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Senators plan to abolish Lt. Governor's office

Senators plan to abolish Lt. Governor's office

Two Arkansas Senators plan to abolish Lt. Governor's office for being "outdated".

Wal-Mart cuts profit outlook

Wal-Mart cuts profit outlook

Following a mere 0.6 percent increase in second-quarter profit, Wal-Mart's new management team may be facing more problems than suspected.

Women in Politics

Women in Politics

Arkansas Money & Politics’ first event is a sold-out success.

Stephens Inc. Gets Social

Stephens Inc. Gets Social

Though initially wary, Warren Stephens, chief executive and owner of financial services firm Stephens Inc., decided to launch a social media strategy this year. In this interview he also explains how the firm expects to make use of social media in its business.

Low Wages, Low Costs: Affordable Arkansas

Low Wages, Low Costs: Affordable Arkansas

Cost of living magnifies earnings for Arkansas.

Football Gets a Heads Up

Football Gets a Heads Up

Lingering health effects from head injuries worry those who coach youths.

IRS releases tax lien against company

Arkansas lands $90M wood pellet manufacturing site

KUAR Local & Regional News

First New North Little Rock School Opens As Part Of Massive Overhaul

As part of an ambitious $265 million plan to completely remake the North Little Rock School District, the first new school is now open. A ceremony was held Tuesday to dedicate the rebuilt Meadow Park Elementary, with three other schools to open in December.

Students patiently waited through a series of speakers, before the ribbon-cutting and students and faculty shouting in unison "let's go to school."  It's the first new school to open in the district in 44 years.

RNC Chairman Touts The Role Of Arkansas In The Fight For The Senate

The Chairman of the Republican National Committee is in Arkansas, promising the state will be ground zero in the battle to seize control of the U.S. Senate this fall.

Speaking to volunteers at Tom Cotton’s campaign office Tuesday, Reince Priebus said incumbent Senator Mark Pryor lied when he said people would benefit from the president’s healthcare plan.

NTSB: Southbound Train Told To Slow Before Fatal Crash In NE Arkansas

The National Transportation Safety Board says a southbound Union Pacific train was given signals to slow down and wait for an oncoming train to move onto another track moments before the two trains collided in northeast Arkansas.

Two crew members on the southbound train died in the collision Sunday near Hoxie, while two others on the northbound train were injured.

Mike Ross Policy Issues

Big River Steel, the state surplus and his tax plan.

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