|Organizers break ground on state's largest shooting range
Organizers broke ground on what will be the largest shooting range in the state on Monday in Jacksonville.
|Employee survey condemns Game and Fish management
Arkansas Game and Fish Commission employees complain in a survey about working conditions, saying morale is terrible and that commission members micromanage specific tasks when they should be dealing with the larger scope of running the agency.
|Free fishing this weekend in Arkansas
Right now, you can fish for free without a permit across the state. It's Arkansas' free fishing weekend. Saturday, in Jacksonville, dozens of children got to experience the joy of fishing and some even walked away with prizes.
|Hog hunt (not the Razorbacks)
"When you talk about hogs here in Arkansas, automatically everybody thinks about the Razorbacks," explained Steve "Wildman" Wilson of Arkansas Game and Fish, "but we're talking about wild hogs."
|Ark. AG certifies measure to lower tax
Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel has approved the language of a proposed constitutional amendment to reduce a sales tax for conservation and remove the Game and Fish Commission from agencies benefiting from the tax.
|Ark. AG rejects item to elect game commissioners
The Arkansas attorney general's office has rejected a proposed constitutional amendment that would require members of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission be elected.