Arkansas Reporter

What to expect from the 92nd Arkansas General Assembly

Tax cuts for the richest Arkansans top the agenda for the ledge.

Capi Peck’s “eternal optimism” for the future of Little Rock

City Director Capi Peck, who represents West Little Rock’s Ward 4, wants to consider a change in the way the board is elected, as does Mayor Frank Scott. But unlike Scott, who wants to eliminate the election of at-large directors to the board, Peck would like to seek a blended ward structure and term limits for directors.

Kathy Webb wants to talk about the ‘good things’ happening in Little Rock

As Kathy Webb enters her fifth year as Ward 3 city director her priorities include improving public safety; working to reduce poverty, hunger and homelessness; and making Little Rock a more sustainable city. One of Webb’s greatest concerns is the way in which the public image of the Little Rock School District impacts its students and teachers.

What Leila Dockery learned during her three-year journey walking every street in Little Rock

Leila Dockery, 62, recently completed a three-year walking journey during which she walked every street in every neighborhood in Little Rock. And she's got a map to prove it.

'Meant to be' at Lucie's Place

Rev. Johnette Fitzjohn succeeds founder Penelope Poppers as executive director.

The Little Rock mayoral run-off between Kurrus and Scott

The election is Dec. 4.

Is Arkansas's work requirement rule working?

Federal Medicaid agency says Arkansas needs better plan to evaluate work requirement.

Vincent Tolliver: running a 'people's campaign

The Little Rock mayoral candidate wants to move Little Rock's City Hall away from operating like a 'private club.'

Glen Schwarz: a part-time mayor

That's the perennial candidate's goal.

Mental health cuts stir controversy

But the DHS says changes won't reduce access to care.

Banking for all in Arkansas

With a new effort to reach the unbanked, Southern Bancorp CEO Darrin Williams' Big Idea comes to life.

Work requirement bars over 4,000 from receiving Medicaid coverage

In the first round of coverage losses.

Sixty years ago, Little Rock closed all its public high schools rather than desegregate them

The tossed year.

Rusty Cranford's tainted contributions

The man in the middle of a massive public corruption probe gave money to dozens of Arkansas lawmakers.

Hep A still spreading

All residents of Greene County should be vaccinated, health department says.

Majority: Red-light 30 Crossing

But ARDOT's project to widen the interstate is preordained, some believe.

Gone fishin' – but not forgotten

Glory Boats are caskets for outdoorsmen.

Party with the stars

At Best of Arkansas: Hollywood Nights.

A deeper dive into a wider 30

A look at ARDOT's environmental report.

Game and Fish ponders banning turtle harvest

Suspends licensing on importing venomous snakes.