A Little Rock hospital is conducting research on the problem and is looking for children ages 1 to 4 to take part in a clinical study.
It's using Nextdoor to reach out to citizens with the goal of fighting crime together.
They're helping Habitat for Humanity build a home for a single mom and her daughter.
Networking and sharing of ideas played a key role in gathering of the Arkansas City Clerks, Recorders and Treasurers Association.
About 200 people involved in the event "Rock the Block" set out to do outside repairs on about 20 houses in the Baring Cross neighborhood.
It's an opportunity the city and residents say they need to grow Pine Bluff and bring their town back to life.
Cedric Thornton of the Philadelphia Eagles will deliver free books to more than 800 students.
On Tuesday night in Cabot more than 100 students will be given more than $100 thousand in scholarships.
Little Rock Marathon becomes focal point for raising awareness about the disease and the importance of research.
Discussion forum hosted by Dr. Linda Tucker, associate professor of English at Southern Arkansas University.
First responders in the Natural State are now set to receive comprehensive training to better help serve those with special needs.
A Rock City Eats look at changes coming to eateries in central Arkansas.
The Razorback Women's Soccer team helped children at the Arkansas Children's Hospital Clinic in Lowell hand out cards, signed autographs and also helped the kids make some valentines of their own to hand out.
Mayors of Union County municipalities gather to share information about projects underway in their communities.
The Barney L. Elias House, at 335 Goshen Ave., is in the Park Hill area of the city.
The proposed plan calls for the replacement of 33 sugar hackberry trees with 60 Chinese pistache trees due to power line concerns.
The options are to have Tontitown Fire Department and the Tontitown Area Fire Department to work alongside one another to both respond to the city or to have TFD completely staffed by those area firefighters.
It's part of a middle school class called 'Smart Choices, Better Chances,' a program sponsored by the Arkansas Attorney General's Office.
The prize includes a $1,000 award and a trip to Washington, DC.
The newest class includes James R. (Jim) Baker of Conway, James Bibler of Russellville, the late Billie R. Nix of Ash Flat, the late Bruce Oakley of El Paso and John Ed Regenold of Blytheville.
All prescribed fires will be conducted by specially-trained and equipped crews.
The first group of Paws in Prison dogs arrived at the Maximum Security Unit in Tucker on Dec. 8, 2011.
A new ordinance passes that allows the dog breed to be given to rescue organizations instead of facing euthanasia.
They're frustrated after using volunteer time and resources to deal with break-ins and property damage.
The burn will begin mid-morning on Friday and continue until about 5 p.m., or as conditions allow.
it's been in place for 7 years and has generated about $38 million for economic development projects.
An inspiration award allows Conway foundation to help children from Arkansas to Kenya.
Little Rock Parks and Recreation staff to install a temporary barrier around the MacArthur Park pond.
The first one is 9 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 7.at the El Dorado Conference Center.
In part one of a two-part series, KARK investigates a boom in Asian Massage parlors in Central Arkansas.