Garner proposes to strip state economic development spending in China

Trent Garner still hating on China.

Court of Appeals upholds dismissal of Josh Duggar's lawsuit over release of molestation report

Josh Duggar loses again in lawsuit over release of records relarted to molestation of his sisters.

The evening update: Another big jump in virus cases

Virus count nears 1,000.

Bakers, take note: Art Is In Cakes selling pantry staples curbside

Add Art Is In Cakes to the list of non-big box grocery options in Little Rock.

No fishing, turkey hunting in Buffalo River wildlife area

Fishing and turkey hunting are suspended for the time being in the Buffalo River wildlife area.

Fort Smith temple vandalized

A vandal was arrested while smashing statuary at a Lao temple in Fort Smith.

Good news for a change in the daily video: The Amazon project at port

Good news in the daily roundup! And the line is open.

Little Rock Air Force Base requires face masks

Masks are part of the uniform now at LRAFB.

Arkansas provides a hospital bed for Louisiana patient

VA hospital takes in patient from New Orleans, not a virus case.

Appeals court upholds Texas' back-door ban on abortion during coronavirus crisis

Another setback for abortion rights in Texas and the Arkansas attorney general is cheering the loss of women's medical rights there. Arkansas? Funny you should ask,

Kentucky governor thins prison population to stem COVID-19 infections

Governor Hutchinson will not.

Mountain Home gets Sunday alcohol sales April 19

Sunday alcohol sales set in Mountain Home.

Arkansas closes in on 1,000 COVID-19 cases

More to come.

Arkansas will not go back to school this year, but alternative instruction will continue

No, regular school won't resume in Arkansas April 17, but teaching will continue in some fashion.

Russellville group parties at home of virus victim

Russellville officials alarmed by discovery of party held in home of virus sufferer.

Allen Kerr joins something resembling an insurance company, but isn't

Allen Kerr is back in something resembling the insurance business.

School's out: The daily news roundup and open line

The daily news roundup and open line.

Where students can get free meals in Little Rock this week

The Little Rock School District, along with a host of partners, is working hard to ensure that free meals are available to all students, regardless of whether they attend public, private or charter schools.

The Arkansas legislature meets at noon

The legislature convenes today for a speedy legislative session. Will it prove open to making it easier to vote in November if the virus still rages?

UPDATE: Has Asa Hutchinson outlawed abortion in Arkansas? It appears not.

Did a new executive order by Gov. Asa Hutchinson end abortions in Arkansas? A senator thinks so.

Joyce Elliott: She took the test. It came back negative

Sen. Joyce Elliott talks about being tested (negative) for coronavirus.

Last responders: Central Arkansas funeral homes and coroners prepare for a rising death toll

Arkansas funeral home staff and coroners' offices prepare for a rising death count.
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Supreme Court issues new guidelines for child support payments

The Arkansas Supreme has adoped new guidelines for setting child support in divorce cases.

Lawsuit filing: What exactly are state's intentions on I-30 project?

A federal court filing suggests the state is playing games to work around a financial challenge to its desired billion-dollar concrete ditch through Little Rock.