Economic developers across Arkansas are pushing for a position from gubernatorial prospects on the Governor’s Quick Action Closing Fund, at one time a $50 million discretionary fund that allowed the state’s chief executive to close job prospects.
Friday's (May 9) ruling by Pulaski County Circuit Judge Chris Piazza that overturned the state's ban on gay marriage had many assuming that the path to same-sex marriage was finally cleared for all gay and lesbian couples across
Bobby Altes, a Republican candidate for state representative in District 76, is staying in the primary race and may push back with legal action to counter reports that detailed past allegations of domestic abuse, assault charges,
U.S. Rep. Tim Griffin, R-Little Rock, holds a decisive lead over his two Republican rivals in the race for Lt. Governor, but GOP voters are far from decided on the down-ballot contests for State Treasurer and State Auditor.
It was just earlier this year that the Fort Smith Board of Directors and the city were wrangling over risks and costs with the two men heading up the River Valley Sports Complex, with the project appearing to be up in the air at one point.
For the first time in 20 years, the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville will have a new vice chancellor for governmental relations. The high-profile post which is expected to pay around $175,000, will be filled by Randy Massanelli, the state director for U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor.
Former President and Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton spoke more like a proud father than a politician as he rallied a crowd of rowdy Democrats in Little Rock on Saturday (May 3) at a fundraiser for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mike Ross.