Semitrailer driver hurt in crash, troopers say
MOUNTAIN HOME ? Arkansas State Police say a semitrailer driver has been injured after the vehicle fell on its side.
Peripheral arterial disease screenings set for Jan. 5
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences will offer a free screening for peripheral arterial disease Jan. 5 in Maumelle, the university said Thursday.
Workforce Services director to change, agency says
Gov.-elect Asa Hutchinson ?will make a change in leadership? at the Arkansas Department of Workforce Services, the agency said Tuesday.
Great American league names sportsmanship honors
The Great American Conference says the football program at Northwestern Oklahoma State has picked up one of the league's sportsmanship awards.
3 indicted in feeding-program fraud
A three women were charged Thursday with conspiracy to fraudulently obtain federal money from a feeding program, officials say.
Sirius XM to pay $3.8 million to settle complaints
Some Sirius XM customers, who were charged for satellite radio service they didn't want, can now apply for a refund.
Arkansas Farm Bureau re-elects Veach as president
HOT SPRINGS ? Arkansas Farm Bureau members have re-elected Randy Veach as president and Rich Hillman as vice president.
Symphony's trailer recovered, all equipment found
A trailer containing $60,000 worth of musical equipment belonging to the Little Rock Wind Symphony was recovered Friday after it was stolen earlier this week, officials say.
Arkansas weighs more abortion restrictions
LITTLE ROCK ? Nearly two years after approving a pair of the most restrictive abortion bans in the country, Republicans in Arkansas' Legislature are weighing additional measures to make it more difficult for women to get the procedure.
Expansion of 2 Arkansas historic districts sought
FORT SMITH ? Two Sebastian County historic districts already listed on the National Register of Historic Places may be expanded to include additional properties.