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Q. Where can I find recent newspaper stories?

Answered By: Beth Juhl
Last Updated: Aug 17, 2016     Views: 30

A number of our databases include recent newspaper articles.

QuickSearch includes full-text newspaper stories from a number of library databases.  "Newspaper articles" is a format filter in QuickSearch. 

America's News offers hundreds of recent newspapers from state across the country. This database includes the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

ProQuest Newsstream includes the full text of more than 1300 newspapers, magazines, wire services, and blogs. Includes important national papers such as the New York Times (1980-), Boston Globe (1997-), Chicago Tribune (1996-), Los Angeles Times (1985-), Washington Post (1987-), and the Wall Street Journal (1984-).

Lexis Nexis Academic has hundreds of U.S. and international newspapers, in addition to broadcast transcripts and wire services. The New York Times (1980-present), Washington Post (1977-present), and the Times of London (1985-present) are all available in Lexis Nexis Academic. To search a particular newspaper, use the "Sources" list.

Ebsco Newspaper Source offers recent articles from almost 200 newspapers, including selected articles from the Daily Oklahoman and Dallas Morning News.

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