The news roundup: Trump, storms, Hillary, Hogs.
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A Democrat will challenge Republican Rep. Jim Dotson of Bentonville.
Pro Publica has updated its reporting on sums paid to doctors by drug companies and medical device makers in consulting and speaking fees and other payments. A database shows payments in Arkanas.
One death and widespread damage reported in Arkansas Sunday night from a line of thunderstorms.
Donald Trump has given up for once in face of outcry over sending government business to himself.
The Hillary email scandal? There was no there there.
More today on a familiar theme: The impact of the Walton fortune on real public schools, a subject of importance in Little Rock, as I wrote yesterday. Education politics in Louisiana and the national movement to privatize schools.
The Pope County Quorum Court will consider an ordinance at 5 p.m. Monday to repeal the 2018 voter-approved ordinance that required a county vote before county officials could approve a casino proposal in the county.
Arkansas Times editors Max Brantley and Lindsey Millar talk judges, dog racing, schools and feral hogs.
It was a long-time coming, but American astronauts today completed the first all-female spacewalk.
Terrors of Trump and Walton money dominate today's news video.
It was evident again yesterday that the Walton Family Foundation is a major driver of the effort to damage the Little Rock School District and, particularly, the Little Rock Education Association
Little Rock District Judge Melanie Martin, who handles criminal cases, is beginning a mental health court to clear misdemeanor records after successful treatment.
The current provost has recommended as the next chancelllor at UA Monticello.
An uptick in Arkansas unemployment.
In a day of Trump outrages, a smaller one is the sharpest illustration of his lawlessness and greed.
The Little Rock School District Community Advisory Board, an unelected board with no real power, made recommendations Thursday to Education Secretary Johnny Key on the composition of a Personnel Policy Committee, an advisory body made up of teachers and administrators that will also have no real power.
The State Police says one person was killed in a reported exchange of gunfire with an Arkansas state trooper near Warren.
Today's video news roundup starts with dogs and ends with Donald.
Opponents of forced religion in schools got a bit of a victory last week when the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal of a 4th Circuit decision that allowed a lawsuit to proceed against a West Virginia school district over an optional Bible course.