In this episode of ArkanTalk, Jamee McAdoo discusses the importance of diversity in the Miss Arkansas pageant system, equity in the Little Rock School District and insight into creative spaces for Gen Z.
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The ballot snafu in Jefferson County has prompted the Arkansas Democratic Party to call for a statewide ballot review.
Today's news: Coronavirus, presidential politics, mayoral protection.
A pre-trial hearing today for Rebecca O'Donnell, charged with capital murder in the slaying of former Sen. Linda Collins, mostly dealt with procedural issues.
Amy Klobuchar schedules another Arkansas stop and picks up endorsements here.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson and other state officials offered a briefing this morning on the state's preparation to deal with the coronavirus.
The group seeking to preserve a new state law that expanded eye surgery ability for optometrists has filed another lawsuit attempting to kill a referendum aimed at scrapping the law.
Little Rock police are seeking help to find a suspect in a hit-and-run accident Feb. 10 on Asher Avenue that fatally injured Anthony Stewart.
The state Racing Commission will meet at 10:30 a.m.. Wednesday, March 4, to consider the Cherokee Nation's request to open the door to consideration of its application to operate a casino in Pope County.
Education Secretary Johnny Key, who acts as the Little Rock School District's school board while the LRSD is under state takeover, has approved new LRSD school board election zones. The concept key approved is based on existing election precincts. It was recommended by the LRSD Community Advisory Board meeting Feb. 20.
When Arkansas educators speak, they don’t just speak for themselves. They speak on behalf of the students they teach and the families they represent. Too often, however, their voices are ignored. In Little Rock, educators have let us know that they are tired of being silenced and undermined. To them and to educators across the state, we say: Joe Biden hears you loud and clear, and a vote for him is a vote to support public schools and the educators that make them great.
The new security detail for the Little Rock mayor cost the city more than $326,000 in its first eight months.
More questions for Jefferson County Election Commission Chair Stu Soffer on screwed-up ballots in a state Senate district. Also, the Democratic Party has called for his resignation.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson will talk about coronavirus today. Will science or Trump messaging prevail?
Tyson Foods is outsourcing tech services and that will mean the loss of hundreds of company jobs.
The state Department of Health has begun working to adapt its pandemic flu response strategies to the virus, COVID-19.
State Rep. Denise Ennett on stronger neighborhoods, affordable housing and tenants’ rights.
This Tweet from KARK's Susan El Khoury indicates a race is missing from some Democratic primary ballots in Jefferson County and a meeting of the Election Commission is set.
Play at home, while fishing a burning-hot shell casing out of your bra.
Voting for Elizabeth Warren felt like a statement about who we are, who I am. She makes me want to stand taller and speak more clearly and not shrink myself to make others feel comfortable.