Jones, 44, said he wants to rebuild infrastructure, invest in health care and education and create more and better jobs.
ACLU asks court to stop law.
The news includes a daily dose of racism from Arkansas senators who denied such a thing exists in these United States.
Governor touts change to expanded Medicaid coverage program; forms cyber security group; notes another rise in COVID cases.
Governor Hutchinson's weekly briefing covered rising COVID cases, a new Medicaid program and cyber security.
Renaissance man Chris Jones aims to add "governor" to his already outlandishly accomplished resume. Jones, 44, will officially announce his candidacy in his native Pine Bluff this afternoon. Check out his video.
It t’s time to plan your trip to Hot Springs. Picking the things to see and do in the Spa City is so easy; the only hard part is fitting it all in.
Little Rock's first pro-built urban mountain bike park opens to the public Thursday. The new trails are in River Mountain Park, just west of I-430, above the Little Maumelle River Boat Launch and the Little Rock side of the Two Rivers Park Bridge.
Another violent night in the capital.
The virus isn't over and there are causes for concern, medical authorities say.
Racial demagoguery led by U.S. senators from Arkansas gets a return blast from creator of the 1619 Project.
He'll announce today in his hometown of Pine Bluff.
Walmart talks a good equality game but its political money supports people who don’t.
A look at new state statues
Two officers were hospitalized after a man with a pipe attacked Hoxie police this morning. He was subdued, but not before taking one officer's gun and firing it.
The Flag Day news roundup.
No break in the usual pattern today.
The arrests cover 78 felony charges.
ACLU hopes for quick order to stop new Arkansas abortion ban.
Judge indicates reluctance on Gilbert Baker's proposal for jury questions and instructions in his bribery trial
Judge has reservations on defense ideas on limits on jury in the Gilbert Baker bribery trial.