A bridge, a virus, vote suppression and crime on today's news roundup.
The COVID count jumped sharply today.
Governors discuss I-40 bridge repair work in Memphis. Timeline remains elusive, but repairs likely to take months.
Resssurances but few specifics on a timeline marked today's briefing on the I-40 bridge.
Three-week trial in offing in bribery case.
The Natural State remains at the bottom of the list for most things, but ranks near the top for violence. Too bad lawmakers were too busy hating on transgender children to do anything about it. Priorities.
Payroll Protection Program fraud included bogus small farms.
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The terrible legislative session did some of its worst damage in aiming to make it harder to vote.
A belated blast at the NCAA's empty defense of a minority group.
Lots of news today, including acknowledgment of highway department failures in bridge inspection.
A slow start to the week in all categories.
Republican candidates are in dreamland when they talk about eliminating the income tax.
Bridge inspector fired for missing I-40 fracture in 2019 and 2020. Timeline still unclear on repairs.
Arrested and handcuffed for speaking past a two-minute limit. Welcome to the Arkansas legislature as led by Rep. Jack Ladyman.
Stop shaming workers and look deeper at why people are reluctant to return to low-pay, bad-hour, poor-benefit jobs with crappy employers.
77 positions will be eliminated, but only five firings will be required.
Mississippi law banning most abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy will be reviewed.
It would appear Trump voters resist getting vaccinated.
Rhino calf expected in November.
The Republican field for lieutenant governor grows in an inauspicious way.