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Other providers will fill the void Preferred Family Healthcare leaves behind, often using the same staff, the president of the Arkansas Youth Services Providers Association said.
Lawmakers pick who gets to make a case
A legislative committee would not let a bunch of Arkansas parents speak during a three-hour meeting on child safety in our public schools.
Administrators told veterans on Monday that it will take six months to verify the diagnoses of a pathologist who officials say did work while impaired.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Checking an impaired pathologist's work will take six months, veterans were told today in Fayetteville. Even an immediate review would be too late for some, audience members replied at a town hall meeting.
The state began closing down the first three of its 16 contracts with Preferred Family Healthcare on Friday, after a year and a half of scandals that include convictions of four former lawmakers on corruption charges.
No better than 1968? Really?
Two out of five Americans think life was better for people like them 50 years ago, according to a recent survey.
Arkansas taxpayers can make a good case for reclaiming state grants to Ecclesia College obtained through kickbacks, a University of Arkansas School of Law professor said.
EUREKA SPRINGS -- The minimum starting salary for a teacher should be raised from $31,800 to $36,000*, and his administration will commit to that if he is re-elected, Gov. Asa Hutchinson said Friday during his first debate with rival candidates.
Social conservatives complete the bargain
"For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?"
Repulsive policy yields predictable results
Here are some cold truths.