LITTLE ROCK — More than $100 million generated by natural gas production in the Fayetteville Shale could be at stake in a class-action lawsuit that alleges an oil and gas company has been skimming money from royalty owners’ payments for the past eight years.
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WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep.-Elect French Hill, R-Little Rock, has been appointed to the House Financial Services Committee in the 114th Congress.
LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Mike Beebe on Friday set April 14 as the date for a special election to fill the District 16 state Senate seat vacated last week by the resignation of Michael Lamoureux.
LITTLE ROCK — Ouida Newton, a math teacher at Poyen High School, is the 2015 Arkansas Teacher of the Year, the state Department of Education announced Friday.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas’ unemployment rate dropped two-tenths of a percentage to 6 percent in October, according to labor statistics released Friday.
LITTLE ROCK — A state panel that disciplines judges issued a letter of censure Friday to a circuit judge in Northwest Arkansas over his conduct while campaigning for office this year.
WASHINGTON — The fourth-floor office that Tom Cotton has occupied for the past two years is empty now as the Republican from Dardanelle moves across the Capitol to the U.S. Senate come January.
LITTLE ROCK — Lawyers for a group of same-sex Arkansas couples asked a federal judge Thursday to strike down the state’s ban on same-sex marriage and immediately begin allowing such marriages to take place.
LITTLE ROCK — A group of western Arkansas school districts cannot intervene in a lawsuit over the state’s system of funding public schools, the state Supreme Court said Thursday.
LITTLE ROCK — Secretary of State Mark Martin said Thursday the results of the Nov. 4 general election have been certified.