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LR family loses power a third time
One Little Rock family has lost power for a third time since the Christmas Day storm.
Power out for fewer than 5K in Ark. after storm
Fewer than 4,500 homes and businesses remain without power several days after a snowstorm blanketed central Arkansas with 10 inches of snow on Christmas Day.
Arkansans back in homes begin to clean up
The sound of chainsaws has become a normal tune for many central Arkansans over the past several days.
Mayor Stodola views damage from the air
Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola this morning toured by air the damage caused by the winter storm.
Storms leave trail of destruction
Thousands of people in Arkansas are still without power. Many Arkansans are cleaning up storm debris and making repairs after strong storms swept through the State Friday night and early Saturday morning.
Power crews battle icy roads, fallen trees
On Colonel Glenn Road, the trees and power lines were no match for the heavy snow and ice!
Entergy brings in 470 workers to aid restoration
Entergy Arkansas says it has brought in 470 additional workers to assist with power restoration after this week's storms and high winds.
Feds allow Entergy to buy Miss., Ark. power plants
Federal officials say Entergy Corp. can buy two power plants from KGen Power Corp. for $523 million, but say the antitrust investigation of Entergy is not over.
Thousands reinforcing power restoration crews
Thousands of workers from out of state are in Arkansas in support of efforts to restore power to all Arkansans.
Power outages statewide
Many Arkansas residents woke up this morning without power.
Power outage numbers now dropping more rapidly
The number of homes and businesses without power continues to drop as thousands of crews from 15 different states join restoration efforts.
SWEPCO starts operation of SW Ark. coal plant
Southwestern Electric Power Co. on Thursday began generating power at its $1.8 billion coal-fired plant in southwest Arkansas, a facility that spurred lawsuits from environmental groups until the sides settled after the company agreed to make concessions.
Southwest Power Pool to open $62 million facility
The Southwest Power Pool moves into its new West Little Rock building Friday. It'll allow workers to come together under one roof instead of three. The non-profit is also expanding by adding high paying jobs.
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