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\In its efforts to keep inflation under control, the Federal Reserve’s Open Market Committee (FOMC) raised the target range for the federal funds rate for the fifth time in 2022 to 3% to 3.25%
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has been awarded a nearly $2 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to enhance teaching and student success in undergraduate STEM education. This is the largest grant UA Little Rock has ever received from the National Science Foundation.
President Joe Biden’s three-part plan to cancel up to $20,000 in student loan debt for nearly 27 million borrowers has set off fierce debate across the nation over the merits of the initiative that could cost taxpayers between $300-$500 billion.
For many consumers and retailers, Labor Day is associated with shopping for tax-free back-to-school supplies or purchasing a big-ticket item such as new furniture or a brand-new car.
Third place. The phrase was coined by sociologist Ray Oldenburg to signify the physical place that occurs between first place (home) and second place (work), especially through the lens of community-building.
Arkansas highway officials said the downtown 30 Crossing project has reached a major milestone as construction workers are prepping to shift traffic onto the newly constructed I-30 Arkansas River bridge during the upcoming Labor Day holiday.
UA Little Rock alumnus and famed Arkansas artist Kevin Kresse has spent over a year of his life dedicated to the monumental task of creating an 8-foot-tall statue that will immortalize the life and legacy of country music icon Johnny Cash.
As Arkansas kicks off its back-to-school shopping season, retailers are hoping that rising inflation does not hurt one of their busiest and most profitable periods.
As extreme hot weather presents special challenges across the region, utility and grid operators are closely monitoring the power grid and recent demand spike to ensure local residents and businesses stay cool.
With about a month left before the 2022 vacation season ends, Arkansas and other U.S. tourists seeking a last-minute respite before Labor Day are hoping they won’t face the air travel disruptions that pushed pandemic weary travelers to the brink.
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