Tagged: Asa Hutchinson

WeWork Wants Space With Bentonville Flavor

WeWork Wants Space With Bentonville Flavor

WeWork is a 9-year-old New York company that builds and runs shared office spaces in more than 100 cities worldwide. It announced April 1 that it would expand its operations to Bentonville at a soon-to-be-developed space at 224 S. Main St. that it hopes to open in 2021. read more >

Arkansas in Court Today in Fight Over Sedative for Executions

Arkansas in Court Today in Fight Over Sedative for Executions

Health CareLegal

A federal lawsuit filed by death row inmates has renewed a court fight over whether the sedative Arkansas uses for lethal injections causes torturous executions, two years after the state raced to put eight convicted killers to death in 11 days before a previous batch of the drug expired. read more >

Springdale Hopes Opportunity Strikes

Springdale Hopes Opportunity Strikes

Banking & Finance

Daniel Hintz knows about revitalizing a city’s downtown area and believes a new federal tax program could be just the ticket for Springdale’s budding efforts. read more >

Arkansas Bill Banning 'Sanctuary' Cities Fails In Committee

Arkansas Bill Banning 'Sanctuary' Cities Fails In Committee

Legal

A proposal to prohibit Arkansas cities from refusing to cooperate with federal immigration authorities failed before a House committee on Monday after the state's Republican governor said he wanted the legislation changed to ensure it wouldn't open the door to racial profiling. read more >

AETN Commission Demands Allegiance to Pledger

AETN Commission Demands Allegiance to Pledger

Whispers

The Arkansas Educational Television Network Commission has issued an ultimatum to its nonprofit counterpart, the fundraising AETN Foundation: Get on board with Executive Director Courtney Pledger or else. read more >

Looking On the Bright Side (Editorial)

Looking On the Bright Side (Editorial)

OpinionHealth CareTechnology & Telecom

Those in positions of authority are sometimes advised to praise the behaviors they want to see more often. To that end, as voters we aim to please. read more >

Arkansas Lawmakers Weigh Monument Protection Bill

Arkansas lawmakers are considering a bill that would make it illegal to remove or alter any military or historical monument on public property, including those honoring the Confederacy, unless a state commission agrees to the changes. read more >

Arkansas House Votes 75-18 to Keep Medicaid Plan

Arkansas House Votes 75-18 to Keep Medicaid Plan

Health Care

Arkansas lawmakers have voted to keep the state's Medicaid expansion another year, days after the program's future appeared in limbo following a court decision blocking the state from enforcing a work requirement. read more >