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USDA says China stopping imports of Arkansas fowl

Federal agriculture officials told members of Arkansas' congressional delegation Tuesday that China has stopped importing the state's poultry products. Full story

Brain-Eating Amoeba Infects 12-Year-Old Girl

A 12-year-old girl in Arkansas has been hospitalized with a case of parasitic meningitis caused by a rare brain-eating amoeba. Full story

Exxon Mobil puts off discussion of pipe under lake

ExxonMobil Corp. says it wants an investigation into a March oil spill in a Mayflower neighborhood to wrap up before it opens discussions about a pipeline's path below a watershed that provides drinking water to hundreds of thousands of people in central Arkansas. Full story

Inmate on the loose after escape caught on camera

   Police are still searching for an inmate whose escape from an Arkansas prison was caught on camera. He was jailed for aggravated robbery charges.

Arkansas water park closes after rare meningitis confirmed

LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas (Reuters) - A popular Arkansas water park voluntarily closed after a 12-year-old girl who swam there was diagnosed with a rare case of parasitic meningitis, authorities said on Monday. Full story

It’s not Santa: Would-be thief gets stuck in chimney

   Police in Harrison, Ark., say they found a 38-year-old Michael Case stuck in the chimney of a pawnshop, where he spent an uncomfortable night after a botched burglary.

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Storms knock out power to 15K in central Arkansas

Ark. congressman proposes tax relief after spill

Drought conditions worsening in Arkansas

Ark. farmers seeking bounty now poised for drought

Commission approves controls at SWEPCO power plant

Hurt cyclist dies after group hit by car in Ark.

Arkansas ends fiscal year with $299.5M surplus

Walmart files restraining order against protesting labor groups

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  Wal-Mart Hosts Annual Shareholders' Meeting

CNBC's Mary Thompson reports the world's largest retailer is holding court in Fayetteville, Arkansas, today.

  The political blow back to voting 'no' on background checks

The Up panel talks about those Democrats that voted against background checks, specifically Alaska's Mark Begich and Arkansas' Mark Pryor, and the fact that despite voter dismay, it probably isn't enough to push voters to vote against him.

  Bloomberg takes on Democrats on gun control

NYC Deputy Mayor Howard Wolfson, The New Republic's Alec MacGillis, Shannyn Moore of Anchorage Daily News, and State Rep. Charles Armstrong, D-Ark., talk voting "no" on background checks - and the impact it's having on candidates seeking re-election.

  Arkansas senator takes on Mayor Bloomberg in new ad

Politico Playbook: "Arkansas Sen. Mark Pryor, who's facing an onslaught of ads from New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg's gun-control group, has started buying TV airtime of his own," writes Politico's Maggie Haberman. Mike Allen joins Morning Joe to discuss.

  Tornado Threat Continues Today

After yesterday's tornado activity, more are expected on Tuesday in Texas and Arkansas, reports Alex Wallace, The Weather Channel.

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Scott County Sheriff Cody Carpenter courtesy of the Scott County Sheriff's Department

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Scott County Sheriff Cody Carpenter courtesy of the Scott County Sheriff's Department
Scott County Sheriff Cody Carpenter courtesy of the Scott County Sheriff's Department

Scott County Sheriff Cody Carpenter is pictured in this handout photo provided by the Scott County Sheriff's Department May 31, 2013. Storms in Oklahoma and Arkansas left an Arkansas county sheriff dead, one man missing in an attempted water rescue and at least five other people injured elsewhere, o