LITTLE ROCK — Attorney General Dustin McDaniel filed a consumer-protection lawsuit today against an Arizona organization accused of misleading Arkansans into believing their donations would benefit the children of American veterans.
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NORTH LITTLE ROCK — A small maritime museum on the banks of the Arkansas River, which has been visited by more than 200,000 people since it opened nine years ago, will be expanding soon in several directions.
LITTLE ROCK — Sleet and ice covered most of Arkansas Friday as a winter storm moved across the state, causing thousands of power outages and wrecks.
State Troopers across Arkansas have spent most of last night and today assisting motorists who have been victims of snow or ice covered highways.
LITTLE ROCK — The much-improved relationship between President Obama and Bill Clinton has contributed significantly to Hillary Clinton’s perceived strength as a candidate should she choose to run for president, according to the authors of the bestselling book “Game Change,” which chronicles the 2008 presidential race.
The Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas experienced about 35,000 outages at the peak of the current winter storm, it announced in a press release Friday.
WASHINGTON — The House last week approved legislation to discourage so-called “patent trolls” from filing frivolous lawsuits designed to prey on business innovators.
LAS VEGAS — Two years ago, Kip Smith frequently couldn’t sleep more than 30 minutes a night. No matter what he did, he couldn’t keep his legs from trembling or escape the spasms that jerked him awake.
Nelson Mandela, the former political prisoner who became the first president of a post-apartheid South Africa and whose heroic life and towering moral stature made him one of history’s most influential statesmen, died Thursday, the government announced. He was 95.
Nelson Mandela has died, according to multiple media outlets.