Arkansas Razorbacks

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Bud Campbell was one of the most familiar faces, and voices, in Arkansas for two decades. We conclude our salute to the broadcaster with archives from the David and Barbara Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History.

Top news for a Friday includes almost 13,000 new virus cases in Arkansas, Rogers schools pivoting because of staff shortages and a first-ever gymnastics meet in Bud Walton Arena.

Arkansas recorded nearly 11,000 new cases of COVID-19, a new single-day record. Also in the news: Arkansas' senior US Senator defends the filibuster and the Razorback men's basketball team gets a big victory.

Today's news includes a familiar refrain: increases in new and active cases of COVID-19 in Arkansas. Plus a special election field is set and the final AP football poll is released.

A new week begins with virus cases rising in Arkansas, a proposed state budget from Governor Asa Hutchinson and an Arkansas women's basketball win over Missouri.

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For 20 years Bud Campbell was one of the most familiar figures in Arkansas. This week's offering of archives from the David and Barbara Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History reminds us of his versatility.

A special session of the Arkansas Legislature is underway...COVID-19 cases continue to mount in Arkansas...the first postseason in nearly a decade ends for the Razorback volleyball team.

Our post-Thanksgiving week starts with new cases of COVID-19 counted, billions of dollars headed to Arkansas for infrastructure work and a post-season bid for Razorback volleyball.

Our show starts with a week-to-week increase in Arkansans fully immunized and new cases, a downtick in Arkansas unemployment numbers, and a first-ever trip to the Elite Eight for Arkansas soccer.

At the top of our midweek show, Attorney General Leslie Rutledge has withdrawn from the governor's race and is now running for lieutentant governor in a crowded field, Arkansas Children's Research Institute will join in a consortium to study pediatric long COVID, and the Razorbacks basketball squads open their seasons.

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