District 30 State Sen. Linda Pondexter Chesterfield said Wednesday that the founding mission of the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff to provide higher education opportunities to minority students continues to be its driving force as it emphasizes the importance of careers in science and engineering.
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LITTLE ROCK — A judge on Wednesday scheduled a May 2 hearing to consider motions in a lawsuit challenging a state law requiring voters to show photo identification at the polls.
LITTLE ROCK — Expenditures associated with the so-called private option slightly exceed budget targets but will fall within the targets when allowable adjustments are made, according to actuaries hired to analyze the program.
LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Too many sleepless nights caused by a “pins and needles kind of feeling” in her lower legs had Merideth Hartman so unhinged that she wondered if she’d be better off having her legs cut off below the knee.
Pine Bluff police are are asking for help in locating two people wanted on multiple charges stemming from an incident April 5.
Two men were shot and a third arrested Wednesday afternoon after what sheriff’s deputies said started as a domestic incident.
A Pine Bluff man who pleaded guilty to rape last year failed to convince the Arkansas Court of Appeals that his conviction should be thrown out.
Jarrett Franklin and Jordan Franklin of Marion were recently awarded University Scholarships from the Office of Recruitment at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. The scholarships pay full tuition and room and board.
WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. John Boozman, R-Ark., remains hospitalized Wednesday as doctors monitor his recovery from heart surgery at Mercy Hospital in Rogers, according to an update from his office.
A Pine Bluff man accused of felony domestic battery said in court Wednesday a previous conviction should not have been on his record.