Beginning this Friday (December 18th) and continuing through January 1, 2021, motorists will witness an increased presence of state and local law enforcement whether they’re traveling across the state or across the country.
Among a rapidly increasing number of COVID-19 cases in Northeast Arkansas, 11 medical institutions issued a joint statement Monday urging residents of the region to remain diligent in their efforts to slow the spread of the virus.
Arkansas State Police and other agencies across the state will show zero tolerance for impaired drivers.
AState is making sure educators aren’t alone in the unusual settings created by a global pandemic.
Deaths increased by 11 on Monday while active cases reached 6,882.
The backlog has more than tripled since November 2019, growing to 197,000 veterans nationwide. In Arkansas, more than 1,500 veterans are waiting for a C&P exam.
During this temporary closure, any player who wins more than $500 must mail in his winning ticket.
A restaurant in NEA shut down its dining room this week because customers refused to wear masks.