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Cotton readying for life in Senate

WASHINGTON — The fourth-floor office that Tom Cotton has occupied for the past two years is empty now as the Republican from Dardanelle moves across the Capitol to the U.S. Senate come January.

Millions at stake in lawsuit over Fayetteville Shale royalties

LITTLE ROCK — More than $100 million generated by natural gas production in the Fayetteville Shale could be at stake in a class-action lawsuit that alleges an oil and gas company has been skimming money from royalty owners’ payments for the past eight years.

Judge censured over conduct during campaign

LITTLE ROCK — A state panel that disciplines judges issued a letter of censure Friday to a circuit judge in Northwest Arkansas over his conduct while campaigning for office this year.

ADEQ launches mobile app for reporting hazards

LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality on Thursday launched a mobile application the agency said will allow users anywhere in the state to report environmental hazards directly from some smartphones.

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Safety Gains Redemption With Pick Six

FAYETTEVILLE — Rohan Gaines spent the entire last week knowing he’d miss the first half of Arkansas’ game against Ole Miss. He studied film, mentoring his proxy, freshman Josh Liddell, for what he’d see from quarterback Bo Wallace in preparation for his starting role.

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