When winter’s snow and temperatures come down, flames in the fireplace usually go up.
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Even after the storm is gone, ice and snow can leave dangers behind in the form of damaged trees, said Tamara Walkingstick, associate director of the Arkansas Forest Research Center and an extension forester for the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture.
This year, hang the stockings by the chimney with care. And take care with the Christmas tree, the outdoor lights and all the other decorations too.
Holiday shoppers buying the latest smartphones, tablets, big-screen televisions or other electronic devices or appliances most likely will all be asked at the checkout counter if they want to purchase extended warranties or service contracts for the products.
LITTLE ROCK — The University of Arkansas for Medical Science’s Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute has received a $1 million gift to help complete its new breast cancer and cancer procedures facility,UAMS officials said Wednesday.
LITTLE ROCK — A new federal report states that 1,400 Arkansans had enrolled in health insurance plans through the federal government’s health insurance marketplace website by Nov. 30.
WASHINGTON — Arkansas lawmakers were mostly noncommittal Wednesday about how they plan to vote on a deal that would avert a new congressional budget showdown in January.
LITTLE ROCK — A legislative panel is scheduled to meet via conference call Thursday to consider issuing subpoenas to members of a state board that allowed some public schools to arm teachers and staff.
LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Lee Turner knows it happened — that he drove his Ford Escape into a light pole just more than a year ago.
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Department of Health and the Arkansas Pharmacists Association urge unvaccinated people to get their flu shots during National Influenza Vaccination Week, Dec. 9-13.