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 Arkansas will not require voter photo ID Arkansas will not require voter photo ID
Arkansas' Supreme Court has struck down a state law requiring voters to show federal ID before casting a ballot. The state's high court determined that it was an unconstitutional voting requirement. Currently, Arkansas law states that voters must be 18 years of age, a US and state citizen, and legally registered. No photo ID is or will be required. This ruling may make it a lot easier for people to get to the polls as Arkansas' early voting for midterm elections began Monday, October 20. ....

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 Daylight saving time ends on November 2 Daylight saving time ends on November 2
Every first Sunday of November in the United States, the clocks should be set back one hour at 2 a.m. local time, which then becomes 1 a.m. local standard time in winter time. These dates and time changes were established by Congress in the Energy Policy Act of 2005, to give more natural light in work hours and thus save electricity. Sunrise and sunset will be about 1 hour earlier on November 2, 2014 than the day before. There will be more light in the morning.

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  Ebola update guidance for schools Ebola update guidance for schools
The World Health Organization declared an international emergency related to the Ebola Virus Disease outbreak in West Africa in September. Responses to this outbreak include: 1) neutralizing the outbreak within the countries of origin, 2) preventing transmission outside the country by screening travelers at departure from West Africa and re-entry to their home country, and 3) alerting health providers and others to increase their surveillance of those at risk. The Arkansas Department....

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 Boo at the Zoo celebrates “Day of the Dead”
Boo at the Zoo celebrates “Day of the Dead”
Arkansas’ largest Halloween festival, Boo at the Zoo, is back for its 23rd year! Boo at the Zoo is better than ever with new attractions and a special “Day of the Dead” o Dia de los Muertos holiday celebration! Boo will celebrate on Saturday, November 1st, Dia de los Muertos a holiday traditionally celebrated in Mexico and other parts of the world to honor and remember their loved ones who have passed away. The Zoo has partnered with ¡Hola! Arkansas to showcase this special evening, ....

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 This year, enjoy a healthy Halloween!  This year, enjoy a healthy Halloween!
Halloween is just around the corner! Having a healthy Halloween is not about giving up all the treats it is about bringing them into balance. Now, it is easier than ever to find Halloween treats to make adults and kids happy while also being healthy. Grocery stores are stocked with kid-friendly favorites that have whole grains, vitamin C, 100% juice and/or added fiber. Try to read nutrition labels when buying treats to be sure they are the healthiest choices. For example, check to see that f....

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 Arkansas’ minimum wage on the ballot Arkansas’ minimum wage on the ballot
In an election year filled with hotly debated issues, a proposal to raise Arkansas’ minimum wage has so far drawn no organized opposition and has united the major-party candidates in Arkansas’ top two political races. The proposed initiated act, which was certified last week for the November 4 ballot, would raise the state’s minimum wage gradually from $6.25 per hour to $8.50 per hour by 2017. Democratic candidates for statewide offices have generally supported the measure and made it a c....

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  Attorney general sues identification card maker  
  Attorney general sues identification card maker
Attorney General Dustin McDaniel filed a consumer-protection lawsuit today against the makers of identification cards that are advertised as being “legally issued” or “required by law” even though there is nothing official about the cards. McDaniel said Connecticut-based AmeraCard Enterprises Inc. and its owner, Joseph Cassara of Stamford, Conn., produce and sell ID cards that are designed to resemble state-issued driver’s licenses and ID cards, except that the IDs produced by the defend....

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 Arkansas lottery continued revenue drop
    Arkansas lottery continued revenue drop
The Arkansas Academic Challenge Scholarships have helped more than 30,000 students in the past four years. The state legislature has cut the size of the scholarships twice before, partly because the lottery wasn't generating enough money. The Arkansas Scholarship Lottery's revenue and net proceeds dropped for the second straight year by $29.5 million to $410.6 million, and that the amount raised for college scholarships declined by almost $9 million. The director of the state's scholar....

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Breastfeeding experts: Who are you talking to?
When it comes to seeking breastfeeding advice, there is a lot of confusion about who to turn to for the best advice. There are many counselors with different titles and letters behind their name who want to help you with breastfeeding. It is important to make sure the person you are talking to has the right training to meet your needs. Have you ever seen the letters “IBCLC” after the name of a breastfeeding counselor? Those letters stand for International Board Certified Lactation Con....
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Arkansas sees sharpest drop in uninsured rate in the nation
A Gallup report released shows that Arkansas outpaced the rest of the country in reducing the rate of uninsured residents during the first six months of 2014. Arkansas's uninsured rate fell from 22.5% at the end of 2013 to 12.4% midway through 2014. This means that approximately 45% of Arkansans who did not have health coverage at the beginning of the year are now insured. "When we worked with the Arkansas Legislature to pass the Private Option, we said it would make Arkansas a natio....
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More than 100 rabies cases reported in Arkansas
More than 100 cases of rabies have been confirmed in Arkansas so far this year with a second "peak" season for the disease on the horizon, according to state health and animal science officials. "The peak time for rabies cases is March and April, with a smaller rise again in late summer and early fall," according to Arkansas Public Health Veterinarian Susan Weinstein. The Arkansas Department of Health's most recent report shows 105 confirmed rabies cases thus far in 2014, with 26 of the ....
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UAMS opens Neighborhood Clinic
Continuing its commitment to expand primary care and specialty services to meet the needs of its patients, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) this week opened the UAMS Neighborhood Clinic in west Little Rock. The clinic, located at 1811 Rahling Road, is open 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, with extended hours until 8 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays for patient convenience. The clinic offers primary care to all members of a family from pediatric to geriatric ....
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Arkansas lands $90M wood pellet manufacturing site
Zilkha Biomass Energy, a producer of biomass solutions to electric utility customers, announced it is building a facility in Monticello, Arkansas, to manufacture their Zilkha Black Pellet, the first commercially available advanced pellet in the biomass industry. The company plans to invest $90 million in the facility and create 52 new jobs. "Power companies across the globe are looking for renewable energy alternatives and biomass wood pellets stand as one of the most practical and cost-e....
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Arkansas religious leaders call for compassion
Is this a humanitarian crisis or a dangerous lapse of border security? The children say they are fleeing drug wars, gang violence, human trafficking and poverty that threatens their lives. Arguments play out across television screens and the Internet constantly while government officials play political chess, using these kids as pawns in a larger ideological game. Bishop Anthony B. Taylor, who oversees the Catholic Church in Arkansas, referring to the crisis of young refugees coming into....
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Little Rock hires Luis Gonzalez as communications, marketing manager
Luis Gonzalez has been hired as the communications and marketing manager for the City of Little Rock, City Manager Bruce Moore announced Monday. Gonzalez will lead the City’s communications division managing all public relations outreach, serving as the primary contact for the media, and supervising the City’s government access channel, Little Rock Television (LRTV). He will be responsible for developing communication strategies for a wide variety of City initiatives. “Luis brings val....
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