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Police log

Jan. 8 Boondocks Pool Hall, 1331 Airport Road., reported a theft of food. Walmart Neighborhood Market, 1544 Malvern Ave., reported a theft of store merchandise.

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Rolling down

My'teshja Tash, 10, of Hot Springs, plays carpetball Tuesday at the Boys & Girls Club of Hot Springs.

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Main breaks

City employees work to repair a 12-inch water main that ruptured on Seventh Street near the intersection with St. Louis Street on Monday. A spokeswoman said Hot Springs Municipal Utilities received notice of the break at around 3 a.m. Monday.

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Sheriff's log

Jan. 5 Andrew Davis reported a theft of tools from 952 Thornton Ferry Road. Jan. 6 Tammy Triolo reported a burglary at 36 Perralena Way. Missing was a television.

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Police log

Jan. 5 Julia Jordan reported a burglary at 222 Pleasant Valley St. Missing were a DVD player, television and speaker. Derrel James reported a theft of a red GMC at 100 Omega St.

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Local man allegedly threatens deputies

A Lonsdale man was arrested on a felony charge Sunday night after he allegedly threatened Garland County sheriff's deputies who came to his residence to investigate multiple 911 calls of shots fired in the area.

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UAMS to lay off 258, cut 600 jobs, amid $30 million shortfall

LITTLE ROCK-- The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences said Monday that it can no longer depend on its reserves to pull it through budget shortfalls and was laying off 258 people, including some doctors and faculty members, to address a $30 million hole in its $1.5 billion budget. Another 350 jobs will remain unfilled.

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