Fayetteville native Caleb Smith has a long essay on Tom Cotton's new book, "Sacred Duty: A Soldier’s Tour at Arlington National Cemetery," in the Los Angeles Review of Books.
On the agenda at next Tuesday's Little Rock city board meeting: A proposed ordinance that would allow patrons of River Market establishments to carry open containers of alcoholic beverages outside at certain times.
Stay cool, it's hot out there. Over to you.
The city of Little Rock has released the results of an informal survey asking Little Rock how they'd like to see former golf courses at Hindman and War Memorial repurposed: walking and biking trails led the way.
The Wall Street Journal's Jason Gay travels to Bentonville to bike around with brothers Tom and Steuart Walton, the Walmart heirs who are pouring money into bike trails and cultural initiatives in Northwest Arkansas.
Former NFL offensive lineman Mitch Petrus, who played his college ball for the Arkansas Razorbacks, died of an apparent heatstroke last night at Baptists Health Medical Center in North Little Rock.
Trump administration argues that disastrous implementation of Arkansas work requirements shows value of "experiments"
The latest filings in the legal dispute over Medicaid work requirements again highlighted the catastrophic implementation of the program in Arkansas.
From Monday, July 8 through Saturday, July 13, downtown Little Rock was filled with American Taekwondo Association students of all ages decked out in their signature white uniforms — called a "dobok" — at the 2019 ATA Worlds Expo, hosted at the Statehouse Convention Center. The Times caught up with a few attendees to learn more about the sport, and we walked away with the knowledge that taekwondo is not just for some, but for all.
Nitin Agarwal, professor of information sciences at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, has been awarded a $2.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense to work on tracking online threats.
It’s summer, and the only thing to do now is wait, and digest all the recruiting and preseason football and basketball news that comes to the fore.
State police release additional information on Stone County shooting that left sheriff's deputy dead
More information from the Arkansas State Police on yesterday's Stone County shooting, during which a sheriff's deputy was killed: The deceased suspect has been identified as Samuel Fullerton. He was 39. Ericka Johnson, 32, suffered a non-life threatening wound.