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The Little Rock School District has set a deadline of Aug. 7 for families to indicate whether their students will enroll in virtual learning or... [Read More]
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Education Secretary Johnny Key said today at Governor Hutchinson's daily COVID-19 briefing that the new state requirement that local school districts offer on-site instruction every... [Read More]
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Governor Hutchinson tried to deflect consensus national guidance on how to determine when it's safe to reopen schools in his daily press briefing. [Read More]
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The Arkansas Education Association has asked Education Secretary Johnny Key to suspend standardized testing for the 2020-21 school year. [Read More]
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Little Rock Traffic Court will continue its "virtual court cyber-docket" through at least October, the city announced today. ... [Read More]
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Johnny Morris, the Springfield, Mo.-based founder of Bass Pro Shops, has purchased the former Dogpatch USA property in Newton County, according to a Bass Pro... [Read More]
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Doctors and health experts in Arkansas and elsewhere have repeatedly said that younger children are less at risk of contracting COVID-19 and seem to spread... [Read More]
The state took in $766.8 million in July, an increase of $245.9 million (47 percent) from last year and $79.9 million (12 percent) above forecast. [Read More]
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Ali Noland, candidate for zone 5 of the Little Rock School District Board, has put together an impressive panel for a back-to-school town hall. The... [Read More]
Here is your final list of candidates for the Little Rock School District... [Read More]
The Little Rock Police Department has launched a homicide investigation following the Aug. 2 death of a Little Rock man. [Read More]
On this week's podcast, Max Brantley and Lindsey Millar talk about the latest COVID-19 news, the Pope County casino saga and candidates for public office... [Read More]
In a survey conducted this week by the Arkansas Department of Education, only 30 percent of Arkansas school districts reported that they had adequate personal... [Read More]
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