Some donation seekers dress as characters for fundraising event.
Patrick Dougherty uses sticks, branches and limbs for his creations.
The City of Little Rock released a new video touting benefits of improvements along Main Street in downtown. City officials say it makes Little Rock greener and is bringing new business to downtown.
After nearly two years of planning, now retired military is getting their first look at what a new veterans home will look like. It is a state of the art design ready for North Little Rock.
Deep in the woods of Saline County there's a place where kids from troubled backgrounds get a second chance at life.
Changes ahead include giving customers the option of paying their bills with credit cards.
State agency gets both sides together for discussion.
Property on North Phoenix Ave. is already owned by the city.
City officials are pursuing action against the company that sold it the $130,000 tree and hope to get it working again.
Meeting that started Tuesday night did not end until after 3:30 Wednesday morning.
Annual effort promotes litter pickup throughout the state.
The store expects to hire up to 95 full-time and part-time employees. Veterans honorably discharged within the past 12 months encouraged to apply.
There are 100 openings at the Blue Rooster chicken deboning plant that's expected to be in operation by October.
Facility hasn't seen a fix-up in almost 30 years.
Two measures will appear on the November ballot.
In 2013, the Spa City welcomed 6.7 million visitors.
The funding will be used to shift a taxiway and complete the final stage of airport construction.
The Adult Development Center has a goal to start a company that would help bring in additional revenue.
City seeks to increase the size of the tarmac.
Central Landing is a 150-acre planned development located in the center of the city.
Project dubbed "The Landing at Russellville" calls for construction of a 120-room Hilton Garden Inn and an 18,000-square-foot convention center.
The city has already paid $7 million toward the cost but had to send contractor back to the drawing board to re-engineer the project focusing on the “core” of the city.
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.