Volunteers go the extra mile to make sure families in need get help to provide gifts for their children.
Multi-family apartment complexes in Little Rock getting recycling centers after city approves ordinance..
“The days of lecturing day after day and expecting students to learn the material that way are coming to a close,” says one professor.“Students need to get out there and do."
Company submits proposal to city.
Milestone celebrated for facility that began production in 2006.
Arkansas National Guard event also celebrates 378th birthday of National Guard by giving back to those in need.
Frank E. Swilling, Sr. was hit by a car while issuing a summons and died the next day.
When children with food insecurity eat better, the payoff is that they learn better.
Real estate brokerage site places Arkansas in a tie with Kentucky.
The initiative provides one-of-a-kind resources and customized guidance on the benefits of increased Internet usage.
The churches joint council on human needs, or c-johns for short gives food to 600 households a month.
Every two minutes a child becomes homeless, and there are 1.2 million homeless school children, some right here in our own backyards.
The stress of the holiday season is weighing hard on many Arkansans and those already under the stress of serving our country. But today the weight was lifted for many of those parents and military service members.
Utility scored high in areas ranging from operational satisfaction and product experience to brand trust.
Museum of Discovery's Kevin Delaney has become a favorite on "The Tonight Show."
On this Giving Tuesday many people may be looking for a way to give back as we get closer and closer to the holidays.
The agency expects to provide for 1,200 families this year.
This is the ninth year for the police department's Christmas gift program for children.
Donate at any fire station, or Walmart stores on Baseline Rd., S. Shackleford, or Cantrell Rd. Nov. 29, Dec. 6 and Dec. 13.
The non-partisan think-tank looks at factors beyond top 10 lists to include things like tax burdens, options for employment and opportunities to contribute to the community.
The 5-year-old with a giving heart has made the competition's top 5. Voting continues until Dec. 3.
It's a tradition now in its 4th year at a local church.
Last year KARK4 and the Landers family was excited to announce the first Landers Miracle Makers recipient. The concept simple, nominate some who is dealing with far more than their fare share-who may need a some help.
College Avenue Church of Christ in El Dorado has teamed up with Hugh Goodwin Elementary and Northwest Elementary to give families in need.
The money will be spent to create an indoor play area.
Volunteers and the local Habitat for Humanity organization team up to build new house for local family.
It was a special day for residents of a central Arkansas nursing home.
A Pulaski County family takes aim at distracted driving.
It was on Nov. 18, 2004 that the facility in downtown Little Rock opened its doors.
The book drive lasts until December 20.