He got his start in Little Rock clubs.
More moderate-sounding mush from a bedrock conservative.
Trial set Tuesday apparently will be delayed by press of other cases in same court.
The state Supreme Court declared Thursday that votes should be counted on a constitutional amendment that would legalize cannabis in Arkansas for adults 21 and older.
Searcy native Nathan Howdeshell of Gossip is spinning records. Pangburn guitar god Greg Spradlin and honky tonk heroes The Salty Dogs (lead singer Brad Williams and drummer Bart Angel are from Searcy, too) round out the bill.
An amendment to legalize marijuana for adults will be on the November ballot.
Matt Campbell, the Little Rock lawyer who publishes the muckraking Blue Hog Report, has filed his promise complaint against the city of Little Rock for failure to comply with Freedom of Information Act requests.
At least it's not so hot today.
Donors of all levels chipped in for the $16 million expansion to Our House. The fund still is short about $450,000, but Director Ben Goodwin and others kicked off construction Thursday.
The daily update on COVID-19 cases in Arkansas. Total cases: 948,742, an increase of 775 since Wednesday. Active cases: 7,348, down from 7,622 Deaths: 12,046, an increase of 18 Hospitalized: 286, down from 289 In ICU: 48, same as yesterday On ventilators: 19, down from 22