LITTLE ROCK — Attorney General Leslie Rutledge said Wednesday that Arkansas will receive $3 million in a settlement agreement her office reached with Volkswagen to resolve allegations of unfair or deceptive trade practices.
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LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Wednesday announced the following appointments:
LITTLE ROCK — The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences said Tuesday it will use a $2.7 million federal grant to conduct the first comprehensive study of the dangers posed by synthetic marijuana products.
FORT SMITH — Fort Smith’s status with the military was upgraded by more than $30 million recently in a cost-sharing Defense Production Act grant with Exide Technologies.
LITTLE ROCK — A federal judge in Texas granted a preliminary injunction Monday temporarily barring enforcement of the U.S. Department of Labor’s so-called persuader rule nationwide
LITTLE ROCK — The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday struck down a Texas law that imposed tough restrictions on abortion clinics, a ruling that both supporters and opponents of abortion rights said could make it more difficult to defend restrictions approved last year in Arkansas.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Radio Network news reporter and anchor Donna Kelley, 66, of Little Rock died Sunday in her home of natural causes, Little Rock radio station KARN said Monday.
LITTLE ROCK — The state Game and Fish Commission voted during a special meeting Friday to identify a 10-county area as a Chronic Wasting Disease Management Zone and to ban deer rehabilitation statewide.
LITTLE ROCK — U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., is “high on the list for something” in a Donald Trump administration, Trump said last week, adding fuel to speculation that Cotton could become the presumptive Republican presidential nominee’s vice-presidential pick.
LITTLE ROCK — Law enforcement agencies across the state are taking part in a crackdown on drunken driving that began Friday and will continue thorough the Fourth of July holiday, the Arkansas State Police said Friday.