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Little Rock's first pro-built, urban mountain bike trails nearing completion

Mid-June is the target for Rock Solid Trail Contracting to finish work on approximately 11 miles of new trails in River Mountain Park, above the Little Maumelle River Boat Launch and the Little Rock side of the Two Rivers Park Bridge.

Federal court in Little Rock prepares to reopen

Federal courts in the Eastern District of Arkansas are about to resume jury trials.

At-large LR director Phillips pens open letter to residents, shares poll results on tax proposal

At-large Little Rock Director Antwan Phillips has shared an open letter to city residents on the sales tax increase proposal before the board. Along with the letter (and perhaps the real purpose of the letter), Phillips has appended the results of a poll conducted by Little Rock's inVeritas Research and Consulting on behalf of the Arkansas Zoo Foundation that suggests that voters are in favor of the tax increase.

Hutchinson directs Arkansas to end extra federal unemployment assistance

Asa proves as cruel as the governor of Montana.

Open the court, Judge Fox

Open the court up judge. Re casino permit hearing.

Coronavirus today: 225 more cases

A 6 percent positive test rate reflected in latest numbers.

UPDATE II: Judge Fox tells newspaper seeking court access to stick it

MYOB, judge declares.,

Today's news topped by Asa's Friday evening dump on the jobless of Arkansas

A slow day until the governor announced his punishment of the jobless in Arkansas.

The Duggar case: Writer finds lessons about their brand of religion and the failings of others, including courts

A sexual assault victim evaluates the handling of Josh Duggar's case and the culture that spawned it.
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Capital Hotel and Capital Bar & Grill reopening Mon. May 17

After being shuttered for over a year due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Capital Hotel is reopening along with the Capital Bar & Grill on Mon. May 17.

Images of child sex abuse detailed during Josh Duggar's bond hearing UPDATE

Sexual abuse of toddlers was depicted on images Josh Duggar is accused of downloading and possessing.

Blue Hog puts Bob Ballinger under the financial microscope; has questions

Blue Hog Report thinks he's found problems with Sen. Bob Ballinger's campaign finance reports and will ask the Ethics Commission to take a look.

The Looking To Elections Edition

On this week's podcast, Max Brantley and Lindsey Millar talk about the Little Rock sales tax proposal; the Arkansas Supreme Court, the state Plant Board and dicamba; new candidates for state office; and more.

Chiropractic clinics sued over alleged dumping of patient files

Files discovered in park near Mayflower.

Why do Republican politicians oppose 'critical race theory'? Simple: they prefer history through a white filter

Critical race theory critics, such as Tom Cotton, like the white version of history. After all, that's what they were taught.

UPDATE: The dicamba battle rolls on with Supreme Court decisions, legislative hearing today

The Arkansas Supreme Court upends the state Plant Board amid dicamba rule-making by holding nine members weren't legally appointed. A controversial dicamba rule change also won legislative approval.
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Local superhero ShadowVision vows to take down the Little Rock slasher

A mysterious character is stepping forward to restore hope and security on crime-riddled streets.

BrunchFest pass now available to benefit Centers for Youth and Families

The Emerging Leaders, a young professionals group supporting Arkansas’s oldest nonprofit, Centers for Youth and Families, has adapted its annual BrunchFest to BrunchFest Passes that contain coupons to more than 30 area eateries.

Justice grinds slowly but nears the beginning of the end for Gilbert Baker

Eight years after the events began, a jury trial is set over a bribery case against a former Republican party chair turned lobbyist.

Coronavirus today: 188 new cases

The new COVID case count dips, as do shots.

The Republican assault on voting and democracy in general

The Republican Party not only wants to restrict voting, it wants to restrict what people can vote on.

Today's news: COVID and pigweed and child sex abuse

The news roundup ranges far afield, so to speak.

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Simply join Saracen Casino Resort's FREE Q-Club in the month of May and play to win a new brand-new Mercedes A-Class from Mercedes-Benz of Little Rock. As a Q-Club member, you have the chance to win your share of up to $85,000 in prizes including the Mercedes A-Class. The more you play, the more chances you have to win.
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