WASHINGTON — Former President Bill Clinton will campaign next week in Arkansas for the Democratic ticket.
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LITTLE ROCK — The bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Little Rock says a Yell County priest has been removed from the ministry and will not be allowed to function as a priest again because of “credible allegations of sexual misconduct.”
LITTLE ROCK — Little Rock police arrested a Jacksonville man Monday in the disappearance of a real estate agent.
LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Next time watching the game gets boring, pass the time by counting how many players are wearing eye protection.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas, other states and the federal government have reached an agreement with Shire Pharmaceuticals LLC to settle allegations that the drug manufacturer illegally marketed five of its drugs, Attorney General Dustin McDaniel announced Thursday.
WASHINGTON — Rejecting criticism of its latest TV ad, Republican Senate hopeful Tom Cotton plans to keep running the Farm Bill message beyond its current ad buy.
The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday rejected the ineffective counsel claim of a condemned man from New Orleans who killed a Fayetteville couple in 2007.
FORT SMITH — In town to help break ground for the U.S. Marshals Museum, Arkansas’ 3rd District representative spent time Wednesday talking politics and national threats like Islamic State militants and an Ebola outbreak “wreaking havoc” in West Africa.
FORT SMITH — Plaintiffs in one lawsuit have no standing to object to a proposed settlement in a separate class-action lawsuit, Whirlpool argued in a motion filed in U.S. District Court in Fort Smith.
WASHINGTON — Candidates and outside groups have spent $20.2 million to run an estimated 54,700 television spots on Arkansas television stations this election cycle with more to come as polls show tight contests for governor and U.S. Senate.