Mar 28 2001 by Emery P. Dalesio
Mar 28 2001 by Jim Abrams
WASHINGTON (AP) – The Senate prepared to at least double the amount an individual may contribute to a political candidate, providing a counterstroke to the drive to ban the largely uncontrolled sof
Mar 28 2001 by Martin Crutsinger
WASHINGTON (AP) – Providing Americans with an additional $60 billion of spending power this year through accelerated tax relief should deliver a sizable shot in the arm to the sluggish economy.
Mar 28 2001 by Anne Gearan
WASHINGTON (AP) – Seriously ill people who claim marijuana is nothing short of a miracle drug are watching anxiously as the Supreme Court examines whether the drug may be dispensed legally.
Mar 28 2001 by admin
DALLAS (AP) – After three days of deliberation, a federal jury has convicted two New York men for allegedly soliciting donations for bogus charitable organizations that claimed to grant wishes to t
Mar 28 2001 by Kelly Wiese
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – All money the state collects from a national tobacco settlement would flow into a trust fund under legislation a House committee advanced Tuesday.
Mar 28 2001 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A bill to create a governing board for the state Department of Human Services was earmarked Tuesday for study after the regular session.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Kids younger than 17 when they commit murder would not be subject to the death penalty under legislation a House committee endorsed Tuesday.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Large, industrial users of electricity would be able to shop for suppliers of electricity before other consumers have that option under a measure offered by House Speaker Shane B
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – The state’s two U.S. senators and the state Highway Commission hope to heal a breach that’s become apparent over the past year.
Mar 28 2001 by Philip Brasher
WASHINGTON (AP) – Although Americans do not appear to be shunning meat, many seem to be confusing foot-and-mouth disease with the much rarer and more dangerous mad cow disease, Agriculture Secretar
SULPHUR ROCK – For Darin Martin, last November’s trip to Japan was the opportunity of a lifetime.