Tuesday Morning employees are to move from its current location in Jefferson Square Shopping Center at 2801 S. Olive St. to a larger space in the shopping center.
LITTLE ROCK — Thirteen Arkansas airports will share $8.5 million in grants from the Federal Aviation Administration for facility upgrades and expansions, Arkansas’ congressional delegation announced Monday.
LITTLE ROCK —The University of Arkansas on Monday announced a new policy banning the use of unmanned aircraft, or drones, on university property or within the university’s air rights without prior written approval.
Pine Bluff police discovered 32-year-old Darrell Lovett of Pine Bluff shot to death in a vehicle Sunday night when they were called to an accident.
People don’t see the world through a window, so why should art be limited to it? That is the question that artist Matthew Lopas wants people to ask after seeing his art exhibit.
A Pine Bluff man was killed in a one-vehicle accident Saturday morning in Grant County.
With 95 percent of the world’s 7 billion people living outside of the United States, businesses that export products and technology have more growth potential than those that only sell stateside, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration.
LITTLE ROCK — A Benton man has filed a class-action lawsuit against a Canadian website created to help married people find partners for extramarital affairs.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas is receiving a steady stream of visits from presidential hopefuls in advance of the 2016 elections, but opinions differ on the reasons behind the state’s heightened visibility to candidates.
Eight of the 10 candidates seeking election to the Pine Bluff and Dollarway school boards got a chance to talk about their candidacies Tuesday and each said they believe students in the district are not getting the best education they could.
Five members of the Pine Bluff City Council on Thursday agreed that the city needs to hire a communications/marketing director and a grant writer.
Not far into Linda Fairstein’s 17th Alexandra Cooper crime novel, New York City prosecutor Cooper is mysteriously yanked into a black SUV. In that moment, the voice readers have known for 16 volumes goes silent.
At an office in the bustling garment district of downtown Los Angeles, Carnita Nicole Whimper, a 2010 graduate of the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, finds fulfillment in a career in corporate fashion.
A teacher and coach in the White Hall School District was arrested Thursday after he allegedly sold drugs to a confidential informant.
LITTLE ROCK — A 2013 Arkansas law allows a person to openly carry a handgun as long as he or she does so without intent to use it unlawfully against another person and does not violate any other gun law, Attorney General Leslie Rutledge said in an opinion Friday.
LITTLE ROCK — Former Democratic state treasurer Martha Shoffner was sentenced in federal court Friday to two-and-a-half years in prison for multiple counts of extortion and bribery.
LITTLE ROCK — The state Department of Human Services said Friday it is extending the deadline to respond to Medicaid re-determination notices from 10 to 30 days after receiving new guidance from the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Officials with the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department joined elected officials from Star City and Lincoln County on Friday afternoon to officially dedicate another section of what will be a four-lane connector between Interstate 530 at Pine Bluff and the planned Interstate 69 near Wilmar.
Les Mizell’s retirement from Sissy’s Log Cabin was celebrated Friday at the Pine Bluff store. Mizell worked for Sissy’s for 17 years, retiring as vice president/sales director. (Special to The Commercial)
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LITTLE ROCK — A Jacksonville woman has won a $1 million Powerball prize, state lottery officials said Friday.
LITTLE ROCK — The state Pollution Control and Ecology Commission on Friday unanimously approved a rule imposing a five-year moratorium on new medium and large hog farms in the Buffalo National River watershed.
Surveillance video from an automatic teller machine helped police identify a woman who allegedly withdrew cash from the machine after another customer left her card in the machine.
An investigation into a series of burglaries in multiple counties resulted in the arrest of a Pine Bluff man who allegedly had some of the stolen property in a house.
Felony charges were filed during the past week against the following individuals by Eleventh Judicial District-West Prosecuting Attorney S. Kyle Hunter. Listed below are the names and addresses of the defendants, the charges filed against them, the investigating agency and the bond amount if any.
A report that a child was asleep on an old mattress in front of a house Wednesday led to the arrest of the child’s mother.
In an article in Friday’s edition about the appearance of Keshia Knight Pulliam at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, her first name and the name of Spelman College were misspelled.
The Pine Bluff Parks and Recreation Department and the Jefferson County 5K Coalition are sponsoring the 5K Run/Walk/Dance to End Childhood Obesity, starting at 8 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 26. The name of the sponsor was incorrect in the Thursday and Friday editions.
State Rep. Kenneth B. Ferguson, Democrat of District 16, announces that he will seek re-election.