LITTLE ROCK — Three ethics complaints against Pine Bluff School Board President Henry Dabner were dismissed Friday by the Arkansas Ethics Commission.
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LITTLE ROCK — The campaign of Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Conner Eldridge said Friday it raised about $290,000 in the second quarter of 2016.
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Ethics Commission on Friday dismissed a complaint alleging that Gov. Asa Hutchinson violated ethics laws by campaigning for a state legislative candidate during regular office hours.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas’ June unemployment rate was 3.8 percent, the same rate as the previous month, according to labor statistics released Friday.
LITTLE ROCK — Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Conner Eldridge said Thursday he will take a debate truck and two podiums to Rogers on Saturday to make it “easy” for Republican incumbent John Boozman to meet him for a debate.
LITTLE ROCK — The board of directors of USA Rice, a national organization that advocates for the rice industry, said Thursday it has chosen an Arkansas rice merchant to be its new chairman.
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday denied a request from a group of condemned inmates to reconsider its recent decision upholding the state’s lethal-injection law.
LITTLE ROCK — A federal jury Wednesday found Warm Springs businessman Ted Suhl guilty of four out of six counts against him in what prosecutors said was a scheme to bribe a high-ranking Arkansas official.
LITTLE ROCK — The state Ethics Commission has scheduled a hearing for Friday on an ethics complaint against Gov. Asa Hutchinson.
LITTLE ROCK — Attorney General Leslie Rutledge said Tuesday she has joined a 15-state coalition in urging Congress to rein in federal agencies’ use of “guidance” documents to impose regulations on states.