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The hottest toys on Walmart and Amazon’s 2021 Christmas list could soon be out of stock or out of most people’s price range if the ongoing supply chain issues persist heading into the pre-holiday shopping season.
Mayor Frank Scott Jr. is asking Little Rock City Directors to consider two new maps that realigns the city’s seven wards to handle the city’s decade-long population growth and more diverse demographics.
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock recently received a $750,000 grant from the National Centers of Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity, making it one of the only universities in the country to offer a graduate certificate in cybersecurity education.
As the 12-person board of the Arkansas Regional Organ Recovery Agency concludes its national search to replace its current chief executive, a new publicly available report released by the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CSM) shows the performance of the state’s largest organ procurement organization (OPO) is worse than previously thought.
The old saying, “There’s a new sheriff in town,” has never been more apt than in describing Eric Higgins who was sworn into the role in 2019.
Simmons Bank (Simmons) recently announced today the expansion of its presence in west Little Rockk with the purchase of Class A office space located at 17901 Chenal Parkway, which is the former corporate headquarters of Arkansas competitor Bank OZK. Pending signage and branding replacement, certain renovations planned to the interior, and regulatory approval, Simmons said it intends to begin moving associates into the building later this year.
In what the White House website entitles, “Path Out of The Pandemic,” President Joe Biden’s doctrine for getting the COVID pandemic under control begins with the chapter, “Vaccinating the Unvaccinated.” The entry spells out the president’s progress thus far in 2021, including claims of making more vaccine available starting in January and in July calling on private employers directly to encourage vaccination among workers.
The executive director of the state’s largest organ procurement organization (OPO) is stepping down from his position as the local nonprofit agency known as ARORA faces possible decertification nearly 21 years after a federal court ruling saved it from a similar fate.
The Arkansas General Assembly is expected to convene a special session later this week to redraw the state’s four congressional seats with new population data from the 2020 Census.
As Entergy Corp. rebounds from Hurricane Ida after restoring power to nearly 950,000 customers in Louisiana and Mississippi, the parent company of Entergy Arkansas announced a plan to sell off its New Orleans subsidiary amid criticism of weeks-long outages in the region.
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