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Tractor-Trailer Burns on I-30 in Arkansas
In the post the department thanked Ouachita Fire Department, Hot Spring County Sheriff's Office, Arkansas State Police, and Tanners Towing and Recovery for their assistance.
Arkansas Restaurants To Be Featured On Upcoming ‘Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives’
LITTLE ROCK (KATV) — Several restaurants in central Arkansas will be featured on the new season of “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives,” our CNN affiliate in Little Rock KATV reports.
Pryor Center Presents: Measuring, Comparing, and Explaining Arkansas's Partisan Earthquake
The David and Barbara Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual Historyin theJ. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciencescontinues its signature lecture series at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 24, with "Pryor Center Presents: Measuring, Comparing, and Explaining Arkansas's Partisan Earthquake," featur
Judge delays Arkansas hog farm's permit application
Newton County Circuit Judge John Putman issued a stay Wednesday on an order issued in August by the Arkansas Pollution Control and Ecology Commission. The order had reopened the permit application process for C&H Hog Farms, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reported. The farm is permitted to house about
WHKY-TV & WHKY Talk Radio - Appalachian State Women's Soccer Fall in Overtime to Arkansas State
Appalachian State University women's soccer (8-8-1, 5-4 SBC) suffered a 2-1 heartbreaker in overtime to Arkansas State (8-6-2, 5-4 SBC) on Sunday afternoon at the A-State Soccer Complex.
Chad Morris sends Arkansas player to the locker room for slapping opponent’s helmet
When you’re in tight games, penalties are killers, and unsportsmanlike conduct penalties drive coaches crazy.
An Arkansas court quietly ruled that truck drivers need to be paid minimum wage even when they're not driving on the job — here's what it means for drivers around the US
The court ruled against PAM Transport, an Arkansas trucking company founded in 1980, after the firm was named in a class action suit for alleged violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act, a federal law that requires employers to pay truck drivers at least minimum wage.
University of Arkansas Cossatot holds open house
Dozens of people gather at the University of Arkansas Cossatot for the the open house of a restored building.A high school, originally built in the early 50's is now the home of the Lockesburg Industrial Maintenance Institute. Students can study
Minimum wage issue to remain on Arkansas ballot
The Arkansas Supreme Court has ruled that a minimum wage issue will remain on the November ballot.Click here to read the full court opinion on Issue 5.Issue 5 would gradually raise Arkansas' current minimum wage of $8.50 an hour to $9.25 on Jan
Recognizing Arkansas veterans
Sergeant Major (retired) John Canley a native of Caledonia, Arkansas in Union County was inspired to join the Marine Corps after watching the WWII movie the “Sands of Iwo Jima.” Using his brother’s birth certificate, he enlisted in the Marines, as a 15-year-old.
Arkansas News: AG Rutledge Files Suit Against Jonathan Funk Photography, Jonathan and Paula Funk | STL.News
“Arkansans paying for services expect to get what they pay for,” said Attorney General Rutledge. “Companies like Jonathan Funk Photography and their owners who act dishonestly will not be tolerated in Arkansas. Jonathan Funk Photography willfully chose to deceive and violate the trust of many Arkan
Up next: Vanderbilt heads to Arkansas, still in search of road win
LEXINGTON, Ky. - Vanderbilt will travel to recently unfamiliar territory at Arkansas next Saturday following a 14-7 loss to No. 17 Kentucky. The Commodores have not played Arkansas since 2011, and they have not traveled to Fayetteville since 2010. The Razorbacks won both games. Vanderbilt (3-5, 0-4
Arkansas Senate: Legislators looking at the new budget
Weekly column written for members of the Arkansas Senate:The legislature has begun budget hearings in preparation for the 2019 regular session.Generally, budget bills do not generate as much publicity as high-profile social measures, such as bills affecting firearms, unborn children or school choice
SF Giants Owner Donated to Super PAC Running Racist Political Ad in Arkansas
A Congressional political ad condemned as racist by both Republicans and Democrats was funded by a super PAC that counts the majority owner of the San Francisco Giants as one of its major donors. The radio ad, which imagines a conversation between two women with stereotypical black speech patterns,
Stories of Arkansas
Few people know Arkansas better or love the state more than Joe David Rice. Born in Paragould and raised in Jonesboro, Rice spent almost three decades as the state's tourism director. He was in the business of selling Arkansas in his post at the state Department of Parks and Tourism. Along the way,
Tulsa offense struggles in 23-0 loss vs. Arkansas
In a dismal 23-0 drubbing at Arkansas, the Hurricane was shut out by an unranked team for the first time since 2004, extending its losing streak against the Razorbacks to 19.
GiveCamp NWA helps Northwest Arkansas nonprofit groups
On Saturday, the teams and nonprofit members found areas in the open, airy space at Collective Bias and got to work. Brumley's team met in a small conference where a new website was fashioned.
Arkansas defense flips the script
Alabama's Tua Tagoviailoa and Ole Miss' Jordan Ta'amu quarterbacked their teams to victories of 65-31 and 37-33 with 639 and 611 yards of total offense, respectively. Arkansas (2-6, 0-4 SEC) shut down quarterback Seth Boomer and Tulsa's Golden Hurricane (1-6, 0-3 American Athletic Conference), 23-0,
Southern Arkansas enjoys 48-9 Homecoming win against East Central
Southern Arkansas maintained second place in the Great American Conference on Saturday, beating East Central 48-9 during Homecoming festivities at Wilkins Stadium.After a sleepy first half that saw the Muleriders (7-1 GAC) take a 6-3 lead into the locker room, Southern Arkansas’ offense came alive a
Bulldogs Back on Track with 35-14 Win at Arkansas Tech
RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. – The SWOSU Football team snapped a three-game slide on Saturday with their second road win of the season, a 35-14 victory over Arkansas Tech at Thone Stadium in Russellville.SWOSU’s defense pitched a shutout for three quarters and closed out the game with a touchdown as Clay Wilk