The legislative news ranges from bad to terribly sad.
An Arkansas family prepares to flee the state to protect their transgender son.
A slow Monday, both in new cases and shots.
House defeats more disclosure of spending on appellate court races.
The former leader of the Quapaw Nation faces criminal and civil complaints for embezzling millions from the tribe's casino operations, which include a casino in Pine Bluff.
A night with Trump doesn't come cheap, but it's avidly sought by Republicans like Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
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The legislature continues to consolidate its power and that of special interests.
Two more bills to chip away at elections in Arkansas.
One small step for tenants. Very small.
A voice for women's medical rights rarely heard at the Arkansas legislature.
Will changing control of the insurance board be a cure for rising health costs?
Not so many shots in the last 24 hours.
Of course Trump voters resist the COVID vaccine.
A commission to unify Arkansas? That's the aim of a bill to be discussed in a Senate committee Tuesday.
A royal funeral in the time of COVID.
The pandemic emergency, drag racing and a big tax plan might spur some discussion.
French Hills plays the role of NRA sympathizer in The Onion's lampoon of how gun defenders might react to the latest mass killing.
UA Little Rock wins grant to continue study of the aftermath of school desegregation on Little Rock development.
On this week's podcast, Max Brantley and Lindsey Millar talk about the Arkansas legislature's terrible final days.
The news roundup on a day without the legislature is still dominated by their misdeeds.