Ozarks At Large

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We hear from U.S. Senator John Boozman about how to address the Syrian refugee crisis amid terror attacks in Europe, we learn about a new book that chronicles more than a century of history at the University of Arkansas, and we speak with comedian Eddie Izzard prior to his performance in Fort Smith.

An effort to have both members of a married couple, who happen to be of the same sex, on the birth certificate of their child is in limbo.

MUSIC: "Honey Bee" Muddy Waters

Arkansas' senior senator, Republican John Boozman, wants changes in the process to allow Syrian refugees into the country. He is seeking a second term in the United States Senate.

Economic Attitudes in Arkansas

Nov 25, 2015

Arkansans are cautious when it comes to the state's economic future.

MUSIC: "General Relativity" Joseph Farrell

Jacqueline Froelich

The Beaver Watershed Alliance, a clean water group based in Springdale, is working to establish a sustainable voluntary watershed protection fund in collaboration with water districts.

MUSIC: "Hung Over" The Martinis