It's a fast track route to recovery for some patients.
Attorney General's Office issues consumer alert about what to watch out for from these schemes.
The man's 12-year-old daughter died after being hit by an SUV that failed to yield at a bus stop on Highway 70 Monday afternoon.
School board members are learning how to read budgets and look for warning signs that could lead to financial problems. Those signs include declining enrollment, declining revenue and spending reserve money.
Law enforcement agencies recommend that parents check out the ACIC website to see who's living in and around your neighborhood..
As of Oct. 28, the total is 6-point-8 million dollars.
The Crossing at Angel Court is the first fully accessible public park owned by Saline County
Survivors of domestic violence were standing alongside lawmakers and advocates at the State Capitol on Tuesday.
The Arkansas Farm to School Month Competition celebrates fresh, healthy foods in schools.
Chief Kenton Buckner formed a committee earlier this month to look into the idea.
Some people say college students and alcohol do not mix but a new residential and retail building coming to the University of Central Arkansas could change that.
More than 50 realtors asked questions and listened to a panel of experts on safety following the loss of realtor Beverly Carter.
When it comes to the candy, many often overbuy. Experts say when you shop, think about how many trick or treaters you had knock on your door last year.
UTeach Arkansas is looking to place more teachers in Arkansas classrooms who have a passion for teaching science, technology, engineering, and math.
This year they're raising money for new technology equipment.
A regular gallon of gas is under $3 in Arkansas, but is that enough to encourage consumers to pump more money into the economy? Some said no.
Former NBA star Scottie Pippen is "taking a swing" at raising money in memory of former UCA basketball player, Jimmy McClain.
Installation of 18 additional lights on the plaza area near the Ross Pendergraft Library and Technology Center, Hindsman Tower and Baswell Techionery will cost more than $109K.
Shirley Tyson will step in when Ray Scott retires in December.
City water crews face challenge installing pipelines.
East Harding Construction of Little Rock will handle the project.
Miss Selma's Shooting Stars pay visit to Good Shepherd community.
It's no secret that a growing minority of lawmakers want to wind down Arkansas' compromise medicaid expansion and are waiting to see the makeup of the legislature come next January.
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73 Mills High School students received cash rewards for achieving superior scores on advanced placement tests administered in science, math, social studies, and English.
Today students, faculty and staff received the flu vaccine, thanks to a mass flu campaign.
It's one of 33 new and renewing BFUs in 20 states.
Benefits will increase by 1.7 percent in 2015.
A youth group at a West Little Rock church is selling pumpkins to help fund in-state mission trips.
September rate of 6.2 percent is one-tenth of a percentage point lower than August.