Pulaski County is paying more attention to potential conflicts of interest in the contracts it awards.
Former President Bill Clinton took the stage Saturday evening in downtown Little Rock with a message of hope to a national group of black public administrators.
Pulaski County Justice of the Peace Tyler Denton is challenging a detail in the Quorum Court's rule book that he believes gives County Judge Barry Hyde too much power over the county's legislative process.
Community appealed petition’s rejection last year, then watched 2 judges recuse
Having languished in circuit court limbo for more than a year, the appeal case of Little Italy's incorporation is still waiting for its day in court.
White House talk of a national tax-code rewrite has caused hand-wringing among some housing developers in Arkansas and across the nation.
Re-enactors help start 2 years of memorials to Great War
The mock Arkansas Gazette newspapers circulating in front of the Old State House were dated April 8, 1917, their banners bearing the headline "House, early this morning, declares that a state of war exists between U.S. and Germany."
Joy White thought it was a joke when a lottery official went into her One Stop convenience store in Stuttgart on April Fools' Day to tell her she had sold the highest-winning lottery ticket in state history.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against Little Rock by two men who were arrested while protesting outside an abortion clinic in the city in 2012.
Keep lethal drug secret, AG insists
Attorneys for two death-row inmates filed two petitions Wednesday seeking to halt their executions next month while Arkansas' attorney general argued in a separate case that prison officials should not be forced to disclose information about the drugs used in lethal injections.
Monthly sanitation rate up to $26.58
The Pulaski County Quorum Court approved the addition of recycling services for the 17,700 residents living in the unincorporated areas of the county.