Former member of rock band arrested at Little Rock airport, accused of $27 million fraud

Former member of rock band arrested at Little Rock airport, accused of $27 million fraud

Former member of rock band arrested at Little Rock airport, accused of $27 million fraud VERY seriously. Getting past the initial ick factor, bugs are eaten in lots of places across the world and are mainly just weird to westerners. I’ve never tried them myself, but I’m sure they’re pretty good! Taste is one thing, though, and a healthy body is another, entirely. Just what was the nutritional value of this ultra-fine dining? Let’s investigate.

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City of Little Rock warming centers open during day, closed on cold nights

City of Little Rock warming centers open during day, closed on cold nights

Head of firm behind Trump dossier was angered by Comey's pre-election announcement Reflecting the election-year stakes, aides to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) told senior staffers that he is intent on muscling the bill through the upper chamber and putting pressure on Democrats to vote for it, according to a person familiar with the meeting.advertisement Turpin was hit with an additional charge of committing a lewd act on a child by force.

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Little Rock sues 2 mayoral candidates over campaign contributions

Little Rock sues 2 mayoral candidates over campaign contributions

Little Rock sues 2 mayoral candidates over campaign contributions The suit, filed by City Attorney Tom Carpenter in Pulaski County Circuit Court, says that Sabin and Scott have improperly collected thousands in campaign contributions through exploratory committees. Arkansas law allows exploratory committees to raise money for political candidates up to two years before an election, but Little Rock argues in the lawsuit that it has the right to enforce its ordinance on the matter.

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Police: Little Rock woman tried to hit officers during vehicle chase

Police: Little Rock woman tried to hit officers during vehicle chase

Police: Little Rock woman tried to hit officers during vehicle chase Officers reportedly tried to stop a vehicle that was traveling left of the center line about 10:40 p.m., but the driver, identified as Amanda Eberle Rash, 48, refused to pull over. They chased the vehicle to Stuart and Kanis roads, where Little Rock police deployed a tire-puncturing device known as a spike strip.

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