She admitted voting twice in the presidential election last November, and now, Obama supporter Melowese Richardson has been indicted for allegedly voting at least six times.
86-year-old charged with voter fraud says her dementia caused her to vote twice in the same primary election.
More soldiers took their own lives than died in combat during 2012, new Department of Defense figures show.
More than 30 Michigan schools closed for the holidays two days early, in part because the Mayan calendar predicts the world will end on Friday, an official said.
Take a look back at some of the strangest things to make the news in 2012.
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Lou Murdoch and Tommy Smyth run for Tax Assessor/Collector of Wichita County
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Gov. Mike Beebe said the political rhetoric on Capitol Hill will not influence his decision whether to accept federal dollars to expand Arkansas' Medicaid program.
Tax hikes to help out publicly funded hospitals, others may have to raise their prices, and charities that support hospitals might have to ramp their fundraising efforts.
A mandate in the new healthcare law that's been overshadowed by all the attention on the Supreme Court ruling is expanding Medicaid coverage.
The political fight between Arkansas Democrats and Republicans over healthcare reform is far from over.
Companies with 50 employees or more must provide their workers with healthcare insurance starting in 2014.
Today the Wichita County Republican Women hosted a forum for representatives of the candidates in the Republican runoff race for U.S. Senate in Texas, as well as the Railroad Commission runoff.
Friday, May 25 is the last day to cast your vote early for your local races as well as as State and National races in the Texas Republican and Democratic Primary Elections.
Texas voters now head to the polls to vote in the primary election. Starting Monday, you can cast your early ballot.
Gov. Mary Fallin signed into law Tuesday a measure that allows Oklahomans to openly carry handguns starting November 1st.
Texas Rep. Ron Paul said Monday that he'll cease campaigning in upcoming caucuses and primaries, an announcement of symbolic, if not substantive, significance.
After longtime senator Dick Lugar's defeat in the Indiana GOP primary on Tuesday night, an epic good-bye letter, passed along by NBC's Libby Leist, from Sen. Richard Lugar, dissecting everything he sees that's wrong with Washington and both parties.