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ABC director revokes River Valley Relief's cultivation license

The director of the state Alcoholic Beverage Control division revoked River Valley Relief’s cultivation license after a nearly hour-long hearing Monday. 
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Local, national reactions to photo of Jerry Jones at North Little Rock High desegregation protest

An article from The Washington Post stirred conversation about the Dallas Cowboys owner’s past intentions, and how he will go forward in inclusion practices for football executives.
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Serious concerns about tornadoes, storms in Southeast Arkansas and beyond

A strong cold front will move through Arkansas and the Mid-South tomorrow and bring potentially strong storms with it. The National Weather Service has issued a rare, strong warning the day before the storm.

Hutchinson calls out Trump over meeting with white supremacist

Hutchinson says Trump meeting with white supremacist was no accident.
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Detectives identify teens as suspects in North Little Rock homicides

The teenage suspects will be charged as adults, according to the North Little Rock Police Department.

A marijuana post-mortem with David Couch

We caught up with Couch to get his thoughts on the election, why he thinks the amendment failed and the prospects for a recreational marijuana amendment in the future. 
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Sunday open line

Open line.

Y'all out there? An open line

Black Friday thoughts?
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A Little Rock city employee shot on the job Friday

The shooting happened near the intersection of Charles Bussey and Elm.

Attorney calls Conway School District's email policy egregious

John Tull, a lawyer who received the Freedom of Information Award from the Arkansas Press Association, told the newspaper, "In my 38 years of working with the FOIA, [this policy] is the most egregious thumbing of the nose at transparency and FOIA I have ever seen."
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Trump conspiracies

The former president might be history, but the hoaxes he promoted won’t die easily.

The Thanksgiving open line

Was the turkey too dry?

The Thanksgiving Eve line

Over to you

A living 'nightmare' for North Little Rock tenants

Some tenants are facing the early cold weather without working heaters; others were living in mold-and-roach-infested apartments. With many surviving off of limited income, tenants are stuck in unsafe living environments managed by Knight Development Properties.

Judge refuses to dismiss charges against Jan. 6 defendant from Arkansas

A federal judge today denied Richard "Bigo" Barnett's motions to strike all of the charges resulting from his participation in the Jan 6, 2021, insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. In a separate ruling, the judge withheld an immediate decision on whether to postpone Barnett's trial now set for Dec. 12.

UA Little Rock launches Centennial Campaign to commemorate 100-year legacy of excellence in education

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has announced the largest fundraising effort in university history with the goal of raising $250 million ahead of its 100-year anniversary in 2027.
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Think Rubix hands over LITFest performance contracts, sponsorship details

LITFest went up in smoke days before its scheduled start, and the Think Rubix Principal Tristan Wilkerson shared how his firm was negatively impacted by the loss. “We were asked to perform a miracle,” Wilkerson said. “That’s a lot to ask.”

Homicide victim in Conway identified

25-year-old woman shot to death in Conway.

First pediatric flu death reported in Arkansas this season, intensity is ‘very high’

The flu hit early this year, and health experts aren’t sure when the high numbers could end.

Meeting planned, public invited in effort to get Conway School District back on track

The Conway residents really wanting to take politics out of the schools are planning to get organized.
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