List complete with 49 names, committee set to start paring
The applicant list for Arkansas State University's chancellor position now has nearly 50 names, including an internal candidate and another two currently in Arkansas.
Arkansas killed a prisoner Thursday night for the first time in more than 11 years after the state high court spared another death-row inmate's life.
School’s business dean among 13 new candidates for university’s top job
The pool for the next chancellor of Arkansas State University got 13 people deeper, drawing former university leaders and the school's own business dean.
He stops 6; justices grant stay for the 7th
A Pulaski County circuit judge on Friday halted six scheduled executions -- the first of which was scheduled for Monday -- by ordering the state's Department of Correction not to use the second drug in the three-drug cocktail.
Campus visits scheduled for candidates after list whittled down from 27 applicants
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock chose four finalists Friday for its executive vice chancellor and provost, all of whom will visit the campus within the next two weeks.
When the verdict came in Thursday in her favor, the mother of a teenage burglary suspect who was fatally shot by a former Little Rock police officer in 2012 cried so hard that she shook.
No verdict yet in ex-officer’s trial
After telling a judge they could not reach a unanimous verdict late Wednesday night, the jurors in a federal civil trial against a former Little Rock police officer who fatally shot a teenage burglary suspect in 2012 will resume deliberations this morning.
Former Little Rock police officer Josh Hastings rested his defense Tuesday in the wrongful-death civil trial against him, but not before a contentious exchange between his expert witness and the plaintiff's attorney.
Fleeing as officer fired gun, he says
A teenager in the car with Bobby Moore III -- the 15-year-old who was fatally shot by a Little Rock police officer in 2012 -- said Monday that the car was fully stopped when he first spotted the officer's gun.
The veracity of the former Little Rock police officer who fatally shot a teenage burglary suspect in 2012 dominated testimony in the third day of a federal civil trial Thursday.