A final rush to become Arkansas’ peddlars of marijuana
Applicants have shown up by the hundreds to get in on Arkansas' newest business opportunity.
Program’s funding could get lost among Congress’ debates
Time is running out for a critical federal program that serves 120,000 Arkansas kids.
Trump, Sessions pull plug on child immigrants
Unfortunately, the Trump administration on Tuesday moved to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program.
Trump’s pardon of Arpaio defies concept of accountability
The president of the United States pardoned an 85-year-old former Arizona county sheriff, an old man the president praised as a "patriot" who was just doing his job.
Mostly ignored statues now reflecting national divide
The comparison might sound a bit trivial, given the weight of debate over the lingering images of the Confederacy in this state and nation. But here goes, nonetheless.
Concealed carry coming to campuses, but not yet
Concealed carry weapons are coming to Arkansas' college campuses, but their lawful carry will be delayed somewhat.
Is immigration change fodder for presidential ambition?
The first question is why.
Survey shows opening, however slight, in congressional races
A poll question posed recently to Arkansas voters indicated only 36 percent of them would definitely re-elect their respective congressmen.
In a few months, Arkansans shift views on Trump
Recently released polling in Arkansas shows President Donald Trump starting to lose favor with an electorate that gave him a huge win last November.
Scott Trotter is nothing, if not persistent.