Feb 16 2001 by D. Ian Hopper
WASHINGTON (AP) – Former Clinton White House spokeswoman Ginny Terzano and ex-GOP chairman Haley Barbour seldom found themselves on the same side of political debates.
Feb 16 2001 by admin
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Feb 16 2001 by Chuck Ross
The criminal investigations division of the Independence County Sheriff’s Office has charged Sulvia L.
Feb 15 2001 by admin
The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department has a 24-hour telephone number and Internet site available for motorists to check adverse weather conditions on the state’s highway system,
Presidents Day on Monday will result in the closing of several local, state and federal offices. These offices will resume normal service on Tuesday.
Feb 15 2001 by Daniel Q. Haney
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) – People who live in the Midwest are five times as likely as Southerners to receive brain-saving clot-dissolving drugs when they have strokes, a study found.
Feb 15 2001 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – The Senate Revenue and Taxation Committee endorsed legislation Wednesday to levy an additional 3.5 percent sales tax on tobacco products to raise money for nursing home improveme
Local author Michael Beary will tell the story of Edward Demby, an early black bishop of the Episcopal Church in Arkansas and the Southwest, and sign his new book, “Black Bishop: Edward T.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Legislation to lower the driving-while-intoxicated threshold in Arkansas from 0.10 percent blood-alcohol content to 0.08 percent won a Senate panel’s endorsement Wednesday.
Feb 15 2001 by Kelly Wiese
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A bill requiring women be informed of the risks of an abortion before the procedure was sent to the governor Wednesday, a decade after such a measure was first submitted to lawma
Feb 15 2001 by Brian Skoloff
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – An aging work force, lack of incentive programs and poor working conditions are pushing a statewide nursing shortage to crisis levels, said officials with the Arkansas Nursing As