After hearing that Jefferson County is low on funds, the Quorum Court decided Tuesday afternoon not to appropriate any money from the general fund that wasn’t necessary for the county to operate.
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By a vote of 7-0, the Pine Bluff City Council on Tuesday approved a resolution authorizing the mayor to contract with the Arkansas Department of Community Corrections on a pilot program to tear down abandoned houses.
White Hall’s Crenshaw Springs Water Park attracted more than 20,000 visitors in its inaugural year, leading city leaders to consider it a success.
A $25,000 bond was set Tuesday for a man who allegedly raped a minor female in June.
A traffic stop by police on a vehicle that had gone around a police car that was blocking railroad tracks where a truck had gotten stuck resulted in the arrest of the driver on drug-related charges.
Two brothers who allegedly got into altercations Saturday were arrested after they allegedly pointed guns at each other.
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Supreme Court said Tuesday it will hear oral arguments Oct. 2 in a case challenging the state’s voter ID law.
LITTLE ROCK — Dassault Falcon Jet broke ground Tuesday on a $60 million expansion of its jet completion facility in Little Rock.
WASHINGTON - The U.S. Department of Agriculture is encouraging producers who suffered disaster-related losses to seek assistance by Sept. 30 because payment reductions will take place for those who have not acted before that date.
Congressman Tom Cotton’s staff will provide information and answer questions during Veterans Assistance sessions in Pine Bluff and Sheridan.