Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Tuesday backed off a widespread plan to restrict the public’s access to records about her administration.
Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ proposal to restrict the public’s access to records stumbled at the outset of a special legislative session on Monday.
A 7-year-old Paragould girl found a 2.95-carat diamond at Crater of Diamonds State Park in Murfreesboro on Sept. 1, according to an Arkansas State Parks news release.
Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Friday proposed shielding a broad range of records about her administration, travel and security from public release.
The University of Arkansas has once again reported a record number of students on campus, with an enrollment of 32,140 this fall. That’s a 3.9% increase over last year.
Residents will still continue to use voting machines in nearly every county in the state, despite online claims that Arkansas as a whole is ditching voting machines.
An Arkansas attorney and blogger has filed a lawsuit against the Arkansas State Police that accuses the agency of illegally withholding public records he requested related to Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ travel and security.
A federal judge on Thursday temporarily blocked Arkansas from enforcing a new law that would have required parental consent for minors to create new social media accounts.
A convicted rapist who authorities say used a jet ski during an escape from an Arkansas prison last year was arrested Tuesday in West Virginia.
Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders today requested a presidential Major Disaster Declaration in response to storms that caused severe damage in Central Arkansas and the Delta on June 25.
A dispatcher died Wednesday after being shot at a Little Rock-area ambulance service’s parking lot over the weekend, and her estranged husband was charged in her death.
An Arkansas community activist accused in the firebombings of police cars after the 2020 murder of George Floyd pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court.
Officials want to determine if an AP course complies with a state law prohibiting ‘critical race theory’ from being taught at schools.
The six Arkansas schools that planned to offer an Advanced Placement course on African American studies say they will continue to do so despite the state saying the class won’t count toward a student’s graduation credit.
The Little Rock School District announced the decision days after the Arkansas Department of Education said the course would not count toward state credit.