Rooftop standoff

The Sentinel-Record/Steven Mross Hot Springs firefighters and police use a ladder truck to remove Landon Kyle Davis, 20, from the roof of the LifeNet building in the 200 block of Ouachita Avenue Saturday evening following ...

Honey harvest

The Sentinel-Record/Grace Brown Darrell Pounders with the Greater Hot Springs Beekeepers Club pulls a honey tray from one of the many hives in his Slovenian style bee house recently. Although he is allergic to bees ...

Trump hits links, tweets before Putin meeting

TURNBERRY, Scotland -- Two days before a high-stakes summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, President Donald Trump played golf and tweeted Saturday from one of his namesake resorts, blaming his predecessor for Russian election meddling ...

Despite detente, sanctions on North Korea fan TB epidemic

PYONGYANG, North Korea -- Doctor O Yong Il swings open a glass door with a bright orange biohazard sign and gestures to the machine he hoped would revolutionize his life's work. It's called the GeneXpert and it's about the size of a household microwave oven. As chief of North Korea's National Tuberculosis Reference Laboratory, Dr. O saw it as a godsend.

As World Cup ends, Russia faces uncertain legacy

YEKATERINBURG, Russia -- The massive scaffolding seating structures soaring out of each end of Yekaterinburg Arena were built to show Russia was serious about saving money. At the end of the World Cup, the temporary stands symbolize the problems with the tournament's legacy.