LONOKE, Ark. — Farmers now have until Tuesday, March 31, to update yield history and base acres under the 2014 Farm Bill, a deadline extension announced Friday by U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack.
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WASHINGTON — Arkansas could decide for itself if duck hunting can occur on rolled rice fields under legislation introduced Thursday in the House and Senate.
LITTLE ROCK — A bill that would allow some Arkansas school districts with dwindling student populations to avoid mandatory consolidation with other districts cleared a House committee Thursday.
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday affirmed class-action status for a lawsuit alleging that cigarette maker Philip Morris violated the Arkansas Deceptive Trade Practices Act by making false claims about Marlboro Lights.
LITTLE ROCK — A lawsuit by the Fort Smith, Greenwood and Van Buren school districts challenging a state Department of Human Services rule can proceed, the state Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas lawmakers gave final passage Thursday to bills to criminalize the use of drones for voyeurism and help clear the way for the University of Arkansas System to establish its online-only eVersity.
LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Thursday named Bear Chaney the new director of the state Assessment Coordination Department.
LITTLE ROCK — A bill to require college campuses in Arkansas to allow staff and faculty members who hold concealed-carry permits to carry concealed handguns on campus advanced out of the House Education Committee on Thursday.
Addressing a crowd of more than 2,500 in Fort Smith on Thursday, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia attempted to explain his commitment to the “real Constitution,”
WASHINGTON — Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge told a House panel on Thursday that the Environmental Protection Agency is proposing new regulations — beyond its authority — that would do harm to her state.