LITTLE ROCK — A bill to let local entities decide whether to add fluoride to public drinking water supplies failed to clear a Senate committee Wednesday.
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LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas House voted Wednesday to approve a capital gains tax cut, new restrictions on abortion and expanded authority for advanced-practice registered nurses.
LITTLE ROCK — For at least another two years the state of Arkansas will continue the dual celebration of the birthdays of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert E. Lee after a bill to separate the two holidays was voted down in a House committee Wednesday.
Pine Bluff police have released photographs of a car they believe was linked to the shooting death of Christopher Pridgeon on March 18.
Ellis Panell of 2001 Claud Road reported seeing a purple martin at 8 a.m. Wednesday morning.
The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff will host two grant-writing workshops in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
WASHINGTON — VA Secretary Robert McDonald informed Congress this week that his department plans to move forward with a land transfer needed for Arkansas to construct a Veterans home in North Little Rock.
Pine Bluff elected officials postponed a planning session meeting Wednesday because an alderman had an emergency involving dental care, Mayor Debe Hollingsworth said.
The JCCSI ChildCare Aware, 1203 W. Pullen St., will host a make-and-take workshop Monday, March 30, from 9-10 a.m. and 4-5 p.m.
New construction is taking shape in a commercial area along Mallard Loop, next to a building leased by Blue Cross Blue Shield.