Ticketed and timed entry and a limit on people in the museums.
Curfew ends in Conway. Still awaiting word in Little Rock.
Tom Cotton's militaristic op-ed in the New York Times draw sharp criticism, including on the Times staff.
A fairly calm Friday but plenty more COVID-19 cases.
Coronavirus briefing today: Another big day with 358 new cases and a rising trend line. "We have work to do," the governor said.
Arkansas proudly announces a grant to spur data analytics research, a sign the governor says about the state's bold moves in the information age. Now if they could just fix their own computer systems.
UPDATE: Gov. Hutchinson discloses that 570 National Guard members have been activated for demonstration control
More than 500 members of the National Guard have been activated to prevent violence during demonstrations in Little Rock.
Little Rock native and hip-hop artist Solo Jaxon is finding himself behind the megaphone in Los Angeles demonstrations.
Coronavirus, curfew and Confederates on today's video news roundup.
D.C. Mayor wants Guard troops gone.
TRUMPIAN UPDATE: The I-30 concrete ditch builders' report: It's all good. Challengers have another view.
The state reluctantly files a status report on the 30 Cross concrete ditch through downtown Little Rock.
Little Rock School District Superintendent Mike Poore released a letter to LRSD parents yesterday about an "inappropriate social media post" by two Little Rock students without describing what made the post inappropriate. I've learned that it featured a white LRSD high school student in blackface and the caption, "I'm a nigger."
Harrison and Cabot, cities with overwhelmingly white populations and ugly racial histories, both held peaceful Black Lives Matter demonstrations Thursday.
A look at the likelihood of success in the prosecution of the police who participated in the death of George Floyd.
Five people employed by the Consulate of Mexico have tested positive for COVID-19 and are active cases.
An Alexander police offier was killed Wednesday evening at a home in the city but circumstances are unclear.
Little Rock curfew news coming this afternoon; North Little Rock has already announced its curfew has expired
Little Rock curfew news coming at 1 p.m.
Virus hampered signature gathering.
Athletes at ASU and UA test positive for COVID-19. Not a surprise, both schools say.
Ebony Blevins covered last night's peaceful demonstration at the State Capitol for the Arkansas Times. The event ended before Little Rock's 8 p.m. curfew.
Well the night wasn't wholly without incident.
Kat Wilson's Quarantine Habitats project extends the invitation to anyone with a camera to view themselves in a new light through the composition of a self-portrait in an intimate space.
Wilie Mae Harris is free after 34 years in prison.
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