In 2020, the birth rate in the U.S. hit a record low with 3.6 million babies born — the lowest number since 1979. The birth rate in
The measure of Arkansas’ unemployed continues to improve as the state’s joblessness rate dropped again in March, inching closer to pre-pandemic levels. The Arkansas Division
A new University of Arkansas System initiative aims to match Little Rock workers displaced by the pandemic with job training opportunities from colleges around the
The Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission on March 21 approved a plan for how people will get around the area for the next 25 years.
A new economic normal post-pandemic may include pandemic realities such as online shopping, working from home and zoom meetings. It also will include a struggle