Federal funds awarded to Greenwood, Mammoth Spring, McCrory, and Nashville.
You could soon see ads for the lottery on jumbotrons at university sporting events.
Restaurant chains across the country are giving things away to give taxpayers a break.
The two say they never thought the day would happen.
A new Talk Business-Hendrix College Poll shows an overwhelming majority of Arkansans supporting a minimum wage hike to $8.50 an hour.
The Natural State's score of 80 was a significant improvement from last year’s 69.
Banks are making high tech moves that are changing how ATMs work.
Statewide valuations in February increased by over 9 percent from last year.
Experts recommend challenging your provider about certain monthly fees some customers have successfully had an be taken off their bill.
That's the amount of time experts say you have to make a good impression when looking for a job.
The commission held their first meeting of the year today.
Exxon Mobil is dropping some cash to spruce up homes it owns in Mayflower. After the oil spill last March the company bought up more than 20 properties of homeowners wanting to get out. But not all are happy about the timing of the project.
Proposal would convert the C-130 Air Force Reserve Unit to the 913th Airlift Group.
They're due between March 1 and Oct. 15.
Low-income, elderly and disabled Arkansans can qualify for LIHEAP funds.
The center strives to increase entrepreneurial activity by creating a network of resources, programs and education opportunities.
The Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma has bought property on the city's east side, but has not yet decided what to do with the land. Leaders are not ruling out a possible casino.
Retailer not supporting President Obama's plan to increase the federal minimum wage over time from $7.25 an hour to $10.10 an hour.
Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corporation uses coal, hydro and gas for its various generation stations.
Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families says the increase would put money into the hands of hard working Arkansans who will spend it on the things they need, mostly in the local communities in which they work and live.
The United States’ jobless rate for December shows drop of three-tenths of a percent.
In 2014, the program has expanded to 12 sites in both Arkansas and Mississippi.
Their checks usually come out on Friday but were processed on Wednesday.
The program is for income-qualified Arkansans.
Layoffs loom for about 100 workers at the AR State Military Department. Job fair is Jan. 21. Online registration available for potential employers.
Early voting to take place Feb. 4-10. Election Day is Feb. 11.
If you are 180 days or more behind paying fines, restitution, or bond payments to the Saline Co. Sheriff's Office, your name will go on the list.
The average price in a 43-county area was $151,350.
The measure calls for raising the wage from $6.25 an hour to $7.50 by 2015, to $8.00 an hour by 2016 and to $8.50 an hour by 2017.
Both gross and net revenue up about 3 percent over last year.