Fort Smith businessman to complete the late Joe Morgan's term.
Audit rates corporate welfare programs a plus.
Proposed amendment would finish the job started by 13th amendment.
He has the order reversed.
With the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations reaching a record high this week, Governor Hutchinson has requested that the Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System open up 10 beds at its Little Rock hospital to nonveteran COVID patients.
Talk is cheap, but that's mostly what the governor has to offer on deepending COVID-19 crisis.
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Governor Hutchinson added a briefing to his once-a-week schedule. News: a one-day record for new cases.
So where do you stand in line for the COVID-19 vaccine. A ways back even for people like me.
He was returned to the hospital for treatment of the wound.
On the COVID front: A call for action by politicians and death in a Conway church hit hard by the virus
A retired health official suggests more sacrifices are necesary to battle COVID and a Conway church suffers a coronavirus outbreak.
Little Rock Airport wins a challenge of property tax assessment. About $400,000 at issue.
No retreat from the existing dual standard for amendments referred to voters.
Chancellor Dr. Cam Patterson says capacity is all right for now but "is not infinite. Every day, we become more and more concerned about our ability to manage what lies ahead."
Another big day.
Cancer claims one of the zoo's three lions.
They add to state charges.
Enrollment begins tomorrow trial of drug delivering monoclonal antibodies.
Lots of virus cases, lots in the hospital, lots more signs that the worst isn't over.
The Thanksgiving cases appear to be arriving,
A 35-year police veterans he was 62.