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In lieu of Area 51, multiple animal shelters are saying you can storm their facilities because there are sure to be "aliens."

The new fast-track deportations will apply to anyone who's been in the U.S. illegally for less than two years, according to Homeland Security.

Tofurky, which is based in Hood River, claims a law that bans the use of "meat" in plant-based food labels violates free speech rights.

A group of art enthusiasts are creating an Arts District in downtown Little Rock and are offering up a cash prize for the logo.

The president has a light schedule Wednesday morning, when Mueller begins speaking, before heading to West Virginia for evening fundraisers.

Necessity is the mother of invention, right? Well, it was necessary that I cooked a pizza on Saturday night. I didn’t have my tools with me...

The historic spring flooding in Arkansas caused at least $100 million in damage. Now comes the re-evaluation of Arkansas' long-neglected levee system, which will surely seek to address at least two big public policy questions: Who should be responsible for the levees? Who should pay for their maintenance?

Several Arkansas communities appear poised to take advantage of a little-noticed act passed in the most recent legislative session, Act 681 of 2019, creating a private club permit for microbrewery-restaurants in dry counties.

Here's three outside-the-box options local governments can use to supplement existing funding and increased state spending for highways and roads.

Searcy is Arkansas' latest municipality mixing water and sunshine, partnering with Entegrity of Little Rock in a 5.7-megawatt solar power project to fully offset power consumption by Searcy Water Utilities.

Coordinated effort from governments, nonprofits, and private sector is needed to stem the growing homelessness issue in the San Francisco Bay Area, according to a recent report from management consul

U.S. Rep. Hill wants rhetoric aimed at policy not people
U.S. Rep. French Hill, R-Little Rock, was critical of President Donald Trump and four fellow Congressional members in the wake of a week-long debate over accusations of racist comments from the president
A week ago, President Trump singled out four U.S. Congresswomen saying they should "go back" to where they came from if they didn’t like…

Arkansas' unemployment rate dropped by one-tenth of a percentage point in June, to 3.5% from 3.6% in May.

Pam Jones is struck by the uncomfortable reality of race relations in the United States when viewing artworks and street activity in the cityscape...

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Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art has announced the opening date for the Momentary, its new contemporary art space. The satellite...

The official music video for Lauren Daigle's "Rescue" from her album, Look Up Child, out now! Listen/Download here : LaurenDaigle.lnk.to/LookUpChild ...

More than 6,100 officers now carry the drug sold under the brand name Narcan.