Free activities for kids include dressing up like a surgeon for photos, making a fingercast and much more.
The school is one of only 15 in the U.S. chosen as a finalist in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest. Students designed a warning system to be used at Camp Albert Pike, the site of a flash flooding tragedy that killed 20 in 2010.
When snow and ice cover the roads, Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department crews scrape them. After the last winter storm, their work removed some lines on interstates that weren't painted on.
Two bills were passed to honor her memory and promote realtor safety.
Early voting started Tuesday. The district estimates 300 new students will enroll each year for the next 10 years.
Most victims have been 65 years old or older.
The school has added a Criminology and Criminal Justice Management degree.
Third through fifth grade students at Robinson Elementary researched an African American who was credited with creating or improving an invention.
There's a bill in the Arkansas Legislature that would allow schools to add hours to each day instead of extending the school year.
The nursing department is undergoing construction for the Ark-La-Tex's only simulation-based training center that will have four simulation studios and control rooms for viewing and recording purposes.
The myeloma program at UAMS has seen more than 11,000 patients from every state in the United States and more than 50 foreign countries and has performed more than 9,000 peripheral blood stem cell transplants.
The money will help build a high-tech agricultural research building where researchers can create better, healthier and more efficient ways for growing crops, producing farm animals and food from them.
As part of Senior Day, the women's basketball team wore pink headbands and wristbands to raise awareness about the disease that takes the lives of many women every year.
Seven named to panel.
Bolding's attorney says the letter is not appropriate under the Fair Teacher Dismissal Act.
Two of the largest districts in central Arkansas say the number of days they'll need to make is five.
Carman McBride is an Environmental and Spatial Technology (EAST) facilitator for grades three through five at Don R. Roberts Elementary School in the Little Rock School District.
The funds will enable the center to implement and evaluate the cost-effectiveness of a program to identify individuals with uncontrolled hypertension.
Little Rock Marathon becomes focal point for raising awareness about the disease and the importance of research.
Mass intake days at the State Fairgrounds, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. each day, weather permitting.
Company urges customers to apply for assistance early.
Discussion forum hosted by Dr. Linda Tucker, associate professor of English at Southern Arkansas University.
The company says 500-thousand hourly associates will make $9.00 per hour starting in April, which is $1.75 over the current federal minimum wage.
An Arkansas group wants to work with legislators to help lower the rate of suicides in the state.
First responders in the Natural State are now set to receive comprehensive training to better help serve those with special needs.
Families across Arkansas spent Wednesday morning on standby as school districts decided if class would be cut again.
Total for the season remains at 37.
A Rock City Eats look at changes coming to eateries in central Arkansas.
The first one is Feb. 17 at Jacksonville Community Center. The second is Feb. 19 at Bayou Meto Elementary. Both meetings begin at 6 p.m.
The Razorback Women's Soccer team helped children at the Arkansas Children's Hospital Clinic in Lowell hand out cards, signed autographs and also helped the kids make some valentines of their own to hand out.