The Congressional delegations from Arkansas and Oklahoma released a letter Tuesday (March 26) requesting funding for a study that would allow the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to fix a recurring problem versus "putting a band aid" on the problem.
A journalist who sparked a wave of negative publicity for Bill and Hillary Clinton in the ’90′s shared his “cautionary tale” of fostering Clinton-hating and his conversion to supporting the Clintons, including his hope for a 2016 Presidential run by Hillary Clinton.
U.S. Rep. Markwayne Mullin, R-Westville, Okla., could be in hot water now that the House Committee on Ethics has received a referral from the Office of Congressional Ethics regarding outside employment activities of the eastern Oklahoma congressman.
The future leaders of the Arkansas House and State Senate – Rep. Jeremy Gillam, R-Judsonia, and Sen. Jonathan Dismang, R-Searcy – say they will be pragmatic in their approach to leading their respective chambers in 2015.
The final day of the University of Arkansas System Board of Trustees meeting at the university's Fort Smith campus saw passage of several new degree programs and a renewal of the system's ban of guns on its 17 campuses across Arkansas.
The 188th Fighter Wing, which is in the process of converting to an intelligence and recon unit, has received approval to spend $12.5 million to build a 40,000-square-foot facility that the 188th commander says could help the unit become an “ISR Center of Excellence.”
The race for the U.S. Senate is not the only big senate race happening in the Natural State and political observers are starting to take notice. The District 9 Senate Republican primary, which will pit incumbent Sen. Bruce Holland of Greenwood against Rep.
GOP gubernatorial candidate Asa Hutchinson proposed creating regional “Workforce Education Councils” to better assess worker needs for employers and to streamline funding for workforce education in Arkansas.
The Sebastian County Quorum Court voted Tuesday (March 18) to accept a proposal by County Judge David Hudson to change certain operations and fee structures at Ben Geren Regional Park's golf course, while the Fort Smith Board of Directors approved a more than $2 million reservoir project at Chaff
A unanimous vote by the Fort Smith Planning Commission to approve the planned zoning district (PZD) at the site of the Fianna Hills Country Club does not guarantee a similar vote at the April 1 meeting of the Fort Smith Board of Directors – the last hurdle to jump in order to get the
The University of Arkansas System announced Monday (March 17) that its Board of Trustees would meet Thursday (March 20) and Friday (March 21) at the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith, with votes to continue the system's ban of firearms and approval of new degree programs on the agenda.
Attorneys for the family of a Faulkner County woman who died in April 2008 due to what the family alleged was neglect and negligence have added even more fuel to the fire in the case of Circuit Judge Mike Maggio – fuel that could mean trouble for Fort Smith businessman Michael Morton.