Ho hum. says the legislature. My constituents are corporate titans, not school teachers.
What doctor who's expert in difficult pregnancies would want to practice in Arkansas?
A typical Sunday.
Tom Cotton and John Boozman vote to help diabetics lower the cost of insulin? No way.
Little Rock City Hall squeaky wheel's FOI request for mayor gets some grease -- records on pay and expense account spending
A threat of prosecution is followed by belated production of records about Mayor Frank Scott's pay and expense acccount spending.
The coming legislative sesson: The Billionaires Bonanza signals the end of the progressive income tax in Arkansas
The coming legislative session is a Billionaire Bonanza and the end of progressive taxation in Arkansas.
Officers shot man they say cut them with razors. None believed seriously wounded.
The line is open.
The high demand makes sense, considering the ongoing summer spike in infection rates and the first day of school for most students in the city coming around in a couple of weeks. Anyone unswayed by the health threat might have been enticed by the $50 gift cards that came with each shot, paid for by federal pandemic relief funds.
Race develops for another Board incumbent.