- Gov. Edwards elected chair of regional education board Updated: Jun-27-16 3:22 am
BATON ROUGE, Louisiana - Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards has been elected chair of the Southern Regional Education Board.
- Analysis: Eldridge tests state's gun stance in Senate bid Updated: Jun-25-16 10:44 am
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas - During his re-election bid two years ago, Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor touted his opposition to legislation expanding background checks for firearms sales and wore the criticism he faced from gun control advocates as a badge of honor. His reward was being defeated by a Republican challenger who enjoyed an advertising blitz on his behalf by the National Rifle Association.
- Haslam still not prepared to endorse Trump after meeting Updated: Jun-15-16 5:15 pm
NASHVILLE, Tennessee - Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam still isn't ready to endorse Donald Trump after a New York meeting he helped organize with the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.
- Hutchinson says he told Trump to expect disagreements Updated: Jun-15-16 5:02 pm
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas - Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson says he told Donald Trump he'll speak out at times when he disagrees with the presumptive Republican nominee, but that doesn't mean he's backing away from the GOP hopeful.
- Bryant among GOP governors meeting with Trump in New York Updated: Jun-14-16 10:50 pm
JACKSON, Mississippi - Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant was among a group of Republican governors meeting with presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump.
- Medicaid expansion remains divisive for Georgia Republicans Updated: Jun-11-16 10:39 am
ATLANTA - Two years ago, state Sen. Renee Unterman helped lead an effort to shut down Medicaid expansion in Georgia.
- 2 Republicans to run for Arkansas secretary of state in 2018 Updated: Jun-02-16 4:50 pm
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas - Two Republicans said Thursday they're running for Arkansas secretary of state in 2018, signaling a potentially crowded primary for a position that will be key in redrawing legislative district lines.
- Arkansas seeks to take over health insurance exchange Updated: Jun-02-16 4:20 pm
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas - Arkansas officials say they want the state to take responsibility for its health insurance exchange for individuals but continue enrolling them in coverage through the federal system's mechanisms.