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Curt Lanning


Fayetteville, AR, United States

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Past articles by Curt:

Podcast: Rep. Womack's Libertarian Challenger

Rep. Steve Womack, R-Arkansas, has a Republican and Democratic challenger, and now he has a Libertarian challenger as well. → Read More

Judge Rules Former Sen. Woods' Case Can Move Forward

A judge has ruled the case against former Sen. Jon Woods, R-Springdale, can move forward, court records state. → Read More

Podcast: The Democrat Challenging AG Leslie Rutledge

Attorney General Leslie Rutledge has a Democratic challenger in Mike Lee, and he stopped by the podcast this week. → Read More

Special Election Set for Former Sen. Files' Seat after FBI Investigation

A special election has been set for former Sen. Jake Files' seat after he pleaded guilty to wire fraud, officials say. → Read More

Tyson Worker Shot at Congressional Baseball Practice Honored in Springdale

A Tyson employee who was shot with Rep. Steve Scalise, R-Louisiana, during practice before 2017's Congressional Baseball Game was honored in Springdale on Saturday. → Read More

Womack: Another Short-term Spending Bill Expected to Avoid Shutdown

Rep. Steve Womack, R-Arkansas, said he and other GOP members of Congress are looking at another short-term spending bill to avert a government shutdown this week. → Read More

Podcast: The 3 GOP Senate Candidates in District 16

Three GOP candidates are vying to represent the people of Senate District 16, and they all came on today's podcast. → Read More

Fayetteville Restaurant Begins Accepting Digital Currency

A restaurant in Fayetteville is now accepting digital currency similar to bitcoin. → Read More

No 2018 Block Street Block Party in Fayetteville

Fayetteville's annual Block Street Block Party isn't going to happen in 2018, officials say. → Read More

Sen. Files Pleads Guilty to Wire Fraud

Sen. Jake Files, R-Fort Smith, pleaded guilty on Monday to wire fraud following an FBI investigation, authorities say. → Read More

Ballot Measure Seeks to Allow Arkansans to Once Again Sue the State

A ballot measure filed with Attorney General Leslie Rutledge seeks to once again allow Arkansans to sue the state. → Read More

Toys R Us Closing its Fort Smith Store

Toys R Us is closing its Fort Smith store after filing for bankruptcy, court documents state. → Read More

Justices: State Constitution Doesn't Allow Arkansans to Sue Government

Arkansans don't have a right under the state constitution to sue their government, the Arkansas Supreme Court ruled Thursday. → Read More

Legislation Would Outlaw Getting Abortion due to Down Syndrome

One Arkansas senator is working on legislation that would make it illegal for parents to abort an infant due to a down syndrome diagnosis. → Read More

Sen. Cotton Doesn't Recall Trump Making Vulgar Comment at Meeting

One day after President Donald Trump allegedly asked why the U.S. would allow more immigrants from Haiti and "****hole* countries" in Africa, Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Arkansas, said he does not recall if the commander in chief specifically made that comment. → Read More

Podcast: Trying to Keep Ark. Colleges Affordable

Gov. Asa Hutchinson has requested that four-year universities freeze tuition next year for in-state students in an effort to keep higher education costs down. → Read More

Sheriff Investigating Pack of Dogs Killing Ark. Cattle

A pack of Arkansas dogs is responsible for killing multiple cows, authorities say. → Read More

Tax Reform Task Force Fires Consultant Group

Legislators tasked with figuring out how to best reform Arkansas' tax system have fired the consultant group originally hired to help analyze the state's tax code and recommend changes, officials say. → Read More

Rep. Douglas Won't Challenge Ballinger in Senate Race

Rep. Charlotte Douglas, R-Alma, won't challenge Rep. Bob Ballinger, R-Berryville, in the race for Senate District 5, she said. → Read More

Deadly Drunken Crash Results in Multi-Million Dollar Lawsuit

A deadly drunken crash from September 2017 has resulted in a multi-million dollar lawsuit filed against JJ's Grill and Fast Lane Entertainment, both of Benton County. → Read More