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The statewide gas price average in Arkansas was $3.08 for a gallon of regular unleaded fuel on Thursday, according to the AAA Arkansas Weekend Gas Watch. That price is flat compared to that day last week and is three cents less per gallon compared to that day last year. more
Hello friends… Lately I have been reminded of this encouraging quote from Betty Reese: “If you think you are too small to be effective, you have never been in the dark with a mosquito.” All of the projects that have shaped our community started small and gained momentum over time. more
BENTONVILLE — Northwest Arkansas National Airport (XNA) has announced that in June 2024, the airport had 108,777 enplaned passengers — the most ever recorded in a single month in XNA history and the first time XNA has surpassed 100,000 enplanements in a single month. more
NEW YORK (AP) — Seriously overdue credit card debt is at the highest level in more than a decade, and people 35 and under are struggling more than other age groups to pay their bills. more
FAYETTEVILLE — Attorneys representing Fred Michael Brunner recently filed a lawsuit in Washington County Circuit Court. The Arkansas businessman claims that a relationship with Melanie Beth Sterling resulted in a breach of contract, civil conspiracy, and more. more
Cleaning out a person’s closet at the parents' house can create an income source. more
With a recent donation, the North Arkansas Regional Medical Center (NARMC) Auxiliary eclipsed the $1 million mark in contributions to the hospital in the past 20 years alone. The Auxiliary provided a $40,000 gift to the North Arkansas Medical Foundation, with the funding going directly toward the purchase of a new infant security system for the labor and delivery department. This gift puts the Auxiliary at over $1 million donated since 2004. more
NEW YORK — Tractor Supply is ending an array of corporate diversity and climate efforts, a move coming after weeks of online conservative backlash against the rural retailer. more
Harrison City Council met for their regular monthly meeting on Thursday, June 27. One item on the agenda that drew a great deal of attention from community members was the proposed rezoning of 807 and 809 S. Pine Street – a proposal that would change the lots’ zoning from C-2 to C-3. more
DETROIT—Ford is recalling more than 550,000 pickup trucks in the U.S. because the transmissions can unexpectedly downshift to first gear no matter how fast the trucks are going. more
LITTLE ROCK — Tuesday, the Arkansas Division of Workforce Services, in conjunction with the Bureau of Labor Statistics, announced Arkansas’ seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained stable at 3.4% between April and May. The United States jobless rate increased one-tenth of a percentage point over the month, from 3.9% in April to 4.0% in May. more
LITTLE ROCK – After announcing he is suing Chinese e-commerce company Temu for violations of the Arkansas Deceptive Trade Practices Act (ADTPA) and the Arkansas Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA), Attorney General Tim Griffin issued the following statement: more
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Attorney General Tim Griffin filed a lawsuit Monday against two pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs), alleging that they used data from drug manufacturers and distributors to maximize their financial gain instead of using it to mitigate the opioid addiction epidemic. more
A lawsuit filed in January of this year will go to court for a motion hearing on Thursday, June 24, at 10 a.m. in the Boone County Courthouse. The lawsuit involves a complaint filed by Roger Earnest, a former agent for Shelter Insurance, against Shelter Insurance companies — Shelter Mutual Insurance, Shelter Life Insurance, Shelter General Insurance, and individual defendants — a regional sales manager, Bobby Dingus; and insurance agent Matt McKinney. more
The statewide gas price average in Arkansas was $2.94 for a gallon of regular unleaded fuel on Thursday, according to the AAA Arkansas Weekend Gas Watch. That price is one cent less compared to that day last week and is 19 cents less per gallon compared to that day last year. more
LAS VEGAS — A federal jury in Las Vegas convicted five men this week for their roles in running one of the largest unauthorized streaming services in the United States, which generated millions of dollars in subscription revenue while causing substantial harm to television program copyright owners. more
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