Arkansas guardsmen on stand-by at inauguration

WASHINGTON — While service members from other states were patrolling the U.S. Capitol building, members of the Arkansas National Guard spent most of Monday at the D.C. Armory. Top Featured Tags: – Arkansas NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Governor given covid shot; state starts new phase

Health officials in Arkansas reported the second-lowest one-day increase in new cases in 2021 on Monday, as the state kicked off a new phase of its vaccination plan. Top Featured Tags: – Arkansas NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Plan cuts retirement age for Arkansas State Police

Gov. Asa Hutchinson said he wants lawmakers to reduce the time Arkansas State Police troopers must serve in order to retire, from 30 years to 28 years, as a way to improve recruitment. Top Featured Tags: – Arkansas NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Law enforcers on high alert at federal sites in Arkansas

Law enforcement agencies in Arkansas and throughout the nation are on high alert as preparations continue for this week’s inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden. And while much of the focus locally is on the state Capitol building in Little Rock, authorities are also concerned about the potential for violence at the Richard Sheppard Arnold federal…

Hutchinson faults Trump for GOP schism

WASHINGTON — After four years with President Donald Trump at the helm, a split Republican Party must emphasize conservative principles, not individual personalities, Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson said Sunday. Top Featured Tags: – Arkansas NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Biden plans 1st-day changes; rejoining climate deal, tossing some migrant rules on list

WASHINGTON — President-elect Joe Biden will deliver an appeal to national unity when he is sworn in Wednesday and plans immediate moves to combat the coronavirus pandemic and undo some of President Donald Trump’s most contentious policies, his incoming chief of staff said Sunday. Top Featured Tags: – Arkansas NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Little Rock board to weigh chamber contract

Little Rock city officials will consider renewing a $250,000 annual contract with the Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce for economic development consulting services, years after government payments to local chambers inspired a lawsuit and an amendment to the state Constitution. Top Featured Tags: – Arkansas NewsPress Release Distribution Service

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