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38 min ago | The City Wire
It was a busy legal day in Arkansas' Capital city, with a voter ID law pushed by Republicans ruled to be unconstitutional, and harsh criticism pointed at the Arkansas Supreme Court by Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel.
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2 hrs ago | KSLA-TV Shreveport
A former businessman from northwest Arkansas has drawn a prison sentence of 21 months in prison for failing to pay $117,000 in federal income taxes.
6 hrs ago | Arkansas Times
Today at noon, the Arkansas Literary Festival started things off with a talk by longtime L.A. Times rock critic Robert Hilburn at the Oxford American Annex, moderated by Oxford American associate editor Maxwell George .
7 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Pity the poor residents of the Little Rock media market. For months, they and their fellow Arkansans been bombarded by advertisements aimed at influencing their vote in this year's hotly contested Senate race.
11 hrs ago | Politico
Colorado voters would favor the Kentucky Republican over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by 48 percent to 43 percent in a potential 2016 presidential race, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll .
It's time again to meet our judges' choices for Arkansas's top 20 high school seniors.
Future bouts of unpredictable weather could produce a hodgepodge of solutions for making up lost days, similar to what happened this school year.
For brothers Joel and Scott Owen, who comprise The PawnShop kings, the term "home" is entirely relative to the situation at the moment.
The conventional wisdom in Washington holds that Sen. Mark Pryor, a Democrat from Arkansas, is perhaps the most vulnerable incumbent senator in the country.
Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood met with attorneys general from Arkansas, Tennessee and Louisiana April 14 to discuss the growing concern of copper theft - a familiar concern to West Point and Clay County.
Through yesterday, almost 45,000 Arkansans have selected plans on the Arkansas Health Insurance Marketplace , the new marketplace created by Obamacare , according to information released today by the Arkansas Insurance Department .
SENATOR BOOZMAN WAS SUPPOSED TO BE AT A CEREMONY TO UNVEIL THE NEW INTERSTATE 49 SIGNS TODAY.
This May 31, 2011 file photo shows Sen. John Boozman, R-Ark. in his Senate office in Little Rock, Ark.
About 225,000 Arkansans are too poor to qualify for a subsidy to buy health insurance on the exchange, and too "wealthy" to qualify for the state's traditional Medicaid.
Dr. Robin Bowen was named today as president of Arkansas Tech University in Russellville.
Boozman's staff wouldn't say what type of surgery the 62-year-old senator is having but that more information will be released later.
FILE PHOTO FLIP PUTTHOFF The Flint Creek Power Plant looms large Dec. 3 at Swepco Lake and keeps the water warm during winter.