LITTLE ROCK — Two former state Department of Human Services employees are among three people indicted on federal charges of conspiring to steal money from a government program that provides summer meals to children.
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LITTLE ROCK — A newly created citizens’ commission charged with setting pay levels for elected state officials held its first meeting Thursday and signaled it would not rush to make any decisions on salary amounts.
WASHINGTON — Rep.-elect Bruce Westerman, R-Hot Springs, has filled out his Congressional staff on Thursday, announcing seven new hires who will work out of district offices in Arkansas.
WASHINGTON — Rep. Tom Cotton, R-Dardanelle, will be bringing along most of his top aides when he moves over to the U.S. Senate in January.
LITTLE ROCK — An Arkansas prison inmate died Wednesday night, apparently from injuries he sustained two days earlier in a suicide attempt, according to the state Department of Correction.
WASHINGTON — Arkansas ranked last in the nation for its ability to handle outbreaks of severe infectious diseases, according to a report released Thursday by a nonprofit health advocacy group.
LITTLE ROCK — Gov.-elect Asa Hutchinson said Wednesday he has selected Brig. Gen. Mark Berry of Ozark to be adjutant general of the Arkansas National Guard and state Rep. Allen Kerr, R-Little Rock, to be state insurance commissioner.
WASHINGTON — Three Arkansas lawmakers have urged the Secretary of the Army to swiftly award the Purple Heart to two soldiers shot outside a Little Rock recruiting center in 2009.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas could save $8.52 million a year if public K-12 schools obtained Internet service solely from private providers and disconnected from the state-run APSCN network, consultants told lawmakers Wednesday.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas game wardens do not have “unbridled discretion” in choosing when to stop hunters, the state Court of Appeals said Wednesday.