Arkansas Is Being Sued For Banning Abortions During The Coronavirus But Letting Dentists Continue Taking Appointments
Arkansas is the sixth state to try to block abortion access during the pandemic.
14 Infuriating Pictures Of "Social Distancing" In Arkansas, Which STILL Doesn't Have A Stay-At-Home Order
The state ranks next-to-last for social distancing.
The woman, Lunden Roberts, filed a paternity suit in May and on Wednesday notified the court of the DNA test results.
“They stuffed their clothing with sheets, and there were socks sticking out of their legs so it looked like someone was in the bed," a spokesperson for the US Marshals Service said.
The block will only last 14 days before the judge makes a final decision about the law.
Her husband's porn watching was a “personal affront to [Patricia Hill] and her god," her attorney said.
A High School Newspaper Was Suspended For Publishing An Investigation Into Football Players’ Transfers
“They are like, ‘Well, you raised an uproar, we’re going to try and silence you,’” said Halle Roberts, 17, the editor-in-chief of the Har-Ber Herald in Arkansas.
Under the state’s new work requirements system, for every one new person working, volunteering, or training, another 50 people lost their health insurance at the beginning of September.
"I never thought that I would go there and feel feared or feel like a target," said Demarcus Bunch, who recorded the encounter.
Auch wenn ihre Taten oft nicht in den Geschichtsbüchern landen.
Aries Clark, 16, was fatally shot in Marion, Arkansas, when he raised what was later determined to be a BB gun and pointed it at officers, the local prosecutor said.
A shooter opened fire in the Power Ultra Lounge nightclub in Little Rock in the early hours of Saturday morning. Some of the injured were trampled while trying to escape the club.
The suspect, who destroyed a similar monument in Oklahoma two years ago, recorded a Facebook Live video of himself driving into the statue.
Walmart told BuzzFeed News they're trying to identify the woman in the video and ban her from their stores.
The drawings, which the artist had created over the course of 30 years, also had "fag," "bad art," and "this is not art" written on them.
~ america the beautiful ~
Acen King was killed when he and his grandmother were attacked on a shopping trip.
Police said the driver became enraged because he believed the grandmother "wasn't moving fast enough at a stop sign."
As voters legalize weed across the country, doctors groups still voice serious doubts about its medical value.
The former Arkansas judge allegedly took compromising photos of male defendants at his home for years in exchange for lighter punishments.
The state supreme court ruled against death row inmates, finding the state had no obligation to publicly disclose the drug supplier, and upheld the state's execution protocol.
Victims said the judge would sentence them to community service, invite them to his home, and ask them to bend over to pick up cans while he took pictures.
The 18-year-old man is currently facing felony robbery charges.
In a new web video, the campaign's turned to Bill Clinton to make the case for Hillary Clinton as the practical, effective candidate who can advance Obama's legacy.
At least 60 people were also injured and multiple homes were destroyed during the atypically violent December storms.
A judge ordered the state on Tuesday to let three same-sex couples amend their children's birth certificates such that they would include both parents' names. But Wednesday morning, officials turned away two other same-sex parents, and later announced they would appeal the judge’s decision.
Give us your tired, your poor... but just in some cases.
Several others were injured in the Friday crash.
The former Arkansas governor has cast himself this election cycle as the defender of Social Security and Medicare, but in 2011, he wrote in his book that the U.S. government should raise the eligibility age for both programs, and reduce benefits for Social Security.
Donna Pinckley photographs interracial couples and writes the negative comments they have been subjected to underneath.
Behind the scenes at the 44th annual Miss Gay Arkansas pageant.
So much to see and feel here.
Welp, looks like I'm never sleeping again.
Same-sex couples are marrying in parts of Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Michigan, Nebraska, Ohio, South Dakota, Tennessee, and Texas. While some governors have declared the end of marriage bans in their states, other state officials decried the court's decision and left the next steps in doubt.
The perfect outfit for your next wonk night out.
The young girl was found in the rubble of the family home, cradled in her mother's arms.
Officers went into the burning house looking for the animals, but allegedly found drugs instead.
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Wednesday had called for state lawmakers to recall a religious freedom bill and amend its language to mirror a long-standing federal law. The legislature gave final approval to a revised bill Thursday afternoon and the governor signed it within the hour.
Fearing the law could act as a cloak for discrimination, LGBT advocates, civil rights leaders, and even Apple CEO Tim Cook are asking the governor to veto the bill.
LGBT advocates have walked a fine line between trumpeting an LGBT-rights agenda and appealing to the conservative politics of the Southern state. The bill was delivered to Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Tuesday afternoon.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson said he will allow the bill to become law, thereby preventing cities and counties from passing ordinances designed to protect LGBT people from discrimination in housing, jobs, and businesses.
"I think there is no doubt it is going to pass," the bill's sponsor, Republican state Sen. Bart Hester, told BuzzFeed News.
The small town of Harrison has been home to a number of controversial billboards lately.
Kyle Beebe was charged with pot possession in 2003 and served probation. He wrote a letter to his father asking for a pardon.
Republicans won at least four governorships. Democrats took one.
A powerful storm spawned tornadoes from Texas to Illinois, killing at least two people and injuring several others.
The marriage license was issued a day after Judge Chris Piazza ruled a decade-old ban is unconstitutional. Kristin Seaton and Jennifer Rambo of Fort Smith were the first couple to be married Saturday morning.
Dozens of tornadoes slammed communities in the central and southern states, killing at least 30 people on Sunday and Monday.
More than 65 tornadoes hit the U.S., killing 37 people.
In Arkansas, friends who met Clinton in the '70s are tired of living the '90s over and over again. The endless hunt for who Hillary Clinton really is. "Everything old is new again."
Ya'll can't complain about much after you've been through the mud!
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Doug McMillon, the head of its International division, is set to take over the CEO reigns from Mike Duke on February 1. Here are 6 facts to help acquaint you with him.
Smokin' Joe's Ribhouse in Rogers, Ark., put up a controversial sign over the weekend that was removed just 45 minutes later "after getting several complaints from the public," the restaurant's owner said.
"I obviously supported the repeal of Obamacare and I still would like to repeal that law ... repeal's not gonna probably work when the guy in the White House is still named Barack Obama."
Says he did not mean to blame Obama, Schumer and Pelosi.
Sen. Mark Pryor gets an assist from Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand to save him from Bloomberg's money, then cuts the ribbon at an ammunition factory. Gun control advocates are fine with the factory thing, but not Gillibrand's money. Welcome to Arkansas 2014.
For the price of one Wal-Mart share, you can see some of the biggest stars in music and movies perform. Here are 11 stars who have been guests at the big box retailer's annual shareholder meeting.
An exciting Bible seminar.
He's at the center of the Akin mess, and of conservative politics. Arkansas' Ed Koch?
Rep. Tim Griffin says he wants to end student veterans delays for tuition, rent. The VA says they're speeding payments after a BuzzFeed report.