A woman who claimed she was wrongly fired by the Arkansas Department of Correction after becoming pregnant will receive $85,000 in a legal settlement with the state. Tiffany Alexander worked at the Bi-State Justice Center in Texarkana from 1994 to the fall of 2002. Correction officials fired her in January after she ran out of medical leave. Alexander filed a federal lawsuit claiming she was treated differently than two other correction officers in Texarkana who were given light duty instead of being forced to take leave. One of the employees was pregnant and the other was injured.