LITTLE ROCK — On Aug. 3, two days before he was scheduled to undergo surgery in Cleveland for a heart condition, Randy Dollar of Jacksonville was told by a pharmacist that his health-care coverage had been canceled.
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LITTLE ROCK — A Little Rock doctor and several others have been indicted as part of a continuing operation targeting illegal prescription drug activity, Christopher Thyer, U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas, said Wednesday.
The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department reinstated 27 of 87 previously withdrawn highway construction projects to its October bid opening, according a news release Tuesday.
LITTLE ROCK — University of Arkansas at Little Rock Chancellor Joel Anderson will retire effective June 30, 2016, the university said Wednesday.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Supreme Court Justice Courtney Goodson announced Wednesday she is running for the position of the court’s chief justice.
LITTLE ROCK — State revenues in August were up 5.8 percent from a year ago and 7.1 percent above forecast, the state’s fiscal office said Wednesday.
LITTLE ROCK — Springdale-based Tyson Foods pledged Wednesday to devote $50 million in cash and in-kind donations to fighting hunger over the next five years.
LITTLE ROCK — James Smith of Star City said he was honored to receive a Silver Star in a ceremony Tuesday at the state Capitol, even if the honor came 49 years after his actions on a battlefield in Vietnam that earned it.
LITTLE ROCK — Attorney General Leslie Rutledge on Tuesday asked Gov. Asa Hutchinson to set execution dates for eight death-row inmates, including Kenneth Dewayne Williams of Pine Bluff.
LITTLE ROCK — Oil and gas company SEECO has agreed to pay $950,000 to the federal government to resolve allegations that it drilled into unleased, federally owned natural gas in Conway and Van Buren counties.