LITTLE ROCK — Three ethics complaints against Pine Bluff School Board President Henry Dabner were dismissed Friday by the Arkansas Ethics Commission.
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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.
LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Asa Hutchinson has been named chairman of the National Governors Association’s Homeland Security and Public Safety Committee, his office said Tuesday.
LITTLE ROCK — An adviser to Gov. Asa Hutchinson will serve as interim director of the state Department of Human Services’ Division of Youth Services while the agency searches for a permanent director, DHS and the governor said Tuesday.
LITTLE ROCK — A legislative panel declined Monday to sign off on proposed regulations to allow doctors to treat Arkansas patients remotely using audio and video technology.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK — You could be forgiven for thinking things are “going to hell in a hand basket,” former President Bill Clinton said Friday at a fundraiser for the Democratic Party of Arkansas.
LITTLE ROCK — A number of high-profile Republicans have chosen to skip this week’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland, but Arkansas’ freshman senator is on the speaker list.
LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Asa Hutchinson, just returned from a European trade mission, issued a statement Friday condemning Thursday’s terrorist attack in Nice, France, that left 84 dead and more than 200 injured.
LITTLE ROCK – Former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush and former British Prime Minister Tony Blair spoke Thursday at Central High School in Little Rock at a ceremony that was interrupted by a severe storm that prompted evacuation of the school’s auditorium.