The second annual event brought out hundreds to the Clinton Presidential Center in LR.
Police called to the scene early Tuesday afternoon.
At least an inch of water got into the building in a flash flood.
North Little Rock firm donation establishes the Stephens Bell Endowed Scholarship.
The district is set to close some of its elementary schools and build new ones.
The campus was on lockdown in the Tuesday morning incident that sent James Austin, 18, to jail on a felony charge.
Randy Rutherford is no longer leading the district. Dr. Fred G. Dawson remains as interim superintendent.
Fashion design college scholarship now offered in Arkansas.
One action is a name change for the “College of Science and Technology” to the “College of Science and Engineering.”
Leaders have hired a demographer to help design new boundaries for the district's elementary schools.
Students sent home at noon on Tuesday.
Finding lessons outside the classroom.
The school has experienced major growth over the last few years and hopes to build student housing
Some districts are using the usual holiday to make up snow days.
UAMS seniors found out what hospital they will be placed in for their residency.
April 3 ceremony dedicates the Gary and Matt Turner Studio.
The district will reduce the number of elementary schools from 13 to nine.
73 districts received all the snow days they asked for except for Quitman and Decatur, who received most of those requested.
State education leaders call for vote.
Proposed program would offer a limited number of degree programs designed for adults.
His appearance is part the Subway "Fresh Start" Challenge involving healthy eating and exercise.
Programs at some Little Rock schools are part of Arkansas Tobacco Free Kids Day.
The Human Rights Campaign made a stop in Little Rock for an openly gay student.
It's a place we send our children to learn, but in times of weather danger schools double as shelter from storms.
The superintendent presents a controversial plan to change a successful reading program.
Woman says her son has been denied the proper special education he needs.
National magazine survey notes improvement in three areas.
It's going on from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Robinson Theater on River Market Avenue.
Report finds great disparities among school districts across the state.
State witness takes the stand in Jack Gillean trial.