Interviews are schedule in July and August.
A fentanyl overdose death has been added to charges filed in a federal investigation.
Free speech, in practice and in peril, figures in a lot of news today.
Arkansas appears at the epicenter of bad virus news.
Black Arkansans have been celebrating it for more than 100 years — and not just in June.
Arrest of city director for refusing to leave scene of police encounter prompts lawsuit.
State Police are using a controversial technique to stop fleeing motorists more, but won't talk about sufficiency of training.
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette publisher Walter Hussman: No regrets for his role in driving Nikole Hannah-Jones away from journalism school named for him
Cue Edith Piaf. Walter Hussman has no regrets for the embarassment he caused his alma mater. Meanwhile, a local reporter who broke the story gets at its essence.
A Democrat with election experience seeks to be the state's top election official.
Little Rock to seek financing for park improvements, new fire truck; entertainment districts also approved
The Little Rock Board of Directors has voted to allow the city to take out a short-term loan to pay for park improvements, a new fire truck, mobile radios for the police department and more. The city will seek $5.9 million in financing.
Bad COVID news; a funeral worth noting, and BBQ for the horses. All in the news roundup.
More people getting seriously ill and the governor announces a push to get more people vaccinated.
A large crowd was on hand for the funeral of teen killed in Lonoke County traffic stop. "Justice for Hunter," speaks said repeatedly.
A memorial service at Beebe High School today for Hunter Brittain, 17, the McRae youth shot to death during a traffic stop by a Lonoke County deputy, will join the ongoing national discussion of police practices.
UPDATE: Nikole Hannah-Jones declines job at University of North Carolina. Statement faults Democrat-Gazette publisher for his role.
UNC can take its half-hearted job offer and, well, you know. In declining, the 1619 Project creator also has some choice words for an Arkansas newspaper publisher.
Drew Pritt announces another political bid.
Despite a holiday weekend, the upward movement in COVID numbers is unabated.
UAMS dean warns of tough days ahead for Arkansas hospitals.
Happy 4th. Try not to think about a raging virus and politicians infringing your freedoms.
Asa triangulates on Guard deployment on CNN; thinks state vaccination effort sufficient to prevent 'third surge'
In which the governor walks a fine line between right-wing Republicanism and Trumplicanism.