Author: Rowland Hoyt

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Millennials are moving away from tradition once again by putting value in experience instead of property.        ... [Read More]
Despite concern and controversy, Arkansas franchisee Marty Gunaca said he's ready for a "burger war."        ... [Read More]
The $80 million project hopes to make travel between the two cities safer by flattening hills and straightening curves. [Read More]
Organizers are rushing to gather signatures for hot-topic ballot measures. [Read More]
A subdivision in Hot Springs started celebrating this morning with a patriotic party after realizing how many military connections they had among their neighbors. [Read More]
The company says the distance between substations is the issue and has invested $10 million for two new substations to address the problem.        ... [Read More]
Karson Hamilton has been fishing since the fifth grade and attributes much of his success to his father. [Read More]
These trades traditionally require apprenticeships, not college, but now schools are working with employers to fill that labor pipeline and prime the apprenticeship pump. [Read More]
Judge Fox wanted it fixed once and for all. So he ordered that nobody gets any birth certificates until it gets solved by the governor... [Read More]
They did it to support Faith Hopkins, as she recovers at a Little Rock hospital after a car crash took both her parents' lives on... [Read More]
They did it to support Faith Hopkins, as she recovers at a Little Rock hospital after a car crash took both her parents' lives on... [Read More]
You can feel a buzz on Central Ave., with beer at the center of it all. [Read More]
There's a new police chief on the job in Jacksonville but not everyone in the city is happy about it. [Read More]
At least one of the seven men set to be executed later this month said he's ready to pay for his crimes.        ... [Read More]
At least one of the seven men set to be executed later this month said he's ready to pay for his crimes. [Read More]
Friday night's storms caused damage in Lonsdale. [Read More]
The expansion of US 67/167 through Jacksonville could become a political story complete with a proposed wall and infrastructure improvements. It has nothing to do... [Read More]
The expansion of US 67/167 through Jacksonville could become a political story complete with a proposed wall and infrastructure improvements. It has nothing to do... [Read More]
Little Rock Police identified the detective who shot and killed a man she says tried to rob her as she finished an off-duty detail Friday... [Read More]
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