Walmart is the latest company to publicly join the growing flock of major advertisers to pull spending from X, Elon Musk’s beleaguered social media company.
Griffin says proposed amendment needs more clarity; ballot question committee pledges to work on a revised proposal.
The Arkansas Attorney General’s Office will decide Tuesday whether a proposed measure to enshrine abortion as a constitutional right will go on the 2024 statewide ballot.
Arkansas among several states where secrecy and transparency are at odds
Demand for lithium, a key electric vehicle battery component, is expected to increase exponentially over the next decade.
Eight former residents of a youth treatment center that was run by an Arkansas man whose conviction was commuted by Donald Trump have filed a lawsuit claiming they were victims of abuse.
Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders, who served as former President Donald Trump’s press secretary, on Monday endorsed his bid for the Republican presidential nomination.
President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump qualified for the Arkansas ballot on Monday as the filing period for next year’s election in the state kicked off.
Most speakers voiced fears of what a national park preserve would do to an area already stressed by visitors.
Arkansas residents purchased more candy in the months leading up to Halloween this year, but the state’s most popular spooky sweets remained the same.
The poll shows Sanders at 48%, which is the lowest since her father, former Gov. Mike Huckabee, received a 47% approval rating in 2003.
Hutchinson has been one of the few Republican candidates willing to directly take on Trump and he had called on the former president to drop out of the race after Trump was indicted in March by a grand jury in New York.
Sanders appears eager to move on, and has invoked a strategy familiar to followers of the Trump administration: change the subject and blame the media.
The Arkansas Supreme Court has upheld a decision to void the casino license issued to the Cherokee Nation, setting up a new round of applications.
Defense contractor RTX will build a $33 million facility in south Arkansas to manufacture missiles to be used in U.S. and Israeli air defense systems.