Neil Ravi Mehta, 31, was arrested without incident in Austin, TX on Monday night by agents from the FBI Austin Resident Agency.
Faced with rising monetary and environmental costs of obtaining, transporting and storing cadavers for teaching purposes, two University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) neurosurgeons believed there had to be a better, “greener” way.
Arkansas legislators amended a bill that originally would have restricted where drag performances can be held but now does not mention the word “drag” at all.
Jeremy Hutchinson, the former state senator who pleaded guilty nearly four years ago to federal bribery and tax fraud charges, was sentenced Friday to nearly four years in prison.
The Attorney General's role in the citizen ballot issue process would be restored under a bill filed this week at the state capitol. Under HB1320, the AG would be required to review and certify ballot titles before citizen groups could collect voter signatures to qualify proposals for the Ar…
If the movement of the high-altitude balloon observed over Montana on Wednesday is primarily based upon atmospheric winds as opposed to any other maneuvering mechanism, AccuWeather meteorologists report that the upper-level winds can result in the balloon drifting across parts of the Central…
A legislative committee approved a proposed Arkansas law on Wednesday that would require able-bodied adults to work or volunteer part-time to receive federal housing assistance.
TEXarkana ISD has announced that pay for bus drivers is increasing to $25 an hour. This rate applies to all full-time, part-time, trip and substitute drivers.
FBI Little Rock and ATF New Orleans are asking for the public's help to locate and arrest Neil Ravi Mehta for unlawful possession of an unregistered destructive device.
An intelligence-gathering balloon, most certainly launched by China, is currently floating above the United States, the Defense Department announced Thursday evening.
Delta Solar has announced the commissioning of a 512-kilowatt (kW) solar array for Woodlawn School District in Cleveland County.
JUDSONIA — Making sure cattle have enough food and water during an ice storm is hard enough, but being a midwife too adds a whole new layer of challenge.
A legislative committee Tuesday morning passed a bill to end state affirmative action, but most of the public was left in the dark on the proposal’s language because it wasn’t made publicly available until after the panel voted and adjourned.
The incoming chairman of the U.S. House Natural Resources Committee wants to allow more mining and believes technology — not limitations on fossil fuel production — is the best way to address climate change.
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) and Arkansas Children’s have named Jason Williams, Psy.D., M.S.Ed. to lead their work together to improve pediatric mental and behavioral health statewide.
TEXARKANA -- TexAmericas Center, which owns and operates one of the largest mixed-use industrial parks in the United States, has announced Rowe Casa Organics will once again expand operations on its property in to a 24,000 square foot complex of buildings.
Arkansas Gov. Sarah Sanders has issued a new executive order 23-14 which has delayed and may possibly eliminate broadband expansion in eight Arkansas counties including Clark, Columbia and Hot Spring counties where the lack of broadband access is an issue in many rural areas.
Thirteen people spoke against an Arkansas bill that would restrict restroom use in public schools based on gender assigned at birth in the House Education Committee on Thursday.
Arkansas Democrats filed bills on Thursday to raise minimum salaries for teachers to $50,000 a year and for classified staff to $15 an hour.
Little Rock officials and state Attorney General Tim Griffin’s office are working to extend utility and water cutoff deadlines at Big Country Chateau, an apartment complex that faced similar service cutoffs last year.
Arkansas legislators have reached the point in the 2023 legislative session where they file proposed amendments to the Arkansas Constitution. They have until February 8 to submit proposals for debate.
Arkansas’ seasonally adjusted unemployment rate declined one-tenth of a percentage point, from 3.7 percent in November 2022 to 3.6 percent in December 2022, according to a report released January 24, 2023, by the Arkansas Division of Workforce Services.
A U.S. Department of Labor investigation has determined a Carrollton, TX, lumber supplier and retailer could have prevented the death of an 18-year-old worker who was struck by a forklift at a Rison, AR, worksite in July 2022 by following federal safety requirements.
FORT SMITH – The Justice Department announced Tuesday that a federal Grand Jury returned an Indictment charging former Crawford County, Arkansas, Sheriff’s Deputies Levi White, 32, and Zackary King, 27, with federal civil rights offenses for using excessive force on a 27-year-old man during …
A proposed law that would limit where drag performances can occur will head to the Arkansas House of Representatives after passing the Senate on a party-line vote Tuesday.
The second week of the Arkansas legislature was best summed up by Rep. David Ray’s comment on the House floor: “Everyone seems to be feeling feisty today.”
TEXARKANA -- TexAmericas Center has announced Pennsylvania-based Palmer International as the newest corporate citizen expanding to its property.
Week two of the Arkansas General Assembly has come to an end, and it feels like the session is now actually underway.
This is a crucial and tumultuous time for Ukraine, but western leaders are demonstrating they will stand by Ukraine as it faces the challenge from Russia.