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Morning Mix January 22, 2020: Survey Finds Arkansans Spent Less During Holidays

Little Rock Schools Superintendent Michael Poore revealed the next step in Hall High School’s development. Next year, Hall High will reopen as Little Rock Hall STEAM Magnet High School. A Consumer Affairs survey found that Arkansas residents spent the second-least of all states during the past holiday season.   Formal arguments for President Trump’s impeachment…

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Morning Mix January 17, 2020: LRSD Fires All Non-Certified Employees At Multiple Schools

As part of its restructuring plan, the Little Rock School District vacated all non-certified positions at Hall High School, McClellan High School, J.A. Fair High and Rockefeller Elementary, requiring all non-teaching employees at those schools re-apply for fewer jobs next year. The Arkansas labor department fined Wild River Country nearly $6,000 for violating child labor…

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Morning Mix January 16, 2020: Bobby Petrino is New Missouri State Head Coach

Recognizing that America’s obesity epidemic has hit police officers particularly hard, the Conway Police Department introduced a new health and wellness initiative for its officers. Hot Springs residents and Oklahoma State University alumni Kayleen and Larry Ferguson donated $50 million to their alma mater. The university plans on using the donation to transform and update…

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Morning Mix January 15, 2020: Mississippi Dam Failure Expected to Cause Death, Property Damage

The Yell County Sheriff’s Department charged four young men with the shooting deaths of multiple cattle around the Centerville area. Harley Stuffelebean (18), of Altus, Darren Steele (18), of Delaware, Dalton Henry (18) and Kaleb Kirchoff (18) both of Dardanelle, were booked for Cruelty to Animals and Criminal Mischief. Over 40 Arkansas counties remain wrapped…