Today one group wanted to thank Russellville resident 93-year-old John Blackard for his service.
Some kids living with special needs here in the Natural State are taking off the training wheels with a little help from the national "I Can Shine" program.
College students and farmers produce Grower's Gift Spaghetti Sauce to feed the hungry in Arkansas.
The complex will have a community room, laundry facilities and one and two bedroom units.
They call this a first step in a larger master plan for the South Main Street neighborhood, which will involve updating current fixtures and infrastructure and landscape design.
"Duex" is a 2-year-old Shepherd/Malinois assigned as Corporal Jason Boling’s partner.
Assessment shows LGBT Arkansans are contributing members of society and desire stronger communities.
America is often called the land of opportunity and those who come here from places where destiny is predetermined, can often provide the best testimony.
Theresa Cates says there have been complaints about some of her work in North Little Rock and Jacksonville.
Improvement work is expected to take two more months.
A community festival is held at Barton Park.
TeleTech announces new customer experience site, it's second in the state.
A July 18 groundbreaking will get the Hurricane Creek Village project under way.
Alderman makes suggestion at city council meeting.
Some members ask for specifics on real cost of project.
Three years ago Brett Bittinger didn't see himself participating in the American Taekwondo Association World Competition, because he was sick with leukemia.
The Dolly Parton Imagination Library subsidizes the purchase of new books for kids from birth to age five.
Kris Freeman rises to challenges and competes all the while living with something the campers can relate to. So, campers took a break to listen to his very important message.
Unique opportunity comes amid acquisition of Delta Trust.
W.R. Reynolds served in the Navy from 1943-45.
City gives the nonprofit a heads up about its shrinking 2015 budget.
It happens every year, not, just around the holidays, food pantries like the Salvation Army going low on food just when the need is greater during the summer months, and more kids are home from school
South Village Apartments at Quapaw under construction at 1301 Louisiana Street. Latest addition to Downtown Little Rock renaissance.
Lottie Shackelford and Jimmie Lou Fisher were honored at Cajun's Wharf in Little Rock.
Arkansas veterans struggling to find stable housing now have a new ally in the community.
330 people signed up for today's lesson in North Little Rock.
After being vandalized earlier this year the Rocket Slide at Burns Park is back in business. Two teenagers were arrested in January for setting fire for to the Burns Park landmark.
The annual competition for police and fire departments gets extra incentive from an officer's son who faces a battle for his life.
Environmentalists say the C & H Hog Farm in Mt. Judea raises red flags for a national river in the area.
Budget cuts have forced the city to use the service only for weather-related notifications.