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State securities regulators are seeking to suspend or revoke the registration of the Russellville firm and CEO that formerly employed the broker who allegedly bribed former State Treasurer Martha Shoffner .
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In this Feb. 27, 2014 file photo is former Arkansas treasurer Martha Shoffner outside the federal courthouse in Little Rock, Ark.
The Salvation Army gets approval Monday night to build a community garden at its North Little Rock office.
A federal judge on Monday withheld ruling on a motion by defense lawyers to throw out a corruption case against former Arkansas treasurer Martha Shoffner, who is accused of accepting $36,000 in exchange for... The judge in former Arkansas treasurer Martha Shoffner's corruption trial says he will rule on whether prosecutors proved the elements of ... (more)
SOMETHING HAPPENED HERE: But a new study says Arkansas does a mediocre job of teaching about the civil rights movement.
Judge James G. Mixon, who sat on the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern & Western Districts of Arkansas, has died at his Little Rock home.
A broker who says he gave $36,000 to Arkansas' former treasurer to help her during a rough patch in her life says he received more than $2 million in commissions for business he did for the state.
A dispute is brewing on whether the Hillcrest Residents Associatio n can plant trees in the sidewalk in front of a vacant garage on Kavanaugh Boulevard.
By CHRISTINA HUYNH Associated Press LITTLE ROCK, AR - State legislators are planning to question highway officials about the response - or lack of response - as sleet and snow piled on Arkansas roadways and left motorists stranded for hours.
Volunteers took over Little Rock this weekend, filling up bags and bags of trash.
This year's list of the top revenue-producing hotels and restaurants in 2013 didn't pack many surprises.
Search efforts prove successful, as a missing man is found and returned to safety.
Hubbell's novel, "When Men Betray" is set in Little Rock and delves into politics, law and Southern society, thus drawn from his own experience.
As Mary-Margaret Marks of Little Rock prepares to say adieu in May to her year as president of the Junior League of Little Rock, she reflects on the nearly 100-year history and heritage of the women's nonprofit organization.
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Of nearly 1 million veterans who receive opioids to treat painful conditions, more than half continue to consume opioids chronically or beyond 90 days, new research says.