LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — An Arkansas Senate panel has advanced legislation allowing home delivery of alcohol by liquor stores. The measure endorsed by the Senate City, County, and Local Affairs Committee on Tuesday would make permanent a move that the state has taken during the coronavirus pandemic. The deliveries would not be allowed outside the county where the retail liquor permit holder is located. Arkansas temporarily allowed the home deliveries beginning in March. Under the legislation now headed to the full Senate, the deliveries could not be made through a third-party system.