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Teachers speak out against bills to curb teaching on slavery and social justice. [Read More]
A basket of deplorables in the governor's race and improving COVID numbers are in the news today. [Read More]
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The trend continues in the right direction. [Read More]
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The Senate held up a spending bill from the governor to send a message that they aren't happy about his communications with him. [Read More]
From Fayetteville to Lonoke, signs of the growth of electric vehicles. [Read More]
Welcome to an all-villain cage match for governor. [Read More]
A Trump in underreporting of COVID-19 deaths? Study finds correlation. [Read More]
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New Supreme Court justice sees no reason to recuse from cases involving the attorney general, who just hired her husband for $150,000. [Read More]
Arkansas power companies score reasonably well at moving to cleaner power generation, the Sierra Club says. [Read More]
An Arkansas dynasty in the making? [Read More]
National reporter says a Huckster candidacy will become official on Monday. [Read More]
The Rutledge record, including its intersection with the interests of Donald Trump, regularly adds ill-starred chapters. [Read More]
Second lowest day of the month in terms of new cases. [Read More]
Little Rock bank hastens to disclaim connection listed in paperwork filed by a Super PAC led by Donald Trump supporters. [Read More]
More attention to Attorney General Leslie Rutledge's profligate spending of public money on partisan featherbedding. [Read More]
Down somewhat it seems. [Read More]
The FBI is tracking anyone with a cell phone near the Capitol Jan. 6, but apparently isn't interested in the Arkansas trooper who was using... [Read More]
The vetting of presidential candidate Tom Cotton begins,. [Read More]
OK, the State Police finally admits, maybe our troopers DID go to the Capitol. But nothing to see here. That is all. [Read More]
No bail for Conway man accused of beating D.C. cop. Too dangerous, judge rules. [Read More]
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