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Arkansas Opinion Spotlight

POLL: Do You Think More Universities And Colleges Across The Country Could Do More To Help Provide Housing For The Homeless?

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Two years after a homeless camp in Fayetteville was removed, the University of Arkansas' Community Design Center is working to bring transitional housing back to the community. "In 2017, there was somewhere between 100-150 people living in sort of camping- third world conditions in the woods in...
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POLL: Do You Think Freshman Ethan Bates Will Make An Impact On The Team This Year?

FAYETTEVILLE — If Friday’s eight-inning scrimmage at Baum-Walker Stadium is any indication, Arkansas’ baseball team may have found dynamite in a smaller package for the second straight year. Former Hot Springs Lakeside standout and freshman second baseman Ethan Bates (5-11, 170) homered while going 3-for-4, scoring three runs and driving...
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POLL: Do You Think The Declaration Of Racism As A Public Health Crisis Will Help In Uniting Communities While Diminishing Racism As A Whole?

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) — In Fayetteville, racism was recently declared as a public health crisis, but what exactly does that mean?. It’s our way of recognizing that public policy has an impact on people in our community and sometimes that impact is not equal. KYLE SMITH, COUNCIL MEMBER, CITY OF...
FAYETTEVILLE, AR

POLL: Do You Think Arkansas Has Taken Enough Measures To Protect Its Citizens From Covid-19?

LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Arkansas on Tuesday reported 480 new confirmed cases of the new coronavirus and 15 more deaths from COVID-19, the illness it causes. The Department of Health said at least 57,374 people in the state have tested positive for the virus since the pandemic began. Of those, 5,312 are active and exclude those who have died or recovered.
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Do you think reducing the filing period from three weeks down to one week will be a factor in whether or not incumbents will face challengers?

FAYETTEVILLE -- Fayetteville Mayor Lioneld Jordan drew three opponents in his bid for reelection while the mayors of Springdale and Rogers will face no challengers in the Nov. 3 general election. The filing period for the nonpartisan municipal offices ended Wednesday with contested races in cities and towns throughout Benton...
FAYETTEVILLE, AR