NORTH LITTLE ROCK — A small maritime museum on the banks of the Arkansas River, which has been visited by more than 200,000 people since it opened nine years ago, will be expanding soon in several directions.
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LITTLE ROCK — The much-improved relationship between President Obama and Bill Clinton has contributed significantly to Hillary Clinton’s perceived strength as a candidate should she choose to run for president, according to the authors of the bestselling book “Game Change” which chronicles the 2008 presidential race.
LITTLE ROCK — Sleet and ice covered most of Arkansas Friday as a winter storm moved across the state, causing thousands of power outages and wrecks.
LITTLE ROCK — The state Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a Randolph County man’s 2012 conviction of four counts of capital murder and one count of kidnapping.
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Health Insurance Marketplace Board of Directors voted Thursday to begin advertising for an executive director, a position the board hopes to fill next spring.
LITTLE ROCK — Following record-breaking high temperatures on Wednesday, temperatures plummeted into the low 40s Thursday and were predicted to drop further as a winter blast made its way across Arkansas.
LITTLE ROCK — An Ashley County man’s conviction and two life sentences for the death of a pregnant woman and her unborn child in a two-car wreck in 2010 was upheld by the Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday.
LITTLE ROCK — The lack of a reauthorized farm bill is getting critical for Arkansas farmers who need to apply for crop loans, the president of Arkansas Farm Bureau said Wednesday.
LITTLE ROCK — All high school football playoff games, including three state championship games at War Memorial Stadium, have been postponed a week because of a winter storm that is bearing down on Arkansas, the executive director of the Arkansas Activities Association said Wednesday.
LITTLE ROCK — Continuing an emerging theme in his re-election campaign, U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., referenced the Bible on Wednesday in a speech in Little Rock and in a new television ad that began airing statewide.