Burkhalter Resigns From Highway Commission To Focus On Lt. Governor Race

Legislative Memo Outlines Public School Employee Insurance Changes

Fourth District Hopefuls Follow Party Line On Federal Budget Impasse

AG Approves Medical Marijuana Proposal

Clinton Speaks At Greers Ferry Dam 50th Anniversary

Cook: Tim Griffin Steps In It During Capitol Hill Lockdown

The Arkansas JFK Experience Turns 50

Arkansas was one of the last public appearances before the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963. On the 50th anniversary of his visit...

Cong. Womack Says It’s Time To Get To Debt Ceiling Debate

Education Commissioner: School Furloughs Not Expected In Arkansas

September Gains Boost Year-to-date State Tax Collections

Despite Glitches, Health Insurance Officials Encouraged

Clinton, Beebe, U.S. Chamber Tout ‘Hire Our Heroes’ Jobs Fair

Against the backdrop of thousands of federal workers on unpaid furlough today, President Bill Clinton and Arkansas Governor Mike Beebe joined the U.S. Chamber of...

Cook: Tom Cotton’s Big Lies

Tolbert: Conservative Groups Jump Into State Senate GOP Primary

Health Insurance Marketplace To Go Live Tuesday

While the federal budget in Washington, D.C. shuts down over health care funding, the health insurance market in Arkansas is about to open a new...

Up To 2,000 Arkansas Workers Could Be Affected By Federal Government Shutdown

Brummett: On Health Care And A Federal Government Shutdown

Sen. Pryor: House Has Become ‘Drama City’

U.S. Senator Mark Pryor (D) said he's tired of the drama that has engulfed Washington, D.C. politics and he wants to see Congress function in...

Education Chair, School Administrators Chief Discuss Insurance Crisis

Will The Cows Come Home?