Headline act: GRAMMY®-nominated platinum-selling rockers Skillet.
Event is March 28 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Eureka Springs.
Clinton Washington went head to head against Nathan Hermida Monday night and in the end, the judges picked Nathan, sending Clinton home.
Activities include a 3-day nature-based day camp that starts March 25.
It's just one of 22 U.S. cities to be selected.
A Saline County woman won more than $143K playing a 25-cent Wheel of Fortune machine at Oaklawn Park.
They're just two of 16 acts that will perform May 22-24.
A Twitter comment the actress made during the Kentucky-Arkansas basketball game on Sunday night led to violent threats against her.
Hot Springs racetrack hosts the Razorback Handicap and Rebel Stakes on Saturday.
They will headline UAMS Cancer Institute’s RockStar Lounge.
The March 11 concert has been pushed back because of an illness.
Arkansas.com first launched in 1998 to great success, winning multiple awards the following year. Due to ADPT’s focus on innovation and improvement, Arkansas.com continually ranks in the top 10 most visited state tourism websites in the country.
Roots in the Natural State run deep for this up-and-coming country music performer.
Free activities for kids include dressing up like a surgeon for photos, making a fingercast and much more.
He will compete on the show with Team Xtina.
Tickets go on sale March 14, starting at $42.50.
The 26-year-old is from Little Rock but lives in New York City. He made Team Xtina in Monday night's blind auditions.
All auditions must be submitted online by March 31.
DieDra and the Ruff Pro Band performing throughout the country to give back to veterans.
Slide the City has now filed for a permit in Rogers, which will be reviewed next month.