Special Projects and Political Editor
Europe, attitude changes having its way in U.S.
What little difference it makes who is in office. Arkansas just gave a glaring example of that.
Counts added in kickback indictment
FAYETTEVILLE -- Attorneys for three men indicted on charges they arranged kickbacks in return for state grants entered innocent pleas for their clients Monday to a revised set of allegations in the case.
The chairman of the Arkansas Veterans Commission hosted a refresher course on the state's Freedom of Information Act at his first commission meeting last week and pledged to follow the law's requirements.
Northwest Arkansas' regional wastewater utility has attracted a new customer.
Pining for “civil discourse” that never was
President Barack Obama got called some very impolite things at congressional forums around here. That went on for eight years.
An amended indictment removes one against former state Sen. Jon Woods and adds four charges against him and his alleged co-conspirators in a kickback scheme.
FAYETTEVILLE — An amended indictment adds four more charges and removes one against former Sen. Jon Woods, R-Springdale, his alleged co-conspirators in a bribery scheme, but the charges add detail to allegations already made, court documents show.
The chairman of the Arkansas Veterans Commission hosted a refresher course on the state's Freedom of Information Act at his first commission meeting Tuesday and pledged to follow the law's requirements.
So many flawlessly done executions doubtful
Ido not oppose the death penalty. Two of my reasons were named Richard Wayne Snell and Jonas Hoten Whitmore.
Congressman says he supports president
Rep. Steve Womack of Rogers was booed repeatedly Thursday while repeating a series of positions that won him his seat in Congress by large margins in every election since 2010.