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Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge has issued an “urgent warning” to Arkansans to be on alert for hacking and phishing attempts to obtain personal information caused by the Equifax criminal data breach revealed Sept. 7. Equifax, a consumer credit reporting agency based in Atlanta, Georgia, maintains information gathered from businesses which contract with the company to conduct consumer credit checks. As many as 1.2 million Arkansans may be affected by the breach.

The Copular Pronouns

Sep 19, 2017

Our Militant Grammarian is always finding a new term we haven't heard of before. Today she helps us understand copular pronouns.

Ahead of his recital at the University of Arkansas's Faulkner Performing Arts Center on September 21st, percussionist and Fayetteville native Aaron Ragsdale stopped by KUAF to discuss the diverse history of the percussive medium and his collaborations with fellow music professor and saxophonist Nathan Jorgensen.

Ozarks at Large for Monday, September 18, 2017

Sep 18, 2017

On today’s show, we see how a parking space is transformed to a park in downtown Fayetteville. Plus, we learn about an arts experience that’s beyond sitting and applauding. And, we get a quick catch-up on the long, long odds of Amazon locating in Arkansas, the financial ripple effects hurricanes have on Arkansas, and the next phase in advancing toward legal medical marijuana.

Friday, on opposite sides of Dickson Street, groups in Fayetteville challenged residents to think differently about our relationships with automobiles. A parking spot was transformed into a park and advocates for electric cars talked to people about the advantages of reducing carbon emissions.

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