On this week's podcast, Max Brantley and Lindsey Millar talk about the plan (or lack thereof) to reopen schools in the fall, Attorney General William Barr's appearance in Little Rock and the city of Little Rock and Top Golf.
Judge agrees with victim's family plea for a delay.
Mayor acknowledges a bar/driving range wasn't in War Memorial Park redevelopment plan, but claims it 'aligns' with it. Those involved disagree.
The mayor, through a spokesman, says a little about his surprise plan to turn a major chunk of War Memorial Park over to a sports bar along the lines of (and most likely) Topgolf.
Today's news with a special guest.
A new look in advertising is responsible for $511,000 of the expenses.
Coronavirus today: A visit to Sevier County brings another day with a big number of new cases.
Among talking points: While the number of minority students is increasing, the number of Black and Brown faculty is declining.
With speed limits rising on state highways, the State Police will be cracking down on speeders.
Nursing home magnate loses on finding a technicality to avoid state judgment.
Rep. Grant Hodges resigns from the House for job with Northwest Community College.