Expenses continue to grow as 2015 city budget negotiations continue, meaning the Pine Bluff City Council may have to make some last-minute cuts or reduce its annual contribution to the reserve fund in order to balance the budget.
Subscribe to News RSS feed
WASHINGTON — The 57 newly elected members of Congress gathered Wednesday for a biennial rite of passage — drawing lots for office space that they and their staff will occupy for the next two years.
LITTLE ROCK — Gov.-elect Asa Hutchinson on Wednesday named three directors of state agencies he will retain in their current positions.
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.
A herniated disk (also known as a slipped or ruptured disk) is one of the most common causes of low back pain, as well as leg pain. Between 60 and 80 percent of all people will experience low back pain in their lives, and a high percentage of those will be caused by a herniated disk.
Arkansas Rice Federation announces two upcoming meetings.
While we still have a long way to go, the latest FBI crime statistics make it unlikely that Pine Bluff will top some nationally ranked Most Dangerous Places to Live list, as it has in the past.
Pine Bluff Lighthouse Charter School kindergarten teacher Rebecca Gramling thinks about her friend serving overseas in the U.S. Army, as he will miss his family for Christmas.
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.