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Arkansas officers packing opioid antidote

Foundation helps supply spray drug

Subscriber onlyWhen Maumelle police officers arrived at a residence on an overdose call last weekend, they found a victim on the floor of his bathroom. Continue reading...

Area split over appeal to build events center

Subscriber onlyResidents of a Pulaski County neighborhood are at loggerheads over an events center proposed for the Wye Mountain area. Continue reading...

New funds available to Delta region

$460,000 on tap for developing community art, culture

Subscriber onlyThe Delta Regional Authority announced a new funding mechanism to help cultivate home-grown arts and culture projects in the Delta region. Continue reading...

Pulaski County adds six deputies

Subscriber onlySix new deputy positions were added to the Pulaski County sheriff’s office on Tuesday night. Continue reading...

Pulaski County adds 6 deputies

Subscriber onlySix new deputy positions were added to the Pulaski County sheriff's office on Tuesday night. Continue reading...

Sheriff looks to add six deputies to roster

’05 budget cut cost Pulaski County 22

Subscriber onlyThe Pulaski County sheriff’s office hopes to soon expand its patrol ranks for the first time in more than a decade. Continue reading...

Arkansas sheriff looks to add 6 deputies to roster

’05 cuts cost Pulaski County 22 posts

Subscriber onlyThe Pulaski County sheriff's office hopes to soon expand its patrol ranks for the first time in more than a decade. Continue reading...

State touts foreign-investment growth

Subscriber onlyPINE BLUFF -- Arkansas jobs that are attributable to foreign investments in the state have grown by 41.5 percent, a growth rate that now leads the country, state officials said Friday. Continue reading...

Ex-Little Rock assistant chief enters race for sheriff

Subscriber onlyFormer Little Rock Assistant Chief of Police Eric Higgins announced his candidacy for Pulaski County sheriff on Thursday. Continue reading...

Little Rock freezes nearby subdivisions; city to study impact of providing sewer lines, other services

Subscriber onlyLittle Rock has placed a temporary ban on the development of any high-density subdivisions in areas beyond the city limits but within the city's zoning jurisdiction. Continue reading...

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