Drive Sober

Drunk Driving Campaign Underway

(LITTLE ROCK) – As the Labor Day holiday period approaches, Arkansans will begin to see to see more law enforcement More »

Flashing Red Kids Ahead

School Bus Safety Campaign

LITTLE ROCK —In just a few short weeks, more than 6,000 school buses will begin sharing the roadways with motorists, More »

Liheap - Winter

LiHEAP Summer Utility Assistance Program

The Community Action Program for Central Arkansas and the Northcentral Arkansas Development Council will begin the Summer Regular and Crisis More »

Farm Family Of The Year

2019 District Farm Families Of The Year Named

The eight district winners in the 72nd annual Arkansas Farm Family of the Year Program have been selected, representing the More »

Arkansas Activities Association

Getting Smart But Acting Foolishly

We communicate on smart phones, drive smart cars, make purchases using smart cards and even drink smart water. But, really, More »

State Law STKR

Arkansas Motorist Proper Lane Usage Law

The Arkansas Department of Transportation is installing signs across the State to remind motorists of an existing law that prevents 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 »

Ready-To-Eat Chicken Patty Products Recall

Weaver Chicken Patty Recall

WASHINGTON – Tyson Foods Inc., a Pine Bluff, Ark. establishment, is recalling approximately 39,078 pounds of Weaver brand frozen chicken patty product that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced Thursday. 

Bullet-Proof Vests For Fire Fighters

Batesville Fire Department

The Batesville Fire Department is ordering 16 new steel-plated bullet-proof vests.

The 16 vests will cost about $14,000. They are paid for through the alcohol tax from local restaurants in the city dedicated to the public safety fund.

Voyager Ordered To Shut Down

Leslie Rutledge

LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge announced the filing of a Stipulated Final Judgment and Order against central Arkansas owner Andrew Gamber; Voyager Financial Group, LLC; BAIC, Inc.; and SoBell Corp. for the brokering of contracts that offer high-interest credit to veterans in exchange for investors illegally acquiring rights to receive future pension payments. These businesses and their former owner are permanently prohibited from offering these illegal agreements.

Camp Robinson Live Fire Training

Camp Robinson

The Arkansas National Guard is conducting live-fire training on Camp Robinson Thursday and Friday.

Live-fire training will take place on a range located in the northcentral portion of the facility.

Walmart Beats Expectations

Walmart Home Office

Amid trade wars, negative yield curves in the bond market and recent mass shootings in two of its stores, Walmart delivered strong second-quarter results.

Car-Mart Beats Earnings Estimate By 27%


America’s Car-Mart Inc. beat earnings and revenue expectations in the first quarter of fiscal 2020 as it looks to open more dealerships in the year.

Dillard’s Posts $40.7 Million Loss


Little Rock-based Dillard’s, Inc. went backwards in the second quarter as the upscale retailer saw a decline in same-store and total merchandise sales as increasing markdowns and lukewarm purchases of ladies’ apparel and accessories cut into profits.

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