LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Supreme Court said Wednesday it will hear oral arguments in a lawsuit over whether same-sex couples are entitled to obtain amended birth certificates for their children listing both spouses as parents.
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LITTLE ROCK — A Wynne woman who admitted forcing two juvenile relatives into prostitution was sentenced Wednesday to 12 years in prison for sex trafficking of children.
LITTLE ROCK — State lottery officials said Wednesday that traditional and non-traditional students are urged to apply for lottery-funded scholarships before the June 1 deadline.
LITTLE ROCK — The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences said Wednesday the U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded $1.6 million in grants to two institutions to fund efforts to improve health in the Arkansas Delta.
LITTLE ROCK — A majority of Americans who have received health-care services covered under the Affordable Care Act could not have afforded the care previously, according to results of a national survey published Wednesday.
LITTLE ROCK — A former Transportation Security Agency inspector pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court in Little Rock to distribution of child pornography.
LITTLE ROCK — Newly passed state legislation appears to have resolved numerous issues related to holding school board elections on the same day as a general election, Pulaski County Director of Elections Bryan Poe said Tuesday.
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LITTLE ROCK — A former Jacksonville funeral home was fined $50,000 Tuesday for abusing corpses.