Freshawn Womack — the Little Rock saxophonist who blew minds at Won Run’s Arkansas Times Musician Showcase set earlier this year — is also the author and illustrator of a new graphic novel, “The Wood Witches,” and its theme of hitting “reset” on the world’s power structures couldn’t be more timely.
The governor's surprise change of plans to start school isn't sitting well with some school board members.
The King Biscuit Blues Festival, which won Best Live Music Festival in our 2020 Best of Arkansas poll, is postponed until next year.
ReMix Ideas’ online shopping event, Shop Black Live, goes live every weekend on Facebook, giving you a chance to acquaint yourself with the work of Black creators and entrepreneurs in Central Arkansas and elsewhere in the state.
Leslie Rutledge continues to wage war on poor people of Arkansas who need health care.
COVID-19 continues to soar in Arkansas, with more than 10 percent of those being tested testing positive for the virus.
David and Barbar Pryor test positive for coronavirus; David Pryor hospitalized but "responding well."
A former Eureka Springs judge is in the spotlight in a Reuters series about judicial misconduct.
The Game and Fish Commission is ready to resume face-to-face meetings in its buildings. With care.
No air show at LRAFB this year. Next one: 2022.
Lots of interest in four Little Rock city board seats.
Search on for new director.
Coronavirus today: The situation is not good. But the governor is still counting on good judgment, not mandates, on masks.
Sierra Club endorses Joyce Elliott. Naturally.
Execution now scheduled to occur Mobday unless U.S. Supreme Court intervenes.
Coronavirus and lots of it in today's news roundup. Also a lot of Walton cash for UA.
If you can't beat a pipeline buy it. Or so proposes Central Arkansas Water for a potentially problematic oil pipeline
CDC investigators have ripped Arkansas's COVID-19 response as inconsistent, misleading and worse.
New from Jane Mayer: Little Rock's Ronnie Cameron, Mountaire Poultry, Republican money, Trump deregulation
A Little Rock poultry tycoon with deep pockets for Republicans like Donald Trump and a religious conservative bent is explored in the new issue of New Yorker.
But he may yet bar new foreign students.
Republicans like controlling the election process and so they formed a committee to fight a couple of good government proposals.
Foundation money will create research institute with 20 faculty members.
City directors get an earful -- mostly negative -- about turning over parkland to a sports bar with lighted driving range.
Masks are now required in Little Rock School District
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