Help rises for a Jonesboro doctor working tor help virus victims whose home was destroyed in the Jonesboro tornado.
Health department head questions usefulness given COVID-19 infections in Arkansas.
The coronavirus count in Arkansas stood at midday Monday at 473 with seven deaths.
Highway Department hopes tax increase will provide $350 million more for $1 billion Little Rock freeway widening
The Arkansas HIghway Department has a bright idea: Use a new tax increase to widen the concrete ditch proposed through Little Rock to its full $1 billion glory.
Check out the (mostly) Little Rock outfit The Romany Rye on the new season of Netflix's "Ozark."
A Jonesboro tornado oddity was the strike of a parked freight train.
We talk with Matt White, co-owner of the storied White Water Tavern, about the bar's hiatus.
Property damage was huge from a tornado that hit Jonesboro, but closed shops may have spared lives.
Hundreds on the trailheads to Buffalo National River.
The EPA issues toilet flushing instructions.
State control of Little Rock is colonialism, Diane Ravitch writes.
What pandemic? Who needs health insurance? Attorney General Leslie Rutledge will forge ahead with her attack on Obamacare.
Today's video news roundup and open line. A little good news here and there.
Are people in Arkansas taking social distancing seriously? It depends.
As the coronavirus has spread across the United States and Arkansas has seen an increase in cases, I’ve been thinking of the rural people I grew up with in Johnson County and how they are dealing with COVID-19.
He admits the Republican Party depends on holding down voting.
But is it an accurate indication of the spread of the virus?
Amazon has leased an existing industrial building in Southwest Little Rock. Sounds like a new distribution center.
The Arkansas Repertory Theatre, already struggling to rebuild, can't overcome the new burden of the coronavirus crisis and has suspended all operations immediately.
Nominations welcome, but topping this will be difficult.
Late fees for car registration tags will be waived through April 16.
Little Rock's major hospitals have a collective "surge plan" and any child care operation the Little Rock School District develops for hospital workers would be staffed only with district employees who volunteer were among the topics discussed at the city's COVID-19 Task Force meeting on Monday.
Another new low for Donald Trump. And we ain't done yet.
Arkansas musicians and venue owners talk about the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the music industry.
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