Down somewhat it seems.
The FBI is tracking anyone with a cell phone near the Capitol Jan. 6, but apparently isn't interested in the Arkansas trooper who was using her phone to video the crowd that eventually broke into the Capitol.
The vetting of presidential candidate Tom Cotton begins,.
OK, the State Police finally admits, maybe our troopers DID go to the Capitol. But nothing to see here. That is all.
No bail for Conway man accused of beating D.C. cop. Too dangerous, judge rules.
On this week's podcast, Max Brantley and Lindsey Millar talk about the inauguration Joe Biden, Arkansas political odds and ends and the latest COVID-19 news.
No serious injuries reported.
Little Rock Police Department responds unapologetically to prosecutor unhappy with chief's comment on loitering prosecutions
Police respond to prosecutor's unhappiness at criticism of his handling of loitering cases. Doesn't look like an apology to me.
Lacking a top-down plan from the federal or state government, school districts in Arkansas have to vie for their own vaccine sources from the limited number of pharmacies and hospitals that have them.
The news roundup isn't entirely bad today. So there's that