The program is providing hospitals with very qualified nurses.
It's the 10th year for the annual event that raises monety for the hospital.
Are you tired of winter? You are certainly not alone in Central Arkansas,
Saline Memorial Hospital is hosts the Red Cross blood drive in memory of Drew Melton. She died in a Nov. 2012 accident.
One local woman is behind the effort to increase awareness about prevention through screenings.
Don Wright, of Minnesota, was diagnosed with the blood cancer multiple myeloma in 2003
The confirmed cases have been recorded since Sept. 29.
Fifth annual event benefit the American Lung Association.
Arkansans concerned about the health care expansion program rally on the steps of the State Capitol.
Arkansas State Police were called to track down a legislator Friday during a vote to fund health care expansion. The private option failed for a fourth straight day.
The measure has yet to pass in the Arkansas House of Representatives after two votes this week.
It allows users to search for doctors, research symptoms, keep track of appointments and more.
The measure was signed into law in April 2013.
Techniques provide occupational, physical and speech & language therapies alongside hippotherapy (on horseback).
State Sen. Jane English helps pave the way by changing her vote to yes.
Residents reminded to keep pets (cats, dogs, ferrets, etc.) and livestock current on vaccinations.
Little Rock woman diagnosed with disease sees the power of prayer work first hand.
Little Rock business owner finds unique way to help others battling breast cancer.
Signups continue to climb in every county.
Leslie Creekmore had been hospitalized in St. Louis for nearly a month.
Donation encouraged once travel is safe again.
It's going on from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the main branch on Orange Street. The event is free and open to the public.
Starting Feb. 3, surgeons from the UAMS Department of Neurosurgery will be seeing patients in the Benton hospital's clinic.
UAMS surgeons use an iPad or other mobile device to connect to doctors and hospitals across the state.
Lawmakers learned Thursday that's how many Arkansans have enrolled in healthcare coverage through the Affordable Care Act's federally-facilitated marketplace and Arkansas' "private option" expansion of Medicaid.
Each day they're disinfecting the school to prevent an outbreak of illness.
Leslie Creekmore was first hospitalized in Fort Smith before being moved to St. Louis.
The American College of Emergency Physicians' State by State Report Card measures the conditions under which emergency care is provided, not the quality of care at hospitals.
Fencing centers are popping up all over Arkansas. It's a great way to stay in shape.
People aged 25-50 have been harder hit than in years past.