Mar 12 2001 by Marta W. Aldrich
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – Tennessee’s electric chair is 12 years old and has never been used.
Mar 12 2001 by Peggy Harris
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – State legislators were reminded Friday of a job that befalls them every 10 years – redrawing Arkansas’ congressional districts.
Mar 12 2001 by Chuck Ross
Two vehicles were damaged over the weekend, according to reports filed by the Independence County Sheriff’s Office.
Mar 12 2001 by admin
WASHINGTON (AP) – The Justice Department’s internal watchdog will investigate FBI security procedures in light of charges that former agent Robert P. Hanssen sold U.S.
Mar 12 2001 by Ruth Ann Estes
PARAGOULD, Ark. (AP) – Sgt. Adam Ellis grew up an Army brat and decided he liked the military lifestyle. Today, he is continuing to see the world with the U.S. Army.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Arkansas’ total population from the 2000 census count is 2,673,400, a 13.7 percent increase. U.S. Census figures released Friday showed:
Mar 12 2001 by Jim Abrams
WASHINGTON (AP) – Twenty years ago a new president, Ronald Reagan, pushed through a giant tax cut that changed the course of the U.S. economy.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A bill that would have allowed Arkansans to bring in alcohol from other states will be withdrawn from consideration by the Legislature, the bill’s sponsor said.
It’s time once again to select a slogan for this year’s White River Water Carnival.
Mar 12 2001 by Garrett Therolf
WASHINGTON (AP) – About 200 protesters gathered Saturday at the Lincoln Memorial to demonstrate against Army plans to issue black berets to all its soldiers – an honor that had been reserved exclus
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Arkansas’ jobless rate rose slightly in February to 4.4 percent, state employment officials said Friday, slightly higher than the national rate of 4.2 percent.
MIAMI (AP) – Burger King said today it is recalling 400,000 “Rattling, Paddling Riverboat” toys distributed nationwide because they pose a choking hazard for small children.