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North Korea's Media Tout Trump Concessions You Won't Find In The Joint Statement

North Korean state media have reported that President Trump made a raft of concessions to Kim Jong Un that were not stated in the two countries' joint statement, following a first-ever meeting of the leaders in Singapore. While the U.S. has yet to confirm the contents of the reports, they suggest that the two leaders reached more verbal agreements than they put on paper, and made public. The Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported that Kim and Trump agreed that "it is important to abide by...

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Ribbon Cutting of Multi-Use Path At A-State; More Projects Coming

There are more opportunities for the use of alternate transportation on the campus of Arkansas State University. A ribbon cutting was held Wednesday at the site of the Pack Path’s multi use path at a bridge over Turtle Creek on the west side of campus. Chancellor Dr Kelly Damphousse said the project was made possible through a combination of federal, state and local funds. "With the opening of this trail, the total number of miles of Pack Paths we have on campus is about ten miles long," says...

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Traveling Arkansas: Surfing with Dad in Fairfield Bay

Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism Travel Writer Kim Williams talks about the following events happening in Arkansas during Father’s Day weekend—June 15!

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Jonesboro, AR – Arkansas Lieutenant Governor Bill Halter is challenging incumbant U.S. Senator Blanche Lincoln in the May 18th Democratic primary for U.S. Senate. Halter talked by phone about his campaign with KASU's Mark Smith...

Jonesboro, AR/Washington, DC – U.S. Senator Blanche Lincoln discussed health care and more in her monthly conversation with KASU's Mark Smith. (Part 2 of 2)

Jonesboro, AR/Washington, DC – U.S. Senator Blanche Lincoln discussed health care and more in her monthly conversation with KASU's Mark Smith. (Part 1 of 2)

Jonesboro, AR/Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Jo Anne Emerson (R-MO) discusses the aftermath of the passage of the health care bill with KASU's Mark Smith. (Part 2 of 2)

Jonesboro, AR/Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Jo Anne Emerson (R-MO) discusses the aftermath of the passage of the health care bill with KASU's Mark Smith. (Part 1 of 2)

Jonesboro, AR/Washington, DC – U.S. Senator Mark Pryor (D-AR) discussed Health Care, Toyota, the annual visit to Washington from the Jonesboro Regional Chamber of Commerce, and the changing political scene in Arkansas, in his monthly talk with KASU's Mark Smith. The entire interview can be heard in two parts. This is Part 2.

Jonesboro, AR/Washington, DC – U.S. Senator Mark Pryor (D-AR) discussed Health Care, Toyota, the annual visit to Washington from the Jonesboro Regional Chamber of Commerce, and the changing political scene in Arkansas, in his monthly talk with KASU's Mark Smith, on Thursday, March 4th. The entire interview can be heard in two parts. This is Part 1.

Jonesboro, AR/Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Marion Berry discusses his impending retirement and current issues in Washington with KASU's Mark Smith.

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KASU's James Lepine talks to film historian Meir Z. Ribalow about his upcoming lecture.

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Aspire Arkansas study reveals problems in literacy and math for students

A recent study suggests that access to Pre-K for young Arkansans is among the top in the nation. But, the state still has a long way to go when it comes to their development further along in their education.

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