In 2004, the hospital shut its doors overnight, leaving behind thousands of unsecured employee files and patient records, including copies of Social Security cards, drivers licenses and medical test results.
This is the largest multistate Attorney General privacy settlement in U.S history; Arkansas serves on the executive committee.
The breaches compromised the personal information of millions of consumers nationwide.
The coalition of attorneys general argues that Congress has not given the DOT authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions.
About 2,800 Arkansans per year go through the Adult Drug Court programs in 49 of the state’s 75 counties.
Arkansas’ Medicaid fraud watchdog saw its most active year in fiscal 2022, which ended Sept. 30, racking up 51 arrests and 33 convictions for various types of Medicaid fraud.
after obtaining money from customers, construction would cease on the projects, leaving many Arkansans with nothing more than holes in their backyards.