Benton County residents can claim to be the state's healthiest once again, but health officials warned caution about their optimism.
A Guatemalan couple who have lived illegally in Arkansas since 2001 won't be deported this year.
A searchable database of restaurant inspections in Northwest Arkansas performed by the Department of Health.
Federal prosecutors believe a former Procter & Gamble executive defrauded investors of at least $205,000, according to an indictment unsealed this week.
Attorneys for two death-row inmates filed two petitions Wednesday seeking to halt their executions next month while Arkansas' attorney general argued in a separate case that prison officials should not be forced to disclose information about the drugs used in lethal injections.
LITTLE ROCK — Lawmakers have voted to keep Arkansas' hybrid Medicaid expansion for another year as the state's governor prepares to seek federal approval to add new limits to the program.
LITTLE ROCK — A lawyer went to court Thursday hoping to obtain information about the three drugs Arkansas will use in an unprecedented run of executions next month, but prison officials say the material is part of a secret they must keep to protect its supplier.
WASHINGTON — Pedestrian deaths are climbing faster than motorist fatalities, reaching nearly 6,000 deaths last year — the highest total in more than two decades, according to an analysis of preliminary state data released Thursday.
LITTLE ROCK — The Sun Belt Conference says it wants college sporting events exempted from a new Arkansas law expanding where concealed handguns are allowed, the second conference to call for changes to the gun rights measure.
LITTLE ROCK — A House committee endorsed a proposal forcing online retailers to collect Arkansas sales taxes, reviving the effort days after a lawmaker behind the bill declared it dead for this year's session.
Handprints covering the walls at the Children's Safety Center vary in size and color, but share a common trait: courage.
The Arkansas Court of Appeals on Wednesday affirmed the dismissal of a complaint the School Board violated the Freedom of Information Act when it voted to consider scrapping the Southside High School mascot and fight song.