We learn about one U of A researcher who is looking into ways to recycle body heat into electricity. We also speak with the two lead actors in Mamma Mia, and we hear how a new effort in Washington County aims to reduce victimization of elders in the area.

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Doctoral student Gregory Forcherio is working on developing new materials that could take wasted heat energy and convert it into something useful. Long term, the technology could result in body heat being used to power wearable electronics. 

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Even though Arkansas is somewhat home turf for the Clinton campaign, supporters of Bernie Sanders are working hard in Arkansas.

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The touring production of Mamma Mia opened last night in Fayetteville, and we talked to the two leads about the production.

The Washington County Senior and Law Enforcement Together Council, referred to as SALT is organizing to help reduce elder victimization. Those interested in joining or making a donation to the new non-profit group can contact the Washington County Sheriff's Department at 1155 W. Clydesdale Ave., Fayetteville, AR 72701 or call 479-571-2920.