Installation of 18 additional lights on the plaza area near the Ross Pendergraft Library and Technology Center, Hindsman Tower and Baswell Techionery will cost more than $109K.
Miss Selma's Shooting Stars pay visit to Good Shepherd community.
73 Mills High School students received cash rewards for achieving superior scores on advanced placement tests administered in science, math, social studies, and English.
It's one of 33 new and renewing BFUs in 20 states.
A group of students at Robinson Middle School in Little Rock are really stepping up and showing their peers they are important and loved.
Classes are held on Tuesday and Thursday from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. The next ACT test is in December.
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Some of the most popular shows on TV feature tough talking cops at the scene of a grisly crime. Investigating a crime scene isn't what it looks like on TV but it is an important and rewarding career.
Tuesday morning incident happened inside the cafeteria.
Filling out job applications and creating a budget are two of the lessons students are learning.
They lead by example and show students how easy it is.
High school juniors and seniors attended the College Fair held at UAMS on Sunday
Local student talks about being in the running for one of the highest academic awards in the country.
School buses now enabled to take photos when cars speed by while the stop sign is down and lights are flashing.
The Cabot Public School District is going the extra mile to ensure their students are prepared for high school and beyond.
Gift from insurance company will build a seminar room inside new facility.
A local school is giving students an opportunity to solve real world problems.
The University of Central Arkansas is trying to make it easier for everyone to get their MBA.
The 150-bed Dickson Hall is named in honor of Baptist missionaries David and Shelley Dickson.
Administrators, board members and employees get a firsthand look at what's working and what's not.
57 years ago today, the eyes of the nation and the world were focused here on Little Rock, as Central High School became desegregated.
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.