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Trent Garner proposes to erode private business powers

For Trent Garner, vaccine resistance is more important than normally hallowed business rights.

State survey continues to find favor for school districts with mask rules

Wear a mask. It appears to help.

"Pro-life" doesn't mean what Arkansas lawmakers think it means

A Southern Baptist contemplates the meaning of "pro-life" and determines that many Arkansas politicians who claim the label simply don't deserve it.

Redistricting discussions continue: Consensus not evident yet

To split or not to split counties. That question dominated a committee hearing on congressional redistricting.

Tom Cotton meets up with a real soldier

Sneering Tom Cotton gets schooled by his military better.

Ouachita deputy shoots man armed with shotgun

Suspect wounded after confronting deputies with shotgun.

Arkansas Repertory Theatre gives a free performance of "The Fantasticks" at Murray Park

To conclude its 2021 “Rep Outdoors” series and usher in an official return to the theater next season, The Rep offers a one-night-only, outdoor, free performance of Tom Jones/Harvey Schmidt's musical "The Fantasticks" at Murray Park 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 3.

Razorback fans take to Twitter to clown on Texas after Hogs defeat Texas A&M

The post-game memes poured into Razorbacks Twitter and Reddit.

Press Waffle Co. opens in SoMa

The restaurant specializes in customizable authentic Belgian Liège waffles made from dough as opposed to batter. The specialty waffles include sweet and savory varieties. "The House" waffle is topped with fresh cut strawberries, cookie butter, Nutella and house-made whipped cream.

The governor and coronavirus today: Booster shots, improving COVID numbers and legislative topics

The governor cheers vaccinations, but says he's not ready to call a special session on an income tax cut.

Ballet Arkansas gives free performance at Southwest Community Center in October

“Movement in the Parks ensures all within our community have access to world-class dance performances in stunning outdoor settings, free of charge,” said Michael Fothergill, Ballet Arkansas’s executive and artistic director.

Coronavirus today: The decline continues

Hospital census continues to fall.

Judge refuses to dismiss suit over Attorney General Leslie Rutledge's spending on ads, out-of-state lawsuits

The attorney general must defend against claim that she spent public money improperly to advance her political career.

Legal arguments due today in school mask case. Will public health or politicians' power prevail?

Parents of school kids versus politicians argue before the Arkansas Supreme Court (also politicians, by the way).

Today's news: COVID capers

The news is slim today.

Today's news: COVID, Congress, tax cuts

The legislature slouches toward Little Rock. Little good can come of it.

Shot requirements are legal because, well, other people have rights, too

Another court sides with health over the tyrants.

Arkansas lawmakers spit and bluster over federal vaccine rules they can do nothing about

Arkansas legislators bristle against life-saving federal vaccine regulations, while an anti-science nursing student wisely contemplates a career change.

Seis Puentes holds Hispanic Heritage Month Art & Food Festival this weekend

Ballet Quetzalli, Oscar Gomez, Mariachi Arrieros, DJ Miguel Gomez and more.
Image of 1600 Rock Street in Little Rock

Pettaway neighborhood on Quapaw Quarter Association's Tour of Homes this weekend

The historic Pettaway neighborhood in downtown Little Rock is the focus of the Quapaw Quarter Association's 56th Tour of Homes this weekend.

The deadly Republican campaign against vaccination

Better red and dead.That seems to be the Republican COVID political theme.

Potluck Food Rescue parties with a mission at The Rail Yard Thursday night

Potluck Food Rescue, a group that rescues food that would otherwise be thrown away and redirects it to a network of community food programs, is throwing its annual fundraiser at The Rail Yard Thursday evening, with dinner, beer, wine and live music from The Hounds.

A tax cut windfall for millionaires introduced today

Soak the poor is the order of the day.

Jesse Gibson promises to go after social media companies as attorney general

Can an Arkansas attorney general stop the lying on Facebook? Jesse Gibson says he'll try.
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