The city has, largely in secret, fast-tracked a deal to put a Topgolf bar and high-tech driving range on 18 acres on War Memorial Park. It's an outrage.
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.
Is it possible COVID-19 patients will fill the ICUs in Arkansas?
Business lobbyists form committee to make it hard for the people to petition for changes in government. They say they are "protecting" the people.
Judge agrees with victim's family plea for a delay.
William Barr joined the governor and two Republican members of Congress for a press briefing at the Governor's Mansion today. Familiar talking points.
But virtual 2nd Friday events go, and an in-person show opens at The New Gallery.
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.
Manslaughter charge filed in shooting at Alexander home.
Rep. Grant Hodges resigns from the House for job with Northwest Community College.
El Dorado native Qui Nguyen talks about his theater, playwriting and screenwriting career with Murphy Arts District tomorrow morning via Facebook Live.
Nursing home magnate loses on finding a technicality to avoid state judgment.
Coronavirus today: A near record number of new cases but the state is forging ahead with reopening schools on-site.
With speed limits rising on state highways, the State Police will be cracking down on speeders.
Is the cancel culture that Tom Cotton decries at work?
Today's news roundup and open line.
Among talking points: While the number of minority students is increasing, the number of Black and Brown faculty is declining.
Supreme Court keeps open a prosecutor's attempt to see Donald Trump's tax records.
UA Little Rock fine-tunes rules for returning to school this fall.
Coronavirus today: A visit to Sevier County brings another day with a big number of new cases.
"Hybrid" classes should prevent forced deportation of foreign students, school says.
A waiver to practice will extend through scoring of the February bar exam.
A new look in advertising is responsible for $511,000 of the expenses.
News about downtown dining and music.