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Mississippi River Traffic Reopens Under Damaged Bridge
More than 45 tug boats hauling about 700 barges had been idled, waiting for clearance.
May 14th, 2021
Repairs to Interstate Bridge Could Take Months
Engineers are still struggling to determine if the bridge can hold its own weight and the weight of construction crews.
May 13th, 2021
Chinese Company Abandons $1.8B Paper Mill in U.S.
The company cited 'continued political friction and economic instability.'
Mar 17th, 2020
Food & Beverage
Ark. Can't Enforce Meat-Labeling Law
The law bans using terms such as 'burger' or 'sausage' to sell vegetarian and vegan products.
Dec 12th, 2019
Vote Would Expand Execution Drug Secrecy
Arkansas and a dozen other states have enacted laws since 2011 preventing the release of information about the source of their execution drugs.
Apr 4th, 2019
Concern in AR Town Highlights Trade Fears
Locals fear the threat of trade war, as a billion-dollar investment planned by a Chinese company has been delayed.
Aug 9th, 2018
Judge Dismisses Monsanto Lawsuit
Arkansas enacted a ban after receiving nearly 1,000 complaints last year about the weed killer drifting onto fields and damaging crops not resistant to the herbicide.
Feb 19th, 2018
Monsanto Trying to Stop Another Weed Killer Ban
Farmers say the weed killer drifts onto their crops and causes widespread damage.
Dec 6th, 2017
Arkansas Finds Death Penalty Drug Maker
The New York company says it won't sell its products if they'll be used in executions.
Nov 8th, 2017
Monsanto Sues State
Farmers say the herbicide has caused widespread damage.
Oct 24th, 2017
Weed Killer is Turning Neighbor Against Neighbor
The furor surrounding the herbicide known as dicamba is being blamed for the recent death of soybean farmer Mike Wallace.
Jul 18th, 2017
Chinese Textile Firm Hiring 800 in U.S.
Local officials said the jobs will be a major boost for an area that is still feeling the effects of the closure of a Sanyo television plant.
May 11th, 2017