Jose Luis Aguilar regularly supplied narcotics to multiple dealers in the Hot Springs area between July 29, 2020, through at least September 25, 2020.
Sen. Crowell’s Capitol Week in Review
The Senate has approved legislation that makes the single largest investment in public education in Arkansas history.
Patient sues Arkansas medical marijuana growers, lab over alleged THC inflation
A new civil lawsuit accuses Arkansas’ largest cannabis testing lab of conspiring with medical marijuana cultivators to inflate the amount of THC in certain products.
More questions arise in ‘obscene’ book bill
In a telephone interview Saturday, Gonzales said he was sponsoring the bill as a favor to his friend and colleague, Sen. Dan Sullivan (R-Jonesboro) and not because of any citizen complaints or concerns in his district.
Arkansas Senate approves bill to hold libraries accountable for ‘obscene’ material
A bill that would open the door to criminal liability for the distribution of “obscene” content by school and public libraries passed the Arkansas Senate on a party-line vote Wednesday and will next be considered by the House.
Amity publisher speaks out against bill at Capitol hearing
May told a House of Representatives subcommittee why the proposed new law could end The Southern Standard.
Company wants to inject CO2 under South Arkansas | magnoliareporter.com
This long-term underground storage, called geologic sequestration, reduces atmospheric CO2 emissions and helps to mitigate climate change.