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ACLU seeks injunction against voter ID law

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A civil liberties group is asking an Arkansas judge to block the state from enforcing its new voter ID law while he considers a lawsuit challenging the requirement's constitutionality. More>>

Cotton defends vote against farm bill

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Republican Senate hopeful and U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton on Tuesday defended his vote against the farm bill, saying the measure didn't do enough to cut food stamps. U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor says his GOP rival ignored... More>>

Arkansas candidates address farmers' group

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Candidates for Arkansas' top offices, including a hotly contested U.S. Senate race, are speaking to a group of farmers during a daylong forum. More>>

Talk Business & Politics: This week in Arkansas History Video included

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Talk Business Politics: This week in Arkansas history we look atthe Democraticprimary in 1990 when then Governor Bill Clinton was being challenged by Tom McRae, great grandson of a former Arkansasgovernor. McRae had issues with Clinton's environmental record. More>>

Young Republicans hold primary debate for candidates

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Little Rock (KATV) – The Arkansas Federation of Young Republicans invited the candidates of their party to debate one another at the Clarion hotel in Little Rock this morning. More>>

Roby Brock sits down with Jason Tolbert to discuss the Young Republicans debate Video included

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Roby Brock sits down with Jason Tolbert of the Tolbert Report to talk about the Young Republicans debate that took place over the weekend. You can see Talk Business Politics with Roby Brock each Sunday at 9 a.m. on Channel Seven. More>>

Talk Business & Politics: Political Animals Club Debate Video included

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Talk Business Politics: John Brumett with the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, our Janelle Lilley, and GOP Strategist Bill Vickery took part in the Political Animals Club debate this past week.You can watch Talk Business Politics with Roby Brock eachSunday morningat 9 a.m. on Channel Seven. More>>

UPDATE: Clinton White House documents set for release

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The National Archives is scheduled to release about 7,500 pages of documents on Friday from former President Bill Clinton's administration. More>>

Arkansas ACLU files lawsuit to stop controversial voter-ID law

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LITTLE ROCK (KATV) - The American Civil Liberties Union of Arkansas and the Arkansas Public Law Center filed lawsuits on behalf of four individuals in regard to the state's controversial voter identification law passed by the general assembly in 2013.  A press conference outside the Pulaski County Circuit Court on Wednesday addressed the reasons for the suit against the state. More>>

Ruling: Faulkner judge can remain on ballot

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Another Arkansas judge has been ruled eligible for office after his candidacy was challenged because of a temporary license suspension. More>>

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  • Police warn parents about criminal consequences of kids "sexting"

    Police warn parents about criminal consequences of kids "sexting"

    Tuesday, April 22 2014 11:09 PM EDT2014-04-23 03:09:53 GMT
    JACKSONVILLE (KATV) - Hormones run rampant in teens – it’s why the concept of sending lewd photos to one another seems so natural to them. But do they know that doing that can land them in some hot water?  More >>
    JACKSONVILLE (KATV) - Hormones run rampant in teens – it’s why the concept of sending lewd photos to one another seems so natural to them. But do they know that doing that can land them in some hot water?  More >>
  • Stolen Home

    Stolen Home

    Stolen Home

    Tuesday, April 22 2014 8:14 PM EDT2014-04-23 00:14:57 GMT

    One Lonoke County woman's dream of home ownership didn't last long.  She is facing eviction amidst allegations that her home is stolen.

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    One Lonoke County woman's dream of home ownership didn't last long.  She is facing eviction amidst allegations that her home is stolen.

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  • DHS revokes Bryant daycare license after 8-month old infant dragged across carpet

    DHS revokes Bryant daycare license after 8-month old infant dragged across carpet

    DHS revokes Bryant daycare license after 8-month old infant dragged across carpet

    Tuesday, April 22 2014 6:43 PM EDT2014-04-22 22:43:59 GMT
    BRYANT (KATV)--A Bryant daycare owner has her license revoked after one of her employees allegedly dragged an 8-month old infant across the carpet. We first reported this story back in February when surveillance video showed the employee dragging the infant by the leg. Shortly after this incident, the Department of Human Services investigated further and revoked the owner's license closing the Wisdom Tree Learning Academy's doors for good. Coats is facing one count of endangering the welfare ...More >>
    BRYANT (KATV)--A Bryant daycare owner has her license revoked after one of her employees allegedly dragged an 8-month old infant across the carpet. We first reported this story back in February when surveillance video showed the employee dragging the infant by the leg. Shortly after this incident, the Department of Human Services investigated further and revoked the owner's license closing the Wisdom Tree Learning Academy's doors for good. Coats is facing one count of endangering the welfare ...More >>