LITTLE ROCK — A bill to require public colleges and universities in Arkansas to allow faculty and staff to carry concealed handguns on campus if they have concealed-carry permits received approval Monday in the Arkansas House.
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LITTLE ROCK — Two Arkansas Supreme Court justices were among five people who spoke at a public hearing Monday on a slate of proposed salary increases for legislators, constitutional officers and judges.
LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Monday said former state Sen. Johnny Key is his pick to be the next state education commissioner and said he is asking the Legislature to change state law to allow Key to take the job.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK — State police are investigating reports that the Maumelle city clerk sexually harassed two female city employees.
WASHINGTON — An unpaid $10 parking ticket cost Kenneth Ryan James his job as chief of staff for U.S. Rep. Bruce Westerman, R-Hot Springs.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas lawmakers are expected to begin paring down a long slate of proposed constitutional amendments this week, the seventh week of the legislative session.
WASHINGTON – Congress approved legislation to finance the Department of Homeland Security for another week as Democrats and Republicans continue to spar over President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration policy.
WASHINGTON — Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge told a House panel on Thursday that the Environmental Protection Agency is proposing new regulations — beyond its authority — that would do harm to her state.
LITTLE ROCK — Baptist Health Medical Center in North Little Rock has agreed to a $2.7 million settlement to resolve allegations that it submitted improper Medicare claims, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas Chris Thyer said Friday.
LITTLE ROCK — An Arkansas House committee on Thursday advanced two measures seeking a constitutional convention to consider curbing federal spending.