LITTLE ROCK — Former Benton County Sheriff Kelley Cradduck pleaded guilty Friday to a misdemeanor charge of tampering and was sentenced to six months of probation and fined $500.
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LITTLE ROCK — Telecommunications company Sprint said Friday it will add about 100 full-time employees at a recently opened regional office in Little Rock by the end of this year.
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality said Thursday it has decided not to renew its statewide general permit for concentrated animal feeding operations, or CAFOs.
LITTLE ROCK — On average, the percentage of mentally ill people behind bars is more than three times the percentage of people in the general population with mental illness, a legislative task force was told Thursday.
LITTLE ROCK — Proposals to restrict how Arkansans can spend welfare benefits and create a new way to appeal decisions of the Capitol Zoning District Commission in Little Rock stalled in the Joint Budget Committee on Thursday, but the sponsors could try again with the measures next week.
LITTLE ROCK — Accidents reports in Arkansas must be open to the public without the redaction of personal information, the state Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday appointed a special judge to preside over disbarment proceedings against a Maumelle lawyer accused of recommending that a client have potential witnesses against him killed.
LITTLE ROCK — Broadband company GW Communications will open a new office in Paragould and create 28 new jobs, the Arkansas Economic Development Commission said Thursday.
LITTLE ROCK — Legislative committees Wednesday rejected a proposal to boost funding for early childhood education and advanced a proposal to limit what low-income Arkansans can buy with government assistance.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson, left, welcomes pastors and their families from around the state Wednesday as he kicks off Pastors Day at the Capitol, an event sponsored by the Christian conservative Family Council. Seated behind him are Attorney General Leslie Rutledge and Family Council President Jerry Cox. The event was intended to give religious leaders an overview of how government works at the state level, according to the Family Council. (Special to the Arkansas News Bureau/Dale Ellis)