Workforce expansion is part of company's $1.4 million investment in its manufacturing facility.
The first outlet mall in the state is set to open this summer with shops being revealed in the spring. Construction has been around the clock.
The city of Pine Bluff has given businesses operating without current permits an extended 30 days to either pay up or close.
UPDATE: Pine Bluff City Council supports resolution that opposes utility rate increase.
The average cost of a gallon of regular unleaded reported at $2.11 in Arkansas on January 2.
In tonight's money matters, people in the Natural State are enjoying tumbling gas prices for the past several months. But your grocery bill may not be shrinking in 2015.
Wall Street forges into new territory.
In the last month, the average for a gallon of unleaded has dropped about 40 cents in Arkansas.
The state's civilian labor force gained 8,100, a result of 10,300 more employed and 2,200 fewer unemployed Arkansans.
Salary increases will be higher for certified deputies with the sheriff's office.
Country legend Garth Brooks is back in action Friday night at Verizon Arena and nearby businesses say the cash is pouring in.
November results were above forecast in the two largest categories of collections (individual income tax and sales tax).
Drivers are flooding into local service shops, ready to get a last minute tune-up. According to AAA, 46 million people are expected to be traveling this Thanksgiving.
Connecticut company makes purchase of Pinsly Arkansas, headquartered in Jones Mill (Hot Spring County).
Around 50% of people working in Little Rock are living somewhere else.
The Little Rock Airport Commission approved their 2015 budget, which calls for a 2 percent projected spending cut compared to 2014 and also includes a forecast of fewer than one million passengers at the state's largest airport.
State inmate cost per day is $49.35 while state reimburses counties only $28, according to a legislative audit report.
Cost of living pay increase takes effect Nov. 9.
Lawsuit dismissed after reimbursement made of $15,426.
Pulaski Tech Board of Trustees is weighing in on another tuition rate increase.
Sales tax collections get most of the credit for boost.
As of Oct. 28, the total is 6-point-8 million dollars.
When it comes to the candy, many often overbuy. Experts say when you shop, think about how many trick or treaters you had knock on your door last year.
A regular gallon of gas is under $3 in Arkansas, but is that enough to encourage consumers to pump more money into the economy? Some said no.
Benefits will increase by 1.7 percent in 2015.
September rate of 6.2 percent is one-tenth of a percentage point lower than August.
The shopping forecast is predicting people will be opening their wallets more this year.
Part B and prescription drug premium deductibles will remain at $104.90 and $147 respectively.
They say they aren't receiving enough reimbursement cash to hold prisoners the state doesn't have room for. According to county officials there are about 2,300 state inmates being held in county jails throughout Arkansas.
The job market is tough and when you don't have a job, getting around to all the employers you'd like to interview with can be just as trying. A fall job fair was just the thing for some job hunters today and for some, the trick of the trade may be the key to financial success.