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It's an important day for efforts to end the ban on same-sex marriage in Arkansas .
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Arkansas is nicknamed the Natural State, and its capital lives up to the moniker.
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Kathy Deck, director of the UA's Center for Business and Economic Research, will be the lead researcher for Arvest's new consumer sentiment survey in Arkansas.
10 hrs ago | Dorchester Reporter, Dorchester MA
Chris Jones, right, has succeeded John Barros as executive director of DSNI. Photo by Travis Watson Christopher Jones grew up in Pine Bluff, a humid city 45 miles southeast of Little Rock and on the Arkansas River.
This year, banks and payment platforms worked even harder to give consumers reasons to remain loyal to their brands.
Because I don't always read Mike Masterson , I missed that he gave his column over to University of Arkansas Student Body President Bo Renner on Nov. 30 .
The Obama administration released new numbers this morning on enrollment in plans on the new marketplaces created by the Affordable Care Act .
Stuart Cobb's gift will support construction and services at the center, which will be located on the third floor of the Cancer Institute when completed.
Testimony continues Wednesday in the first-degree murder trial for a man accused of stabbing a 6-year-old girl to death with a pair of scissors.
Though many shoppers wait until the last minute to finish holiday shopping, about 40 percent of people start before Halloween each year.
Tuesday's sun helped melt some of the ice that has kept schools and businesses in northern Arkansas closed for days.
The Delta Regional Authority has announced it will provide $175,000 to the STRIVE vocational education program in eastern Arkansas.
Wallace Fowler and his wife Jama of Jonesboro have donated $5 million to the NEA Baptist Charitable Foundation.
Sen. Mark Pryor trails Rep. Tom Cotton by 48 percent to 41 percent, according to a new poll conducted for the conservative group Citizens United, while former Michigan Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land narrowly leads Rep. Gary Peters by 42 percent to 40 percent in a poll from Democratic firm Public Policy Polling.
According to a new poll from Citizens United Political Victory Fund by Republican pollster Kellyanne Conway of the polling company, Inc./WomanTrend, shows that incumbent Democrat Senator Mark Pryor is in serious trouble and trails Republican challenger Tom Cotton, 48% to 41%.
He was born African royalty and imprisoned for violence, but became a worldwide symbol of reconciliation and peace and the father of modern South Africa.
What's News: A harsh ice storm slams Texas and the Midwest knocking out power and snarling travel.