Sarah Sanders sets foot in Arkansas.
First-person accounts of hospital experiences with COVID might make holdouts rethink vaccine resistance. Maybe.
Report says hospitals to move to required vaccination for staff.
It's time for action. Will the governor do so?
Legal sword rattling continues from Tom Mars.
The news is COVID and the question is whether the growing crisis will bring state action.
City Hall sits on public information, but an attorney for unhappy police officers manages to get a little.
The continued rise in cases may be behind a just-announced news conference by the governor on Thursday.
Tom Cotton will even go to the hated Left Coast for cash.
Dicamba claims an ironic victim --gravesite of a dedicated environmentalist and Arkansas legend.
The more you know.
UA Board rubberstamps recommendation to make little change in recognition of Fulbright on Fayetteville campus.
A civil suit adds to claims against family alleged to have misrepresented adopted son as terminally ill.
UPDATE: Gilbert Baker trial: Attorney says Supreme Court justice implicated by Maggio. He testifies he lowered judgment to get campaign cash
Michael Maggio is to testify today and he may be asked about reference to his reported attempt to implicate Supreme Court justice in the scheme to which he pleaded guilty.
All lanes to be open by Aug. 6. Or that is the plan.
Faculty survey: Democrat-Gazette publisher's 'values' rejected as standard for journalism school named for him
Democrat-Gazette publisher gets another knock from faculty at UNC school named for him after promised gift.
How bad is the COVID situation in Arkansas? Not bad enough yet to grow spines in legislative 'leadership'
How bad does it have to get for official action in Arkansas? How many must die?
You’ve heard about the pandemic-inspired surge in home construction and renovation, but what about the treehouse boom? Natural State Treehouses, the 10-year-old Fayetteville-based speciality contractor, has never been busier, owner Josh Hart said.
Tom Mars rattles a legal sword to spur state action. So far, it hasn't brought progress.
Arkansas Supreme Court Justice Rhonda Wood testified Tuesday that she never talked with former Circuit Judge Michael Maggio about his decision to alter a jury’s award in a nursing home negligence case in 2013 — a ruling that led to Maggio’s imprisonment and to federal bribery charges against former lobbyist Gilbert Baker.