Inside ARHOME, the state’s new vision for Medicaid expansion

With Medicaid work requirements a nonstarter for the Biden administration, Arkansas officials are planning big changes to the Medicaid expansion program. But key details of the proposal remain vague.

Executive power? What's that, says the Arkansas legislature

The Arkansas legislature prepares to do battle with presidential executive authority.

City board to add dates for outdoor drinks, dining in Hillcrest, SOMA

Entertainment districts and police staffing are on the Little Rock City Board agenda next week.

Another account of expensive Trump administration corruption, including the eternal pursuit of Hillary's e-mails

Taxpayers paid for a legal vendetta by the now-departed boss of Voice of America, NPR reports.

Tim Griffin, a former Trump opponent, adds Donald Trump to his list of endorsements

Did Trump forget, or not know, that Liddle Tim once endorsed Liddle Marco?

What the seditionists in Congress said on social media. Rick Crawford said plenty.

What they tweeted: A compilation of social media by congressmen who tried to block Joe Biden's election.

AEV Solar sweepstakes: win a $20,000 Tesla solar panel system!

For the past several years, solar has been growing at an astonishing pace here in Arkansas. As more and more homeowners are asking, “Why now? Does solar make sense for me?” AEV Solar is here to answer. Energy is your second biggest expense, behind only the mortgage on your property.

Ready to flex your maker muscles? Work Out at the Scott Family Amazeum in Bentonville

Flex your maker muscles this spring and summer at the Scott Sponsored Amazeum in Bentonville with a new program for adults and teens. What are maker muscles? You’ve had them since childhood, and like most muscles, they don’t get enough exercise. We’re talking about creativity and curiosity.

Supreme Court to hear arguments in challenge of governor's emergency powers

Lawsuit over governor's pandemic powers will get full argument from Supreme Court,.

All residents OK after fire at World Services for the Blind, but they must relocate temporarily

A fire broke out shortly after 3 p.m. on Thursday afternoon on the campus of World Services for the Blind, located at 2811 Fair Park Boulevard in Little Rock.

Coronavirus today: The number hospitalized continues to drop, but a rise in new cases today

One key indicator continues to drop.

Today's news: Mostly quiet

The Friday news roundup.

Suicide ends investigation of presidential threat in Cleburne County

He proclaimed he was "Q."

Black sororities and fraternities working to get people into the vaccination line

Black sororities and fraternities have joined in an effort to improve access to COVID-19 vaccines.

The Vaccine Showdown Edition

On this week's podcast, Max Brantley and Lindsey Millar discuss the latest from the legislature, a vaccine showdown between Governor Hutchinson and the Arkansas Supreme Court and Alice Walton's coming med school in Northwest Arkansas.

Can Little Rock get its school district back?

Monday could be a critical day in that struggle.