LITTLE ROCK – Two years ago, Attorney General Dustin McDaniel joined with other state attorneys general and the federal government to announce a multibillion-dollar settlement with the country’s five largest mortgage servicers. Of Arkansas’s share of that settlement, $2 million was directed to the state Access to Justice Commission to provide support and assistance to Arkansas consumers who have been adversely impacted by the crisis.
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Improvements to Interstate 530 will require lane closures in Pulaski County in the months ahead, according to Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department officials.
Officials with the U.S. Marshals Museum on Thursday announced a $5 million anonymous gift for the facility.
WASHINGTON — Congress voted last week to give President Obama the green light to arm and train rebels in Syria to fight against violent jihadist forces in the Middle East.
The roads that were repaired by the Jefferson County Road Department were as follows:
LITTLE ROCK — A debate between the major-party candidates for governor at times grew heated Friday, with Republican Asa Hutchinson telling Democrat Mike Ross he was being too sensitive and Ross asking if Hutchinson needed him to talk more slowly.
Grider Field Airport Manager Doug Hale said Thursday that an arms manufacturer has expressed interest in the former National Guard Armory building on the airport property.
Serving customers is the hallmark behind Relyance Bank, a philosophy that has facilitated its continued growth, says its CEO.
Former prison escapee Timothy “Bo” Buffington, who turned himself in to authorities Thursday, will make his first court appearance on the escape charge in early October, according to Prosecutor S. Kyle Hunter.
The back half of a 1962 Cadillac Fleetwood said to have been used as an airport limo for the Arlington Hotel in Hot Springs has found new life as one of the more unique barbecue grill rigs around.