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At this time of year, farmers in Arkansas should have better things to dwell on than whether they will get paid for the grain they've already sold.
Conservative filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza on Saturday cited the illegal immigration crisis as an example of how the Obama administration is exploiting American good will for political gain.
Enhanced Medicaid funding made available under the 2010 health care overhaul law would allow Arkansas to move 2,800 people with developmental disabilities off a waiting list for home-based services, such as help with daily living tasks, the director of the Arkansas Department of Human Services told lawmakers Thursday.
This spring I visited Premiere Speakers Bureau's recently renovated office space in Franklin to be surprised once again with the level of business established in Middle Tennessee.
According to a new poll of possible GOP candidates , Christie is in a strong second place behind Gov. Mike Huckabee .
It's "all fine and good" that Arab League nations are giving minimal support to the effort to stop ISIS/ISIL, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee told Fox News on Thursday.
U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor launched a coalition Thursday to tout his positions supporting raising Arkansas' minimum wage and pay equity as he tries to turn out the women's vote in his re-election campaign.
Six stakeholder groups went back-and-forth Thursday for several hours on the economic impact of the Environmental Protection Agency's pending regulations to reduce carbon emissions from existing power plants in Arkansas.
In Arkansas there are 2,800 people working their way up a list, hoping to get a waiver for at home or community care for the severely disabled.
The day after Mitt Romney opened the door to another possible presidential run, a new poll shows he has a huge lead among likely 2016 Iowa Republican caucus voters.
Perhaps Rep. Tom Cotton would care to revise his statement about who Obamacare "drove up the cost of [a ] health insurance premiums."
Fifty-two Monticello residents are calling on the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department to "take out" Dead Man's Curve.
That number is up seven percent since May. When comparing possible Republican presidential contenders in the first-in-the-nation voting state, Perry ties for fourth with another Texan - U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz - each with 10 percent.
Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor invoked the Ebola outbreak in a new television ad unveiled this week criticizing his Republican rival over a vote against medical disaster funding, injecting fears about the deadly disease into an already intense race.
An unexpected issue popped up in the Arkansas Senate race this week -- Ebola. Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., released an ad titled "Emergency Response," highlighting the recent Ebola outbreak, saying his opponent Rep. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., voted against funding for medical disaster aid.
Updated: Sun Aug 31, 2014 11:38 pm
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