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The Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control Division announced this week that it had revoked the license of medical marijuana dispensary Green Springs Medical Dispensary in Hot Springs. This is the first time a dispensary license has been revoked since the medical cannabis industry launched in Arkansas in 2019. more
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas lawmakers gave final approval to bills outlining the state's $6.3 billion budget for the coming year as they wrapped up this year's legislative session. more
America's Newspapers, a leading advocate for the nation's newspaper industry, enthusiastically endorses the Arkansas Government Disclosure Act of 2024 and the proposed Arkansas Government Disclosure Amendment. These initiatives represent a critical step forward in protecting the public's fundamental right to access government records and proceedings and to make government actions more transparent. more
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas lawmakers on Wednesday gave final approval to new restrictions on cryptocurrency mining operations after facing backlash for limiting local governments' ability to regulate them last year. more
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Economic Development Commission (AEDC) has awarded $8,478,624 in Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) to 17 Arkansas cities and counties. more
Arkansas lawmakers have given final approval to legislation outlining the state's $6.3 billion budget for the coming year. The House and Senate on Thursday approved identical versions of the … more
Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders says her state won't comply with a federal regulation that seeks to protect the rights of transgender students in the nation's schools. Sanders on Thursday signed … more
Arkansas lawmakers have approved new restrictions on cryptocurrency mining operations in the wake of a 2023 law that prompted backlash from some communities. The majority-Republican House on … more
Twenty-six Republican attorneys general are suing the Biden administration over its new rule requiring firearm dealers to run background checks at gun shows and other places outside brick-and-mortar … more
LITTLE ROCK —  Arkansas Extension Homemakers Council is the largest volunteer organization in the state, with nearly 3,000 members in more than 300 clubs. The organization provides important opportunities for leadership, education and fellowship. more
LITTLE ROCK — The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Arkansas today filed a lawsuit on behalf of five plaintiffs against the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration (DFA), challenging a recent emergency rule that restricts the ability of transgender and nonbinary Arkansans to self-identify their gender on driver’s licenses. more
LITTLE ROCK — Jonathan D. Ross, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas, announced today that a former employee of a mortuary services provider has pleaded guilty to transporting stolen body parts across state lines and conspiracy to commit mail fraud. Candace Chapman Scott, 37, of Little Rock, entered this guilty plea today before United States District Judge Brian S. Miller. more
Several transgender, intersex and nonbinary Arkansas residents are suing the state over its decision to no longer allow “X” to be listed instead of male or female on state-issued driver's … more
The Supreme Court has refused to block a Texas law requiring pornographic websites to verify the age of their users. The justices on Tuesday rejected an emergency appeal filed by the Free Speech … more
The Arkansas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has announced that it has successfully purchased land in North Little Rock to construct a new state-of-the-art Arkansas State Crime Laboratory (ASCL). more
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas’ electric cooperatives recently announced the results of a study examining the economic contributions that the state’s electric cooperatives have made within communities across the state from 2017 through 2022.  more
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Two former executives of a Springfield, Missouri-based charity were sentenced for their roles in a multimillion-dollar public corruption scheme that involved embezzlement and bribes paid to multiple elected public officials in the State of Arkansas. more
LITTLE ROCK — Former Arkansas Gov. and U.S. Sen. David Pryor was remembered during a Saturday funeral service by family, friends and colleagues, including former President Bill Clinton. more
Today in History Today is Monday, May 6, the 127th day of 2024. There are 239 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On May 6, 1937, the hydrogen-filled German airship … more
The statewide gas price average in Arkansas was $3.21 for a gallon of regular unleaded fuel on Thursday, according to the AAA Arkansas Weekend Gas Watch. That price is three cents less compared to that day last week and is two cents less compared to that day last year. more
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