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Arkansas coronavirus news & updates
Info from local authorities
Another big jump in coronavirus cases and deaths. The governor hopes the trend will level out some day.
Today's video and open line.
On Saturday, May 30, hundreds gathered in late afternoon to march along Little Rock's Capitol Avenue downtown in protest of the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer. The three young organizers of the peaceful march said they wanted to provide a healthy means of expression for a community reeling in the wake of yet another instance of a white police officer killing an unarmed black man.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson's daily coronavirus briefing was more bad news: 375 new cases, a record for a single day.
Money is flowing in Arkansas better than expected during the virus downtown.
A New York Times article illustrating divergent national experiences with the pandemic uses Arkansas as an example of the down side.
Cops and coronavirus. Protests and counter-protests. It's in today's news.
Demonstrations against police brutality upstaged Gov. Asa Hutchinson's daily coronavirus briefing. But, again, COVID-19 cases are piling up.
After nights of disturbances, Mayor Frank Scott Jr. has reinstated Little Rock's curfew.