Former Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson breaks his silence in an interview with The New Yorker magazine. CNN’s Boris Sanchez reports.
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LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Asa Hutchinson said Monday he has hired a member of U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton’s staff as his senior health policy adviser.
Conservation District employees can now register for communication skills workshops taking place in September and October in Little Rock, Monticello and Jonesboro.
The Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas, 708 E. Eighth Ave., will resume the Crime Victims’ Support Group Meetings from 11 a.m. to noon Thursday, Aug. 13.
Kutz 4 Kidz will provide free school supplies, haircuts and hairdos for children from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 16, at the King building at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park.
LITTLE ROCK — A bill to ban all federal funding for Planned Parenthood failed in a procedural vote in the Senate on Monday, though it had the support of both senators from Arkansas.
LITTLE ROCK — The final version of the Environmental Protection Agency’s first-ever rule limiting carbon emissions from power plants, unveiled Monday, contains a later start time for compliance and a less stringent reduction target for Arkansas than the previously released draft rule.
The ACLU is suing a sheriff’s deputy accused of handcuffing two children in elementary school. CNN’s Martin Savidge has more.
The Pine Bluff City Council voted 4-3 Monday to reject a proposed resolution that would have waived fees charged to people to obtain certain permits during the week of Aug. 24-28.
The Pine Bluff City Council voted Monday night 6-1 to approve $769,985 into the 2015 budget to fix roads.