Two young men from Mountain Home were first in line at 5 a.m. this morning at the Little Rock Sam's Club for Sarah Palin's book signing tonight.
Little Rock police vice squad officers made three ticket scalping arrests at Saturday's UA-LSU game: Edgar Caves, 50, of Duncanville, Texas; Lloyd Blasingame, 28, of Little Rock, and Houston Spencer, 56, of Memphis.
Though evidence remains in short supply, Mike Huckabee apparently is an agreement with a Republican U.S. Rep. Sue Myrick that Hezbollah, the militant Lebanese grup, is infiltrating the U.S. disguised as clandestine Mexican border crossers with the help of Mexican drug cartels.
John Brummett comments further today on Sen. Mark Pryor's emergence as a vigorous voice of right-wing Republicanism in the case of gays in the military and immigrant children.Pryor, who got cancer and fundamentalist religion along the way, always has leaned to the considerable right of his father and to the more-distant right of his mother.
If Mayor Mark Stodola has made a public announcement of this, I'm not aware of it, but an e-mail has begun circulating from the mayor about a potential site for a day center for homeless services, a matter of some controversy in recent months.
The lawyers in a suit that challenged Issue 2, the constitutional amendment approved by voters to lift the ceiling on consumer debt, lift the interest limit on government bonds and allow bond financing of energy-saving projects, filed notice of appeal today with the Arkansas Supreme Court.
As he had promised, Pulaski Clerk Pat O'Brien has asked the state Supreme Court to overturn order by all 17 Pulaski circuit judges that he stop shredding paper copies of lawsuits until they're satisfied the computerized filing system is fully working.
A portion of a post unearthed last week by Parkin Archeological State Park archeologist Dr. Jeff Mitchem was taken to the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville over the weekend for studies to determine whether it is actually the remains of a cross erected by DeSoto in 1542.
State Education Commissioner Johnny Key fired Baker Kurrus as Little Rock superintendent last week because he ventured off the reservation when he presented data to the state Board of Education on the damaging impact of charter schools on the district, which the state now runs. Kurrus was questioning proposed expansions of two charter schools already draining easier-to-educate children from the LRSD.