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Withdrawing case to add county group, lawyers say
An alliance of Arkansas cities pulled its federal lawsuit against the makers and distributors of addictive opioid drugs on Wednesday, a day after filing it, saying it needs more time to add groups to its coalition.
A civil-rights case centered around the 2016 jailing of an Arkansas foster child without a warrant was settled last week in federal court.
Little Rock police officers arrested a father accused in a shooting Thursday that wounded his adult son in the leg, authorities said.
Fewer infants died in their sleep and more children are being adopted this year, but other figures -- like the doubling of firearm fatalities -- prove that efforts to improve child health in Arkansas must continue, officials told lawmakers Wednesday.
An Arkansas deputy prosecuting attorney ordered the jailing of a foster child without reason last year, a federal lawsuit says.
Most Arkansas youths thrown in juvenile jail last year were nonviolent offenders, a newly released state report shows.
Law grants more naloxone access in Arkansas; overdose-reversal drug now available without prescription
Arkansans can now buy the lifesaving drug naloxone without a prescription at pharmacies across the state -- thanks to a new law intended to curb fatal opioid overdoses.
The cause of a Sunday morning fire that destroyed a nearly 60-year-old church in Arkansas remains unclear.
2 boys nabbed in Lewisville spent 12 hours on the run
Two teenagers broke out of a state-run youth lockup last week, prompting officials to fire one of the jail's supervisors.
Governor unveils privatization plan
All seven state-operated youth lockups will be privatized next year, Gov. Asa Hutchinson announced during a Monday news conference.