A Jefferson County man and woman were arrested Wednesday afternoon following two separate incidents, including a burglary.
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WASHINGTON — As a freshman member of Congress, U.S. Rep. Bruce Westerman has gone largely unnoticed by the unions that represent federal employees but that is about to change.
WASHINGTON — Retired Arkansas National Guard Col. Anita Deason has joined U.S. Sen. John Boozman’s staff in Little Rock as an adviser on military and veterans’ issues.
LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Thursday named 32 people to state boards and commissions.
LITTLE ROCK — A House committee on Thursday advanced bills that would allow school districts to sell advertising space on school buses and end the state’s obligation to test home-schooled students.
LITTLE ROCK — Bills to impose new restrictions on the use of abortion-inducing drugs, assert that American law trumps foreign law in Arkansas courts and allow trained volunteers to give insulin injections in schools received approval Thursday in the state House.
LITTLE ROCK — Concealed handguns would be allowed in Arkansas polling places under a bill advanced Thursday by the House Judiciary Committee.
LITTLE ROCK — A late-winter storm contributed to at least one fatal crash Wednesday as well as numerous accidents Thursday that slowed or stopped traffic in Central Arkansas, according to the Arkansas State Police.
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday reinstated most of a 2013 law regarding ballot initiatives that a Pulaski County circuit judge struck down last year.
Several Pine Bluff School Board members said Thursday they have not been disrespectful to Superintendent Linda Watson nor have they made any effort to force her to resign, while another agreed with an allegation that there are “personal agendas” at work on the board.