Andrew DeMillo, Arkansas Business

Andrew DeMillo

Arkansas Business

Little Rock, AR, United States

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Recent articles by Andrew:

Video: Asa Hutchinson to Give State of the State Address Today

Arkansas' governor on Wednesday will deliver his state of the state speech when much of his state is shuttered due to the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

April 8 COVID-19 update: Case count hits 1000 in Arkansas

Arkansas has reached 1000 cumulative cases of COVID-19 in the state, according to the latest data from the Arkansas Department of Health website. → Read More

Arkansas governor says no stay-at-home orders for cities

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas’ governor, who has resisted issuing a stay-at-home order for his state to combat the coronavirus, has opposed even allowing such restrictions at the local level. Gov. Asa Hutchinson said Tuesday that those restrictions need to be handled on a statewide basis. Arkansas is one of a handful of states […] → Read More

Arkansas Governor Says No Stay-at-Home Orders for Cities

Arkansas' governor on Tuesday opposed allowing cities to issue their own stay-at-home orders during the coronavirus outbreak while the state resists such a restriction. → Read More

Buffalo National River Closed Over Coronavirus Concerns

The Buffalo National River was temporarily closed Thursday because of coronavirus concerns, and a second Arkansas lawmaker tested positive for the virus. → Read More

Arkansas lawmakers meet at basketball arena amid coronavirus concerns

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — A basketball arena has been converted into a temporary Arkansas House chamber due to coronavirus concerns as lawmakers meet to address a budget shortfall because of the outbreak. The House and Senate convened on Thursday to take up a plan to allow Gov. Asa Hutchinson to use the state’s surplus […] → Read More

Little Rock Bans Sit-Down Service at Restaurants Over Virus

Little Rock has temporarily prohibited in-person service at restaurants and bars as the number of coronavirus cases in the state continued to rise. → Read More

Arkansas woman convicted of killing husband getting clemency

Arkansas' governor says he will commute the sentence of a woman convicted more than three decades ago of fatally shooting her husband, who had physically abused her → Read More

Governor Hutchinson to commute sentence of Arkansas woman convicted in husband’s killing

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas’ governor says he will commute the sentence of a woman convicted more than three decades ago of fatally shooting her husband, who had physically abused her. Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Wednesday announced his intent to make Willie Mae Harris immediately eligible for parole. Harris was convicted in 1985 of […] → Read More

Arkansas woman convicted in husband's killing to get parole

A woman convicted more than three decades ago of fatally shooting her husband, who had physically abused her, will have her life sentence commuted, Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson said Wednesday. Hutchinson announced his intent to make Willie Mae Harris, 72, immediately eligible for parole, citing the → Read More

Asa Hutchinson Proposes $5.8B Budget for Coming Year

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson proposes a $5.8 billion budget that increases spending by 1.5% for the coming year and told lawmakers he wants to set aside more of the state's surplus in case of a economic downturn. → Read More

Arkansas Supreme Court Race With Partisan Edge Comes to End

An Arkansas Supreme Court race with a decidedly partisan edge— including appeals to GOP voters, candidates swapping attacks over political ties and spending by an outside conservative group — comes to an end Tuesday as voters choose the next justice for the technically nonpartisan court. → Read More

Arkansas Supreme Court Race with Partisan Edge Comes to End

An Arkansas Supreme Court race with a decidedly partisan edge comes to an end Tuesday as voters choose the next justice for the technically nonpartisan court. → Read More

Primary Gives Democrats Rare Spotlight in Red Arkansas

Arkansas is a solidly Republican state that President Donald Trump won easily four years ago, but it's been given a rare spotlight by Democratic candidates ahead of Tuesday's primary. → Read More

2020 Presidential primary gives Democrats rare spotlight in red Arkansas

Arkansas, a solidly Republican state, is getting a rare spotlight by Democratic candidates ahead of Super Tuesday. → Read More

Arkansas Details State's Preparations for Coronavirus Threat

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson said Friday that he's told state agencies to develop contingency plans for a possible outbreak of the new coronavirus, though the state has not had any confirmed cases. → Read More

Barbara Webb's Political Ties Targeted in State Supreme Court Race

The race for a seat on the Arkansas Supreme Court is technically nonpartisan, but the close ties of one of the two main candidates to the state Republican Party highlight just how partisan such campaigns have become. → Read More

Arkansas candidate's political ties targeted in court race

The race for a seat on the Arkansas Supreme Court is technically nonpartisan, but the close ties of one of the two main candidates to the state Republican Party — she’s married to its leader — highlight just how partisan such campaigns have become, with outside conservative groups outspending the candidates themselves. → Read More

Arkansas Lottery Chief Opposes 'Amusement Machines' Effort

The head of Arkansas' lottery on Friday said he opposes a measure a group is trying to get on the ballot that would allow thousands of coin-operated “amusement machines” around the state to raise money for the lottery program. → Read More

State Supreme Court: Adam Weeks Should Be On Ballot

A candidate for an Arkansas circuit judge post should remain on the ballot despite a misdemeanor traffic offense, the state Supreme Court said Thursday in reversing a lower court decision that he was ineligible. → Read More