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Past articles by Shea:

6 killed, 7 injured in I-40 bus crash identified

Arkansas State Police on Friday released the names of the six passengers killed Nov. 6 when a charter motor coach slammed into an interstate overpass in North Little Rock. → Read More

Former deputy guilty of abuse of public trust

A former Saline County sheriff's office employee pleaded guilty Thursday morning to one count of abuse of public trust. → Read More

Complaint filed over 911 records in hot-car death of judge's son

A Little Rock lawyer has filed an Arkansas Freedom of Information Act complaint against Hot Springs Police Chief David Flory, saying 911 recordings in the July 24 death of a judge's son in Hot Springs are public records and should be released. → Read More

Vets home to receive tenants in '16, VA says

The Central Arkansas Veterans Home under construction in North Little Rock plans to welcome its first residents before the end of 2016, the state's top veterans affairs official said Tuesday. → Read More

Lawmen trace online threat, make 1 arrest

A North Little Rock man was arrested Monday morning in connection with a social-media post he made threatening to carry out a mass shooting before he died, police said. → Read More

Daughter asks board to spare mother's killer

The daughter of a 1993 murder victim told the Arkansas Parole Board on Thursday afternoon that she wanted the life of her mother's killer spared. → Read More

Judge tosses housing agency's bid in records dispute

A judge on Tuesday dismissed a complaint by Little Rock's Metropolitan Housing Alliance against the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette seeking a declaratory judgment in a dispute with the newspaper over document requests. → Read More

Three killed in traffic accidents on highways across Arkansas

A Dardanelle man was killed after being thrown from his motorcycle in a Sunday evening wreck in Logan County, Arkansas State Police said. → Read More

PHOTOS: On a stick or at a show, delights return another year to State Fair

Pat's Kitchen in North Little Rock unveiled at last year's Arkansas State Fair and Livestock Show a fried concoction consisting of spaghetti and meatballs on a stick. → Read More

Film seeks to preserve stories of Italian POW camp in state

Lt. Antonio Bizio fell in love from behind rows of barbed-wire fence, thousands of miles away from his Italian homeland and his future bride, whom he'd never met. → Read More

Fifth-graders' tour opens eyes to career opportunities at FBI

Kennedy Carpenter is considering being an author or artist when she grows up. → Read More

Pedestrian, two cyclists die on state's roadways

Three Arkansans were killed in three separate accidents on state roadways Saturday and Sunday, Arkansas State Police said. → Read More

Repairs, rehab get Steinway back on its feet, ready to play

The 1927 Steinway and Sons grand piano was nearing junk status. → Read More

Some state higher-ed schools revise gun policies

A new state law has prompted several public higher-education institutions to amend their weapons policies to allow concealed-carry permit holders to carry concealed handguns in their vehicles in school parking lots. → Read More

Four killed, four hurt in weekend accidents around state

A wrong-way, head-on collision early Sunday morning on Interstate 530 in southern Pulaski County killed three people and injured four more, Arkansas State Police reported. → Read More

Mom: Guilty of death in forest

A Greenwood woman pleaded guilty Friday morning to manslaughter in the July 2014 death of her 10-month-old son in the Ouachita Mountains. → Read More

Police talk man off LR bridge

The Main Street Bridge between Little Rock and North Little Rock was closed for more than three hours Tuesday as police negotiated with a barefoot homeless man threatening to jump. → Read More

County's crops feed economic recovery

The busy season has returned to Arkansas County, where fields planted in the spring are golden yellow as the county's staple crop -- rice -- is ready for harvest. → Read More

Road group lets fuel-tax bump reach the table

A group asked by Gov. Asa Hutchinson to develop options for new sources of state money for road and bridge construction is examining a preliminary proposal that would include a tax increase on motor fuel. → Read More

University voids degree of Suggs, ex-school chief

The doctoral degree of a former Little Rock School District superintendent has been revoked by an Indiana university, meaning the district is no longer obligated to continue making payments on a nearly $250,000 settlement with him. → Read More