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Lawmakers looking at ways to identify Arkansans who are wrongly claiming multiple homestead-tax exemptions heard from an official Monday who questioned how widespread the problem... [Read More]
A son of Gov. Asa Hutchinson, a law firm associated with a former governor and a relative of a recent U.S. Senate candidate are among... [Read More]
The state Republican Party says the congressman's desire to withdraw from the race should be honored. [Read More]
Lawmakers voted for the second time this week against moving ahead with a state Plant Board proposal to restrict the use of the herbicide dicamba... [Read More]
Arkansas stopped issuing birth certificates for a few hours Friday morning as a court order brought to a grinding halt a basic government function whose... [Read More]
A judge in St. Francis County was ordered Wednesday to take another look at the case of a woman who sued a Love's Travel Stop... [Read More]
Higher-than-expected individual income tax collections contributed to Arkansas' state government collecting $9.4 million more in general revenue in November than the same month a year... [Read More]
The Bureau of Legislative Research has paid nearly $60,000 to a Little Rock law firm over the past five months for the assistance the firm... [Read More]
Arkansas surpasses all other states in the percentage of its children who have had a parent or guardian locked up, according to a new report... [Read More]
Attorney General Leslie Rutledge sat at the center of an enclosed set of tables with local leaders Wednesday in Conway, as she completed her third... [Read More]
The Arkansas Supreme Court dismissed an appeal by state attorneys on Thursday who had argued that a Crittenden County circuit judge erred in instructing a... [Read More]
A death penalty-averse pharmaceutical company in New York manufactured a sedative that wound up in the hands of Arkansas' executioners, court documents revealed Wednesday. [Read More]
The execution of Arkansas' oldest death-row inmate, set for Thursday night, was stayed by the Arkansas Supreme Court on Tuesday so that Jack Greene's attorneys... [Read More]
The Arkansas Supreme Court on Tuesday issued an emergency stay of Jack Greene's execution, which had been set for later this week. [Read More]
A search for funds to help quell prison violence and keep units staffed was advanced this week by the Arkansas Board of Corrections. [Read More]
A group of applicants vying to open some of Arkansas' first medical marijuana businesses filed anonymous lawsuits last week against the commission tasked with weighing... [Read More]
Others mentioned as potential candidates are San Angelo's Drew Darby, who chairs the Energy Resources Committee; Angleton's Dennis Bonnen. [Read More]
A longtime member of the Little Rock Board of Directors was tapped Monday to lead the Arkansas Crime Information Center, Gov. Asa Hutchinson announced. [Read More]
A cadre of mental-health professionals, including 24 who practice in Arkansas, signed a letter delivered to Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Wednesday, pleading that he stop... [Read More]
The likely winner of the race for U.S. Senate in Texas will be an Ivy League-educated guy in his mid-40s with a picture-book family. The... [Read More]