A three-year repayment plan to reimburse $676,000 in misappropriated funds to the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development was recommended for approval by the Pine Bluff City Council Ways and Means Committee on Wednesday.
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LITTLE ROCK — The state Lottery Commission voted Wednesday to pursue adding monitor games, a day after a legislative panel said it disapproved of the idea.
Jefferson Regional Medical Center in Pine Bluff recently received a grant for $63,472 from the Arkansas Affiliate of Susan G. Komen.
The Watson Chapel School Board, meeting in regular session Monday night, discussed lessons learned in a recent National School Boards Association meeting in New Orleans.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas highway officials say they have received permission from the federal government to rename a section of Interstate 540/U.S. 71 in western Arkansas as I-49.
LITTLE ROCK — A voter who unsuccessfully challenged the qualifications of Pulaski County Circuit Judge Tim Fox is appealing the case to the state Supreme Court.
LITTLE ROCK — Two Pulaski County women have been arrested for allegedly bilking the Arkansas Medicaid program out of more than $41,000, Attorney General Dustin McDaniel announced today.
LITTLE ROCK — Student loan debt can be overwhelming to some consumers already riddled with debt from mortgages and credit card bills.
The Pine Bluff Police Department will begin a social media outreach service Thursday that will provide followers with information on wanted individuals, stolen vehicles, missing persons and other items regarding public safety or community interest.
WASHINGTON — With a May primary ahead, Little Rock banker French Hill ended March with a sizable campaign bankroll as he seeks to be the Republican candidate for Arkansas’s 2nd Congressional District.