Casino backers use highways, roads as enticement
Give backers of a proposed new constitutional amendment credit.
What might 2018’s midterm elections hold for Arkansas?
Jones victory offers little certainty for Democrats
The election last week of a Democrat in ruby-red Alabama to the U.S. Senate suggests to some that political upheaval is coming in 2018.
Highway leaders toss out possible funding approach
State highway officials have come up with an alternative plan to fund needed projects.
Federal funding for insurance program still at risk
The clock continues to tick toward demise of a critical federal program that helps insure children and pregnant women in Arkansas and all over the country.
Off-field student achievements deserve commendation
The conversation has already changed. The focus now is on who the next head football coach of the Arkansas Razorbacks might be.
Supporters mark Arkansan’s election to presidency
In every sense of the word, there was a reunion in Little Rock last weekend as people from Arkansas and elsewhere gathered to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Clinton presidency.
State’s fight to kill inmate tied up in court rulings
Arkansas' latest effort to execute an inmate got stymied last week.
Answers on death penalty, marriage reveal strong lean
The latest Arkansas Poll reaffirmed how conservative the state's electorate is.
More details reflect serious threat of interference
Breaking national news has certainly refocused attention on just how much influence Russia had on the 2016 U.S. presidential election.