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Arkansas' Childs healthy, ready for breakout game

Arkansas' Childs healthy, ready for breakout game Full story

High-Tech Tools Let Researchers Track Dinosaur Footprints

With the help of cutting-edge technology, researchers in Arkansas are unveiling new information about the dinosaurs that existed there 120 million years ago. Full story

New field of dino tracks found in Arkansas

Researchers at the University of Arkansas are studying a new field of fossilized dinosaur tracks, including one set that appears to be from a large three-toed predator, the university said Wednesday. Full story

In Arkansas, Dalai Lama draws crowds as big as a sports event

For this college town, a visit by the Dalai Lama on Wednesday rivaled one of its famed Razorback sporting events. Full story

Oklahoma sees record cold: -31

Icy blasts tugged temperatures to well below zero in chunks of the South early Thursday, leaving at least three people dead and farmers fretting about their animals . Full story

After cheating death, the challenge of living begins

What happens on the day after the worst day of your life? Half of all Americans will face a major traumatic experience, researchers say.  We read about the devastation every day, but not what happens next. Full story

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J. William Fullbright
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Snow accumulates on a statue of former U.S. Senator J. William Fullbright on the University of Arkansas campus in Fayetteville, Ark., on Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2011. A winter storm dropped nearly two feet of snow on parts of Arkansas on Wednesday after forecasters predicted that only a half-foot or so w