Subjects enrolled in the study were followed for a six-month period or until an ulcer recurrence.
Center in Little Rock helps diagnose why patients fail to get a good night's sleep.
Authorities say the goal is to have five officers on duty around the clock.
Captain Greg Rae of Mt. Ida, is the first person from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission to attend the program.
United States Department of Agriculture grants will pay for an ambulance, fire truck and more.
After a fire and reputed financial mismanagement, Crittenden County Regional in West Memphis might get a second chance.
The list includes a $50 million overlay program.
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. Voting ends March 25.
A Little Rock hospital is conducting research on the problem and is looking for children ages 1 to 4 to take part in a clinical study.
It's using Nextdoor to reach out to citizens with the goal of fighting crime together.
They're helping Habitat for Humanity build a home for a single mom and her daughter.
Networking and sharing of ideas played a key role in gathering of the Arkansas City Clerks, Recorders and Treasurers Association.
About 200 people involved in the event "Rock the Block" set out to do outside repairs on about 20 houses in the Baring Cross neighborhood.
It's an opportunity the city and residents say they need to grow Pine Bluff and bring their town back to life.
Four victims were under the age of 18.
The school has published an article on its Facebook page reminding parents that students do not have to take the PARCC exam.
The district missed seven days due to winter weather.
After hearing an outpouring of complaints about the PARCC test, Representative Mark Lowery, R-Maumelle, wanted to make this year the first and only the test would be given to Arkansas students.
Cedric Thornton of the Philadelphia Eagles will deliver free books to more than 800 students.
The outpatient campus will be in constant development and expansion as the hospital leadership team works through a phased plan that will take up to ten years to complete.
It dropped one-tenth of a percentage point to 5.6 percent in January.
The measure now moves to the Arkansas Senate.
Students at J.A. Fair High School get a look at what comes after graduation.
Police warn residents about bogus callers who claim to be with Benton Utilities or Entergy.
The district missed five days from snow and ice in February and March.
They wore all black on Friday to show support for teachers they fear could lose their jobs.
Governor Asa Hutchinson announces those selected from among 700 applicants.
We all grab a soft drink every now and then. Others reach for one, two or three a day. But sugary drinks are a main factor in obesity.
Recent heavy rains have caused flows to rise to dangerous levels.
The Arkansas Livestock and Poultry Commission says it will "follow strict USDA protocols to depopulate the affected flock so that no affected birds will enter the food supply."