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Daily Newscast for Wednesday, May 15, 2024

Here's the latest local and regional news from the Little Rock Public Radio Newsroom for Wednesday, May 15, 2024.

- A legislative panel asked questions Tuesday about the production of a show filmed inside a Pulaski County jail

- Pulaski County Judge Barry Hyde delivered a State of the County address Tuesday

- Uncertainty continues over a proposed monument to the unborn at the Arkansas Capitol

- A group has formed in opposition to a proposal to repeal a casino license in Pope County

- Walmart said in a statement it is cutting hundreds of its corporate jobs

- A new development called Providence Park will provide permanent housing to those experiencing chronic homelessness

- Arkansas Children's Hospital has received a $1-million donation

Listen to live newscasts from Little Rock Public Radio each weekday during NPR's Morning Edition from 6 to 9 a.m., during All Things Considered from 4 to 6 p.m., and online at littlerockpublicradio.org.

Nathan Treece is a reporter and local host of NPR's Morning Edition for Little Rock Public Radio.