Izard County sheriff’s deputies arrested a man suspected of purchasing $400,000 worth of stolen vehicles and construction equipment from a man he claims to have met on the side of the interstate in Jonesboro.
Forty-five mask-requiring school districts in Missouri face lawsuits from Attorney General Eric Schmitt, and some school leaders and elected officials are questioning if he really has the best interest of the state at heart.
In early November, OSHA announced a vaccine-or-test mandate for companies with at least 100 employees. The rule, which would have impacted more than 80 million U.S. workers, was originally set to go into effect on Jan. 4.
According to ARDOT representatives, the number of work zone-related fatalities has increased year to year for the past four years, saying the main reason is distracted drivers and not knowing the law in road work zones.
Arkansas saw its biggest one-day jump in people hospitalized with COVID-19 on Monday as a state panel gave initial approval to set aside more funds for hospital beds to deal with a surge in cases because of the Omicron variant.
The two unions, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen and the Transportation Division of the International Association of Sheet Metal, Air, Rail, and Transportation are threatening the company to strike after a new policy change.
Officials in Missouri said they’ve been receiving an increasing number of calls about leftover military ordnance, things like mines or grenades from wars in the past, that people have discovered at their properties.