Local student talks about being in the running for one of the highest academic awards in the country.
These high school students are taking an assignment and turning it into a lifelong lesson. One that even made the big screen at the Reel Civil Rights Project.
They will continue over the next several months.
Players of all ages compete in soccer tournament to win the Amigo Cup Championship Trophy.
The money will pay for a 5-year project that seeks to recruit, prepare and retain highly qualified high school science and mathematics teachers.
Big honor for Dr. Tony Thurman.
The increased enrollment has created new energy on campus, says college official.
The polls are open until 7:30 tonight.
They include: Donna Dillahunty with Marion schools, Lindsay Griffin with Greenbrier schools, Jayna Moffit with Bentonville schools and Ouida Newton with Poyen schools.
Events planned on four university campuses across the state to raise awareness and encourage students to apply for lottery scholarships.
Once-a-week literacy tutors needed to help students learn to read at grade level.
The free, public event will be held Sept. 25 at 10 a.m. in the J.M. Ross auditorium of the Hathaway-Howard Fine Arts Building.
The White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics visited the Springdale School District. The group was looking at the school district's efforts to embrace immigrant students.
They're located inside Union Elementary and Trice Elementary and each have room for hundreds of people.
"We want the money to stay local, and we want local control over our school district," says a member of the Sherwood Public Education Foundation.
Williams Baptist College marks fifth year in U.S. News top tier.
Police say Kevin Hamilton, 33, was found with a loaded weapon after visiting Pine Forest Elementary on Tuesday.
Patrick Dougherty designs his sculptures by weaving natural materials such as twigs, sticks and saplings. He relies on the help of community volunteers in gathering the materials as well as with construction of the sculpture.
Devin Sorrows along with Deanna Holdcraft are just a couple of the anthropology students who made an 8,000 mile journey to dig with their professor, Dr. Krista Lewis.
Classes include: Deco Mesh Wreath Design, Chalk Painting, Introduction to Spanish, Aquacize, Ballet Basics and Sugarplum Fairy Ballet Camp.
Public invited to meeting at De Vall’s Bluff Community Center. It starts at 6 p.m.
The weekend will wrap up with a family worship service and Sundae Funday where families can enjoy creating their own ice cream sundaes.
Nearly 5,000 on campus this semester.
Since 2008, University of Arkansas enrollment has increased by 37 percent, that's 7,100 students. This growth trend led the Chronicle of Higher Education to rank the U of A as the 7th fastest-growing public research university in the country.
FASTERArkansas conducts study as part of push to ensure every student receives a 21st century education.
It's going on outside the student center Wed.-Fri.
The works of Fay Ku, Kathleen Robbins and Theresa Pfarr to be featured.
Many high schools offer prep curriculum but one central Arkansas school is giving students who might normally fall through the cracks, a boost.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the program. Directors say Job Corps gives students the skills needed to succeed in today's workforce.
Joseph “Rev Run” Simmons is one of the most iconic figures in music. He speaks in Pine Bluff on Aug. 26.