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Recent Stories by Lisa Hammersly

How babies die sleeping

posted: 01/31/2017 3:53 a.m. Discuss

Here are details from a few cases, from 102 coroner's reports from Benton, Faulkner, Pulaski and Sebastian counties.

How babies die sleeping

posted: 01/29/2017 3:48 a.m. Discuss

Here are details from a few cases, from 102 coroner's reports from Benton, Faulkner, Pulaski and Sebastian counties.

Federal judge to consider lawyers' new arguments in ethics-violations case

posted: 06/24/2016 1:02 p.m. Discuss

A federal judge in Fort Smith will rethink at least some of his findings concerning ethics violations against 16 lawyers in a class-action insurance case.

A killer in the herds: chronic wasting disease

posted: 06/05/2016 3:44 a.m. Comment 1

Arkansas emerged this spring as America's hot spot for chronic wasting disease, a fatal infection that strikes mostly deer and elk.

CASH & THE COURT PART III PREVIEW: State gets failing grade in judicial ethics review

posted: 01/25/2016 11:44 a.m. Discuss

In a national study of ethics rules, campaign donations and state judges, Arkansas received a grade of “F.”

Firms file suits, donate together

posted: 01/25/2016 4:33 a.m. Discuss

These six law firms rank among the biggest donors to Arkansas Supreme Court candidates since 2004, state campaign contribution records show.

After 2010 high court race, justice wed a top donor

posted: 01/24/2016 4:23 a.m. Comment 1

The costliest-ever Arkansas Supreme Court race piled up more than $900,000 in campaign contributions for two candidates in 2010.

High-profile names among donors

posted: 09/28/2014 3:17 a.m. Discuss

In the high-tension, high-dollar race for Arkansas’ U.S. Senate seat, incumbent Democrat Mark Pryor can count on some high-wattage donors such as Emmy-winning actor Ted Danson (Cheers, C.S.I.) and movie mogul Jeffrey Katzenberg.

Analysis: 49% of giving to Maggio from 2 firms

posted: 04/10/2014 5:26 a.m. Comment 1

Two nursing-home chains accounted for nearly half of the $58,650 contributed to Faulkner County Circuit Judge Mike Maggio’s abandoned campaign for Arkansas’ second-highest court, an Arkansas Democrat-Gazette analysis of campaign-finance data shows.

Filing shows Maggio giving donors $46,800

posted: 04/10/2014 5 a.m. Discuss

Facing investigations from two state agencies into his campaign for Arkansas Court of Appeals, Circuit Judge Michael Maggio of Conway says he has returned to donors all of his remaining campaign contributions, about $46,800.






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