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Teachers and supporters demonstrate at Governor’s Mansion

Supporters of Little Rock teachers demonstrated at the Governor's Mansion tonight, but the record to date suggests state ears are deaf to teachers and the reality in the district.

Road cave-in at School for the Deaf may reveal burial

The cave-in has been covered and secured, archeologist Dr. Steven Beaupré of the Arkansas Archeological Survey, who has investigated the feature, said.

1,200-job expansion announced for DXC Technology in Conway

DXC Technologies, which operates a call center in Conway that serves various businesses and organizations including the Arkansas Medicaid program, announced an expansion in Conway this morning that it said would add 1,200 jobs.

Police release video of arrest of City Director Ken Richardson

Little Rock police yesterday released dash cam footage of the arrest of City Director Kenneth Richardson for obstructing governmental operations by refusing to leave the scene of an officer questioning a young black man at a shopping center.

'The Conversation' with Sarah Catherine Gutierrez

In this week’s edition of our podcast, “The Conversation,” host Matt Price interviews Aptus Financial, Sarah Catherine Gutierrez. They discuss her motivations and insight that led her to start Aptus Financial. Gutierrez's tells Price why the lion's share of their work with clients is around figuring out how to handle massive student loans. They also touch on how to make good financial decisions and making less decisions is probably the best approach.

Private prison project encounters questions in Drew and Bradley counties

The smell from South Arkansas is secretive dealing to use two counties as cutouts to operate a state prison run by a for-profit corporation.

Springdale's Lookadoo is 2020 teacher of the year

 Joel Lookadoo, a ninth-grade algebra teacher at Lakeside Junior High in Springdale has been chosen as the 2020 Arkansas teacher of the year.

Wednesday Plate Lunch at Loca Luna adds a Cajun Twist

Loca Luna’s award-winning plate lunches offer all the classics, plus unique weekly specials, like Wednesday’s Louisiana Pork Tamales.

Arkansas joins Facebook probe by 47 states

Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge has joined 46 other states in an investigation of potential antitrust violations by Facebook. The investigation is being led by the attorney general of New York.

Jacksonville police chief forced to resign

Jacksonville Police Chief John Franklin was forced to resign Tuesday.

Economics, women subject of major November conferences at Clinton Center

Big doings are scheduled at the Clinton Presidential Center in November -- conferences on economic development and women's issues

Ai Sushi I Chirashi Sushi Bowl- Hot Springs, Arkansas - FeastMode!

Sushi Chef Phin Liu shows us how he creates the Chirashi Sushi Bowl.

The continuing review of a Walton-funded 'school choice' foot soldier

Former newspaper reporter Cathy Frye has posted the seventh in her blog series on three years of employment at the Arkansas Public School Resource Center, a Walton- and taxpayer-backed charter school lobby.

Rogers doctor charged with overprescribing opiates

Western District U.S. Attorney Dak Kees has announced another indictment of an Arkansas doctor for overprescribing opiates.

West Memphis hires felon for community/business relations post

West Memphis Mayor Marco McClendon announced on the city website the hiring of Steven Jones as director of business and community relations for the city, but a recitation of Jones' background omitted one point — Jones' state employment and a resulting felony conviction.

Hunter Biden agrees to paternity test

Attorneys for Hunter Biden, son of the former vice president, said in a court filing in Batesville Monday that he agrees a DNA test is warranted in a paternity suit filed against him by an Independence County resident, Lunden Alexis Roberts.

Today's news: New jobs and same old terrible Trump

The video news roundup. Climax: impeachment heats up as Trump compares himself to a lynching victim.

Nate Powell made a Soophie Nun Squad family tree

The National Book Award-winning illustrator is, proudly, a co-founder of one of the most riotous and joyful performance art projects of Little Rock's musical history, Soophie Nun Squad (1992-2006), and he's documented the band's offshoots and collaborations in an elegant family tree.

Pope County Quorum Court fails to vote on repealing casino vote ordinance

Pope County's governing body fell a vote short of taking up a proposal to repeal an ordinance requiring a local vote before it could approve a casino permit application.

Lynching and Impeachment: Some history for Donald Trump

Donald Trump today compared the impeachment inquiry to a lynching and immediately drew swift condemnation for employing that racially charged word. Some history is in order.

Trump, private prisons and cops in today's video roundup

Republicans in Congress don't need no stinking laws or security. Today's video roundup starts there.

Another Democratic challenger announces for north Pulaski House seat

Jannie Cotton of Sherwood, retired chief executive of Professional Counseling Associates, will formally announce Thursday as a Democratic candidate for House District 41, currently held by Republican Rep. Karilyn Brown.

Rob Nelson, Owner/Chef at Tusk and Trotter in Bentonville

Rob Nelson talks about his journey from Northwest Arkansas to Colorado to France and back to Northwest Arkansas.

Joe Kennedy stands up for Arkansas

Joe Kennedy steps up for victims of the Medicaid work rule.
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