LITTLE ROCK — A Pulaski County district judge issued a second-degree battery warrant Thursday for the arrest of boxer Jermain Taylor of Little Rock.
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LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Legislature wrapped up a three-day special session Thursday, sending bills containing all of the items on Gov. Asa Hutchinson’s agenda to his desk — despite last-minute efforts to block a measure to change the date of the state’s primary elections.
LITTLE ROCK — A former member of state Treasurer Dennis Milligan’s staff who was fired last month has filed a lawsuit accusing Milligan’s chief of staff of defamation.
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday said it will not hear new oral arguments in the state’s appeal of a circuit judge’s ruling that Arkansas’ ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional.
LITTLE ROCK — A proposal to move Arkansas’ primary elections to March cleared a Senate committee and won approval on the Senate floor Wednesday after senators reached a compromise that calls for the change to be in effect only for the next election cycle.
LITTLE ROCK — A federal appeals court on Wednesday upheld a judge’s ruling that struck down most of an Arkansas law that sought to ban most abortions at 12 weeks or later into a pregnancy.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas’ unemployment rate rose one-tenth of a percentage point to 5.7 percent in April, according to labor statistics released Wednesday.
LITTLE ROCK — For the fourth time, the wording of a proposed initiated act to toughen Arkansas’ campaign disclosure rules was rejected Wednesday by the state attorney general’s office.
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration on Wednesday issued new rules clarifying which small bodies of water fall under federal anti-pollution protection over strong objections from Republicans in Congress.
LITTLE ROCK — On the same day that the special legislative session got underway, the Delta Grassroots Caucus held opening events Tuesday for its annual Delta Conference at the state Capitol.