LITTLE ROCK — U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., an outspoken opponent of the president’s nuclear deal with Iran, met Monday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem during a weeklong trip to Israel.
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LITTLE ROCK — Former Little Rock School District Superintendent Dexter Suggs no longer holds a doctorate degree, the district said Monday.
LITTLE ROCK — A federal appeals court on Monday upheld a judge’s ruling that the Blytheville School District properly denied requests from several parents to transfer their white children out of the district.
LITTLE ROCK — Although the Army Corps of Engineers closed Murray Lock on the Arkansas River Sunday so workers could “dewater” it to assess and repair the downstream lock gates, workers could not dewater the lock because maintenance issues made installation of a temporary dam impossible.
LITTLE ROCK —The University of Arkansas on Monday announced a new policy banning the use of unmanned aircraft, or drones, on university property or within the university’s air rights without prior written approval.
LITTLE ROCK —Thirteen Arkansas airports will share $8.5 million in grants from the Federal Aviation Administration for facility upgrades and expansions, Arkansas’ congressional delegation announced Monday.
LITTLE ROCK —The Democratic Party of Arkansas has hired a Montana man as its new executive director.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas is receiving a steady stream of visits from presidential hopefuls in advance of the 2016 elections, but opinions differ on the reasons behind the state’s heightened visibility to candidates.
LITTLE ROCK — A 2013 Arkansas law allows a person to openly carry a handgun as long as he or she does so without intent to use it unlawfully against another person and does not violate any other gun law, Attorney General Leslie Rutledge said in an opinion Friday.
LITTLE ROCK — A Benton man has filed a class-action lawsuit against a Canadian website created to help married people find partners for extramarital affairs.