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‘True Conviction’ Tribeca Review: True-Crime Doc Takes Dark Twists

‘true conviction’ tribeca review: true-crime doc takes dark twists
One of the cardinal rules — and sometimes, biggest challenges — in nonfiction filmmaking is that when you set out to follow real people, you often don’t know where they’re going. Sometimes,..
The Wrap

Arkansas Youth Shooting Sports regional tournaments begin April 28

JACKSONVILLE – Student athletes from across Arkansas will gather at the Arkansas Game and Fish Foundation Shooting Sports Complex in Jacksonville each weekend, beginning April 28, to take their shots
Harrison Daily

Videos for Arkansas

News video: March for Science

March for Science

Hundreds gathered to promote science in politics.
Source: KLRT Fox 16 Little Rock -

News video: March For Science Happening in Arkansas

March For Science Happening in Arkansas

March For Science Happening in Arkansas
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News video: Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure
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News video: Documentary Shown About Former Death Row Inmates

Documentary Shown About Former Death Row Inmates

Documentary Shown About Former Death Row Inmates
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News video: Bob On Jay Dickey

Bob On Jay Dickey

Bob On Jay Dickey
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‘Outdoor Hotline’ to air on AETN April 27; call-in special to address fishing, bobwhite quail, green tree reservoirs

CONWAY (AETN) — “Outdoor Hotline,” a live call in program hosted by AETN Deputy Director and veteran reporter Tony Brooks, will air at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 27, on the Arkansas Educational..
Harrison Daily

Arkansas carries out first of several planned executions, but what's next?

This week in Arkansas, lives came down to minutes. Ledell Lee never saw Friday. Less than an hour before a midnight deadline to carry out the sentence, Arkansas officials learned the U.S. Supreme..
L.A. Times

France, Arkansas, Berkeley: Your Friday Evening Briefing

Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

Carl Hoppis to retire from NARMC

After 42 years working devotedly for North Arkansas Regional Medical Center (NARMC), Carl Hoppis, a resident of Western Grove is set to retire on April 27, 2017.
Harrison Daily

Arkansas execution flurry marks early test for new Justice Gorsuch

Newly appointed conservative U.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch helped clear the way for Arkansas to hold its first execution in 12 years, a sign of the challenges facing other inmates seeking to..
Raw Story Also reported by •DNA

Neil Gorsuch's First Critical Vote Allowed A Man To Be Executed

Justice Neil Gorsuch made a difference Thursday in his first 5-4 vote on the Supreme Court, siding with his fellow conservatives to deny a petition from eight Arkansas inmates who sought to stop..
Huffington Post

Gorsuch's First Big Top Court Vote Allows Arkansas Execution

Justice Neil Gorsuch took his first major action on the U.S. Supreme Court by casting the deciding vote to let Arkansas begin executing a group of death-row inmates.

New Lidia’s GM: From classical pianist to culinary perfectionist

Cody Hogan's musical journey began with a dare and ultimately led to a culinary career, including an 18-year tenure at Lidia's Kansas City. Earlier this month, Hogan was promoted from chef de cuisine..

Arkansas aiming to execute three more prisoners

Even after Arkansas executed its first inmate in 15 years on Thursday, three men still face the possibility of being put to death by the state before month’s end. Ledell Lee was executed on Thursday,..
Raw Story

News24.com | Arkansas plans 3 more executions

Arkansas will seek to execute three more inmates next week, but courts could stand in the way.

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