Maumelle police say a 17-year-old shot in the head Friday at a Maumelle apartment died Sunday from the wound.
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KARK reports on a hospital interview with one of those wounded in a late night club shooting in Little Rock who said security checks were made of those entering.
Good news. The strawberry crop is in.
New York Times reports today on the trickery of the tobacco lobby in advancing the cause of e-cigarettes and vaping, including recent legislation in Arkansas.
Three people were shot in a nightclub fight on West Roosevelt early this morning.
The Arkansas Times has unveiled a new website. This means a few days without the comment function, but be patient. It will return.
Think Progress reports on the results of 13 states, including Arkansas, requiring drug testing for recpients of a welfare program known as Temporary Assistance for Needy Families. It's a waste of money.
The 25th edition of the Arkansas Times Academic All-Star Team was another impressive assembly of Arkansas high school seniors.
Arkansas news roundup for Friday, April 26.
Planning commission recommends Heights neighborhood tree ordinance for approval by board of directors
At a Little Rock Planning Commission meeting on Thursday afternoon, commissioners unanimously voted to recommend the city board of directors approve an ordinance presented by the Heights Neighborhood Association that would create a design overlay district in the Heights.
The Kansas Supreme Court today ruled that the state Constitution protects a woman's right to abortion, a decision that will drive a push to amend that state's constitution.The case has some relevance to Arkansas.
A third federal judge has found constitutional problems with a state law, this time in Texas, aimed at punishing those who won't pledge not to participate in boycotts against Israel.
The Satanic Temple, among those challenging religious statuary on the state Capitol grounds, can now claim discrimination as a church denied a place for its Baphomet statue equivalent to that given the Christian Ten Commandments.
A federal judge in Washington has blocked a Trump administration rule aimed at crippling health providers of family planning services who also provide or even talk about abortion.
The newly released file on the investigation of a police officer's fatal shooting of Bradley Blackshire indicates he has no memory or "blacked out" in the critical moments when the shooting began.
A federal court jury in Little Rock has convicted Rodrigo Pineda Gomez, 44, of charges related to the assault of three U.S. airmen in Japan.
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Attorney General Leslie Rutledge has announced the arrest of Chirie Bazzelle, owner of New Beginnings Behavioral Health Services, on Medicaid fraud charges related in part to contracts with others arrested previously in the sprawling public corruption probe involving Preferred Family Healthcare.
Attorney General Leslie Rutledge has filed a lawsuit in Pulaski Circuit Court against opioid distributors Cardinal Health, McKesson Corporation and AmerisourceBergen Drug Corporation.