A couple more. Is Asa’s strategy working or what.?
A burst hot water pipe in the Walker Tower ruined sterile supplies.
The numbers mount in Little Rock and Southwest High won't have regular classes through Oct. 30.
Wendell Griffen refuses to have a capital case reassigned from his court on account of a 2017 Arkansas Supreme Court order. Here we go againl
Know them by their money: Campaign finance reports show a clear choice in one Little Rock School Board race.
Few campaign reports are available so far for local offices on today's deadline, but I call attention to one School Board race where the choice is clear,.
As of Oct. 17, 134 children in Arkansas had been hospitalized with COVID-19, according to the Fay Boozman College of Public Health of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
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Today's news roundup and open line: The COVID situation is grim and the governor's response is a Revolutionary War quote
Damn the torpedoes. Or something like that. This COVID situation is not good.
Coronavirus today: The governor said he's prepared to fight the rise in coronavirus, but not with any additional government actions.
A man who died in Arkansas in 2012 has been identified as the killer of a 5-year-old girl abducted in Montana in 1974.
Arkansas is a leader in a bad category -- hopsitalization rate. And unless attitudes change, it's going to get worse.
What a contrast between hypocritical attack ads that people like the governor refuse to repudiate and Joyce Elliott's message of hope.
UPDATE: Conservative judicial activism is already at work and the new 6-3 Republican U.S. Supreme Court is scarier still
Are they preparing to intervene to give Donald Trump an election assist?
Two students tested positive and many other students and staff are in quarantine.
Surgeon General Gregory Bledsoe and five members of his family have tested positive for COVID-19.
A deep look at the peril tenants in Arkansas face because of the country's one-of-a-kind criminal eviction law.
Evictions in Arkansas can snowball from criminal charges to arrests to jail time because of a 119-year-old law that mostly impacts female, Black and low-income renters. Even prosecutors have called it unconstitutional.
Today's news: Looks like it could be a long, hard winter for illness.
Coronavirus today: The Monday dip in new cases, but the death and hospitalization counts continue to rise
The hospitalization rate climbs ever higher.
Federal judge denies suit seeking protection for absentee votes against signature mismatch decisions
No help for this election.