'Caught-red handed 'is how The Sun tabloid spun the story.
A quiet day, if you don't count hot legislative air.
A continuing trend downward in the number seriously ill, but another 1,500 new cases and 20 more deaths..
The debate continues, with lots of discussion today on splitting up Pulaski County and shifting some farm counties in the Delta to the 4th District.
Is it working? Does dosage make a difference? These are among the questions to be studied.
Negotiated guilty plea in case arising on flight from Charlotte to Little Rock.
Refugees expected to begin arriving in Central Arkansas in October.
Jonesboro council rejects a couple of resolutions empty of practical meaning, but laden with politics.
Applications must be filed by Sept. 30, with a final decision coming Oct. 12.
The virus, pet food, racism. That and more in the news roundup today.
KATV's owner hears from the African-American community about a joke that fell flat and broader concerns.
Suspect charged with first-degree murder.
Solid trends downward today in hospital cases.
New CEO follows in his father's footsteps.
Here come the gerrymanders: Splits of Pulaski County and a Democratic proposal to create a friendlier First District
Pulaski County figures promiinently in four new redistricting proposals.
Contrast and compare the Republican candidates. If you like horror movies.
A dog's life is good news for Arkansas.
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But city hall watchers expecting fireworks, or perhaps some sort of public discussion of the failed city sales tax vote or the turmoil surrounding Little Rock Police Chief Keith Humphrey, didn't get any of that Tuesday night from Mayor Frank Scott Jr. or any of the directors at the city board meeting.
A fire threatened multiple businesses on the city's southeast side.