Believe it or not, Arkansas once set a precedent for gun control.
Refunds could be coming to Arkansas, too.
No word today from the Senate on a review of what is believed to be allegations of cheating on expense accounts.
Federal damage suit filed over shooting death in Lonoke County.
The bottom line of the news roundup remains the same: Frogmarch Donald Trump!
Frogmarch them all.
The numbers today are not good.
Jeremiah Story was killed while booking a drug suspect.
Court strips meaningful remedy for criminal suspects who haven't been informed of their rights.
Damien Echols loses bid for DNA testing of evidence from West Memphis murder investigation. He'll appeal.
The decision will be appealed.
The New York ruling likely means little in Arkansas, already effectively open to guns in almost all settings.
No one is talking as members of a state Senate committee go into their second day of a secret meeting about ethics complaints.
Justices send a message to judge about allowing only vaccinated jurors.
Supreme Court rejects suit seeking armed access to Little Rock City Hall by concealed weapon permit holder
Enhanced concealed carry permit holder blocked for now from taking a gun into Little Rock City Hall.
How NRA pointman Jay Dickey came to change his mind about the value of research into gun safety.
Suspect apparently shot jailer.
A busy news day, mostly of the not-so-good variety.
A documentary filmmaker lays bare the dangerous and sweeping implications of a court ruling protecting Arkansas's law to punish people who won't pledge not to boycott Israel.
Today's trend is up.
Robert Baysinger, who’d already managed to live down that murder case enough to serve as a justice of the peace, lost to Tony Horton.