Mayor Pete once spoke in Little Rock. I was there. Sorry. I didn't take notes.
Trump's allegation of Justice Department treason is nonsensical.
Attorney General Leslie Rutledge today issued a news release on the "vicious trend of vaping." She encouraged adults to be watchful and educate younger people about the dangers of e-cigarettes. Now she tells us.
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KSLA in Shreveport reports that Fonda Hawthorne, a former Democratic state legislator, was sentenced today in Little River Circuit Court to four months in prison for stealing money from the Little River Chamber of Commerce, which she once headed.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson has announced his new cabinet under his government reorganization plan. Few surprises.
The Arkansas Department of Transportation says Interstate 40 traffic will be delayed until 3 p.m. on account of a major accident near Forrest City. It involves trucks and cars and at least one fatality.
Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families notes a new study that found states that adopted the Medicaid expansion provided by Obamacare -- such as Arkansas -- have had greater improvement in the health of mothers and babies.
Mother Jones has compiled the comprehensive account of Mike Huckabee's political and legal fight to keep the public off the strip of beach in front of his $3 million home near Destin, Fla.
The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reported further today on Publisher Walter Hussman's plan to transition to a digital newspaper six days a week, with only the Sunday paper continuing to use ink and paper. The article left a couple of key questions unanswered.
Voters in the Jacksonville North Pulaski School District have approved a 13-year extension of 22.4 property tax mills devoted to debt service to finance school construction.