LITTLE ROCK — A state law requiring judges to forfeit their retirement benefits if they continue to serve after the term in which they turn 70 is unconstitutional, an attorney for a group of Arkansas lawyers argued Thursday before the state Supreme Court.
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LITTLE ROCK — The state Supreme Court on Thursday accepted the voluntary surrender of a Fort Smith lawyer’s Arkansas law license in lieu of disciplinary proceedings.
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Legislature gave final approval Thursday to a $5.3 billion budget for the next fiscal year, completing the regular business of the fiscal session — but lawmakers will have more work to do later this month in a special session on highway funding and other issues.
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Parole Board said Thursday it has created a searchable online database of inmates who have upcoming parole hearings.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas will receive $3 million under a new federal grant program aimed at creating and preserving affordable housing, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development said Wednesday.
PINE BLUFF — The body of a Gould teenager who had been missing since Sunday was recovered Wednesday morning from a canal in Lincoln County.
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas House and Senate approved legislation Wednesday setting out a $5.3 billion state budget for the next fiscal year.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas revenues for April were up 6 percent from last year and nearly 6 percent above forecast, the state’s fiscal office said Tuesday.
LITTLE ROCK — A proposal to limit how public welfare recipients can use their benefits cleared a legislative panel and was adopted by the House on Tuesday as an amendment to a budget bill, but it was unclear whether the bill could get out of the House with the amendment attached.
LITTLE ROCK — A claim for $15,000 in damages filed by the convicted killer of a Central Arkansas real estate agent has been denied, a legislative panel was told Monday.