Friday Night Storm Damage

Mother Nature played havoc with Central Arkansas once again. An EF2 tornado touched down in a mobile home park at More »

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United Way 7th Annual Jeans & Bling

United Way of Central Arkansas is hosting our 7th annual Jeans and Bling-New Beers Eve event. This event will be More »


ADEM Disaster Assistance Hotline Open

NORTH LITTLE ROCK— Jackson, Van Buren, and White County residents that suffered damage from the severe storms and tornadoes of More »

Gray Selected To Lead Arkansas Democrats


House Minority Leader and State Rep. Michael John Gray, D-Augusta, was elected as the new chairman of the Democratic Party of Arkansas. He succeeds Vincent Insalaco, who steered the state’s Democrats for two election cycles.

“To the hundreds of Arkansas Democrats who gathered today to elect new leadership, I am humbled and overwhelmed to be the next chair of the Party. To all of the Democrats across our state, I look forward to serving all of you and fighting for a brighter future for all of our fellow Arkansans.

Sex Offender Sought


Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office Investigators are looking for Gary Brown.

He also goes by the Aliases: Lynn Brown, Logan Brown, or Gary Logan Brown.

Charges Pending On Sharp County Couple


Two Sharp County residents have been arrested after trying to run over a Sharp County Sheriff’s Deputy with a vehicle.

A sheriff’s department news release says jailed are 27-year old Jared James Johnson, of Hardy and 35-year-old Sara Kay Phelps, of Cherokee Village. 

Arkansas’ Jobless Rate Record Low Again

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Arkansas’ jobless rate touched another all-time low of 3.7% in February as the state’s brimming labor pool added nearly 1,500 new workers and nonfarm employment jumped by 15,600 between months, according to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data released Friday.

Bible Challenged As State’s Official Book


The Arkansas Society of Freethinkers (ASF) will oppose any efforts to make the Christian Bible the official book of Arkansas, ASF President Anne Orsi told Talk Business & Politics.

Crawford Surprised By Comey Disclosure


Arkansas U.S Representative Rick Crawford, R-Jonesboro, said he was surprised when FBI director James Comey revealed to the House Intelligence Committee that an investigation of Trump ties to Russia had been underway since July.

Another EF2 Tornado Hits Central Arkansas

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Mother Nature played havoc with Central Arkansas once again.

An EF2 tornado touched down in a mobile home park at the Pulaski-Faulkner county line Friday night, leaving six people injured, four homes destroyed and several others damaged.

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