Ozarks At Large

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On today's edition of Ozarks, the state of Arkansas executes its first inmate in over a decade. Plus, U of A students organize a March for Science. 

Arkansas Performs Execution

Apr 21, 2017

For the first time since 2005 the state of Arkansas executed a prisoner.

Courtesy: March for Science NWA

Two University of Arkansas students and lab partners are behind the March for Science that will be taking place in Fayetteville this Saturday. Zachary Renfro and Brayley Gattis say they wanted to start a conversation about how science impacts our daily lives and why it is important to keep funding the EPA, NASA and NIH.

This week Senator Tom Cotton talked with Roby Brock from our partner Talk Business and Politics about the first few months of the Donald Trump presidency.

The Northwest Arkansas Democratic Black Caucus is five years old, hosting a banquet for education this weekend and growing according to the organization's president.

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