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Update: Highway Officials Await Proposed Fixes From I-30 Widening Contractor

The $187.3 million project in Saline County is more than 14 months behind its original scheduled completion date. read more >
Health Care / Legal / Retail

Judge: Group Can Proceed With Purchase of Medical Marijuana Dispensary

A Stone County Circuit Court judge rules that the sale of a medical marijuana dispensary can move forward after the seller tried to back out of the transaction in 2020. read more >
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Sustainability Credits Venture Gone Awry: Legal Battle Unfolds over $67 Million Land DealLock Icon

Partners Jerry Lee Bogard and Rebecca Winemiller purchased 12,500 acres in hopes of selling sustainability credits. However, the credits never sold, and Bogard and Winemiller are now involved in a lawsuit over their business. read more >
A Google Street View image of the Bowman Curve II retail center at 200 N. Bowman Rd. in Little Rock.
Real Estate / Retail

Bowman Curve Retail Centers Sell for $10MLock Icon

Retail space, undeveloped land and apartments provide this week’s mix of million-dollar real estate transactions in Pulaski County. read more >
Legal / Media & Marketing

Tax Lien Entered on Terry FlemingLock Icon

Terry L. Fleming, the Little Rock businessman facing civil lawsuits that accuse him of human trafficking and sexually exploiting younger women, has had a $960,000 tax lien filed against him for not paying state income taxes. read more >
Terry Fleming, left, and Kaylee Cathcart, in an exhibit in a civil suit filed last month.
Legal / Manufacturing

Trafficking Lawsuit Against PerfectVision Founder DismissedLock Icon

Terry L. Fleming scored a legal victory last week when a judge dismissed a civil lawsuit that accused him of human trafficking and sexually exploiting younger women. read more >
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Lawsuit Fuels Foreclosure Against FlashLock Icon

A foreclosure lawsuit against a West Memphis gas station operator is its latest legal woe. read more >
Terry Fleming, left, and Kaylee Cathcart, in an exhibit in a civil suit filed last month.
Legal / Manufacturing

PerfectVision Founder Accused of AbuseLock Icon

The founder of one of Arkansas’ largest private companies stands accused in four civil lawsuits of human trafficking and sexually exploiting younger women. read more >
The commercial project at 1203-1205 S. University Ave. in Little Rock is a part of what was once known as Spaulding Plaza.
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Midtown Little Rock Project Visited by $1.4M Sale (Real Deals)Lock Icon

Dukan Holding LLC, led by Dadiqu Ali and Murad Mandani, purchased the 1203-1205 S. University Ave. project. read more >
Government & Politics / Real Estate / Transportation

Little Rock Buys New Home for BeaconLock Icon

The city of Little Rock spent $540,000 to buy 100 acres of east Pulaski County north of the Arkansas River to relocate a piece of antiquated flight technology. read more >
MS Industries II LLC of Russellville, Alabama, a mining research and development company, was formed in 2012.
Construction / Investments / Legal / Manufacturing

Lennox Heir Mines $68M ForeclosureLock Icon

Everyone can agree that Steven Booth lent an Alabama mining research and development company $54 million that hasn’t been repaid. But past that, agreement breaks down. read more >
Mt. Magazine Farms LLC of Monterey, Louisiana, purchased nearly 3,200 acres of land in southwest Pulaski County.
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Agri Acreage Yields $11.7 Million Harvest (Real Deals)Lock Icon

Mt. Magazine Farms LLC of Monterey, Louisiana, bought the property from Carlton Farms LLC of Columbia, Illinois. Most of the acreage is about 10 miles south of Scott along Highway 161. read more >
Mt. Magazine Farms LLC of Monterey, Louisiana, purchased nearly 3,200 acres of land in southwest Pulaski County.
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Pulaski County Farmland Sells for $11.7 MillionLock Icon

Farmland, a retail project, two apartment projects, two homes and an industrial property form a procession of Pulaski County million-dollar transactions. read more >
Oakwood Apartments at 1310 Smithwick Drive in Jacksonville.
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Oakwood Apartments Sale Tops $6.5 Million (Real Deals)

An affiliate of Los Angeles real estate investment firm AndMark bought the Oakwood Apartments project at 1310 Smithwick Drive in Jacksonville. read more >
 St. John’s Apartments at 5001 W. 65th St. in Little Rock.
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St. John’s Apartments Sells for $3.2 Million (Real Deals)

Originally led by David Henry, St. J Apartments Ltd. bought Westgate Apartments at 5001 W. 65th St. for $2 million in April 2007 and rechristened the project St. John’s. read more >
Larry Crain
Legal / Media & Marketing

With End to Lawsuits, Larry Crain Sells Stations

All of the pending litigation that Little Rock businessman Larry Crain was entangled with earlier this year has been resolved, opening the door to the sale of two radio stations. read more >
NBA organizer Ron Tullos (circa 1988)
Banking & Finance / Investments

Other Banks Considered Buying National Bank of Arkansas

The pending sale of National Bank of Arkansas will mark an end to a 32-year run for the North Little Rock enterprise. Though Arvest Bank sealed the deal, other banks inquired about purchasing NBA. Plus: a conservative estimate of the value of the deal. read more >