Arkansas Attorney General Rutledge Seeks Re-Election in 2018
Leslie Rutledge at the Republican National Convention.

Arkansas Attorney General Rutledge Seeks Re-Election in 2018

Attorney General Leslie Rutledge launches her 2018 re-election bid, joining a growing list of Arkansas elected officials who have begun raising money and organizing their campaigns more than two years ahead of that election.
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Arkansas Ex-Judge Ordered Held on Federal Charges

A former Arkansas judge accused of giving lighter sentences to defendants in exchange for nude photos and sexual acts will remain in jail for now.
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Morrilton Company Shows Claws in Trademark Lawsuit Against Big Lots

A Morrilton pet supply company has its fur standing on end after seeing a cat scratcher for sale at Big Lots Stores Inc.
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Asa Hutchinson Makes Board, Commission Appointments

Gov. Asa Hutchinson announces appointments to boards, commissions and more.
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City of Fayetteville Asks Court to Uphold Its LGBT Protections

An Arkansas city says its ordinance banning discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity doesn't violate a state law that was intended to prevent such local protections, and argues the state's highest court doesn't need to weigh in on the law's constitutionality. read more >

Report: Arkansas Medical Pot Plan Costs More Than It Raises

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Arkansas Court Says Cases Need Review After Flawed Forensics

Arkansas' high court has sent two cases back to lower courts to consider whether flawed testimony from FBI forensics experts is enough to overturn the convictions of two men. read more >

Union Asks Court to Reverse Wal-Mart Trespassing Order

A labor union is asking the Arkansas Supreme Court to reverse a judge's order barring it from trespassing on the retail giant's property in the state, arguing that the issue needs to be settled by a federal board. read more >

Landowners, Exxon Mobil Attorneys Spar in Appeals Court

Attorneys for landowners along a crude oil pipeline that ruptured in Arkansas in 2013 say Exxon Mobil Pipeline Co. breached its contract because the pipeline interferes with their ability to enjoy their property. read more >

Cherokee Nation Donated $6M to Arkansas Casino Campaign

Campaign finance reports show the Cherokee Nation gave $6 million to the group behind a casino legalization proposal that was disqualified from the November ballot, while a dog track and horse track gave more than $1.4 million to the campaign opposing it. read more >

Arkansas Casino Campaign Asks Court to Reconsider Ruling

The group behind a proposal disqualified from the November ballot that would have legalized casinos in three Arkansas counties is asking the state Supreme Court to reconsider its ruling against the measure. read more >

Group: Unlikely to Get Involved in Arkansas AG Race

A conservative group that criticized Leslie Rutledge during her successful bid for Arkansas attorney general two years ago says it doesn't expect to get involved in her 2018 re-election campaign, and is calling the Republican as a strong advocate for limited government. read more >

Ex-Judge Joseph Boeckmann Indicted on Fraud, Bribery Charges

A former Arkansas judge accused of giving lighter sentences to defendants in exchange for nude photos and sexual acts has been indicted on federal fraud and bribery charges, according to a federal indictment unsealed Monday. read more >

Two Others in Hunt for Allied Before Today's Bank Took Ownership

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