Prosecutors are required to disclose material that can undermine a police officer's credibility in court, so how many liars are documented on Pulaski County's three largest law enforcement forces?
Governor Asa Hutchinson made the announcement on Thursday.
The governor's plan addressed prison overcrowding and reentry programs.
The money would go towards building and renovating four high schools in the district.
A state senator from Faulkner County is taking some criticism for suggesting using nuclear weapons in the fight against ISIS.
He wants to make sure our children are performing at the optimal levels and their performance can be measured on a national comparison.
The sponsor is a former prosecutor and judge who says the system is broken.
The 16-member Council will be comprised of educators, parents, business leaders, and students from all over the state, all of whom will be appointed by the governor.
An Arkansas organization is asking law enforcement agencies to remove a sex offender's full address from public websites.
Shop online from Little Rock, pay extra for taxes. That was what some city board of directors pushed for at an agenda meeting on Tuesday.
A nearly $400 fee could soon be coming to the small city of about 400 homes inside the city of Little Rock.
A law that supporters say is designed to protect religious freedom passed a House committee on Tuesday, despite concerns about its impact.
Some lawmakers want Arkansas added to the list of legislatures calling for a "Convention of the States."
Some county officials feel it's necessary, but others say they're overstepping their bounds.
Former Arkansas Governor and 2008 presidential candidate, Mike Huckabee, wrapped up his 14-state book tour in his home state Sunday night.
Governor Asa Hutchinson's proposal for a cut on income tax for the middle class received the green light. The cut adding up to roughly $102 million a year.
Store owners say they're having trouble keeping beer and wine on the shelves.
Senator Tom Cotton delivered strong comments Thursday on the issue of detaining accused terrorists and closing Guantanamo Bay.
A controversial bill allowing guns on college campuses comes to a deadlock and fails in a house committee.
The Court has asked the parties to provide authority for which justices should sit on the case.
On Tuesday, the United States Senate passed a bill aimed at helping veterans struggling with suicide and mental health problems.
If passed, it will allow yoga instruction studios to operate without a license but instead pay a fee.
In a packed room of spectators, supporters of Governor Asa Hutchinson's healthcare plan made their case.
A bill allowing the families of victims to watch executions passed the Arkansas House Monday. It was filed by a state representative with first-hand knowledge of what those families go through.
State lawmaker plans to renew effort to split day honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert E. Lee. On Monday, he asked for the Legislative Black Caucus' support.
Inauguration ushers in "New Day in Arkansas."
Hour-long Inaugural Prayer Service at Immanuel Baptist Church in Little Rock held Tuesday morning.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson, Lt. Gov. Tim Griffin, and others took the oath of office Tuesday morning at the State Capitol.
"As governor, I want people to work; and when they work, they should be better off; and when they work hard enough, they should move up the economic ladder. These are common-sense values that give Arkansans hope for a better life."
Swearing-in ceremonies get the 90th General Assembly under way.
The 72nd annual Coon Supper is a go-to event for politicians running for office. However, organizers said this year's supper was slightly different from others in the past.
The new Arkansas U.S. Senator is the only freshman member of the Armed Services Committee to hold such a role.
Tim Griffin urges supporters to ‘Stop by and celebrate this historic day with us.’
Events are set for Rogers, Fort Smith, Jonesboro and El Dorado.
Attorney General Dustin McDaniel explains state's appeal had to be filed by Dec. 26.
Brigadier General Mark H. Berry named to the post.
The incoming governor has also announced an agency director he wants to remain in the position.
The 46th elected governor of Arkansas takes office on Jan. 13.
Franks has been with the department for 35 years and has held the title of commissioner since 2007.
Governor-Elect makes announcement on Bill Bryant's selection for job.
Dr. Joe Thompson receives call from Gov.-Elect Asa Hutchinson about decision.
Justices hear from both sides in the case after a lower court judge ruled that the state's ban on same-sex marriage was unconstitutional and opponents appealed.
New members of Arkansas's Congressional Delegation were getting familiar with their new offices in Washington on Wednesday.
Announces formation of steering committee to help with the process.
The Arkansas Secretary of State's Office reports more than 832-thousand ballots were cast.
From a split blue/red state to bright red, the Republican wave seen across the nation last night was certainly felt here in Arkansas.
The only measure that failed is the alcohol amendment.
Political analysis from Max Brantley with the Arkansas Times.
Defeats Democrat Karen Garcia.
The Little Rock businessman defeats the former mayor of North Little Rock.