2 hrs ago
The City Wire
Dassault announces $60 million expansion of Little Rock operation
Dassault Falcon Jet broke ground on its new $60 million completion facility in Little Rock.
8 hrs ago
Arkansas lottery collects $1 million in taxes and child support
Did you know that state law requires the Arkansas Lottery to help collect unpaid taxes and child support? The lottery issued a release noting it has collected $1 million in such debts in its five years of existence, along with $500 million for college scholarships.
9 hrs ago
Why Mitt fits the times
My essay last week here at The Hill, " Suddenly Mitt Romney ," has been cited in the British press and a rash of articles on Romney have appeared, even one in the liberal online magazine Slate , urging him to run.
18 hrs ago
Clinton School Study highlights economic impact of civil legal aid
A team of graduate students conducted research to help Arkansas Access to Justice Commission calculate the economic impact of civil legal aid services in Arkansas provided by the state's two legal aid providers: the Center for Arkansas Legal Services, which serves 44 counties in central, western, and southern Arkansas; and Legal Aid of Arkansas, ... (more)
Mon Sep 01, 2014
The City Wire
Arkansas environmental director says state has flexibility with EPA plan
Arkansas' efforts to grapple with a new EPA rule that will have a huge impact on the economy is still in the education phase and one key regulator says it's "too early" to tell which direction the state may go in complying with the rule.
Crooks and Liars
Man Of God Huckabee Hates Regulations On Fronts For Money Laundering
Huckabee really believes it is just plain un-American for barely legal businesses to suffer any scrutiny under Operation Choke Point.
Sun Aug 31, 2014
Don't Miss Another Chance
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.
Capitol Hill Arkansans take on the ice buckets
Most members of Arkansas' congressional delegation have willingly had ice water poured over themselves to raise money to fight Lou Gehrig's disease.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
D'Souza: Obama Exploits America's Decency for Political Gain
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.
Obama and Clinton cast shadows on Arkansas election
VOTE DRIVER: Will Mike Ross, once a driver for Bill Clinton in his early Arkansas campaigns, drive voters with Bill Clinton? Politico's Josh Gerstein examines the influence of Barack Obama and Bill Clinton on the election in Arkansas this year Unless you live in a cave, you know that the Republican strategy, from Tom Cotton and Asa Hutchinson on ... (more)
Fri Aug 29, 2014
DHS: Let Medicaid aid 2,800 disabled
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.
Photo of the Week: Creating spaces
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.
Christie gets good news from Iowa
According to a new poll of possible GOP candidates , Christie is in a strong second place behind Gov. Mike Huckabee .
Cybercast News Service
Huckabee to Arabs: 'Get Out of Your Palaces...and Stop This Nonsense Yourself'
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.
Benton County OKs Training For Juvenile Probation Staff
Benton County's justices of the peace Thursday earmarked $17,800 so the the county's juvenile probation staff can go to California and Oregon to observe model facilities in those states.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Pryor launches women's issues coalition
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.
The City Wire
Arkansas stakeholders debate impact of proposed - Clean Power Plan'
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.
KATV Little Rock
Families plead with legislators to adopt CFCO
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.
Unaccompanied children pose little risk of spreading infectious disease
The Arkansas Department of Health, along with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, has concluded that unaccompanied children who have arrived in the state from Central America pose little risk of spreading infectious diseases to the public.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Poll: Romney breaks away in Iowa
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.