Walmart is giving away $98 memberships to new moms, 'making life easier'
The retail giant is partnering with celebrity moms to share parenting hacks and a one-year Walmart+ membership with new moms for free in May to celebrate Mother's Day.
Bill Clinton's childhood home in Arkansas hits the market
The home in Arkansas that President Bill Clinton lived during his teenage years is up for sale for $345,000, for the first time ever on the public market.
West Memphis Chick-fil-A employees fired after video shows one spitting in food
Two Chick-fil-A employees at the location in West Memphis, Arkansas have been fired after a viral video on social media showed one spitting in chicken batter while the other recorded.
Arkansas attorney general files lawsuit against Family Dollar after rodent infestation detected at facility
The Arkansas attorney general filed a lawsuit against Family Dollar after the "presence of rodents and rodent activity" were detected at a distribution facility in Arkansas.
Governor on GOP-backed Border Strike Force calls out Biden’s ‘inconsistency’ on immigration, COVID
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson rips Biden's hypocrisy, arguing the president should reinstate both Title 42 and travel mask mandates if he believes a public health emergency "continues to exist."
Dollar Tree discloses federal grand jury subpoena over pest issue
Rodent activity and Salmonella contamination at a Family Dollar distribution center in Arkansas recently led to a recall of drugs, cosmetics, human and animal foods from 404 stores in six U.S. states
Sen. Boozman asks Biden admin to 'ensure food security' amid supply chain disruptions
Sen. Boozman asks U.S. Secretary of Agriculture to delay the Conservation Reserve Program sign-up deadline for farmers, in an effort to "ensure food security" following invasion of Ukraine
State nonprofit offers tech workers thousands in bitcoin to relocate
A nonprofit organization in Arkansas is offering potential employees $10,000 in bitcoin to relocate to the area.
Restaurant disputes customer's and fired server's story after receiving $4,400 tip
An Arkansas restaurant says waitress who received $4,400 tip was not fired over the generous gratuity.
Little Rock, Arkansas real estate: What you can get for $1.2 million
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Arkansas restaurant 'desperate' for workers pays students to do homework
A restaurant group in Arkansas is paying students to do their homework during shifts as it struggles to find staff.
Arkansas Small Business Owners Uncertain About Midterm Elections
In the Natural State, small business owners are taking a “wait and see” approach to the candidates for both the gubernatorial and Senate races.