Interwoven in the discussion between Clinton and preeminent scholar of the American South Dr. Angie Maxwell was humor, hope and dignity. If anyone entered with political worry, they left with pragmatic optimism.
Jesus and bottom surgery dominated the testimony Wednesday as attorneys for the state rolled out two formerly transgender people who described gender reassignment operations in graphic detail and said heavenly voices called them to return to the sexes of their birth.
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The Republican Party of Arkansas will vote on Saturday, Dec. 3, whether to endorse a rule change in hopes of spurring legislation that would shift Arkansas to a closed primary state.
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Mayor Frank Scott Jr. has named Assistant Chief Heath Helton as the new interim police chief. He said a permanent placement would be named in the next 60 days. Helton is the third interim chief following the departure of Keith Humphrey.
In less than two months, the death count for the 2022-2023 flu season matched last year's total. Health experts assume the high flu numbers will continue for weeks.
On Thanksgiving night, while the rest of us were digesting ghastly amounts of pecan pie or being forced to watch "one more" YouTube video of our cousin's baby's first four-wheeler ride, Sherwood native Alyssa Fawbush was watching herself on TV's "Wheel of Fortune," marveling at Vanna White's dress and raking in a few grand.
Judge reschedules trial for Jan. 6 defendant from Arkansas.
Twelve Republicans were among the 61 voting yes. No surprises that Sens. Tom Cotton and John Boozman were two of those 36 nays.