Should former U.S. Attorney Cody Hiland testify, he could be cross-examined by either of two assistant U.S. attorneys he formerly supervised, Patrick Harris and Julie Peters.
On this week's podcast, Max Brantley and Lindsey Millar talk about COVID-19 and the prohibition on mask mandates, a legal victory for transgender kids and teens and a new report that suggests a deeper reckoning is needed in the Arkansas Department of Transportation in the wake of the discovery of a crack in the Hernando DeSoto Bridge to Memphis.
The reopening of the I-40 bridge now seems likely to be pushed into August. Meanwhile, doesn't anybody care about revelations of broader responsibility for failed inspection work?
No thanks to Republican leadership, more people seem to think maybe this COVID-19 is a thing after all.
Almost 2,000 new cases and 21 more hospital beds taken by COVID-19 patients. But vaccinations are up sharply.
Don't cut trees on water utility property in Lake Maumelle watershed. Or you might wind up like Dennis Rainey,
Patients may have only one visitor per day.
Sarah Sanders will do nothing to encourage good public health to deal with COVID-19. She'll fit right in with other Arkansas political leaders.
Tom Cotton trolls for cash in Silicon Valley, home of Big Tech.
The Gilbert Baker bribery trial begins with the disclosure of potential witnesses.
Can public employees be arbitrarily fired for talking about racial matters. There are a couple of constitutional arguments against it,.
Republicans keep selling the fiction that income tax cuts pay for themselves. They never have. That's why candidates have few details to back up their promise of free beer tomorrow.
Neither the governor, legislature or men on the street give cause for optimism about Arkansas responding to the new surge in COVID-19.
The Little Rock School District Board on Thursday voted to pay all district employees who can show proof of vaccination a $300 one-time bonus. It also approved the LRSD's COVID-19 sick leave policy, which is similar to last year's, rather than a more punitive plan that had been floated before the third surge of the coronavirus in Arkansas.
He is to surrender Friday in district court.
The push begins for a half-billion-dollar spending plan.
Well, at least the Whitewater Tavern is reopening.
Mixed news, with another significant rise in new cases.
Through its 45-year history, it's stayed just the way we like it: crusty, unpretentious, sweetly familiar. And here’s the good news: After a year and change of being shuttered, the place looks largely the same ahead of its reopening.
School board members will discuss ways to encourage teachers and other school employees to get vaccinated.