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Huckabee talk focuses on faith

updated: 02/09/2015 12:05 a.m. Comments 12

As he considers another White House bid, former Gov. Mike Huckabee stopped at a Little Rock megachurch Sunday to pray, preach and promote his latest book -- God, Guns, Grits, and Gravy.

Huckabee a hit with Bakker's audience

updated: 01/07/2015 4:36 a.m. Comments 22

BLUE EYE, Mo. -- Televangelist Jim Bakker, the defrocked former Assemblies of God minister and convicted felon, will air at least two programs later this month featuring potential Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee.

Arkansans set for Cuba journey

posted: 01/01/2015 3:37 a.m. Discuss

Days after Washington and Havana announced a thaw in their half-century long cold war, a group of Arkansans is traveling to Cuba to forge closer ties between Methodists in the two nations.

Clinton in Hope, touts 3 in party

updated: 10/18/2014 11:47 p.m. Discuss

HOPE -- Former President Bill Clinton, surrounded by old friends and the current batch of Democratic candidates, campaigned in his hometown Saturday, urging people to stick with the party that once dominated Arkansas politics.

Huckabee urged to run in '16

posted: 09/28/2014 3:27 a.m. Comments 9

WASHINGTON -- Advisers to former presidential candidate Mike Huckabee are urging him to run again in 2016, pointing to polls that show him ahead in Iowa.

God's at the polls, Huckabee tells crowd

posted: 09/27/2014 3:02 a.m. Comments 11

WASHINGTON -- Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee told Christian conservative activists Friday that God is responsible for the nation's greatness and that the Almighty is urging people of faith to go to the polls in November.

In Hope, hopefuls messy and wet

posted: 08/10/2014 2:56 a.m. Gallery Discuss

HOPE -- With rain falling and the ground sopping wet, there weren't many observers Saturday for the Hope Watermelon Festival's annual Politically Correct Watermelon Eating Contest.

Israeli ambassador calls on Arkansas

posted: 07/12/2014 2:33 a.m. Discuss

Ambassador Meir Shlomo, consul general of Israel to the Southwest, was interviewed earlier this month during his visit to Little Rock. This is an edited, abridged version of Shlomo's conversation with former Arkansas Democrat-Gazette religion editor Frank Lockwood, who now serves as politics/Washington editor.

Music Review: Small crowd soaks up big talents at Proms

posted: 06/22/2014 2:06 a.m. Discuss

There's apparently a musical time machine, and it touched down in North Little Rock on Friday night, transporting a Verizon Arena crowd back to the disco era.

U.S., state officials tour storm sites

posted: 05/05/2014 3:57 a.m. Discuss

VILONIA — Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson and former President Bill Clinton visited storm survivors Sunday, one week after an EF4 tornado cut a deadly swath through central Arkansas.

50% summer-meal boost earns state USDA kudos

posted: 02/28/2014 2:47 a.m. Discuss

In Alma, there was a bookmobile. In other communities across Arkansas there were churches and nonprofits.

Public utilities agency chooses chief of staff

posted: 12/31/2013 3:36 a.m. Discuss

The Arkansas Public Service Commission has selected Deputy Attorney General Dennis Hansen to serve as the agency’s chief administrative law judge and the commissioners’ chief of staff.

MUSIC REVIEW: Staples fills LR church with joy

posted: 10/12/2013 6:07 a.m. Discuss

Mavis Staples, the Grammy-winning, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame-inducted singer, has been selling records and packing music halls for more than a half-century, and she remains a powerful performer with a glorious voice and a spellbinding stage presence.

Wording fails for bids to void marriage limit

posted: 10/08/2013 4:21 a.m. Discuss

Attorney General Dustin McDaniel rejected the wording Monday of two pro-gaymarriage measures that activists hope to place on the 2016 ballot.

2 with state ties take up Syria cause

posted: 09/22/2013 5:02 a.m. Discuss

It took a sarin gas cloud and 1,400 deaths in the suburbs of Damascus to put Syria at the top of the American agenda.



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