LITTLE ROCK — Gov.-elect Asa Hutchinson on Wednesday named three directors of state agencies he will retain in their current positions.
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WASHINGTON — The 57 newly elected members of Congress gathered Wednesday for a biennial rite of passage — drawing lots for office space that they and their staff will occupy for the next two years.
WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton, R-Dardanelle, will participate in the sixth annual Halifax International Security Forum next weekend.
LITTLE ROCK — Opponents of gay marriage rallied at the state Capitol on Wednesday, a day before the state Supreme Court and a federal judge are scheduled to hear arguments in separate lawsuits challenging Arkansas’ ban on same-sex marriage.
LITTLE ROCK — State Department of Education officials said Tuesday that 215 Arkansas public schools have qualified for financial awards under the Arkansas School Recognition and Reward Program.
LITTLE ROCK — State Treasurer-elect Dennis Milligan said Tuesday that people who are interest in applying for jobs in the treasurer’s office can do so by email or mail.
LITTLE ROCK — A legislative panel on Tuesday rejected a state senator’s motion to approve appropriating an additional $16 million for Arkansas’ early childhood education program.
WASHINGTON — Calling it an assault on freedom and the little guy, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, voiced strong opposition Tuesday to Congress considering legislation to require most Internet merchants to collect taxes on out-of-state purchases.
WASHINGTON — The Senate on Tuesday failed to approve legislation to permit construction of the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline.
FORT SMITH — Fort Smith’s long-range vision of moving up in the international freight food chain has a sharp focus on Panama.