An in-person graduation is planned, but nothing else.
Fatal shootings, disappointing politicians and more in today's roundup.
The numbers look good. If you trust the numbers.
Surprise. It's easier for white men that minorities are women to finance small businesses.
Arkansas Marijuana Card and its affiliate companies across the country have helped more than 70,000 patients obtain their medical marijuana card nationwide, with clinics in Ohio, Missouri, West Virginia, Virginia and Louisiana. Here's a quick rundown of how to get your Arkansas medical marijuana card.
Stephens and Ford backers likely should produce a good cash haul for Sarah Huckabee Sanders. But will she speak?
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The third time was the charm for an appropriation that had run into trouble because of unhappiness about state economic development work in China.
Both the shooter and the victim involved in the incident at Watson Chapel Junior High this morning are 15 years old.
Shooting came during response to a burglary report near Ozark.
An incentive to work for better insurance is the cornerstone of the plan, but details remains hazy.
A marijuana transaction Sunday led to a shooting that has proved fatal.
If Biden is for you, Cotton is against you. Simple as that.
It's a landslide for Sarah Huckabee Sanders. Not the good kind.
CPAC crowd unmoved by Tom Cotton in presidential polling for 2024
A correction in COVID numbers so far raises more questions than answers.
Damage extensive, about a 70 percent loss, fire chief says.
Arkansas isn't doing enough to get people vaccinated against COVID-19. Vaccine supply is no longer an issue.
A Rockefeller Foundation report on race and gender disparity in small business lending will be released today.
Meanwhile, a breakdown of total adult vaccination rates by county showed stark disparities across the state. Franklin County and Cleveland County have provided at least one dose to almost 19.8% of people ages 16 and up. The lowest rates were in Miller County, at 3.8%, and Hempstead County, at 6.6%.
Encouraging increase in vaccinations.