Jim Hendren, whose family is steeped in GOP politics, left the party to become an independent after the Capitol riots on January 6.
"Incrementally increasing a pitiful 7.25 wage to $10 over 5 yrs is a cruel joke. Poverty cannot be overcome just by $2.75/hour more," Democratic Michigan Representative Rashida Tlaib wrote.
"We're lucky to have somebody like Officer Ward in this neighborhood," Arkansas resident DeVon Fowler recalled.
Governor Asa Hutchinson said the former president "should not define our future. We have got to define it for ourself."
Arkansas state senator Jim Hendren told CNN many Republicans in his state wanted a "return to normalcy."
Two of the charges brought against the Arkansas man carry a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison.
Hendren cited political divisiveness, Trump's treatment of veterans, the Capitol riot and lies about election fraud as reasons for leaving the Republican Party.
"I think realistically there's just almost nothing any other candidate can do against the tsunami that is Sarah Huckabee Sanders at this point," pollster Janine Parry told Newsweek.
No Democratic candidates have announced their intention to run for governor of Arkansas in 2022 so far.
The former president previously tipped her to run for the role, suggesting in 2019 that she would "do very well."
Former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders tweeted a campaign video announcing her bid for governor of her native Arkansas.
The victim, Jared James Sykes, 20, was taken to Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center in Russellville with a single gunshot wound, where he died from his injuries.
"I didn't do anything. I didn't breach the doors. I got shoved in. I didn't mean to be there", he said.
The number of hospital beds needed across the country is projected to peak in just over a week, according to the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation.
Cotton warned that Dems may deny future GOP president-elects who don't win the popular vote from taking office if Senate Republicans undermine the process during Wednesday's joint session vote.
Dr. Omar Atiq, an oncologist who founded a cancer treatment center in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, sent out a holiday greeting to patients before Christmas, letting them know their outstanding payments would be cleared.
"I was like, I'm going to buy groceries," Ashley Ann Jones, a 35-year-old Little Rock resident, said while speaking to KLRT-TV in Little Rock. "Story after story about people getting laid off, or furloughed or just lost their company."
Virus infections preceded more deaths than other leading causes in many of those states before the start of November.
Michael Robinson is being held on a charge of battery in the first degree after the stabbing in Fort Smith, Arkansas on Friday.
Chris Kennedy received a letter telling him to leave the area and take the inflatable, which has featured in his Christmas display for three years, with him.
The shooting took place shortly after a man woke up and found two teenage boys in his daughter's room in Little Rock, Arkansas.
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem continues to resist widespread public calls for increased mitigation protocols—despite skyrocketing COVID-19 cases reported throughout the state.
The physicians implored Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson to enforce a universal mask mandate, close bars and gyms and restrict indoor gatherings.
Officer Carson Howard ran into a residence that was engulged in flames "without regard for his own safety," the Conway Police Department said.
Police are searching for a suspect identified as 29-year-old Latarius Howard, aka L.T. Truitt.
"The communication as to what we need to do is an important part as well," said Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson.
Charles Edward Beckham III, who is running in Arkansas' District 12, made students suffer "emotional harm" after they saw him in the outfit in 2000.
The woman reportedly attempted to steal a bag of chips after the employee asked her to either leave the shop or wear a mask.
Andra Crockett killed Priscilla Aldridge and injured his own brother after becoming angry that mayonnaise had been added to his burger, a court heard.
Lloyd Lasker Jr, who runs the House of Refuge and Deliverance Ministries church in the town of Mayflower, allegedly told police he tried to perform the act on a 21-month-old boy.