Shelby Brewer spotted this mosquito crossing sign near a creek in Keo.

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  • Semi-pro

    Arkansas Xtra's Eli Nelson sheds a tackle Saturday during the semi-professional Elite League championship game at J.A. Fair. Austin topped Arkansas 42-26.
    • Jun 13, 2013
  • Peaceful observance

    Hundreds of people turned out at the Capitol on Monday for a vigil sponsored by the Arkansas Black Legislative Caucus as a response to the verdict in the Trayvon Martin case.
    • Jul 18, 2013
  • Mistrial

    Former Little Rock police officer Josh Hastings walks into the Pulaski County Courthouse on Sunday. A circuit court jury was unable to reach a verdict in the manslaughter trial of Hastings for his fatal shooting of Bobby Moore, 15, last August.
    • Jun 27, 2013
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  • The yawning teacher pay gap between Arkansas school districts

    Before Arkansas congratulates itself for outpacing Oklahoma on teacher pay, we should take a look at the huge disparity in salaries within the state. New teachers in Bentonville may make almost $46,000 a year, but new teachers in many other districts will start the 2018-19 school year earning $31,800 — less than the starting salary in Tulsa.
  • Lake View mandate on school funding 'probably' still stands despite sovereign immunity ruling, lawmakers told

    The Supreme Court's recent ruling on sovereign immunity probably won't undo Lake View, attorneys from the Bureau of Legislative Research said. But it could halt future cases on education funding, depending on what precedents the court sets in the coming months.
  • Arkansas Repertory Theatre to suspend operations immediately

    “The inability to reach its projected goals for charitable giving and ticket sales, and the change in the theatre landscape in Little Rock have created a perfect financial storm for The Rep,” Board Chair Brian Bush said. “The Rep’s ticket sales have been on a downhill slope for several years. Our community is on the verge of losing an amazing arts organization and tremendous asset to our city. Closing The Rep will have a devastating impact on the redevelopment of Main Street and the creative corridor.”

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    On the Buffalo National River, from Brian Cormack of the Arkansas Times' Flickr group.
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    • Nov 9, 2017
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