Lawmakers Approve Last Second Bill that Could End Federally Enhanced Unemployment Early
Legislation backed by the state’s most powerful business lobby that would end federally enhanced unemployment benefits five weeks early in exchange for a slight increase in state weekly benefits is headed to the Governor’s desk.
Funeral Arrangements for Shreveport Fire Capt. Ralph Parker, III
Funeral arrangements have been released for Fire Captain/Paramedic Ralph Parker, III.
Legislative Session Ends Today With Lawmakers Poised to Pass Major Tax Reform
It’s the final day of the legislative session and state lawmakers are expected to pass a tax reform package that will result in lower individual income tax rates, but eliminate the ability to deduct federal income taxes paid.
Arkansas Trooper Flipped Pregnant Woman’s Car, Now She’s Suing
An Arkansas State Trooper flipped the vehicle of a pregnant woman he suspected of speeding.
‘Joints for Jabs’ Vaccine Program off to a Slow Start in Washington
Washington's 'joints for jabs' COVID-19 vaccine program falling flat.
Could Overweight Airline Passengers Endanger Your Life?
Heavier passengers on planes mean new safety limits for airlines June 12 is deadline for airlines to submit passenger weight and baggage size requirement.