The news is good today, on the whole, but COVID-19 isn't going away.
Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance partners with three Central Arkansas restaurants on Plating Change initiative
The Plating Change initiative has also partnered with actor and North Little Rock native Mary Steenburgen and her husband, actor Ted Danson, who are both longtime supporters of the No Kid Hungry campaign to combat childhood hunger.
Fox News, with help from Mike Huckabee, fuels right-wing paranoia.
He helped make false claims available to minorities discriminated against in USDA farm programs.
Republican legislation aims to stifle talk of race, gender and other groups in public schools and colleges. It's unconstitutional, but, hey, this is Darkansas.
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.
Medical marijuana commission declares dispensary application process expired, leaving two licenses unawarded
The state medical marijuana commission voted unanimously Tuesday night to expire dispensary applications effective Jan. 9, leaving two of the state's 40 licenses unawarded.
Where there's a cash dole, there's Doyle Webb.
Rutledge finally acknowledges Joe Biden's presidency; another Arkansas Republican leader shows his rear
She should have kept her silence rather than exhibit her hypocrisy.
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,
The man who was killed reportedly opened fire on officers with a shotgun.
Work has halted on the Keystone XL pipeline, with pipe due to be supplied by a Little Rock manufacturer.
Home alcohol delivery and drink-selling excursion trains won favor in a Senate committee this morning.
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.
Arkansas Guard all fulfilled planned duties in Washington.
More pandemic fallout.
Clear eyes, full heart. Things can't help but get better.
The senator falls short of the mark with one constituent.
Lobbying effort fails, so far, for the confessed felon. But a Hot Springs Village resident made the list.
Hospital numbers are down, but deaths remain high. On a happier note, a good review for Baptist Health's vaccine work.
Let the gerrymanders begin!
A win for the environment; a loss for Attorney General Leslie Rutledge.
A quiet day at the Capitol, including on the Biden protest front, but the booze delivery bill cleared the Senate.
A single Trump supporter was standing watch at the Arkansas Capitol when Joe Biden became president.
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