Jun 12 2001 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Education Board members said their decision to appeal a judge’s decision that public school funding is unconstitutional is not an indication they are satisfied with how the state
Jun 12 2001 by admin
CAVE CITY – The 22nd annual Cave City Watermelon Pageant will be June 30 beginning at 11 a.m. at the Cave City School cafetorium, according to Carolyn Wammack, pageant director.
EUREKA SPRINGS (AP) – Authorities worked Monday to identify a body found wrapped in a blanket and floating in Beaver Lake.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Federal prosecutors asked a judge Monday for more time to respond to a bank’s request to be dismissed from a lawsuit that seeks $1.4 million that former state Sen.
Jun 11 2001 by Paul Payne
Jun 11 2001 by Pierce Presley
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A federal judge said today that a co-defendant of former Independence County Prosecutor T.J.
Jun 11 2001 by Tom Raum
WASHINGTON (AP) – President Bush came into office promising a “humble” foreign policy, yet his administration has managed to irritate friend and foe alike.
Jun 11 2001 by Angelia Roberts
SALEM – Eight women and four men deliberated approximately four hours and returned with a $500,000 settlement for a Salem woman against North Arkansas Electric Cooperative, according to defense att
Jun 11 2001 by admin
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Some parents of children who receive 24-hour nursing care through a state program are fighting plans to cut back the round-the-clock care.
Jun 11 2001 by Kelly Kurt
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – The scene was quiet and respectful today as more than 200 survivors and victim relatives watched as Timothy McVeigh was put to death for blowing up the Alfred P.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A new study by an Arkansas doctor questions the idea that the adult brain does not change much between age 20 and 50.
Jun 11 2001 by Rex W. Huppke
TERRE HAUTE, Ind.