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Our news today includes Arkansas hospitals continue to experience a surge of COVID-19 patients. Plus the observations connected to Arkansas and the National Day of Racial Healing.

The top of our show includes the latest regarding COVID-19 in Arkansas. Tests were down this weekend, but hospitalizations are up. Also: money for bridges in Arkansas.

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.

The top news across Arkansas continues to be the latest surge of COVID-19 cases. Hospitals have more patients and more school districts are in higher infection zones.

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.

The show starts with another Arkansas record for virus cases, more schools adopting mask mandates, early voting in a special election and an addition to the 2022 AMP season.

Our first show back after a holiday break includes another single-day rise in COVID-19 in Arkansas, Dr. Joe Thompson's plea for schools to take virus precautions, and a new look for the XNA brand.

At the top of our midweek show, nearly 800 newly diagnosed cases of COVID-19 in the state in the last 24 hours, there will be a runoff for the GOP nomination for State Senate seat seven, and two teams from the Federal Emergency Management Agency are to begin assessing damage today in northeast Arkansas from last weekend’s devastating tornadoes.

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