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Little Rock 1 of 10 with sobriety court; with 6 participants, program aids hard-core DWI offenders

For the past seven months, Wardell Robinson Jr. has become a regular at the Pulaski County District Court. Two or three times a week he goes in, high-fiving security guards on his way to Judge Wayne Gruber's chambers.

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Tornado injures 6 people, damages homes in state

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, according to the National Weather Service.

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Pulaski County agenda includes recycling; garbage fees rise $4.22 under plan

The Pulaski County Quorum Court will soon vote on a proposal that would tack an extra $4.22 onto monthly garbage collection rates and allow the roll-out of curbside recycling carts to county residents.

Proposed HUD cutback worries officials in state

Proposed budget cuts released Thursday morning by the White House have caused some hand-wringing among public housing officials in Arkansas, who noted a 13.2 percent proposed cut for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

In talk, county's exec sets '17 goals

Recycling service among objectives

Pulaski County Judge Barry Hyde celebrated last year's accomplishments and laid out this year's goals in his annual State of the County address Tuesday.

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Former Pulaski County employee set to get new mental test in theft case

A former Pulaski County employee who faces several counts of insurance fraud and theft was granted a repeat mental evaluation Monday after a recently completed one found she did not lack capacity at the time of the crimes.

Board's sewage permit vote off

Developer asks for time to think

Developers of the proposed Mountain Valley Subdivision have asked the Little Rock Board of Directors to defer a vote on a permit application for a wastewater treatment plant planned in west Pulaski County.

Private sewage plant in west Pulaski County due for vote

Neighborhood groups, Little Rock planners oppose developer’s plan

The Little Rock Board of Directors on Tuesday will consider a contentious proposal for a permit to build a private sewage treatment plant along a waterway in west Pulaski County.

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Eighth grader wins Arkansas spelling bee || QUIZ: Test your spelling skills

‘Chasuble’ seals 8th-grader’s victory

About 60 elementary and middle schoolers took to a Conway stage Saturday morning for 15 rounds of competition to find Arkansas' 2017 State Spelling Bee champion.

Pulaski County collector visits radio station, 5 other businesses to settle tax debts

The Pulaski County tax collector pounded the pavement Friday in an attempt to collect seriously delinquent taxes from businesses.

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