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University of Arkansas confirms 3 mumps cases

The state had a mumps outbreak in 2016 and 2017 with nearly 3,000 cases.

The miscalculation, which has been corrected, could sharply reduce or eliminate many people's state refunds.

Clouds will increase today and a few showers are possible by tonight. Saturday could bring thunderstorms.

Marcus Price, 36, is accused of intentionally infecting a woman with HIV.

Tax changes catching some people off guard

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Police: 'Empire' actor staged attack to 'promote his career'

Tax changes catching some people off guard

Dry today, but more rain coming

Springfield Public Schools holds community meeting about Proposition S

Suicidal man forces evacuation of downtown Springfield apartments

Syracuse coach Boeheim strikes, kills pedestrian on highway

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Boone County and Harrison city crews clean up after ice storm

US home sales tumbled 1.2 percent in January

Lawyer: Ex-FBI official McCabe still facing investigation

Newton Co., Ark. authorities arrest juvenile for making threat at Jasper High School

More than 150 IS militants handed over to Iraq from Syria

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Snow in Vegas! Desert city gets first snowfall in decade

Taste of the Ozarks: Egg Roll in a Bowl

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Applications for US jobless benefits fell to a low 216,000

'Empire' actor charged with making false police report

Police investigate shooting in west Springfield

Pope offers 21 proposals to fight abuse at start of summit

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Advocates say US still separates migrant families needlessly

Auburn rides 3-point barrage to win over Arkansas

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Hackers take control of Tampa mayor's Twitter account, announce airport bomb threat

"Upon noticing the hack we immediately began investigating these reprehensible tweets," according to City Hall.

Jussie Smollett blasted by Chicago police for exploiting city's racial divide for personal gain

"'Empire' actor Jussie Smollett took advantage of the pain and anger of racism to promote his career," said Chicago Police Department Superintendent Eddie Johnson.

Friendly texts between Portland police and right-wing leader sow division

A community listening session is planned for the public Thursday night in the wake of texts exposing an officer's amicable relationship with the leader of a right-wing group.

Chicago Police Chief: Jussie Smollett faked attack 'to promote his career'

The Chicago Police Department alleged that "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett faked a hate crime to "promote his career" because he was unhappy with his salary and paid two men $3,500 in a "choreographed" attack. Smollett was arrested and charged with felony disorderly conduct for allegedly filing a false police report.

Jussie Smollett arrested for allegedly making up hate-crime attack

The actor's lawyers said he "enjoys the presumption of innocence," particularly in light of what they called leaks of "information, both true and false."