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White River Waterkeeper, an Arkansas group based in Harrison, has joined seven other groups in a federal lawsuit in Washington that aims to stop a... [Read More]
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The Little Rock Education Association is counting on Education Commissioner Johnny Key keeping his word that a waiver of the Teacher Fair Dismissal wouldn't go... [Read More]
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It took a Freedom of Information Act request (by me and at least one other) to shake loose Education Czar Johnny Key's previously secret plan... [Read More]
Shots fired at home of the witness of a recent triple homicide. [Read More]
Max is back with the news roundup. Here's your open line. [Read More]
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A surprise addition to the Little Rock City Board agenda seems aimed at sweetening Mayor Mark Stodola's transition to retirement. And perhaps more. For now,... [Read More]
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The Washington Post fact-checking feature reports that Donald Trump's ceaseless lying has required the creation of a new label beyond "Four Pinocchios" for blatantly false... [Read More]
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The Fayetteville shale boom is long over but unhappy fallout continues. Bloomberg reports hear on a gas company's contest of property taxes that is causing... [Read More]
40/29 reports that Terry Don King, 50, was shot by Washington County deputies responding to a domestic disturbance call at his home near Springdale after... [Read More]
Taking comments now. [Read More]
Coming business for the Little Rock City Board this month is a renewal of the $300,000 "contract" with the Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce... [Read More]
KARK reports that nearly two dozen applications have been received, with more expected, to fill the job of Little Rock police chief. [Read More]
It's wet and cold out there. What do you know? [Read More]
John Kelly will leave his White House chief of staff position by the end of the year, President Trump told reporters today. [Read More]
Lindsey and Benji discuss the election of Frank Scott Jr. as Little Rock mayor, a shakeup at the state Division of Youth Services and an... [Read More]
There's a vague, but ominous item at the end of the State Board of Education's agenda for its Thursday, Dec. 13 meeting: "Consideration of Waiver... [Read More]
Alderman candidate misses chance to cast deciding vote for himself in runoff election; Dem-Gaz to phase out print delivery in El Dorado, Camden and Magnolia;... [Read More]
The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette will stop distributing print editions of its daily newspaper in five south Arkansas counties from Monday through Saturday beginning Feb. 11, general... [Read More]
While the North Carolina duo's work is music to chill by, there were no sleepers. [Read More]
Out in Arkansas's hosts Traci Berry and Angie Bowen talk about all the things because all the things are LGBTQ things. This week T &... [Read More]
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