Inauguration ushers in "New Day in Arkansas."
Gov. Asa Hutchinson, Lt. Gov. Tim Griffin, and others took the oath of office Tuesday morning at the State Capitol.
Hour-long Inaugural Prayer Service at Immanuel Baptist Church in Little Rock held Tuesday morning.
Immanuel Baptist Church in Little Rock hosts service.
“My top priority is to grow the economy of this state, to create jobs, and for Arkansas to enter a time of sustained economic power and influence."
Economic development and prison overcrowding expected to be two focal points of the session.
The new Arkansas senator is the only freshman member of the Armed Services Committee to hold a Subcommittee Chairmanship.
The proceedings are open to the public and will be streamed live over the internet.
During question and answer session in El Dorado, concerns were raised about education and overcrowded prisons.
Tim Griffin urges supporters to ‘Stop by and celebrate this historic day with us.’
Events set Jan. 5-8 in Rogers, Fort Smith, Jonesboro and El Dorado.
Dustin McDaniel explains state's appeal had to be filed by Dec. 26.
The Governor-elect names Brigadier General Mark H. Berry to the post.
The incoming governor has also announced an agency director he wants to remain in the position.
A full day of events planned for the 46th elected governor of Arkansas.
Arkansas House members selected leadership Tuesday for three committees, signaling the kickoff for the 90th general assembly is just one month away.
"In the knowledge-driven economy of the 21st century, research and higher education create opportunities that are paramount to Arkansas's future."
Franks has been with the department for 35 years and has held the title of commissioner since 2007.
Governor-Elect makes announcement of Bill Bryant's selection for the job.
Dr. Joe Thompson receives call from Gov.-Elect Asa Hutchinson about decision.