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Traffic deaths are lingering near historic highs in most states despite less driving overall, prompting policymakers to consider deploying more police or installing automated monitoring such as speed cameras to curb speeding and reckless driving.
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock honored five of its outstanding graduates with the UA Little Rock Distinguished Alumni Awards during a Nov. 10 awards ceremony at the Clinton Presidential Center.
Thomas Real Estate sits just a stone’s throw from the historical Saline County courthouse in downtown Benton. and if you desire a history lesson from past decades about the fastest growing county in Arkansas, you won’t find a better educator than the man who sits at the helm of the aforementioned company, Lilburn (Lib) Carlisle.
A few miles south of Little Rock off I-30 sits a peaceful 34 acres of land.
Judge Randy Morley (right in top photo) and his brother, Steve Morley, were together again with colleagues and friends for the Dean R. Morley Scholarship dinner on September 19 at the Greens at North Hills in Sherwood.
A group called the Coalition for Buffalo River National Park Preserve is exploring the possibility of getting the first national river converted into a national park preserve in hopes of economic growth for the area.
In a groundbreaking collaboration that promises to redefine the landscape of teacher education, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and the Jacksonville North Pulaski School District have joined forces to introduce an innovative new teacher residency program.
The future of work in the post-pandemic world is still murky in Arkansas and across the nation as employers adjust to the realities of the workplace.
Little Rock Athletics celebrated the Thompson Family of Thompson Electric as the honorees for the 15th Annual SpectacuaLR event benefiting Trojan Athletics.
An academic at heart with a passion for finding those spaces in which the real world and classroom collide – Victoria DeFrancesco Soto aims to put the UA Clinton School of Public Service on the map. Since taking the reins as Dean in January of 2022, she continues to work toward her goal – to see the Clinton School progress, improve, and grow.
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