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The stench of undue political influence in judicial races in Arkansas never seems to wane. [Read More]
Campaign promises are one thing, money is another. That's the takeaway from Rebekah Hall's account of last night's meeting of the Little Rock Board of... [Read More]
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In a meeting Tuesday evening, the Little Rock Board of Directors voted to withdraw an ordinance that would restructure the board's at-large positions, which are... [Read More]
In this episode, Jimmy interviews State Representative candidate Roderick Talley, who talks about his campaign, fighting for injustice and his belief in the Freedom of... [Read More]
An early start on the open line and daily news roundup... [Read More]
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My day job thankfully doesn't have a strict dress code, and because of this I own exactly two kinds of shoes: running shoes and Chuck... [Read More]
An update on the special election for House District 34, which ended in a tie election day between Ryan Davis and Joy Springer to serve... [Read More]
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Early voting begins today. Presidential primaries and a race for Arkansas Supreme Court are the main attractions. [Read More]
Boy Scouts filed for bankruptcy under pressure by lawsuits over sexual abuse by scout leaders. [Read More]
Yet another in the series of reports on ties between financial supporters of Donald Trump and beneficiaries of federal government spending. There's also an Arkansas... [Read More]
Charles Portis, the Arkansas novelist best known for his enduring best-seller True Grit, died this morning after several years of failing health. He was 86. [Read More]
Four people were found dead in a North Little Rock near midnight Sunday. Causes of death unknown. [Read More]
The daily news roundup and open line. [Read More]
Thoroughbred Daily News reports that Taraz, a three-year-old filly, was euthanized today after a training accident at Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs. [Read More]
Arkansas was having such a charmed first season under Eric Musselman that this recent, turbulent mid-season lull has been awfully jarring. [Read More]
We add some detail missing from DEmocrat-Gazette report this morning on changes in Interstate 39 widening project. [Read More]
Tom Cotton gets blasted for continuing to mention a discredited theory for the origin of the coronavirus. [Read More]
An Arkansans is among the more than 1,100 former Justice Department employees who've signed a letter calling for the resignation of Attorney General William Bar. [Read More]
A Sunday open line. [Read More]
Dark money and partisanship in the race for Arkansas Supreme Court. [Read More]
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