The University of Arkansas' decision to further reduce the number of football games it plays at Little Rock should come as no surprise; the road toward last week's announcement started being paved before Interstate 540 was paved in the 1990s. The question now is whether, or when, central Arkansas will lose the games altogether.
Authorities are investigating after someone vandalized a controversial billboard along the Harrison Bypass.
The billboard went up in October and reads, "Anti-Racist is a Code Word for Anti-White." According to the Harrison Daily Times, someone vandalized the billboard early Friday to now say, "Anti-Racist is a Code Word for Love."
The state auditor's office wants to return a letter to the family of a late Arkansas woman who apparently wrote to former FBI director J. Edgar Hoover about having her purse examined for fingerprints.
Jordan Foster is a special projects coordinator at the auditor's office. He says a reply letter bearing Hoover's name ended up in the auditor's unclaimed property vault after it was found in Ethel Merchant's abandoned safe deposit box.