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.
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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 — 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 — 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.
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.
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.
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.