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    Michael Phelps Arrested for DUI

    Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps was arrested on a DUI charge early Tuesday morning in Maryland. Phelps was charged with driving under the influence, excessive speed and crossing double lane lines. A Maryland transportation authority police officer clocked the swimmer doing 84-miles-per-hour in a 45-mph […]

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    First case of Ebola in US

    A patient being treated at a Dallas, Texas, hospital is the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States. The c-d-c confirmed the positive result today. The adult patient developed symptoms days after returning to Texas from West Africa and was admitted into isolation […]

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    School Shooting in Kentucky

    Students at one Kentucky high school were evacuated Tuesday after a shooting on campus. One student from Fern Creek High School in Louisville was injured and taken to the hospital. Several police agencies were called to the scene. The high school and Fern Creek Elementary […]

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    Clinton Baby Due Any Day

    Chelsea Clinton is due to give birth any day and the media is on baby watch! Former President Bill Clinton’s daughter has decided to keep the gender of her baby a mystery from everyone, including herself and her husband. According to Clinton, the only people […]

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    Parent Weekend Brings in Record Attendance

    Over 3,000 parents and family members of U of A students were on campus this weekend. Family Weekend 2014 was the largest in the university’s history! Attendees are treated to campus tours, a parents panel , and brunch. A silent auction raised over $1,000 for […]

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    U of A Alumnus Donates to Scholarship

    U of A Alumnus Richard Green of Lowell is establishing a $1 million scholarship to benefit students at the Office of Diversity and Community. Scholarship recipients will be incoming freshman. They can renew the award all four years of attendance as long as they maintain […]

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    Petition to Repeal City Ordinance

      The Fayetteville City Clerk’s Office is in the process of verifying a petition to repeal City Ordinance 119. But there’s no telling how long that could take. The law aims to prevent discrimination based on gender or sexual orientation. More than 5,000 signatures were […]

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    Homecoming Court Nominations End Tomorrow!

    Homecoming will be here before you know it, so it’s time to cast your nominations. Students in a registered student organization have until tomorrow at noon to nominate for homecoming queen court and male homecoming court. All nominations are carefully reviewed and then picked to […]

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    Zipcar Coming to the U of A

    Students have a new way to cruise around town thanks to a new U of A partnership. Zipcar is the world’s leading car-sharing company will now be on campus. There will be two vehicles, a Ford Escape and a Ford Focus that students, faculty and […]

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    Bikes, Blues, and BBQ Rolls Into Town

    Vendors for Bikes, Blues and BBQ are already setting up camp in Fayetteville. Motorcyclists are already rolling into town as well. The festival officially starts tomorrow and wraps up this Sunday. Expect lots of traffic in and around Fayetteville as thousands of people ride in and […]

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