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Arkansas Sheriff’s Deputy Fired After Shooting Yapping Chihuahua
Faulkner County cop Keenan Wallace discharged his service weapon at Reese’s, reportedly shattering the dog’s jaw, during a house call Friday.
Arkansas State Senator Has History Of Spewing Anti-Muslim Propaganda
He was locked out of his Twitter account for sharing an anti-Muslim tweet — but HuffPost found nearly 20 more instances of Islamophobic posts.
Bus Carrying Youth Football Team Crashes In Arkansas, Killing At Least 1 Child
By Jill Bleed, AP
At least 45 other people were hurt when the charter bus crashed roughly 25 miles southwest of Little Rock, authorities said.
Arkansas Voters Approve Minimum Wage Hike
Employers will have to pay at least $11 per hour by 2021.
Missouri and Arkansas To Vote On Raising The Minimum Wage On Election Day
The two ballot initiatives would gradually hike the wage floor to $12 and $11, respectively.
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Arkansas Radio Ads Invoke Lynchings To Scare Black Voters Away From Democratic Candidate
Rep. French Hill (R-Ark.) said he did not endorse the ads, which were paid for by a PAC called Black Americans for the President's Agenda.
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Arkansas Has Been Offering A Nonbinary Gender Option On State IDs For Years
Curtis M. Wong
The policy, in place since 2010, was recently highlighted by an LGBTQ news outlet.
Satan Ruled Out As Experts Puzzle Over Mysterious Flaming Pit In Arkansas
“He didn’t come up and stick his pitchfork in the ground and blow that hole out.”
Satanic Temple's Baphomet Raises Hell Over Religious Freedom In Arkansas
The goat-headed creature took on the Ten Commandments monument at a rally in Little Rock.
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When Sarah Sanders And The ACLU Teamed Up For Voting Rights
By Blake Paterson, ProPublica
The Trump administration wants to restrict access to the ballot box, but Sanders once sued to overturn a ban on student voting.
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Kratom Users In States That Ban It Discuss How Prohibition Has Made Life Worse
Their stories offer a look at the potential consequences and challenges of a federal ban on the botanical drug.
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Supreme Court Blocks Appeal, Allowing Arkansas To Restrict Medical Abortions
If the law goes into effect, Arkansas will be the only state to practically ban medical abortions.
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Arkansas Gets Permission To Enforce Voter ID Law In Primaries
The state's Supreme Court gave election authorities the green light after a lower court had blocked the law.
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E-Verify Immigrant Job Screening Is A Game Of Chicken, Politics And State Laws
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A Stateline analysis of E-Verify use found that a critical tool for preventing the illegal hiring of undocumented workers hasn’t been used uniformly even in the states that require it.
How Growing Up With A Mom In A Secret Lesbian Relationship Shaped My Life
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My mom sat me down and said that if anyone asked about them, I should say that they were cousins.
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Elvis Presley Is Running For Congress In Arkansas
It's now or never!
Mosque Responds To Hate With Forgiveness
Abraham Davis stood watch while his friend vandalized a mosque. The mosque paid off his remaining court fees.
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The FAA Can't Stop People From Throwing Live Turkeys Out Of Planes
That means it can't curtail the annual "turkey drop" in Yellville, Arkansas.
Town's Black History Markers Stolen After First African-American Mayor Takes Office
The monuments in Stamps, Arkansas, honored the late author Maya Angelou and three pioneering state legislators.
Living In Little Rock
On HuffPost’s “Listen To America” bus tour, Arkansas native Dee Ann Newell told us about living in Little Rock and her state’s unpredictable politics.
Ending Gang Violence
With homicides rising dramatically, one of the biggest challenges facing Little Rock is resurgent gang violence. Resident Kyle Clayton gave HuffPost his view on what can be done to help tackle the problem
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