LITTLE ROCK — An information card that is provided to crime victims across the state is now available in Spanish, Attorney General Leslie Rutledge said Thursday.
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LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Tech University President Robin Bowen said Thursday she supports adopting a funding formula for higher education that supports the goals outlined by Gov. Asa Hutchinson and holds institutions to a “fair and equitable” standard.
LITTLE ROCK — Supporters of a proposed ballot measure that would legalize medical marijuana in Arkansas have not reached the signature threshold to secure a spot on the November ballot but have qualified for time to collect more signatures, according to the secretary of state’s office.
LITTLE ROCK — Seven cases of the Zika virus have now been confirmed in Arkansas, the state Health Department said Wednesday.
LITTLE ROCK — Supporters of a proposed ballot measure that would allow one casino each to operate in Boone, Miller and Washington counties have not reached the signature threshold to secure a spot on the November ballot but have qualified for time to collect more signatures.
LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Asa Hutchinson said Tuesday he expects to call a special election to fill the House seat left vacant by the death of state Rep. Sheilla Lampkin of Monticello.
LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Asa Hutchinson said he supports a proposed new funding formula for higher education set to be considered by the state Higher Education Coordinating Board that would reward schools for outcomes such as increased degree-completion rates.
LITTLE ROCK — Three ethics complaints against Pine Bluff School Board President Henry Dabner were dismissed Friday by the Arkansas Ethics Commission.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas’ June unemployment rate was 3.8 percent, the same rate as the previous month, according to labor statistics released Friday.
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday denied a request from a group of condemned inmates to reconsider its recent decision upholding the state’s lethal-injection law.