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Asian shares declined Tuesday on heavy selling of property and technology shares. U.S. futures slipped Tuesday and oil prices were little changed. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng dropped 2.4% and the … more
The highlights of the AP Sports report. An up-to-the minute listing of all stories planned, including games and events, is available in Coverage Plan on AP Newsroom, … more
The bid-rigging trial around the Tokyo Olympics is playing out in a Japanese courtroom — more than two years after the Games closed — with advertising giant Dentsu and five other companies facing … more
MOUNTAIN HOME — Arvest Bank is pleased to announce the bank’s annual Arvest Charity Golf Tournament raised $18,000 for local nonprofits in Boone, Baxter, and Marion counties. more
LITTLE ROCK – The Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism publishes a report every year on the health of the state’s tourism industry. more
Cops and Kids Christmas was a huge success for 16 students and warmed the hearts of more than 19 officers and staff members on Monday, Dec. 4. more
Boone County’s very own quilt trail is well underway and its successful launch will be celebrated with a kickoff party this Friday, Dec. 8 at the Burlsworth Youth Center in Harrison. more
The number of deaths related to flu climbed to 4 this week while the Arkansas Department of Heath (ADH) reports flu activity is "Moderate." more
WASHINGTON — The Department of Veterans Affairs announces that it has permanently housed 38,847 homeless Veterans through October of 2023 — surpassing the calendar year goal to house 38,000 Veterans two months early. more
Arkansas Food Establishments are categorized into three risk categories. These focus on the complexity of the service and the type of people routinely served. The number of inspections conducted per year depends upon these risk categories. more
Tech leaders have been vocal proponents of the need to regulate artificial intelligence, but they’re also lobbying hard to make sure the new rules work in their favor. That’s not to say they all … more
The Supreme Court is taking up a case over a Washington couple’s $15,000 tax bill that is widely seen as a test of a never-enacted tax on wealth. Arguments are being heard Tuesday. A decision in … more
Shifting to renewable energy is a key issue at the ongoing COP28 climate summit. Some leaders have voiced support for a target of tripling renewable energy worldwide in any final agreement while … more
Pictures released by a conservation group Soundwatch Boater Education Program show a young humpback whale breaching in front of the Space Needle as it visited the waters off Seattle last week, … more
Prosecutors have charged a man with four counts of murder for the fatal shootings of three homeless men in Los Angeles and a suburban resident last month. Prosecutors say Jerrid Joseph Powell faces … more
Georgia Power Co. is urging the state’s utility regulators to approve a deal to pay for the company’s new nuclear reactors. But a few holdout opponents are still asking the Public Service … more
Arkansas election officials say online news personality Cenk Uygur is ineligible to appear on the ballot in the state's Democratic presidential primary next year. The state on Monday became the … more
California regulators say a San Francisco robotaxi service owned by General Motors covered up an accident involving one of its driverless cars, raising the specter they may add a fine to the recent … more
U.S. auto safety regulators say they are monitoring data from a group of mostly unrecalled Takata air bag inflators after one of them exploded in a BMW and hurled metal fragments that seriously … more
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