The latest in the Cotton vs. Pryor race, what 8 million enrolled in Obamacare marketplaces means, what higher than projected costs in the private option mean and the Arkansas Lottery Commission’s embrace of monitor-style games — all covered on this week's podcast.
The Arkansas GOP’s role in and reaction to the Republican National Convention, the trial of former health care provider Ted Suhl, the next steps for the challenge to the state’s death penalty secrecy law and more — all covered on this week's podcast. /more/
The State Board of Education defying federal court desegregation orders, the state’s acquisition of a drug used in the lethal injection process, the trial of Ted Suhl and more anti-LGBT action from the legislature in the guise of religious freedom — all covered on this week's podcast. /more/
The juicy details in a court filing by plaintiffs attorneys in a civil suit involving Michael Morton, Gilbert Baker and Mike Maggio; the repeal of Texarkana’s nondiscrimination ordinance; and the Walton Family Foundation’s announcement that it would spend $250 million on facility construction of charter schools in Little Rock and elsewhere in the U.S. — all covered on the podcast. /more/
The state Supreme Court, a new wrinkle in the petition drive for a constitutional amendment to establish casinos in Northwest Arkansas, an unlikely publicity windfall for Exxon and Johnny Key’s dispiriting appearance before the Little Rock Board. /more/
There's a large crowd at the Willie Hinton Neighborhood Center tonight for a community forum titled "Protect Our Little Rock Schools." It's in advance of Wednesday's big meeting before the State Board of Education, which is contemplating a takeover of the Little Rock School District.
The best friend of Little Rock musician TC Edwards, who was killed on December 7 in Little Rock, said that $5,000 in donations left over after Edwards' funeral service and burial have been put toward a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Edwards' killer.