Neil Griffin donated $10-million dollars to the College of Business. At a public ceremony, ASU-System President Dr. Charles Welch read a letter from Governor Asa Hutchinson. Hutchinson expressed his gratitude for Griffin’s gift:
The Craighead County District Court is again offering amnesty for some minor offenses, which comes amid a lawsuit filed by a company who has managed the county's probation program for over 20 years.
Arkansas Public Media reported that the Justice Network filed a lawsuit against the county and district Judges David Bowling and Tommy Fowler. The Memphis-based company claimed that they lost revenue because of the program.