Drive Sober

Labor Day “Drive Sober Or Get Pulled Over”

(LITTLE ROCK) – Over the next few weeks, Arkansas law enforcement officers will participate in the national campaign to prevent More »


Man Kills Pregnant Girlfriend Calls 911

Arkansas cops on Tuesday released a chilling 911 call made after a man killed his pregnant girlfriend — and just More »


Summer Utility Assistance Program Now Open

The Community Action Program for Central Arkansas and Northcentral Arkansas Development Council summer utility assistance program opened on July 2nd. More »

blood donations

Give The Gift Of Life

The American Red Cross has a critical need for O Negative Blood Donors. O negative blood is used when there More »

Arkansas Attorney General Alert


Simply turning off the Location History for Google accounts does not stop the tech company from tracking a user’s location. According to an investigation published this week by the Associated Press, Google can track time-stamped location data from devices when the maps feature, browser or even the weather app is opened. But there is a way to stop the company from tracking locations.

First-Year Students Record Retention


Chancellor Kelly Damphousse set two important goals for his second year at Arkansas State University, and today at the annual Faculty Conference he was able to announce the achievement of a record-level of first-year student retention.

$50 Million Investment In Camden Plant

Aerojet Rocketdyne

Arkansas’ ongoing efforts to grow the state’s aerospace and defense sector got a big boost Wednesday after Sacramento, Calif.-based Aerojet Rocketdyne unveiled plans to expand the company’s solar-powered rocket motor manufacturing facility in East Camden.

The Buck Is Back

AGFC Deer License Plate

For the third time in 19 years of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s conservation license plate program, a white-tailed deer graces the plates of conservation-minded motorists in The Natural State.

Advancing American Agriculture

Ag Department

The Arkansas Agriculture Department has an Agriculture Technology and the Law Conference, slated for today in Little Rock.

Violence Against Children

John Boozman

U.S. Senators John Boozman (R-AR) and Ben Cardin (D-MD) introduced a resolution that recognizes the harmful impact that violence has on child development, calls for a comprehensive and coordinated strategy to end violence against children globally and reaffirms the Senate’s commitment to ending their suffering. The introduction of the resolution follows International Youth Day, which was August 12th.

Arkansas Works Work Requirement Lawsuit


Three Arkansans have filed suit in U.S. District Court against the new work requirements associated with the Arkansas Works Medicaid expansion program.

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