Arkansas Week Podcast en-us Mon, 9 Sep 2019 10:41:47 CST Mon, 9 Sep 2019 10:41:47 CST No AETNTV AETNTV (Larmon VanWinkle) (Larmon VanWinkle) AETNTV Fridays at 7 p.m. and Sundays at 11 a.m. Highlights a dedicated, distinguished group of Arkansas journalists and political scientists who discuss issues in the news. Highlights a dedicated, distinguished group of Arkansas journalists and political scientists who discuss issues in the news. Arkansas Week October 11, 2019 (Mandate to Expel?) It's happened only once before, in the House and only once in the Senate now and a new century. Lawmakers judging one of their own. (Homing in on Scandal) If that's one step toward accountability, then use makes clear that that ain't won't soon be erased. (Report Cards Valid?) 1000 schools, 270 school districts the A's, the F's, and the underlying demography. (A Question of Control) And in Arkansas capital city at candlelight chorus and the prospects of light at the end of the tunnel, but a beacon. Or a light that failed. Fri, 11 Oct 2019 19:17:12 -0500 Arkansas Week October 4, 2019 (Big Steel, Big Deal) A billion dollar acquisition in the works in north-east Arkansas and Pennsylvannia. (September Dollars) The state treasury keeps rolling in, but are there warning signs elsewhere? (Arkansas's Temperature) Politics, politics, are there any hopeful signs for 'Natural State' Democrats. (Arkansas and Trump) Put another way, is there any sign of the Presidents popularity here is measurably weakening. Fri, 04 Oct 2019 12:15:20 -0500 Arkansas Week Special Edition: The Elaine Massacre (A Sad Centennial) It happened 100 years ago. An event that stained Arkansas, but altered the course of American law. (Plantation 'Justice') It may have well been the worst, deadliest episode of racial violence in the nation's history. (An Uncertain History) To this day we cannot know for sure how many people were killed. (Trail and Appeal) Only that the vast majority were black and that a dozen men almost certainly would have died were spared only through a heroic and dangerous quest for justice. The massacre at Elaine. An Arkansas Week Special Edition. Tue, 01 Oct 2019 07:43:23 -0500 Arkansas Week September 20, 2019 (Arkansas Obesity) Our state is getting bigger and we aren't talking about its economy or its population, but it's waistlines (Medical Expense) Every extra pound on the bathroom scales means extra tax pressures and less productivity will talk with a couple of public health pros. (Tariff Scaleback) Also, this week? How much will the thaw in the trade war warm Arkansas farmers? (Saudi, Yemen, Iran) And what could new violence in the Middle East mean for the diesel that agriculture demands. Fri, 20 Sep 2019 13:50:01 -0500 Arkansas Week September 13, 2019 (Pork and Beans) Arkansas and tariff wars with Washington and Beijing backing down. How much ground can our states producers recover. (Walmart and Guns) Arkansas' retail giant. A significant step on the firearms debate, but not completely in lockstep. (30 Crossing Update) A massive public works program gets the go-ahead in one court, but other legal challenges continue. (Purdue, Google) And also tonight, two, huge, multi-state legal actions, to which Arkansas' a party. One as a plantiff and the second as a Probert, a briefing from the state's chief legal officer. Fri, 13 Sep 2019 14:57:03 -0500