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Arkansas Democrat Gazette
121 E Capitol Ave
Little Rock, AR 72201 Directions
RALEIGH, N.C. The Republican candidate in the nation&39s last undecided congressional race abruptly dropped his bid to be declared the winner and instead called for a new election Thursday, after investigators found evidence of ballot fraud by political operatives working for him.
FAYETTEVILLE -- A man who was involved in a shooting incident at a strip club early last year pleaded guilty in Washington County Circuit Court earlier this week.
A parolee who rammed an Arkansas State Police unit last year while fleeing was sentenced to six years in prison Tuesday after pleading guilty to felony charges in Garland County Circuit Court.
ST. JOSEPH, Mich. A woman and her boyfriend were deployed with the U.S. Army in South Korea when they conspired via Snapchat to kill her husband so she could claim the life insurance money, police in Michigan said.
A western Arkansas man who fatally struck a 1-year-old in the stomach was sentenced to 40 years in prison after pleading guilty to first-degree murder, according to a sentencing order.
201 E Markham St
Little Rock, AR 72201 Directions
The Senate failed Thursday to approve Sen. Bob Ballingers bill that would open the door to reopening all alimony cases and allow a judge to call an end to permanent alimony awards. The bill nominally aims to put further in place rehabilitative alimony awards for support for spouses until they can train themselves or find work sufficient for support, perhaps after having a role in a marriage where they werent main breadwinners. Ballinger said protections had been written into the law at the suggestion of judges to leave judges with discretion to extend alimony awards. He got strong pushback from women senators, including Sen. Joyce Elliott who observed that the facts were that most alimony went to women. She wondered who or what was the impetus for the law. A key question was raised by Sen. Will Bond. SB 147 says the bill was a material change of circumstance that would allow a court to modify any past alimony order, not just a new case. That seemed to give several senators pause. In the roll call, the vote was 13-12, with nine not voting and 18 votes needed for passage. Ballinger had the vote expunged, which means it can get another vote. Roll call will be here in time.
Ashley Bowman, artistic director of the Tucson, Ariz., Artifact Dance Project, will give an Art of talk about Frida Kahlo at the ArkansasArts Center tonight. The talk, Movement and Frida, is in conjunction with the Arts Centers exhibition Photographing Frida: Photographs of Frida Kahlo. Bowman, who has directed and choreographed a dance about the artist, will talk about how dance could interpret Kahlos many physical sufferings some of which left her unable to move and her emotional pain. The lecture, 6 p.m., will be preceded by a wine reception, and the galleries will be open after hours. Nonmembers of the Arts Center will be charged a $10 fee.
The open line and the daily news video with comment on highway taxes, school lunch money, gambling and a number of good deeds.
The Arkansas Racing Commission, which regulates casino gambling, is holding a public hearing today on rules for expanded casino gambling in the state. Most of the talk is about Pope County.Amendment 100 firmed up the legality of existing casinos at Southland and Oaklawn parks and made it clear they may have pure, not merely electronic casino games, and add sports bookmaking too. The amendment also opened the door to casinos in Jefferson and Pope counties.Jefferson County is on board with a plan for a Quapaw casino. Lots of people are interested in Pope County, but people in Pope County have, in two votes, indicated they arent interested in casinos. A Mississippi group is trying anyway. Next-door neighbors in Johnson County are busy today telling the Racing Commission theyd be happy to take Pope Countys place. Lawyers differ on the matter, but I think its a rocky road to legislative fiddling with this constitutional amendment. Voters approved a casino in Pope County. Can the legislature change it to Johnson County I dont think the Racing Commission can, which raises the question of why all the Johnson County people turned up today. Meanwhile, theres the matter of local politician approval. The Racing Commission seems likely to approve a rule that says approval from local officials must come AFTER a casino application is made. None has been made yet. That would seem to negate the surreptitious approval a Mississippi casino group that lined up letters from lame-duck officials in Pope County who left office at the end of the year.Ill try to keep tabs on where todays hearing heads.Reminder: A key legislator says he doesnt think the legislature can change the casino amendment. There isalso pitched disagreement whether a constitutional amendment, even an initiated one, can be altered by the legislature. And, even if it can, by a two-thirds vote, it must be to fulfill purpose the amendment. How could putting a casino in Johnson County fulfill the purpose of putting one in Pope County Thats why the lawyers get the big bucks. So Rep. Aaron Pilkington and everyone else can talk all they want about the legislature changing this or that, but it is easier said than done. A lawsuit will be necessary to determine if they can do ANYTHING about this amendment.
Who was it who said of Fayettevillle: Its not the end of the world, but you can see it from here And I wonder what hed say about ConwayThe answer of course is former Razorback football coach Lou Holtz, who now works for ESPN. Surely hed be nice about Conway, since UCA is having him as a speaker at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 7 at the Reynolds Performance Hall.The UCA news release said Holtz, in addition to speaking, will spend some time meeting with UCA athletes. Said the release:Tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for children and students. UCA students get in free. Tickets can be purchased online at uca.edu/Reynolds, at the Reynolds Box Office Monday through Friday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., or by calling UCA Ticket Central at 501 450-3265, or toll free at 866 810-0012.
KETS-TV 2 - PBS
350 S Donaghey Ave
Conway, AR 72034 Directions
AETN and PBS KIDS are coming to the Museum of Discovery for a pinktastic Valentines celebration Children ages 6 and under are invited to join in the fun starting at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 12, and Thursday, Feb. 14. Put on your pink and grab your magic wand for pinktabulous excitement
Its that time of year again AETN is now accepting entries for the AETN PBS KIDS Writers Contest through Friday, April 5. Learn more about this contest designed to promote the advancement of childrens literacy skills through hands-on, active learning and rules for kindergarten through third grade students after the jump.
Explore another dimension of the Arkansas Arts Centers Photographing Frida exhibit with a special screening of PBS The Life and Times of Frida Kahlo as part of the ongoing Feed Your Mind Friday program Friday, Feb. 8, from noon to 1:30 p.m. Chronicling the life of the great Mexican painter as never before, the documentary examines Kahlos life in relationship to the historical and cultural influences that inspired her work and defined the first half of the 20th century.
Dodging the namesake residents at Rattlesnake Ridge, hanging out at a historic bus depot in Blytheville, being serenaded by trumpeter swans in Heber Springs and swinging a hammer at Americas Blacksmith Shop in Mountain View its all on tap during a brand new edition of Exploring Arkansas, Wednesday, Feb. 6, at 6:30 p.m.
AR-CAN the Arkansas Citizens Access Network a web-based network that will provide Arkansans with unprecedented access to state government, is now available at aetn.org/arcan. Read on to learn more about how this website, which is dedicated to livestreaming Arkansas state government events and meetings, is designed to improve government transparency and serve as an important educational tool, allowing students to see their government at work while learning about public affairs and civic responsibility.
KTHV-TV 11 - CBS
720 S Izard St
Little Rock, AR 72201 Directions
Two communities were forever changed after a deadly EF4 tornado stormed 150 miles, but now the towns are building themselves back up.
In this story, youll meet three siblings - Jada, Hunter, and Gavin. Theyve spent a couple years in foster care but yearn to have a traditional family that will allow them to be back under the same roof, together.
The Arkansas Racing Commission has approved a rule that would require a letter of support for a casino from the current county judge and mayor.
Beignets are a tasty way to get in the Mardi Gras spirit.
Freddie Rhinehart, 68, offers love and support for Benton students at almost every school game.
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