We hear how some providers of end-of-life care in northwest Arkansas are beginning to offer hospice services for children. Also, we learn about how some in Bentonville are getting fit this week, and we get the latest poll numbers regarding several issues in Arkansas, including medical marijuana.

A bank based in Mulberry is under possession of the Arkansas State Bank Department.

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Numbers from a new poll conducted by Talk Business and Politics and Hendrix College shows Donald Trump's lead in Arkansas growing.

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When we think of hospice, we envision frail elders and terminally ill adults. But as Jacqueline Froelich reports, Circle of Life Hospice and other free-standing end-of-life health care facilities are increasingly working with infants, children, and teens.

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During Bentonville Fitness Week, participants can try indoor cycling, yoga, Pilates or Crossfit for $5 a class. Organizers hope this will help inspire women to get physically fit. 

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Journalists in northwest Arkansas will be on stage in Rogers this weekend.  The annual Gridiron Show pokes fun at local and national news.

Molly Rector, a student in the Program of Creative Writing and Translation at the University of Arkansas, reads and discusses her poem titled "Portrait Of My Twin".

"With its radiant orchestral colouring, striking ideas and clarity of form, the Fourth Symphony is perhaps the friendliest introduction to Bruckner's musical world." said Andrew Huth in the liner notes about Symphony No. 4. This symphony was nicknamed  Romantic, a title the composer himself used, to suggest knights, fair ladies and medieval castles in its its imagery. Tune in from 8 to 10 p.m. to hear Bruckner's Symphony No. 4 and other full symphonic works in their entirety as the #SundaySymphony tradition continues. 

Governor Asa Hutchinson is asking the U.S. Department of Agriculture for a disaster declaration in counties that were flooded with rain earlier this year.

Roby Brock of Talk Business & Politics sits down with Skip Rutherford, dean of the Clinton School of Public Service, and former state representative John Burris to get some insight into the Presidential race as it enters the home stretch.

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