The state regulators were overwhelmed by the pandemic as a third of Tyson's chicken plant workforce fell ill.
Warehouse Liquor on Main St. has a 50 Cent special today.
Employee fired by USAble Life over treatment while pregnant wins settlement through federal agency.
Arkansas projects lacking in infrastructure list.
I-40 bridge fix may take 'considerable amount of time,' senator says. Crack 'significant,' engineers say
Outlook for speedy reopening of Interstate 40 bridge at Memphis is not good.
Four Arkansans join coalition to reshape the Republican Party.
Cowardly Republicans dump Liz Cheney in secret without a real vote. What do the tough-guy Arkansas congressmen have to say?
Parking space rage episode leads to judge stepping down from administrative post.
Candidates emerging for attorney general and prosecutor.
Normalcy returns -- for the vaccinated. Ideas for promoting shots include a lottery and endorsements from high-profile coaches
So isn't it time to get your shots?
Petit & Keet is celebrating its fourth anniversary on May 18 by bringing back the dishes that made Jacques and Suzanne one of the premier spots for fine dining in Little Rock in the '70s and '80s.
Arkansas polliticians are convinced the jobless are pulling a scam. Might that reflect their own character?
Surprise. Red states suffered for less restrictive responses to coronavirus.
Other states reducing federal unemployment benefits are providing a carrot to jobless workers. In Arkansas, it is only the stick.
HIgh positive rate. Low vaccination rate. It ain't over.
Almost 200 new cases and the testing and shot reports remain low.
The Little Rock Board of Directors has voted to table consideration of a proposal to refer a permanent 1% sales tax to voters. Ward 3 Director Kathy Webb made the motion to delay consideration of the plan; all of her board colleagues voted in with her save Ward 1 Director Erma Hendrix and At-large Director Antwan Phillips.
Microshorts, paper rainforests and Fort Smith history at CALS Made in Arkansas Film Festival this weekend
Get out the projector (or turn on the TV); Central Arkansas Library System's Made in Arkansas Film Festival is going virtual this weekend.
The outlook remains hazy, but prolonged, for reopening the I-40 bridge over the Mississippi River.
Take the poll on the Little Rock sales tax plan.
The I-40 bridge at Memphis remains closed for what appears to be a need for major repairs.
The topics are wide-ranging today.
Amazon continues to grow in the region. Seems strategic, rather than based on local cheerleading.
The news begins at the border.
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