updated: 12/29/2006 6 a.m.
Little Rock leaders appointed a team of City Hall lawyers and financial advisers Thursday to investigate the city's troubled Convention and Visitors Bureau.
updated: 12/24/2006 6 a.m.
Mary Beth Ringgold resigned as chairman of the Little Rock Advertising and Promotion Commission on Saturday after a week of criticism over the agency's spending practices.
updated: 12/23/2006 6 a.m.
Little Rock can expect to see major changes on its Advertising and Promotion Commission and the city bureau it governs early next year, with a new mayor entering City Hall and nearly half of the commission seats up for grabs.
updated: 12/20/2006 6 a.m.
Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau leaders say they're working to "create a culture of compliance and a culture of accountability" in light of oversights revealed recently.
updated: 12/21/2006 4:26 p.m.
Little Rock Advertising and Promotion Commissioner Bruce Bennett on Wednesday asked Chairman Mary Beth Ringgold to resign and said the entire commission should step down within two months to give the public a "sense of clarity and freshness."