Rev. Benny Johnson says everyone can help put an end to violent crimes in Little Rock.
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Over the last 20 years, KARK has had one on-air constant: anchor Bob Clausen.
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She's one of three Republicans running for the 2nd District Congressional seat in Arkansas.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Arkansas and Arkansas Public Law Center today filed a lawsuit challenging the state's voter ID law.
Colonel Conrad Reynolds shares how he is preparing for the race for 2nd Congressional District seat.
Democratic candidate Lynette "Doc" Bryant says she's been repeatedly snubbed in her bid for her party's nomination.
Senator Mark Pryor picked up an endorsement today in race for re-election while Congressman Tom Cotton was talking taxes at the Republican Party of Arkansas' North West Arkansas Headquarters.
Deazzaray Perkins, older sister of Bobby Moore III, reacts to decision not to try a Little Rock police officer for the third time in Moore's 2012 shooting death.
Entertainer was on radio and television in the station's early days.