Missouri lawmakers are trying to adopt stricter photo identification requirements for voting just days after the state Supreme Court struck down key portions of another voter ID law as unconstitutional.
An area county official seeking an answer from a circuit judge as to whether or not the city of Batesville is obligated to fund some salary and operational costs involving the Independence County District Court and if the court is not a court operated solely by the county.
A proposal on the Nov. 2020 general election ballot will seek to extend a half-cent sales tax for roads and highways in Arkansas, with a state highway official saying the plan will help address needed concerns.
The Democratic Party’s leading presidential contenders argued in favor of President Donald Trump’s impeachment as a shrinking field of White House contenders took the debate stage for a sixth and final time in 2019.
A plan to clearly define an egregious violation as well as removing the GPS mapping and online registry requirements for the use of dicamba was approved by the Arkansas Department of Agriculture State Plant Board Wednesday.
Clouds of uncertainty hang over e-cigarettes, as nicotine hooks yet another generation on a product that’s already proven deadly. And yet, for long-time cigarette smokers, it may be a healthier alternative and an aid to kick tobacco-use altogether.
U.S. Senators Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) and Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) announced today the inclusion of their bipartisan Excellence in Mental Health and Addiction Treatment Expansion Act in the Senate Finance Committee’s bipartisan drug pricing and health extenders legislation.
Lawmakers accuse Trump of “openly and indiscriminately” defying the House’s constitutional authority to conduct the impeachment proceedings by instructing officials not to comply with subpoenas for documents and testimony.
The chairman of the Arkansas Democratic Party says there’s no path for replacing the challenger to Republican Sen. Tom Cotton after the party’s previous candidate abruptly dropped out following the state’s filing deadline
In a 57-minute, animated phone interview on "Fox & Friends," President Trump said he did not expect to be impeached. But he added that if the House did vote to impeach him, he would welcome a trial in the Republican-led Senate.
After a long day of testimony in the preliminary hearing of a man who investigators say escaped from a Tennessee prison and killed the administrator, a judge in Lauderdale County has found probable cause to bind the case over to a grand jury.
Republican legislators and Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt have laid out legislative priorities for 2020 aimed at fighting violent urban crime, but they’re making it clear that those priorities don’t include stricter gun laws
The House Intelligence Committee is preparing for a second week of public hearings, including with the man who is arguably the most important witness: Gordon Sondland, Trump’s ambassador to the European Union.