The open line includes news from Little Rock police of a homicide on Asher Avenue early this morning
UA Little Rock reports a continuing enrollment decline, which won't likely be helped by new competition from the UA's Fayetteville campus.
The latest Brett Kavanaugh story. It's about weird journalism and white male privilege.
The children of former Sen. Linda Collins, who are heirs to her estate, and her ex-husband, retired Judge Phil Smith, have reached a settlement of property division in her divorce, a contentious case that had drawn attention after Collins' slaying at her Pocahontas home.
Mark Berry of Ozark, a former adjutant general of the Arkansas National Guard, has announced as a Republican candidate for House District 82, currently held by Republican Rep. Sarah Capp, who's going to run instead this year for a district judgeship.
Today's news includes vaping, UA Little Rock, casinos and bad downtown development ideas.
Sen. Jim Hendren (R-Gravette), the leader of the Senate, says he'll try again to tax and regulate vaping.
A local broadcaster has bought the closed Stuttgart newspaper and says it will be reopened soon "in some fashion."
From Deadline today comes news that Ashlie Atkinson — a Little Rock native and Hendrix College grad who appeared in Spike Lee's "BlacKkKlansman" — will be cast on USA Network's "Mr. Robot."
The Democrat-Gazette today reports on the tax cut windfall existing Arkansas casinos are reaping from the casino gambling expansion amendment.