LITTLE ROCK — The Fayetteville City Council early Wednesday approved an ordinance that includes protections against discrimination based on sexual orientation.
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LITTLE ROCK — The state Lottery Commission voted Wednesday to close three regional claim centers in Springdale, Jonesboro and Camden, a move that lottery officials said could save as much as $381,000 a year.
LITTLE ROCK — U.S. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy said Wednesday the Keystone pipeline project highlights the differences between Arkansas’ Republican and Democratic 2nd District congressional candidates.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas’ high school graduating class of 2014 took the ACT college entrance exam in higher numbers and on average scored higher than the 2013 senior class, the state Department of Education said Wednesday in a news release.
PINE BLUFF — An Arkansas-based company announced plans Wednesday to build a $130 million plant in the Jefferson Industrial Park to manufacture wood pellets for the European market.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas is “ground zero” in the battle to win a Republican majority in the U.S. Senate, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said here Tuesday.
LITTLE ROCK — Republican candidate for state treasurer Dennis Milligan on Tuesday unveiled a “best practices” plan for the office that includes a blind bidding process.
WASHINGTON — Arkansas law enforcement agencies have received more than $34.2 million worth of M-16 rifles, armored vehicles, grenade launchers and other military gear similar to that spotlighted in confrontations in Ferguson, Mo.
LITTLE ROCK — Legislative support may be lacking for a proposal to raise money for a new prison by increasing the decal fee that Arkansas motorists pay when renewing their license plates, the chairman of the Senate Committee on State Agencies and Governmental Affairs said Tuesday.
FORT SMITH — U.S. Sens. John Boozman and Jim Inhofe told western Arkansas officials that building transportation infrastructure is a constitutional obligation.