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Elections matter: See a list of Joe Biden's likely first executive orders

The cleanup begins.

Leslie Rutledge a loser in Trump fight to protect polluting power plants

A win for the environment; a loss for Attorney General Leslie Rutledge.
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Change possible in Pulaski County Election Commission membership

Change coming to Pulaski County Election Commission membership, or so a County Republican Committee agenda indicates.

Little Rock board approves revised scooter ordinance

The Little Rock Board of Directors approved a revised ordinance on dockless electric scooters at its Tuesday meeting. The board also approved a resolution to target development money in East, South and Southwest Little Rock, but consideration of the resolution was marred by procedural bickering and tension along racial lines, echoing contentious meetings of the recent past.

State Police reviewing an officer's shooting of Perry County man

The man who was killed reportedly opened fire on officers with a shotgun.

Doyle Webb goes on the attorney general's payroll at $150,000 a year

Where there's a cash dole, there's Doyle Webb.

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'Stand your ground' bill clears Senate

It took state senators less than an hour on Tuesday to pass a “stand your ground” bill that would allow Arkansans to kill if they feel threatened, even if they could safely escape.

Dallas man pleads in defrauding program meant to assist black, Hispanic farmers

He helped make false claims available to minorities discriminated against in USDA farm programs.

The waiting-for-the-pardons roundup and open line

Going, going, but not yet gone. The last hours of Trump and the first of Biden in the news roundup.

Coronavirus today: Improving numbers on new cases, some improvement in vaccine delivery

The weekly briefing focused on vaccinations, but there was modest good news on the growth in cases.
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Rutledge gets out in front of legislative redistricting process UPDATE

Let the gerrymanders begin!

Boozman and the Capitol 'incident'

The senator falls short of the mark with one constituent.

Little Rock waives fines for expired mobile home permits

More pandemic fallout.

Home alcohol delivery approved in Senate committee

Home alcohol delivery and drink-selling excursion trains won favor in a Senate committee this morning.
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State issues abbreviated school 'report cards,' thankfully missing flawed test component for one year only

Thank the pandemic for one thing: No misleading single-letter grades for schools based on discredited standardized testibg,

King Holiday or no, there's news to round up. The line is open.

In the news: Look who's talking unity? The party of Trump and white nationalism.

UPDATE: Coronavirus today: Downturn in new cases continues

The new case count continues a recent downturn.

Fifty-two Arkansas schools to receive $500 school garden grants

Grants in the amount of $500 are to be awarded to each of 52 Arkansas schools for creation or expansion of a school garden.

Former Gov. Mike Huckabee to resettle on five-acre property west of Little Rock

Mike and Janet Huckabee's new home is a $1.7 million spread in the country.

The Keystone pipeline: A Biden decision with implications in Little Rock

Joe Biden's promise to revoke pipeline permit has implications for Little Rock.
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