Father's Day is right around the corner, and Little Rock Family has the perfect gift -- cool crafts for dad. Watch the video to see how we made awesome crafts from the book "Made by Dad: 67 Blueprints for Making Cool Stuff" and have a chance to win the book TODAY (June 13)!
Today in the Arkansas Business Week in Review on THV 11 News: Martha Shoffner's legal woes multiply, UALR announces a new high-tech center, ASU studies adding a new medical school in Jonesboro and much more.
Last night on THV 11 News, Arkansas Business editor Gwen Moritz told our news partner that "confidential human source 1" in the criminal complaint against Arkansas Treasurer Martha Shoffner could really only be one person, broker Steele Stephens.
On AETN's "Arkansas Week," we talk about the farm bill in Washington D.C., new developments in the Arkansas governor's race, earnings season and the abortion law in court. Also: The "Arkansas Business Week in Review" on THV 11 News.
On "Arkansas Week," those $2 billion worth of looming tax cut bills Republicans are starting to run in the Legislature, more on the non-expansion expansion of Medicaid, voter ID, a bit on Big River Steel and battling budgets in Washington D.C.
Arkansas State Police confirm "a personnel matter associated with the investigation of Trooper Denney" in a traffic stop involving former Arkansas State University football player Michael Dyer. Here's video of the stop and the full statement from the Arkansas State Police.
A luncheon honoring the 2012 class of 40 Under 40 business and community leaders, featuring guest speaker Kevin Scanlon, was held by Arkansas Business Wednesday at the Doubletree Hotel in downtown Little Rock. Includes video.
Goodwill Industries of Arkansas announces that it will move its headquarters to the former Celestica Corp. building at 7400 Scott Hamilton Drive in Little Rock, a 570,000-SF facility that will also house the nonprofit's outlet store, an e-waste recycling effort, job training services and other programs.