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The Ozarks (also referred to as Ozarks Mountain Country, the Ozark Mountains or the Ozark Plateau) is a physiographic, geologic, and cultural highland region of the central United States. It covers much of the southern half of Missouri and an extensive portion of northwest and north central Arkansas. The region also extends westward into extreme southeast Kansas and northeastern Oklahoma.


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News from the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

A Conway woman crashed and flipped her car Friday while on her way to lunch in Little Rock.


Showers and thunderstorms are expected for much of the state Friday through Sunday, forecasters say.


HOT SPRINGS Oaklawn Park says it will raise purses for live thoroughbred racing for the seventh consecutive year.


The city of Little Rock has received a temporary injunction from Pulaski County Circuit Judge Timothy Fox to close Willow Creek Apartments, saying it has committed more than 250 municipal code violati...


HOT SPRINGS Entergy Arkansas says the annual drawdowns of water levels in Lake Hamilton and Lake Catherine will begin Nov. 1.


Little Rock police are investigating after crews responding to a house fire found the bodies of a man and a woman early Friday morning.


FORT SMITH A Whirlpool spokesman says a toxic chemical found in the groundwater of a Fort Smith Boys & Girls Club does not pose a health risk.


LITTLE ROCK Little Rock authorities say three sculptures worth $30,000 have been stolen from Riverfront Park.


For a long time, engineers have made medical devices, said Ashok Saxena, head of the University of Arkansas at Fayettevilles Department of Biomedical Engineering.


A chance of rain this weekend likely won't deter too many Arkansans from enjoying the three-day Labor Day holiday weekend that traditionally marks the close of summer.


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