Monticello man doesn't let spinal injuries get him down.
Congregation and community members are concerned they don't know the man behind the pulpit in a Little Rock church.
The New York Times publishes an article about the on-going dispute.
St. John AME marks milestone.
Congregation members showed up to church even though the building was destroyed.
A friend's blog post shares her story.
The 26th annual service will be held at First Security Amphitheater in Little Rock.
The 90-year-old died Tuesday in Illinois.
Planners say event is service to the community.
The renowned gospel singer motivates the university and the community.
We take you inside to learn the secret to its continued growth.
Hundreds gather to honor the Civil Rights icon.
Duck Dynasty stars to attend Spark of Life fundraiser.
Neurosurgeon writes book after near-death experience.
Neurosurgeon shares his "Journey into the Afterlife."
The unmarked grave of a man who was a pillar in the Little Rock community marked with a headstone.
St. Edward Catholic Church in Little Rock finds way to pay for $22,000 problem.
St. Edward Catholic Church is in the process of bat-proofing their building after the mammals try to move in.
Members at Buffalo Jesus Name Church have been meeting either in the pastor's home or the children's center next door since the storm.
Saeed Abedini was helping build an orphanage when he was arrested last year.
Catherine Grove, a 26-year-old nursing student, disappeared from her home in Fayetteville in July and was found living in Wells, Texas within a church community.
An 82-year-old woman gets stranded under the hot sun alone for 30 hours. Against all odds she survived and lives to tell her amazing story.
Former presidential candidate turns focus to faith-based films.
A Christian ministry in Little Rock set a goal to feed two hundred and fifty thousand children this summer, plus give kids a safe and fun place to play.
Pastors across the Central Arkansas area have been forced to hold church service with no air conditioners. Especially unbearable during hot summer months.
Flames ripped through the Newport Church's sanctuary Friday, leaving nothing but a burnt shell.
The First Baptist Church Highland Park in Little Rock was reduced to ashes Sunday.
The Annual Jewish Food Festival was held at the Little Rock River Market Pavillion on Sunday.
Roughly 15,000 people showed up.
Decision made after only 42 students pre-register for the 2013-2014 school year.