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Arkansas’ energy grid gets tested as winter storm blankets state

Amid the winter storm that barreled into Arkansas more than 25 states last week, the nation got a glimpse into the nation’s aging and fragile energy grid as it struggles to keep pace with the increasing demands of the 21st Century and growing threats both near and far.

February 22-28, 2021

Arkansas’ energy grid gets tested as winter storm blankets state

Amid the winter storm that barreled into Arkansas more than 25 states last week, the nation got a glimpse into the nation’s aging and fragile energy grid as it struggles to keep pace with the increasing demands of the 21st Century and growing threats both near and far.

Biden administration extends federal moratoriums, eviction bans through June 30

As part of the President Joe Biden’s efforts to provide relief to thousands of Americans facing foreclosure or evictions, three federal agencies announced plans on Feb. 16 extend the federal moratorium for several relief programs set to expire at end of this month.

UA Little Rock Hosts ‘Sompasauna’ exhibit by alumni Dylan Yarbrough

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will host a photography exhibit by alumni Dylan Yarbrough that documents the gatherings around a public sauna in Finland.

Weekly Legislative Roundup

Entering the 6th week of the legislative session, the State of Arkansas observed George Washington’s Birthday and Daisy Gatson Bates Day as an official state holiday on Monday, Feb. 15

Brown on Business

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Center for Microeconomic Data on Feb. 17 issued its highly watched quarterly report on the nation’s household debt and credit.