Quest for perfection

July 29, 2008 If you're a big wig at work - you know, like a University President, or a crew chief at Taco Bell, or the chairperson of the Save the Calico Cat Foundation - you might assume it's your job to

Lottery hurdles

July 28, 2008 LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Persuading voters this fall to approve a lottery to fund scholarships won't be the hardest part of Bill Halter's job.

Janet Jackson ‘flap’

July 25, 2008 The "flap over the flap" has proven to be a flub, at least in the opinion of a federal appeals court reviewing the FCC's $550,000 fine of CBS as a result of Janet Jackson's famed "wardrobe m

What’s in a name?

July 25, 2008 Al Gore, aka "the dull guy," lost (well, on paper, anyway) the 2000 presidential election to a man who appeared on the surface, to many, to be dumber than a burlap sack full of wet cotton.

It’ll gobble U up

July 24, 2008 Kudzu really isn't funny if it's your problem. The fast-growing vine, a highly invasive import from Japan, is almost impossible to get rid of once it gets started.

Divorce church from state

July 22, 2008 Suddenly this summer, the reality of same-sex couples lining up to get married in California has led some religious leaders to rethink their government role.

Summer checkmate

July 22, 2008 Another year of Kids College has come and gone - for us, anyway.

MOVIES-Cinderella for guys

July 18, 2008 A hit movie now showing at The Oaks is the latest addition to a film genre that hit the screens almost a decade ago.