Recent showers temporarily relieved drought conditions in parts of the southwestern United States, but dry weather will persist through the summer.
A figure from the Whitewater investigation of President Bill Clinton says an ex-campaign aide to President Donald Trump should prepare to testify before a grand jury despite on-and-off threats about defying a subpoena.
A former Arkansas judge who’s set to be sentenced Wednesday for giving lighter sentences to male defendants in return for sexual favors had been investigated for similar crimes while a part-time prosecutor more than two decades ago, but federal prosecutors decided not to charge him because he agreed to step down, according to court records filed ahead of a hearing.
A former Arkansas judge who admitted giving lighter sentences to male defendants in return for sexual favors was investigated for similar crimes while a part-time deputy prosecutor more than two decades ago, but federal prosecutors opted not to charge him because he agreed to step down, according to court records filed ahead of the judge’s sentencing.
A Roman Catholic bishop who has led prayers at Arkansas anti-abortion rallies says he will not take part this year because its featured speaker is a public official who actively pushed for the state’s aggressive execution schedule last year.
An Arkansas judge says prison officials must release the package label from a recently acquired lethal injection drug, saying manufacturers don’t enjoy the same secrecy as others under the state’s execution procedures.
While live rescues from Houston’s swift floodwaters flicker on television screens around the world, Hurricane Harvey’s first victims in the coastal city of Rockport pluck through what’s left of their soggy belongings searching for treasured keepsakes.
A death penalty expert says Arkansas may have found a reliable source for an execution drug.
Community activists in Little Rock are urging witnesses to step forward to help solve the latest killing in Arkansas’ capital city, where the homicide rate is inching toward a level unseen in two decades.