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Is it safe for pregnant women to get the COVID-19 vaccine? UAMS doctor answers common question

Is it safe for pregnant women to get the COVID-19 vaccine? UAMS doctor answers common question

Breaking NewsA gynecologist at UAMS said it's ultimately up to the mother to make the decision, but here's some information that can help.5:14 PM CST January 20, 2021LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — For one specific group of people, who are holding another life in their hands, there are many questions about whether or not the COVID-19 vaccine is safe.Dr. Nirvana Manning, the Chair and Service Line Director for Obstetrics and Gynecology at UAMS, said the number one question they are getting asked right now is, "If I am pregnant, should I get the COVID-19 vaccine?"Manning said it's ultimately up to the...

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Capitol rioters express regret for participating in unrest after not getting a pardon from former President Trump

Capitol rioters express regret for participating in unrest after not getting a pardon from former President Trump

Breaking News"He regrets very very much having...just been duped by the president," said Al Watkins, attorney for Jacob Chansley also known as the 'Qanon Shaman'6:51 PM CST January 21, 2021ST. LOUIS — The number of arrests associated with the riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 continues to grow.On Wednesday, two men from Florida with ties to a far-right extremist group were arrested for taking part in the siege.More than 116 people from around the country are now facing federal charges.A few of those people arrested have ties to the Midwest region.That includes Richard "Bigo" Barnett - from...

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Perry County man killed by police after firing shotgun at officers

Perry County man killed by police after firing shotgun at officers

Breaking NewsRobert Bull, 55, was killed by officers Tuesday after reportedly firing a shotgun at police in Perry County.5:48 PM CST January 19, 2021PERRY COUNTY, Ark. — According to the Arkansas State Police, 55-year-old Robert Bull was killed by police after firing a shotgun at a group of officers who responded to his home Tuesday after he had been suspected of barricading vehicles on Poe Farm Road.Once officers arrived at around 9 a.m. to Bull's home, "they were met with gunfire coming from a front window," the press release said.Officers retreated from the area and waited for a state...

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Small Arkansas towns to see slow rollout of COVID-19 vaccines

Small Arkansas towns to see slow rollout of COVID-19 vaccines

Breaking NewsThe wait for seniors over the age of 70 to get their COVID-19 vaccine will depend in large part on where they live.6:08 PM CST January 18, 2021MT IDA, Ark. — The progression into the expanded Phase 1B of the Arkansas vaccine rollout saw hundreds of educators get shots Monday while seniors over 70 in rural areas found out they may be waiting a while.At the Mount Ida Pharmacy, which serves as the only vaccine distributor in Montgomery County, Monday was just a typical day— save for the constant phone calls to owner and pharmacist Laura Wagner."I'm heartbroken and sad that my...

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Arkansas leaders propose bill to repeal Confederate Flag Day

Arkansas leaders propose bill to repeal Confederate Flag Day

Breaking NewsEach year, the Saturday before Easter Sunday is recognized as Confederate Flag Day in Arkansas. This bill, if approved, would remove that recognition.5:08 PM CST January 16, 2021LITTLE ROCK, Ark — Arkansas State Representative Andrew Collins (D), along with Senator Breanne Davis (R), on Friday to repeal Confederate Flag Day in the state.Every year, the Saturday before Easter Sunday is recognized as Confederate Flag Day in Arkansas.After the killing of in Minneapolis, a Black man who was killed by a white police officer in May 2020, the nation saw an uptick in Confederate flags...

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Arkansas leaders propose bill to repeal Confederate Flag Day

Arkansas leaders propose bill to repeal Confederate Flag Day

Breaking NewsEach year, the Saturday before Easter Sunday is recognized as Confederate Flag Day in Arkansas. This bill, if approved, would remove that recognition.5:08 PM CST January 16, 2021LITTLE ROCK, Ark — Arkansas State Representative Andrew Collins (D), along with Senator Breanne Davis (R), on Friday to repeal Confederate Flag Day in the state.Every year, the Saturday before Easter Sunday is recognized as Confederate Flag Day in Arkansas.After the killing of in Minneapolis, a Black man who was killed by a white police officer in May 2020, the nation saw an uptick in Confederate flags...

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Arkansas Republicans propose to make January 22nd a day to mourn abortions

Arkansas Republicans propose to make January 22nd a day to mourn abortions

Breaking NewsArkansas Republicans have proposed a resolution that would make January 22 as the "Days of Tears" which would mourn abortions.11:43 AM CST January 12, 2021LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas — (Eds. note: The video attached is regarding another proposed bill related to abortion.)A group of Arkansas Republicans have proposed a resolution at the start of the 93rd General Assembly that wouldThe date was chosen by the anti-abortion legislators because on January 22, 1973 the United States Supreme Court released itsThe court ruled in a 7-2 decision that a woman's right to have an abortion was...

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Arkansas man who beat police officer with American flag at Capitol riot charged

Arkansas man who beat police officer with American flag at Capitol riot charged

Breaking NewsPeter Stager has been charged after reportedly beating a police officer with an American flag during the U.S. Capitol attack on Jan. 6.4:28 PM CST January 14, 2021LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas — Peter Stager has been charged after reportedly beating a police officer with an American flag during the Capitol riot on Jan. 6.According to a federal affidavit, the officer was from the Washington D.C. Police Department and was guarding the entrance to the Capitol when a mob pulled him down the stairs and attacked him.There is a allegedly saying "death is the only remedy for what's in that...

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Arkansas's proposed 'Stand Your Ground' law emerges from Senate committee

Arkansas's proposed 'Stand Your Ground' law emerges from Senate committee

Local NewsThe newest proposal mirrors a similar bill pushed in 2019 that died in committee after passionate testimony from Sen. Flowers turned into a viral video.LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas — An Arkansas Senate panel has advanced legislation loosening restrictions on the use of deadly force in self defense, two years after failing before the same committee. The Senate Judiciary Committee endorsed the proposal that would remove the state’s duty to retreat before using deadly force in certain circumstances. Loading ..."It's tighter and cleaner," said State Senator Bob Ballinger (R- Ozark), the...

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Arkansas's proposed 'Stand Your Ground' law emerges from Senate committee

Arkansas's proposed 'Stand Your Ground' law emerges from Senate committee

Breaking NewsThe newest proposal mirrors a similar bill pushed in 2019 that died in committee after passionate testimony from Sen. Flowers turned into a viral video.3:29 PM CST January 13, 2021LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas — An Arkansas Senate panel has advanced legislation loosening restrictions on the use of deadly force in self defense, two years after failing before the same committee. The Senate Judiciary Committee endorsed the proposal that would remove the state’s duty to retreat before using deadly force in certain circumstances. "It's tighter and cleaner," said State Senator Bob Ballinger...

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Man seen sitting at Nancy Pelosi's desk arrested in Arkansas

Man seen sitting at Nancy Pelosi's desk arrested in Arkansas

Breaking NewsRichard Barnett, who was seen sitting at a desk in Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office after a violent mob entered the Capitol, has been arrested in Arkansas.12:50 PM CST January 8, 2021According to the FBI, Richard Barnett, after a violent mob entered the U.S. Capitol, has been arrested in Arkansas.The FBI said Barnett self-surrendered at 10 a.m. on Friday at the Benton County Sheriff Office to FBI agents. He's been transferred to Washington County Jail for processing.Barnett is facing multiple charges from the D.C. U.S. Attorney office, but not the Western District because the...

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'I will carry my Glock to Congress' | New GOP congresswoman advocates for bringing gun to Capitol

'I will carry my Glock to Congress' | New GOP congresswoman advocates for bringing gun to Capitol

Breaking NewsLauren Boebert (R-Colo.) posted a video to Twitter that appeared to show her conceal carrying a gun while walking the streets of D.C.6:08 PM CST January 4, 2021WASHINGTON — The 117th Congress was officially sworn into office on Sunday, and one of its freshman members wasted no time making headlines. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) Sunday night proclaiming that she will carry a gun in D.C. and will bring it to work. The video, which has been viewed more than 2 million times, appears to show Boebert strapping a gun to her hip before heading out the door for a walk around D.C. "Even...

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More COVID-19 vaccines rolling out across Arkansas this week

More COVID-19 vaccines rolling out across Arkansas this week

Breaking NewsIn less than 48 hours, Arkansas will see an influx of vaccines to all 75 counties, according to a local pharmacist working with government officials.9:53 PM CST January 3, 2021LITTLE ROCK, Ark — In less than 48 hours more Pfizer and Moderna vaccines should be available to all 75 counties in the state of Arkansas, according to a local pharmacist working with government officials on the data.In a tweet, Gov. Hutchinson explains that stats will be available to the public:The will add stats on vaccine doses received and shots given to its website. We are still in the early stages...

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LIST: Where can I get the COVID-19 vaccine in Central Arkansas

LIST: Where can I get the COVID-19 vaccine in Central Arkansas

Breaking NewsThe initial recipients in Arkansas of the vaccine are health care workers and residents of long-term care facilities.1:09 PM CST January 1, 2021LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — With 2021 in full swing, Americans are expecting the supply for the initial COVID-19 vaccine to increase, along with additional authorized vaccines.Vaccinations began in Arkansas shortly after authorization was granted for the initial vaccine. The initial recipients in Arkansas are health care workers and residents of long-term care facilities.RELATED:In Phase One of Arkansas's vaccination plan, the currently...

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Arkansas teachers express concern about return to school following Christmas break

Arkansas teachers express concern about return to school following Christmas break

Breaking News"I am nervous. I'm not terrified, but I'm certainly nervous and I'm fully aware of the risk I'm assuming when I step into that classroom next week."10:40 PM CST January 1, 2021LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — The current surge in COVID-19 cases is the exact reason some Arkansas teachers are concerned about heading back into the building on Monday morning. Fourth grade teacher Brooke Buckley said it's scary to think about."I am nervous. I'm not terrified, but I'm certainly nervous and I'm fully aware of the risk I'm assuming when I step into that classroom next week," she...

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Arkansas license plates changing soon as combinations run out

Arkansas license plates changing soon as combinations run out

Breaking NewsIn a few months, Arkansas will run out of combinations. The new ones will have three letters, two numbers, then another letter.8:13 PM CST December 29, 2020LITTLE ROCK, Ark — The new year will bring new license plates to Arkansas.But this change isn't concerning the design -- it's about the combination of letters and numbers.In a few months, Arkansas will run out of combinations.For decades, the plate has been three numbers followed by three letters."Some lucky Arkansan is going to receive 999ZZZ and I think that will be one of the cooler plates in Arkansas because it will be...

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Florida COVID-19 'whistleblower' named 'Technology Person of the Year' by Forbes

Florida COVID-19 'whistleblower' named 'Technology Person of the Year' by Forbes

Breaking NewsForbes magazine recognized Jones for launching the state's lauded COVID-19 dashboard.Credit: Rebekah Jones3:31 PM CST December 29, 2020ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — When the government failed, Florida's former manager of COVID-19 data and surveillance stepped up to inform the public about coronavirus in the state, Forbes said.The magazine called Rebekah Jones its first-ever "Technology Person of the Year" for her efforts in building the which still is in use today showing the latest COVID-19 case count, deaths, testing information and more.In the earlier days of the pandemic, the...

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Florida COVID-19 'whistleblower' named 'Technology Person of the Year' by Forbes

Florida COVID-19 'whistleblower' named 'Technology Person of the Year' by Forbes

Breaking NewsForbes magazine recognized Jones for launching the state's lauded COVID-19 dashboard.Credit: Rebekah Jones3:31 PM CST December 29, 2020ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — When the government failed, Florida's former manager of COVID-19 data and surveillance stepped up to inform the public about coronavirus in the state, Forbes said.The magazine called Rebekah Jones its first-ever "Technology Person of the Year" for her efforts in building the which still is in use today showing the latest COVID-19 case count, deaths, testing information and more.In the earlier days of the pandemic, the...

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President Trump signs massive funding bill into law, includes $600 stimulus checks

President Trump signs massive funding bill into law, includes $600 stimulus checks

Breaking NewsTrump announced the signing in a statement that spoke of his frustrations with the bill for including only $600 checks, instead of larger ones Republicans rejected.11:12 AM CST December 27, 2020WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — President Donald Trump signed a $900 billion pandemic relief package Sunday, ending days of drama over his refusal to accept the bipartisan deal that will deliver long-sought cash to businesses and individuals and avert a federal government shutdown.The massive bill includes $1.4 trillion to fund government agencies through September and contains other...

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Group calls for halt on evictions in Arkansas as COVID pandemic persists

Group calls for halt on evictions in Arkansas as COVID pandemic persists

Breaking NewsA group of protestors stood in front of the Governor's mansion Wednesday asking for a halt on evictions as federal assistance nears expiration.9:56 PM CST December 16, 2020LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — A group of protestors stood in front of the Governor's mansion Wednesday asking for a halt on evictions as federal assistance nears expiration.Byington Smith is facing eviction from her apartment any day now. A disability and the pandemic has left her unemployed since March."I am employable, it's just that I haven't been able to find a job," Smith said.With medical bills piling up, Smith...

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Trump demands Congress send bill with $2,000 stimulus checks; Pelosi concurs

Trump demands Congress send bill with $2,000 stimulus checks; Pelosi concurs

Breaking NewsPresident Trump hinted he may not sign the COVID-19 relief bill passed by Congress that includes $600 checks for most Americans.6:59 AM CST December 22, 2020WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump late Tuesday threatened to torpedo Congress’ massive COVID-19 relief package in the midst of a raging pandemic and deep economic uncertainty, suddenly demanding changes fellow Republicans have opposed.Trump assailed the bipartisan $900 billion package in a video he tweeted out Tuesday night and suggested he may not sign the legislation. He called on lawmakers to increase direct payments...

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What we know as 1st shipment of Moderna vaccine arrives in Arkansas

What we know as 1st shipment of Moderna vaccine arrives in Arkansas

Breaking NewsThe first shipments of the Moderna vaccine will be prioritized to residents and staff in long-term care facilities.5:59 PM CST December 21, 2020LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — On Monday, Arkansas began receiving shipments of the Moderna vaccine with more coming Tuesday and Wednesday. The Moderna vaccine rollout is going to look a little different than what we saw with the Pfizer rollout.The Pfizer rollout was focused on getting it to those frontline workers inside the hospitals, where the Moderna rollout is more focused on giving it to the people inside nursing homes.This is why Lacey...

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Virginia removes Robert E. Lee statue from U.S. Capitol

Virginia removes Robert E. Lee statue from U.S. Capitol

Breaking NewsThe Robert E. Lee statue and the state’s other statue of George Washington stood for 111 years at the U.S. Capitol.7:17 AM CST December 21, 2020WASHINGTON — Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam announced Monday that Virginia’s statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee was removed from the U.S. Capitol overnight and is steps closer to being replaced with the statue of civil rights icon Barbara Rose Johns.A representative from the governor’s office, Senator Tim Kaine and Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton were all there for the removal, according to an official statement from the governor's...

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Arkansas is ranked as the 49th friendliest state, according to travel website

Arkansas is ranked as the 49th friendliest state, according to travel website

Breaking News"Arkansas is a friendly state if – and emphasis on if – you're local." The article said. "Visitors might feel like they don't quite fit in and are unwelcome."7:32 PM CDT August 22, 2019Hundreds of thousands of Americans voted for the "Most Friendliest States" on bigseventravel.com, and ranked Arkansas one of the least friendly states.New York, as to be expected, was ranked dead-last. Followed by Arkansas.And, also according to Big Seven Travel, Minnesota is the friendliest."Arkansas is a friendly state if – and emphasis on if – you're local." The article said. "Visitors might...

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First COVID-19 vaccine given in Arkansas as first shipment arrives

First COVID-19 vaccine given in Arkansas as first shipment arrives

Breaking NewsThe state of Arkansas received its first shipment of the Pfizer vaccine.9:34 AM CST December 14, 2020LITTLE ROCK, Ark — Monday was a historic day across the country and right here in Arkansas. The first shipments and immunizations of the COVID-19 vaccine have been distributed and administered. On Monday afternoon at the Arkansas Department of Health, five Arkansas front-line workers became a part of history. They were among the first in the state to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. The energy in the room was full of hope as everyone witnessed what Arkansas' top doctor, Jose...

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