While 2019 was doom and gloom for rice producers, 2020 may be the year of the rebound for Arkansas’ largest agricultural export, with total rice acreage expected to increase 25 percent to nearly 1.5 million acres.
Magnolia Regional Medical Center is one of 14 hospitals in Arkansas that will share a $750,000 grant to combat the misuse of opioids.
The number of Arkansas residents who are reported to have died from influenza-like illness this season rose by eight last week, to a total of 23.
TexARKana business owner Robert Stevens, owner of Pro-Pave Asphalt, Robert Stevens Construction and RS Asphalt, is being sued for multiple violations of the Arkansas Deceptive Trade Practices Act (ADTPA) and Home Solicitation Sales Act (HSSA).
U.S. Attorney Duane "Dak" Kees of Bentonville, whose district includes Columbia and surrounding South Arkansas counties, is resigning effective midnight Friday.
Authorities have identified the man who was struck and killed about 6:45 p.m. Saturday when he was struck by a vehicle on Interstate 49 in Miller County.
There were deaths and injuries as a powerful storm system swept through the region on Friday night and Saturday.
A Central Arkansas doctor and a medical sales representative have been charged in a scheme to pay and receive kickbacks to generate expensive prescriptions for compounded drugs.
Skeletal remains found December 15 south of Hope have been officially identified as Joseph Christopher Coward, who was reported missing in May 2012.
The Arkansas Highway Commission has scheduled a series of regional public meetings in the first quarter of 2020.
Mainlinehealth Systems, Inc. has expanded into Warren and Bradley County by purchasing the clinic staffed by Dr. Kerry Pennington and Dr. Joe Wharton.
Shuntal Miller Brown, 40, of Mineral Springs died in a Little Rock hospital following a one-vehicle wreck about 7:01 p.m. Wednesday in Tollette (Howard County).
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Fayetteville Police Officer Natalie Eucce and Cpl. Seay Floyd were justified in their use of deadly force against the gunman who killed former Fayetteville police officer Stephen Carr, according to the Washington County prosecutor.
Arkansas State Police have picked up the investigation of a Monday night shooting in Bryant that left Officer Samantha Hodgson wounded and a suspect dead.