LITTLE ROCK — A bill to extend authority to spend federal money on highway projects for three more months passed in the House on Wednesday with the support of all four members from Arkansas.
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LITTLE ROCK — A proposed settlement in a lawsuit over a 2013 oil spill in Mayflower is fair, adequate, reasonable and consistent with the Clean Water Act, the U.S. Justice Department argued in a filing Wednesday in federal court in Little Rock.
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department said Wednesday it has completed a yearlong study on ways to improve Interstate 30 in Little Rock and North Little Rock.
LITTLE ROCK — The state Board of Corrections voted Wednesday to end a pilot program that allowed the city of Mountain Home to put state prison inmates to work as laborers.
RUSSELLVILLE — May 2015 was a good month for the northwest Arkansas economy, according to the latest data from the Arkansas Tech Business Index.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK — Officials held a groundbreaking ceremony here Wednesday on a new state veterans home to replace one that was closed in 2012.
LITTLE ROCK — Nearly 7,500 jobs would have been created or retained by highway projects that the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department has pulled this year, AHTD Director Scott Bennett said Tuesday.
LITTLE ROCK — Lt. Gov. Tim Griffin said Tuesday he believes Arkansas should make changes to the Common Core State Standards and give them a new name.
LITTLE ROCK — Attorney General Leslie Rutledge said Tuesday her office has won a $194,500 default judgment against a company that failed to respond to a federal lawsuit alleging violations of consumer-protection laws.
FORT SMITH — To a round of cheers, the Fort Smith School Board voted 7-0 to retire Southside High School’s Rebel mascot and “Dixie” fight song Monday night.