40/29 reports that a Bentonville police officer killed the suspected robber of a convenience store last night.
Legal wranging over a Pope County casino includes a hearing Monday on a request for assessment of attorney fees against casino opponents.
Might the hunt for a Hog football coach lead to a new way of paying the head coach -- big incentives for winning, rather than a buyout for losing?
Today's news roundup includes schools, appeals court decisions and crime.
The open line plus a little football.
The U.S. House today passed a restoration of the Voting Rights Act, 228-187. All Arkansans opposed it.
Motive remains unclear this morning in the fatal shooting of a Fayetteville police officer outside police headquarters shortly before he was to go on duty about 9:40 p.m. Saturday night. Officers responding to the shooting shot and killed the suspect shortly afterward.
Max Brantley and Lindsey Millar discuss an eventful week for the Little Rock School District, the latest in Linda Collins murder case and the latest in the Hunter Biden adoption case.
Mike Huckabee's thin skin has now made him a national laughingstock.
The Arkansas State University Board today approved a merger with Henderson State University.
In this episode of ArkanTalk, Jimmy interviews local award winning photographer Jen Missouri about her passions, growing up in Arkansas and her thoughts on the blossoming photography industry.
The Saline Courier reports that members of the UA Little Rock advisory board for the Benton campus believe the Benton campus will close in June.
U.S. Attorney Cody Hiland has announced charges against six people for defrauding $11.5 million from a program meant to compensate black, Hispanic and female farmers who'd been victims of discrimination.
Prizes awarded for high scores on advanced placement test for computer science.