Fresh from a trip overseas to the Middle East, freshman 4th District Congressman Bruce Westerman sat spoke with Roby Brock about the Iran nuclear deal, as well as happenings back home in Arkansas's 4th District.

Black Hall of Fame Announces Inductees

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A cancer physician, a choreographer, a home-economics pioneer, and a NFL pro-bowler are among those named to the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame this year.

Spies Like Us...and Them

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Our history doctor, Bill Smith, says we shouldn't be shocked that international tensions ebb and flow because of spies. Everybody does and everybody always has done it.

MUSIC: "The Spy" by: The Doors

The Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department announces 27 projects, postponed earlier this year, will be let out for bids in October after Congress approves continuing funding for the federal highway trust fund. Early voting gets off to a rapid start on Fayetteville's non-discrimination ordinance, with more than 900 voting in the first day alone. The change of mascot at Fort Smith Southside garners another legal action, and a Fayetteville electronics company gets a multi-million dollar contract with the federal government.

The Fulbright Impact

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The first Fulbright scholarship was awarded nearly seventy years ago and at any time there are more than eight thousand scholars around the world conducting research and teaching.

MUSIC: "Conscience Walls" by: Fulbright Scholar

NSU Prepares for Football Season

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The Northeastern State University football team will begin its season tomorrow night at 6 p.m. when the RiverHawks face the Pittsburgh State University Gorillas.

Antoinette Grajeda

The newest exhibtion at 21C in Bentonville features the work the signature fabric and thread pieces of New Orleans-based artist Gina Phillips.

MUSIC: "Yester-me Yester-you Yesterday" by: Jennifer Rush

The University of Arkansas will present an evening of piano trios this Thursday, including Paul Schoenfield’s lively “Café Music.” The happy lilt and approachable melodies of this piece can put a smile on even the sourest of faces. So tune in to Wednesday’s show for a preview of “Café Music” that is sure to brighten your day!  

Jacqueline Froelich

Ozarks Community Hospital Health System operates 17 clinics and two hospitals from Springfield, Mo. to Gravette, Ark., providing critical and primary health care to hundreds of thousands of low-income Ozarkians. We talk with OCH System CEO Paul Taylor as well as with a spokesperson from Arkansas Center for Health Improvement.

MUSIC: "Emma Nutt" The Projects

Early voting on Fayetteville's non-discrimination ordinance begins today despite a lawsuit filed Monday in an attempt to block the election. The University of Arkansas instates a policy prohibiting use of drones or model airplanes on or over campus without prior written consent. Bentonville Public Schools gets a grant from the Walton Family Foundation to help further its Ignite Professional Studies Center, and the CEO of Van Buren-based USA Truck states his desire for all top executives to work from the company's Van Buren headquarters.

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