Lindsey Millar
Lindsey Millar

Lindsey Millar

I'm the editor of the Arkansas Times. I host our weekly podcast and contribute to Rock Candy, Eat Arkansas and the Arkansas Blog. This year, I've written articles about internet dating, the rising cost of higher education and the use of race in crime reporting.

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Recent Stories

  • UPDATE: Attorney General Rutledge announces public integrity division

    Attorney General Leslie Rutledge announced on Wednesday the creation of a Public Integrity Division within her office's existing Special Investigations Department. That department was created in 2009 to investigate cybercrimes and metal theft. The new division will have two investigators, making around $58,000. The new division will join the Ark Trust Public Corruption Task Force, which was formed in 2013 by the state's U.S. attorneys, Arkansas State Police, the FBI and local police agencies after the arrest of former State Treasurer Martha Shoffner.
  • Sunday line and an Arkansas movie trailer

    Here's an open line. And check out the new trailer for "Blaze," a new film by actor/director Ethan Hawke about the life of Blaze Folely, a cult singer/songwriter born in Arkansas.
  • Huckabee interviews Trump

    In an interview with former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee that aired last night on TBN, President Trump calls the reporting on how thin the nuclear agreement with North Korea is "treasonous" and suggests that the U.S. should stop providing aid to Honduras and other countries where immigrants are fleeing unspeakable violence in search of a better life.
  • Full day of events at Stifft Station Pop-up on June 23

    It's a day of celebration of one of my long-held dreams: that the stretch of Markham between Pine and Kavanaugh in Little Rock be turned into three lanes with a turning lane in the middle and wider sidewalks.

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