AP-AR--Arkansas News Digest 1:30 pm, AR
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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — A Veterans Affairs hospital in Fayetteville holds a town hall meeting to provide an update into an investigation of an impaired pathologist who is linked to at least seven missed diagnoses and a potential death. 300 words.
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FAYETEVILLE, Ark. — The University of Arkansas has received a $716,000 federal grant to identify possible patterns on where terrorism attacks occur. 250 words.
ARKANSAS CORRUPTION INDICTMENT — Sentencing dates have been set for two former Arkansas state lawmakers and two others accused in a bribery scheme.
ARKANSAS-THREE KILLED — Authorities say three people were killed in eastern Arkansas after their car crashed into a tree.
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