LITTLE ROCK — Republican Asa Hutchinson and Democrat Mike Ross traded barbs Friday in a forum for the major-party gubernatorial candidates, with Hutchinson accusing Ross of lacking credibility and Ross accusing Hutchinson of being dishonest.
LITTLE ROCK — The number of homes sold in Arkansas increased by more than 10 percent in June compared with a year earlier, and the average price of homes sold decreased by less than 2 percent, the Arkansas Realtors Association said Friday.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK — Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney said Thursday that bringing real change to Washington means electing someone to the Senate like Tom Cotton who will stand up to President Barack Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.
LITTLE ROCK — Seven months after approving a settlement to end decades of desegregation payments to three school districts in Pulaski County, a federal judge on Thursday officially dismissed two of the districts from the lawsuit that led to the payments.
LITTLE ROCK — A sex-offender label for driver’s licenses and an end to parole eligibility for sex offenders are among the proposals that state Rep. Nate Steel said Thursday would be in his legislative package as attorney general.
Chances are you couldn’t pick his face out of a lineup, but everybody recognizes Don Pardo’s sonorous baritone voice. The long-time Saturday Night Live announcer died Monday at Tucson, Ariz. He was 96.
Before the ink is dry on the police report, many people are rushing to tell us what they know about Robin Williams, his addictions, his mental illness and his failure to show gratitude the successes his life brought him.
The New York Times broke the news to us Tuesday: Russian hackers have amassed more than 1 billion (yes, with a B) Internet passwords. And you thought the Target hack — 40 million credit card numbers and 70 million other pieces of personal information — was a problem.