Road Fix Up to Voters? ‘Well, Maybe'

Road Fix Up to Voters? ‘Well, Maybe'

Scott Bennett, director of the Arkansas Highway & Transportation Department, says the state needs to double its current annual funding of $400 million to properly take care of its transportation needs.
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Rogers Airport Prepares for $6.6 Million in Improvements

An Arkansas airport will briefly close to allow for a $6.6 million construction project for runway, lighting and drainage improvements.
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SMH, Uber (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

The ideas and technology of privately held Uber Inc. are still at the mercy of management, and the management of Uber is just horrible.
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