LITTLE ROCK — Continuing an emerging theme in his re-election campaign, U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., referenced the Bible on Wednesday in a speech in Little Rock and in a new television ad that began airing statewide.
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LITTLE ROCK — All high school football playoff games, including three state championship games at War Memorial Stadium, have been postponed a week because of a winter storm that is bearing down on Arkansas, the executive director of the Arkansas Activities Association said Wednesday.
LITTLE ROCK — The lack of a reauthorized farm bill is getting critical for Arkansas farmers who need to apply for crop loans, the president of Arkansas Farm Bureau said Wednesday.
LITTLE ROCK — A lawsuit arguing that Gov. Mike Beebe violated the state Freedom of Information law is merely a political attack, the governor said Tuesday.
WASHINGTON — Although a final deal has not been struck, U.S. Rep. Rick Crawford, R-Jonesboro, expects Congress will complete work on a new farm bill this month.
LITTLE ROCK — State revenues fell slightly below projections in November, a dip caused by corporate income taxes that did not meet expectations, the state fiscal office reported Tuesday.
WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Steve Womack, R-Rogers, said a Supreme Court decision Monday to let stand New York’s online sales tax law should push Congress to act on his Marketplace Fairness legislation.
LITTLE ROCK — The executive director of the Republican Party of Arkansas asked a judge Monday to force Gov. Mike Beebe to hand over documents his office received from individuals seeking appointments to state boards and commissions.
LITTLE ROCK — The Delta Regional Authority on Monday awarded $251,105 to the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub for facilities and operations.
LITTLE ROCK — An expected decline in tax collections between now and June 30 caused state budget officials on Monday to downgrade the revenue forecast for the remainder of the fiscal year by 0.3 percent.