LITTLE ROCK — A judge’s order granting a preliminary injunction against an Environmental Protection Agency rule on water quality is “an important victory for Arkansas,” Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge said Thursday.
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LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Parole Board voted Thursday to ease up on a stringent policy that had been putting a growing number of parole violators back behind bars and swelling the prison population.
LITTLE ROCK — Several hundred people turned out in the August heat at noon Thursday to hear Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson speak on the steps of the Arkansas Capitol building.
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas State University Board of Trustees on Thursday approved a $12.6 million plan to renovate and modernize a facility on the university’s Jonesboro campus for use as a college of osteopathic medicine.
LITTLE ROCK — Hendrix College in Conway said Wednesday it has received a $26 million gift, the largest donation in the school’s history.
LITTLE ROCK — Sarah Scanlon of North Little Rock was working on a political campaign in Ohio in 2006 when she developed a health issue.
LITTLE ROCK — A lawsuit filed Wednesday by a nonprofit group alleges that the state Department of Human Services has violated the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act by refusing to release information about problems with its Medicaid verification process.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas’ 2015 senior class had an ACT composite score of 20.4, which was unchanged from the previous year, education officials said Wednesday.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas will receive a $15.6 million grant from the Department of Veterans Affairs to help fund construction of a new veterans home in North Little Rock, U.S. Sens. John Boozman and Tom Cotton, both R-Ark., and U.S. Rep. French Hill, R-Little Rock, announced Wednesday.
LITTLE ROCK — Democrat Dianne Curry of Little Rock announced Wednesday she will run for the 2nd District congressional seat currently held by first-term Republican Rep. French Hill of Little Rock.