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Past articles by Danielle:

Lane closures set for final Big Rock Interchange work

Final work on the Big Rock Interchange at Interstates 430 and 630 will require lane closures Saturday through next Friday, Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department officials say. → Read More

$3 million lottery ticket winner is sought

Arkansas Scholarship Lottery officials are searching for a $3 million Mega Millions winner who purchased a ticket in Beebe. → Read More

2 arrested in Benton hotel theft, assault

Officers arrested a Benton man and woman Sunday night over accusations they stole personal property and assaulted a woman at a hotel earlier that evening, police say. → Read More

Benton man killed in log truck collision

A Benton man was killed Wednesday morning after the van he was driving struck a parked log truck, police say. → Read More

Acxiom appoints new president of marketing services

Acxiom has appointed Jeremy Allen as its new president of marketing services, the company announced Wednesday afternoon. → Read More

I-40 lane in Conway to close overnight

Bridge work will require an overnight lane closure Wednesday on Interstate 40 in Conway, Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department officials said Tuesday. → Read More

Hutchinson sets faith-based summit on foster children, ex-offenders

Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Tuesday announced plans for a inter-faith summit next month to address the need for more approved foster homes for children and access to re-entry services for offenders. → Read More

St. Francis County takes tax payments online

St. Francis County residents in east Arkansas now have the option to pay personal property and real estate taxes online, county officials say. → Read More

Hutchinson appoints career education board members

Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Monday announced members appointed to the new Career Education and Workforce Development Board. → Read More

Cotton, Huckabee to appear on Sunday TV news shows

Sen. Tom Cotton and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee are scheduled to appear on political news TV talk shows Sunday morning. → Read More

Missing Viola man sought

Arkansas State Police are searching Friday for a Viola man who disappeared Wednesday. → Read More

State ends fiscal ’15 in surplus

Arkansas ended the 2015 fiscal year with a $191.6 million surplus, finishing 3.8 percent above budgeted revenue, Department of Finance and Administration officials announced Thursday. → Read More

UALR reveals new athletic logos

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock unveiled new logos for its athletic department at a ceremony Wednesday morning. → Read More

LR police investigate Hillcrest bank robbery

Officers are responding to a robbery at a Bank of America in the Hillcrest area of Little Rock, police say. → Read More

Yell County clerk reverses stance on same-sex marriage licenses

Yell County Clerk Sharon Barnett said Wednesday that despite a previously stated "conscientious religious objection," she will now issue same-sex marriage licenses. → Read More

Man arrested in Pulaski County arson, assault

A Pulaski County man was arrested Monday night after arguing with a neighbor and purportedly throwing a Molotov cocktail into his home, authorities say. → Read More

Shape public policy, Hutchinson urges leadership graduates

Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Friday encouraged graduates of a leadership training program to use knowledge as a way to shape public policy and opinion. → Read More

Second suspect arrested in Pine Bluff fatal shooting

Officers on Wednesday arrested a second man wanted in the Monday fatal shooting of a Pine Bluff convenience store clerk, police say. → Read More

LR shooting leaves 1 injured

Little Rock police are investigating a Wednesday afternoon shooting that left one man injured. → Read More

Hutchinson talks testing, Europe trip at Rotary Club

Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Tuesday spoke to the Rotary Club of Little Rock and touched on topics including student assessments and his recent economic development trip to Europe. → Read More