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10:46 am
Mon January 20, 2014

Events Planned In Arkansas To Mark MLK Holiday

Little Rock School District Superintendent Dexter Suggs will serve as the grand marshal in an annual event honoring the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. 

A march-parade, or marade, will take place at 10 a.m. Monday in Little Rock. The marade begins at 33rd and Chester streets and ends at the Arkansas State Capitol, where a commemorative ceremony is scheduled to begin at noon. 

The event is sponsored by the Arkansas NAACP. 

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8:27 am
Mon January 20, 2014

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Local & Regional News
5:50 pm
Sun January 19, 2014

Rapid Tax Refunds Could Mean Exorbitant Interest Rates

Seal of the Arkansas Attorney General
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The attorney general's office is cautioning residents this tax season to watch out for rapid tax loans or rapid refunds. Sarah Tucker, the Senior Assistant Attorney General said consumers should be aware of bad deals getting refunds from some services.

“Rapid refunds might sound very attractive but if you obtain a rapid refund, whether it's through a refund anticipation check or perhaps your tax preparer is going to give you a debit card, you actually are going to be paying a lot of fees that you wouldn't otherwise pay and you're just borrowing your own money,” said Tucker.

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Local & Regional News
4:36 pm
Sun January 19, 2014

SAU Magnolia Horse Thief Sentencing Date

A sentencing date has been set in Arkansas for the Oklahoma woman responsible for the theft of five horses from the Southern Arkansas University rodeo team stables in Magnolia last year.

21 year old Jaci Rae Jackson is to be sentenced in Columbia County Circuit Court on February 6th.

Prosecutors say she faces up to 30 years in prison in Arkansas and up to 25 years in Oklahoma.

Local & Regional News
4:31 pm
Sun January 19, 2014

Fire Danger for Western Three-Fourths of Arkansas

The National Weather Service said the danger of fire is elevated across much of Arkansas because of windy conditions and low humidity and burn bans remain in effect in three counties.

The weather service said the danger of fire continued on Sunday in about the western three-fourths of the state.

Local & Regional News
5:37 pm
Sat January 18, 2014

Two of Six Stolen Dogs Back at Texarkana Animal Shelter

Same Type of Dogs Stolen
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  The director of an animal shelter in Texarkana says two of the six pit bulls stolen from the shelter earlier this week have been found and returned and a third stolen dog has been spotted.

Texarkana Animal Care and Adoption Center Director Connie Slater told the Texarkana Gazette two dogs were found Thursday and a third was seen in downtown Texarkana but has not been caught. Slater says one of the recovered dogs is being treated for a neck wound.

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Local & Regional News
5:13 pm
Sat January 18, 2014

Beebe Highlights the Big Issues in the Upcoming Fiscal Session

Inside the Capitol
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High profile issues will be dominating much of the the Arkansas Legislature's agenda next month. They're expected to address a special election to replace the resigning Republican Lieutenant Governor Mark Darr, craft a long-term fix to public school employee insurance hikes, consider expanding jails in the wake of probation problems and reforms, and the future of the Private Option.

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5:30 pm
Fri January 17, 2014

Panel: Absentee Voters In NE Arkansas Must Show ID By Tuesday

The Craighead County Election Commission is giving dozens of absentee voters who cast their ballots without proof of identification in a special state Senate election extra time to show their ID in order for their votes to be counted under a new law.

The commission on Friday voted unanimously to treat ballots submitted without proof of identification the same as those cast in person without photo ID, giving the absentee voters until noon Tuesday to show ID.

Local & Regional News
3:09 pm
Fri January 17, 2014

C-SPAN Bus To Stop in Little Rock

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The C-SPAN bus is making a stop in Little Rock as part of its winter tour.

It'll be at the Clinton Presidential Library tomorrow, Jan.18, from 10 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. 

Then on Tuesday, Jan. 21, the bus will be at Mount Saint Mary Academy from 8:30 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. and also in the River Market area (River Market Ave. and E. 3rd Street) at The Women's Foundation of Arkansas.

Heath Neiderer with C-SPAN says the bus has been traveling to cities, schools, and universities around the country to demonstrate C-SPAN’s educational and political resources.  

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