Pine Bluff police are asking for help identifying the person or persons responsible for an incident at the Arkansas Railroad Museum on Sunday that resulted in significant damage to several windows.
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Several agencies will be closed in observance of Memorial Day, May 30.
LITTLE ROCK — A majority of Americans who have received health-care services covered under the Affordable Care Act could not have afforded the care previously, according to results of a national survey published Wednesday.
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences awarded certificates and degrees May 21 to 1,002 graduates, including several Southeast Arkansas residents.
The Arkansas State Highway Commission has approved a bid to resurface 4.4 miles of County Road 23 in Chicot County.
Led by Pine Bluff Police Department Capt. Kelvin Hadley, law enforcement officers, corrections officers and firemen headed Wednesday morning for Little Rock, where they will join others in a ceremony uniting torches from across the state before the final push to Searcy on Thursday for the start of the Special Olympics.
The Arkansas State Highway Commission has approved a bid for improvements to roadways in Cleveland County. The purpose is to resurface eight miles of County Roads 5, 18, 19, 303 and 331 near Larson Lake.
The Arkansas State Highway Commission has approved a bid for improvements to a roadway in Jefferson and Arkansas counties, according to Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department officials.
A desire to attract deer has led a St. Francis County man to try to build an orchard of a hybrid tree whose breeders hope can bring chestnuts, in some form, back to North American shores.
FAYETTEVILLE — Genetic adaptation to environment may hold the key to breeding performance in beef cattle, according to research at the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.