BC-AR--Arkansas News Digest 1:30 pm, AR
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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. _ Arkansas officials say more than 4,600 people were kicked off the state’s Medicaid expansion program for not complying with a work requirement last month. By Andrew DeMillo. 400 words.
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CONWAY, Ark. _ The University of Central Arkansas has suspended the Kappa Sigma fraternity for hazing following student allegations that chapter members would spray cold water on prospective members, require physical workouts and confine them to the house. 250 words.
CONWAY-FERRIS WHEEL _ Authorities say all passengers were safely rescued after a Ferris wheel malfunctioned in downtown Conway.
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