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MCLC Corp personnel have been responding to disasters since 2014 admist Hurricane Micheal that struck South Carolina and have been responding to disasters all over the counrty every since.
Cox Communications’ President and CEO Pat Esser announced in a live press conference today that Cox will pledge $60 million over the next year to close the digital learning gap.
The 9th Annual Angel One 5K/10K hosted by Arkansas Children's Hospital Angel One Transport team will be held virtually on Saturday, October 3.
Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge along with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and more than 50 federal and state law enforcement partners announced today a nationwide law enforcement and outreach initiative called Operation Corrupt Collector.
Melissa AJ Dysart, Project Coordinator for Level 5 Architecture, was a featured, guest blogger for the Scott Family Amazeum.
Over the last several years and as COVID-19 has changed Arkansans’ daily routines, shopping online has become the new normal when purchasing necessities, gifts and even school supplies. While many sites may look honest and trustworthy, they sometimes have no intention of delivering the product that has been advertised.
Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge (TCWR) is in the process of rescuing at least eight big cats from Wildlife In Need, Inc. (WIN), a pseudo-sanctuary located in Charlestown, Indiana and featured in the popular Netflix docuseries Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness.
With cooler temperatures just around the corner and many Arkansans experiencing financial hardships resulting from the pandemic, Black Hills Energy is encouraging those in need to seek assistance.