U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton continues to land network airtime to espouse views even more extreme than those of Donald Trumop, today on abortion.
Another reminder of the tobacco lobby trickery that went into legislation to support a cancer research institute at UAMS.
With the open line, news of arrest in the shooting death of a child and a DWI arrest of the governor's son.
The Atlantic examines the populist roots of the ballot initiative in Arkansas and features a Little Rock lawyer who's made such initiatives his "hobby," David Couch.
The Russellville City Council defeated Thursday, in a 4-4 tie, approval of a medical marijuana dispensary, with Mayor Richard Harris refusing to cast a tie-breaking vote,
Did the publisher of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette signal the death knell of a daily print newspaper in a letter to readers today?
Max and Lindsey discuss the ongoing city of Little Rock budget fight, the Arkansas Arts Center's fundraising announcement and Pulaski County Courthouse power plays.
Here's the daily video news roundup. Also the open line.
A child was fatally shot today at a west Little Rock apartment.
The Democratic-controlled U.S. House today passed legislation to expand the federal civil rights act to include sexual orientation and gender identity. Arkansas Republicans said no.
The Arkansas Legislative Council this morning refused to "review," or signal its support for, a contract with an Indiana company to operate five youth prisons.
Least surprising news of the day: Little Rock Mayor Frank Scott Jr. has hired his friend and campaign adviser Charles Blake as chief of staff.