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Wendy Kelley, Head of Arkansas Prisons, to Retire

The head of Arkansas' prison system said Monday she's retiring at the end of July after more than 2,300 inmates have been infected with the coronavirus. → Read More

Arkansas' Confirmed Virus Cases Top 20K, with 1 New Death

Arkansas' confirmed coronavirus cases now exceed 20,000 people, health officials said Monday as they announced an additional death from the illness caused by the virus. → Read More

Arkansas governor: No further reopening as virus cases surge

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson says he’s not ready to further ease restrictions on businesses as the number of coronavirus cases in the state continue to spike. Hutchinson on Thursday said Arkansas’ plans to further lift restrictions remains on pause after neighboring Texas halted its aggressive reopening of businesses. Arkansas’ coronavirus […] → Read More

Arkansas Reports 595 New Coronavirus Cases, 10 More Deaths

Ten more people in Arkansas have died from the illness caused by the coronavirus, the state health department said Tuesday as 595 more people tested positive for the virus. → Read More

Televangelist Jim Bakker sued by second state over coronavirus treatment claims

Attorney General Leslie Rutledge filed the lawsuit in Arkansas against Bakker and Morningside Church Productions, just three months after the state of Missouri filed a similar lawsuit. → Read More

Arkansas attorney general sues TV pastor over coronavirus treatment claims

Arkansas' attorney general on Tuesday sued Missouri-based TV pastor Jim Bakker over his promotion of a product falsely touted as a cure for COVID-19. → Read More

Arkansas AG sues TV pastor over virus treatment claims

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Arkansas' attorney general on Tuesday sued Missouri-based TV pastor Jim Bakker over his promotion of a product falsely touted as a cure for the illness caused by the coronavirus. Attorney General Leslie Rutledge filed the lawsuit in Arkansas against Bakker and Morningside Church Productions, less than three months after the state of Missouri filed a similar lawsuit. → Read More

Some states hit pause, others press on amid spike in virus

Utah and Oregon put any further reopening of their economies on hold amid a spike in coronavirus cases, but there was no turning back Friday in such states as Texas, Arkansas, and Arizona despite flashing warning signs there, too. → Read More

Trump reschedules campaign rally after Juneteenth uproar

Trump had scheduled the rally — his first since early March — for June 19 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Black leaders said it was offensive for Trump to pick that day and that place, a city that in 1921 was the site of a fiery and orchestrated white-on-black attack. → Read More

Trump reschedules campaign rally after Juneteenth uproar

Trump had scheduled the rally — his first since early March — for June 19 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Black leaders said it was offensive for Trump to pick that day and that place, a city that in 1921 was the site of a fiery and orchestrated white-on-black attack. → Read More

Some states hit pause on reopening, others press on amid spike in coronavirus cases

One by one, states are weighing the health risks from the virus against the economic damage from the stay-at-home orders that have thrown millions out of work over the past three months. → Read More

Some states hit pause, others press on amid spike in virus

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Utah and Oregon put any further reopening of their economies on hold amid a spike in coronavirus cases, but there was no turning back Friday in such states as Texas, Arkansas and Arizona despite flashing warning signs there, too. One by one, states are weighing the health risks from the virus against the economic damage from the stay-at-home orders that have thrown millions… → Read More

Some states hit pause, others press on amid spike in coronavirus

Utah and Oregon put any further reopenings of their economies on hold amid a spike in coronavirus cases, but there was no turning back Friday in such states as Texas, California, Arkansas and Arizona despite flashing warning signs there, too. → Read More

Some states hit pause, others press on amid spike in virus

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Utah and Oregon put any further reopening of their economies on hold amid a spike in coronavirus cases, but there was no turning back Friday in such states as Texas, Arkansas and Arizona despite flashing warning signs there, too. One by one, states are weighing the health risks from the virus […] → Read More

Some states hit pause, others press on amid spike in virus

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Utah and Oregon put any further reopening of their economies on hold amid a spike in coronavirus cases, but there was no turning back Friday in such states as Texas, Arkansas... → Read More

Some states hit pause, others press on amid spike in virus

One by one, states are weighing the health risks from the virus against the economic damage from the stay-at-home orders that have thrown millions out of work over the past three months. → Read More

Some states hit pause, others press on amid spike in virus

One by one, states are weighing the health risks from the virus against the economic damage from the stay-at-home orders that have thrown millions out of work over the past three months. → Read More

Some states hit pause, others press on amid spike in virus

One by one, states are weighing the health risks from the virus against the economic damage from the stay-at-home orders that have thrown millions out of work over the past three months. → Read More

Nintendo reveals 300,000 accounts hacked

The video game company first discovered the breach in April. Hackers had been using Nintendo network IDs without permission. → Read More

Gov. Hutchinson backs off lifting coronavirus restrictions by region

The number of people hospitalized from COVID-19 in the state hit a new high on Monday. → Read More