The last of the A-10 aircraft will depart the 188th Fighter Wing in June of next year, according to the fighter wing's commander Col. Mark Anderson who spoke Friday (Sept. 6) at the Fort Smith Regional Chamber of Commerce's First Friday Breakfast.
U.S. Rep. Steve Womack, R-Rogers, did not shy away from addressing constituents' questions head-on as he held a town hall meeting at University of Arkansas at Fort Smith's Second Street Live performance venue in downtown Fort Smith on Thursday night(Sept. 5).
Oklahoma Gas & Electric Company on Tuesday (Sept. 3) joined Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt in challenging a ruling by the Denver-based 10th Circuit Court of Appeals that would allow the Environmental Protection Agency to impose strict pollution regulations on the state.
Former President Bill Clinton used the forum of his Presidential Library to advocate for the Affordable Care Act, which hits a major milestone on Oct. 1 when health insurance exchanges open a new online marketplace.
Nordex USA, Inc. will repay more than $2.5 million to Arkansas and Jonesboro in grants received to establish its North American wind turbine manufacturing facilities in Craighead County, noted a Friday (Aug. 30) press release from the Arkansas Economic Development Commission.
Representatives from Arkansas, Louisiana and Missouri gathered in Barling on Thursday (Aug. 29) to discuss the status of the Interstate 49 project that will eventually link the Gulf Coast with Winnipeg, Manitoba, in Canada.
A recent report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows a rise in the percentage of foreign-born workers in the American labor force and it's a trend that has also been observed in the Natural State.
A plan that has been under consideration by the Sebastian County Election Commission continued its crawl toward possible adoption on Tuesday (Aug. 27), but not without questions about the cost by County Judge David Hudson.
Members of the Fort Smith Board of Directors discussed city finances at today's noon study session, where they learned that the city's 2014 budget would likely stay at levels similar to the current budget.
Even though the Arkansas Ethics Commission has admitted to being "spread pretty thin," senators on both sides of the aisle say the best approach to ethics reform would be to wait until the 2015 regular legislative session instead of calling a special session or attempting to pass legislation duri
The U.S. Corps of Engineers says some infrastructure on the navigable Arkansas River is becoming critically old, with a waterway official suggesting a modernization investment could run as much as $120 million.
University of Arkansas officials on Monday defended the sudden decision to end the employment of Associate Vice Chancellor of University Relations John Diamond, with UA Chancellor G. David Gearhart saying Diamond had been “insubordinate.”