WASHINGTON COUNTY -- Voters who went to the polls in may noticed a new voter ID law in effect. It remains a hot topic going into the general
struck down the voter ID law. But as of now, Union County is still sticking to the old one. "Only people that at this time that we
will appeal the ruling on the Voter ID law "as quickly as possible on the board's behalf." Click the link above to read the full ruling.
affecting who can cast a ballot, and when. More than a dozen new laws that require voters to have photo ID to cast a ballot are prompting outrage
by the general assembly in 2013. More on Arkansas Voter ID Law .
LITTLE ROCK -- A Pulaski County judge finds the state's Voter ID law unconstitutional for a second time this week. On Friday, Judge Tim Fox said
LITTLE ROCK, AR - The Arkansas Supreme Court has struck down the Voter ID Law in a decision released Wednesday afternoon. The law required
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Five days before early voting starts, Arkansas' Supreme Court has struck down the state's new Voter ID Law. There are only two
that ruled Arkansas' Voter ID law, which would require voters to show photo ID at the polls, unconstitutional. This means the law will remain in place until
but declined to provide a specific timeline. The new law takes effect January 1. "We firmly believe that this voter ID law is not consistent
After erasing a nine-point deficit and taking its first lead of the second half with 11.5 seconds left, the No. 25 Arkansas men’s basketball team’s furious comeback on the road at Florida came up just short as Michael Frazier hit a pair of free throws with 1.9 seconds on the clock to give the Gators a 57-56 win Saturday afternoon on CBS.
Arkansas head coach Mike Anderson and players Bobby Portis and Anton Beard spoke to the media following the Razorbacks one point loss to the Gators on Saturday afternoon.
Arkansas' newest Senator speaks about his first vote, the Keystone XL pipeline, imposing new sanctions on Iran, and the threat posed by the terror group ISIS.
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BENTONVILLE-- Nearly 95% of the time a child is abused they know the offender, often making it difficult to recognize something bad has happened.