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COVID Creates Nursing Crisis

COVID Creates Nursing Crisis

Health CareTransportationCover Story

Record COVID cases are transforming a long-standing problem in Arkansas — the state’s nursing shortage — into a crisis. read more >

Omicron and UAMS’ Financial Prognosis

Omicron and UAMS’ Financial Prognosis

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The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock is unsure how the fast-moving omicron variant will affect its financial health for its current fiscal year. read more >

In 2022, Going to the Bank Is Still a Thing

In 2022, Going to the Bank Is Still a Thing

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The COVID-19 pandemic has proved the importance of digital technology in the business community, but that doesn’t mean the old-fashioned, in-store experience is necessarily going the way of the dinosaur. read more >

Arkansas Racetracks Take Opposite Turns

Arkansas Racetracks Take Opposite Turns

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Greyhounds will stop running at Southland Casino Racing in West Memphis. In contrast, Oaklawn Racing Casino Resort in Hot Springs is running an expanded horse meet that began in December with a near-record 66 race days scheduled. read more >

Mobile Sports Bets May Be Just a Tap Away

Mobile Sports Bets May Be Just a Tap Away

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The state has three glittering gambling halls and a fourth on the drawing board, but Arkansas sports bettors could soon have a mini-casino in their pockets: their cellphones. read more >

The Year in Executive Q&A: 2021

The Year in Executive Q&A: 2021

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Week after week, we approach executives from businesses large and small, nonprofits and even government agencies, and we ask them to answer questions about their organizations, their industries and themselves. read more >

Developers Plan New Gateway to Jonesboro

Developers Plan New Gateway to Jonesboro

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A 175-acre mixed-use development called Southern Hills is taking shape in southwest Jonesboro as developers court a large retail anchor tenant and plan to wrap up infrastructure work there within a few weeks. read more >