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Live Inauguration Coverage from Region 8 News

As President-elect Barack Obama is sworn in as the nation's first black President and 44th President of the United States, Region 8 News gives you a seat at the table of history.

From now until 4 p.m., we'll have live coverage on KAIT-TV from ABC News of the proceedings.

This coverage is also available on kait8.com's homepage, where we will stream live coverage from ABC News from now until 4 p.m.

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  • Flood damage trying patience of residents

    Flood damage trying patience of residents

    Thursday, May 25 2017 9:53 PM EDT2017-05-26 01:53:28 GMT
    Flood damage caused some area roads to close. (Source: KAIT)Flood damage caused some area roads to close. (Source: KAIT)

    The road to recovery from flooding earlier this month in Randolph County may be tedious and test the patience of area residents.

    The road to recovery from flooding earlier this month in Randolph County may be tedious and test the patience of area residents.

  • Information crucial in flood damage reports

    Information crucial in flood damage reports

    Thursday, May 25 2017 9:29 PM EDT2017-05-26 01:29:35 GMT
    (Source: Arkansas Department of Emergency Management via Facebook)(Source: Arkansas Department of Emergency Management via Facebook)

    People who have been impacted by flooding should provide as much information as possible in order to receive assistance for the damage, officials with the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management said Thursday. 

    People who have been impacted by flooding should provide as much information as possible in order to receive assistance for the damage, officials with the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management said Thursday. 

  • County steps up recycling program

    County steps up recycling program

    Thursday, May 25 2017 8:29 PM EDT2017-05-26 00:29:11 GMT
    (Source: KAIT-TV)(Source: KAIT-TV)

    Independence County's recycling program is costing the county thousands of dollars.

    According to Judge Robert Griffin of Independence County, they're burning more hydrocarbons traveling through remote areas than what they're saving through recycling. 

    Independence County's recycling program is costing the county thousands of dollars.

    According to Judge Robert Griffin of Independence County, they're burning more hydrocarbons traveling through remote areas than what they're saving through recycling. 
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