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HOT SPRINGS — With extreme temperatures forecasted for Arkansas and Oklahoma, Ouachita and Ozark-St. Francis National Forests officials are asking visitors to maintain awareness of increased … more
COMPTON — Arkansas State Police say a Harrison man was killed in a one-vehicle motorcycle wreck Thursday afternoon, July 14, on state Highway 43, near Compton. A report by ASP Cpl. Jason … more
LITTLE ROCK – Bluestem Partners of Kansas City announced today that Bailey Construction commenced the groundbreaking of the South Port Commerce Center, a one-million-square-foot industrial … more
Ozark Opportunities, Inc. Board of Directors, Executive Committee, will meet virtually on Thursday, July 28, 2021 at 3:30 pm (information to attend virtually will be sent to all active OOI Board … more
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Department of Health is warning about potential scams in recent days in which scammers have posed as officials, approaching businesses claiming to conduct restaurant … more
Fast facts Heat, dry air can double irrigation efforts July Fourth ‘million-dollar rain’ was a no-show LITTLE ROCK — As fiercely hot, dry weather continues, Arkansas … more
A long, non-stop flightBeing a flight attendant doesn’t get any more glamorous than the job Bette Nash has. After all she’s been at it -- non-stop, as they say -- since 1957. The … more
The Arkansas State Police Commission has approved the recommendations of Colonel Bill Bryant, state police director, to promote in rank, two Arkansas State Troopers. Captain Michael B. Moyer, 47, of … more
LITTLE ROCK – Once again, scam artists have targeted restaurants around Arkansas posing as Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) officials claiming to conduct restaurant inspections. Attorney … more
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Department of Education’s Division of Elementary and Secondary Education was pleased to present R.I.S.E. (Reading Initiative for Student Excellence) School … more
Pulaski County Circuit Court Judge Tim Fox on Monday denied a motion to keep proceeds from the $18 fee collected on 2017 and 2018 property taxes in the registry of his court. The matter stems from a … more
Local emergency responders are training this week at Harrison High School in preparing to respond to a critical incident.Harrison Police Lt. Mike Toland said HPD officers are undergoing the training, … more
LITTLE ROCK — Responsible Growth Arkansas (RGA) is the ballot question committee behind the efforts to pass adult use cannabis laws in Arkansas, the group said in a statement. RGA turned in … more
The first-degree murder trial of an Omaha woman accused of killing her husband in August 2020 has been continued due to a lack of one of the material witnesses in the case, online court records show. … more
NORTH LITTLE ROCK—Beginning July 25, income-qualified Arkansans can apply for the 2022 Summer Cooling Program operated by the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). The program … more
LITTLE ROCK – With hot, dry conditions throughout the state, the Arkansas Department of Agriculture’s Forestry Division has increased the wildfire danger risk level designations for all … more
LITTLE ROCK – Secretary of Commerce Mike Preston today announced that Glen Howie has been named the state’s new Director of Broadband. Howie comes to the Commerce Department from … more
LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge today announced the conviction of David Jefferson Brown of Benton on 4 counts of distributing, possessing or viewing matter depicting … more
Speeding violations on Arkansas roadways continue to rise and law enforcement officers across the state plan to ban together in a united operation under the banner, “Obey the Sign or Pay the … more
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