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Gov. Asa Hutchinson unveiled projections Friday showing the number of coronavirus cases in Arkansas is expected to hit 3,500 in two weeks. [Read More]
An Arkansas mayor wants Gov. Asa Hutchinson to set up "volunteer screening locations" for people driving over the bridge from neighboring Mississippi. [Read More]
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The Arkansas Legislature early today sent Gov. Asa Hutchinson identical bills that would allow him to tap $173 million from a new "rainy-day" fund to... [Read More]
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Arkansas' governor signed legislation early Saturday creating a $173 million fund he can use to respond to the coronavirus outbreak and to avoid cutting some... [Read More]
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Arkansas lawmakers sent the governor legislation early Saturday morning creating a $173 million fund to combat the coronavirus and to address a budget shortfall projected... [Read More]
Arkansas lawmakers sent the governor legislation early Saturday morning creating a $173 million fund to combat the coronavirus and to address a budget shortfall projected... [Read More]
In his daily news conference Friday, Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson announced that positive COVID-19 cases have reached 381 statewide. [Read More]
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According to the Arkansas Department of Health, the total number of positive COVID-19 cases and recoveries have risen since Gov. Asa Hutchinson spoke at 1:30... [Read More]
Gov. Asa Hutchinson said Friday that based on current models and experts, Arkansas could see COVID-19 cases increase to 2,000 by the first week of... [Read More]
The afternoon update put the coronavirus case total at 381 shortly before Gov. Asa Hutchinson's 1:30 p.m. briefing. [Read More]
As of 12 p.m. Friday, March 27, the ADH is reporting 381 positive cases of COVID-19 with two deaths. There are 19 patients who have... [Read More]
Authorities with Arkansas Department of Health and Gov. Asa Hutchinson are giving an update on the coronavirus pandemic. [Read More]
WATCH LIVE: Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson gives his daily COVID-19 update at 1:30 p.m. Friday. [Read More]
Following the lead of Sebastian County Judge David Hudson, the Fort Smith Parks and Recreation Department and Fort Smith Public Schools have limited access to... [Read More]
The initiative announced during the Thursday news conference by Gov. Asa Hutchinson is meant to address the burden caused by COVID-19. [Read More]
Gov. Asa Hutchinson outlined on Thursday a $116 million plan to aid Arkansas hospitals and medical personnel during the COVID-19 emergency. [Read More]
Following the lead of Sebastian County Judge David Hudson, the Fort Smith Parks and Recreation Department has limited access to specific playground equipment at Fort... [Read More]
Models for the spread of covid-19 in Arkansas estimate there could be 3,500 cases of the illness in the state in the next two weeks,... [Read More]
Nearly three dozen people who attended a children's event at a church in rural Arkansas have tested positive for coronavirus; insight from Arkansas Gov. Asa... [Read More]
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