First-phase funding match needed for LR-Hot Springs route
Pulaski County Quorum Court will take the first vote today towards a project that would construct a hike-and-bike trail connecting Little Rock and Hot Springs.
Representatives for Jermain Taylor informed the judge that Taylor was in Florida, with no money and no intention of making his afternoon hearing in Little Rock.
Saline County plans to give old ones
Pulaski County voters who experienced long lines during last year's general election can expect some relief during next year's midterm primary elections.
Injured by officer who had violent past, ex-inmate says
The Pulaski County sheriff's office and two of its former deputies have been named in a federal excessive-force lawsuit that says an inmate was permanently crippled by a deputy who, the suit says, had a history of violent behavior.
Child rapist who repeatedly stabbed Arkansas jailer pleads guilty, says he renounces U.S. citizenship
Hot Spring County inmate knifed escort in hospital elevator
Pulaski County Circuit Judge Chris Piazza doled out decades of prison time to a man who pleaded guilty Tuesday morning to repeatedly stabbing an officer while in custody last summer.
A Little Rock man pleaded no contest Monday to a 2015 shooting on an elementary school campus that injured two people.
Evicting 31 who owe total of $47,851, it says
Little Rock's public housing authority reported nearly $50,000 in unmet rental payments and fees during the first quarter of 2017, the highest shortfall in recent years.
Notice of appeal over city’s zone-permit denial is filed
A Little Rock developer hoping to build a high-density subdivision is asking a judge to reverse a city decision last month that nixed his construction plans.
Long wait times for services still an issue
Days after U.S. Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin warned the nation of the "critical condition" of the federal agency, VA leaders in the state outlined their facilities' strides and shortcomings.
New law eases path for election
After years of fighting a longstanding liquor sales ban in Jacksonville and Sherwood, city officials in Pulaski County’s two neighboring cities are preparing for what they believe is their best opportunity to usher in alcohol sales to a “dry” pocket in an otherwise “wet” county.