State Representative Brent Talley, D-McCaskill, now knows what it feels like to be responsible for $5 billion.
From cooking classes and cook-offs to festivals and writing workshops, 13 Arkansas communities are hosting 15 programs and activities to celebrate Arkansas Heritage Month. These activities are being funded with grants from the Department of Arkansas...
A former state senator has been re-appointed to a state commission that had the bulk of its funding raided in the 2013 legislative session and is currently on fiscal life support.
Pending state approval, Hot Springs will soon have its first four-year university presence this fall when Henderson State University opens an education center in partnership with a local community college.
An Oklahoma City girl has sold a 3.85-carat diamond she found at an Arkansas park for $20,000.
Lafayette County Treasurer/Tax Collector Keesha Rose, 36, of Lewisville, was arraigned before a federal magistrate here Friday in connection with her indictment on federal embezzlement charges.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee headlined a conservative forum Tuesday in Iowa, but he dropped few clues about whether he was considering a second run for president, despite having won the state's coveted leadoff caucuses six years ago.
Southwest Arkansas legislators suggest that the so-called “private option” Medicaid expansion attached to the federal Affordable Care Act has a decent chance of surviving in the 2015 general assembly now that it has been renewed for...
Work has begun on two significant Arkansas Highways and Transportation Department projects that will affect motorists in and around Hope for a big chunk of this year.
While potential cuts to higher education funding never occurred, and the Arkansas House of Representatives resolved a fight over federally funded Medicaid money this week, University of Arkansas Community College at Hope Chancellor Chris Thomason...
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