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Little Rock police have put off a plan to have the State Police investigate use of force by Little Rock officers. [Read More]
The daily news roundup and open line. [Read More]
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Coronavirus today: A whopping 734-case increase in 24 hours. [Read More]
More legal wrangling on Pope casino permit. [Read More]
Another cleanup at DHS from employees testing positive for COVID-19. [Read More]
Who'd want to be seen with this guy? [Read More]
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The impact will be felt most by the poor. [Read More]
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A fascinating website built by UA Little Rock traces the history of slum clearance and school and residential segregation in Little Rock, a subject very... [Read More]
More missing money linked to Kade Holliday, the Repubican former county clerk in Craighead County. [Read More]
COVID-19 growth in a week in Arkansas compares unfavorably with some world hot spots. [Read More]
The Little Rock Board of Directors approved a resolution to "strongly urge" landlords to cease evictions or delay future eviction actions amid the pandemic. The... [Read More]
A July 3 summary of forecasts for the spread of the novel coronavirus and the disease it causes, COVID-19, has been posted online for folks... [Read More]
The Rutledge Report continues, but without the face, name or voice of Attorney General Leslie Rutledge. [Read More]
Important questions related to how schools in Arkansas will return to in-person instruction and operate safely will be answered at the district level, Secretary of... [Read More]
Public schools, charter schools and colleges are a big part of the COVID-19 news today. [Read More]
Another suit filed to delay Daniel Lee's execution. [Read More]
Coronavirus today; Hospital admissions for COVID-19 were way up in the last 24 hours. [Read More]
Driver interivewed but no charges filed. [Read More]
Arkansas charter schools tapped into millions in payroll protection program money, a source of funds unavailable to real public schools. [Read More]
A suspicious fire burns a Mabelvale bar closed for cleaning because the operator tested positive for COVID-19. [Read More]
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