A June 16 jail brawl left a detainee in critical condition while the culprit was released from jail two days later. Now, authorities are asking for the public's help in tracking him down.
Theresa Cates says there have been complaints about some of her work in North Little Rock and Jacksonville.
New security features that are being installed this summer include cameras plus entrances that require permission for visitors to get inside school buildings.
Wawona Packing Co. is voluntarily recalling peaches, nectarines, plums and pluots that were packed at its Cutler, California, warehouses between June 1 and July 12.
Improvement work is expected to take two more months.
Anthony Williams says he has big plans for his department.
Newest KIDS COUNT Data Book also shows state still ranks poorly in economic well-being of children.
When you pull up to the pump and grab the nozzle to fill your tank, you're not expecting to have gas leaking down the side of the hose.
It's being made possible with an organization and class called Noble Impact.
They include: Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield, Celtic Insurance Company, National Blue Cross Blue Shield Multi-State, QCH Health Plan Inc., and QualChoice Life and Health Insurance Company, Inc.
A community festival is held at Barton Park.
Stoby's in Conway hosts pancake fundraiser to provide kids with backpacks for school.
The Parkview High School Class of '94 collected supplies for incoming freshmen.
Crowds gather outside building in Little Rock to voice concerns over immigration reform
Arkansas Children's Hospital, Blue Bell Ice Cream and the American Red Cross are offering a sweet reward for all who come to give blood at the hospital this Friday, July 18th.
Mobile phone or tablet users can now upload photos, videos, audio and other files to the Crime Tips Form.
Involves all ink, needles, tubes, ink cups and kits distributed by White & Blue Lion.
Chief Anthony Williams comes to SAU with 30 years of law enforcement experience from the city of Dallas.
The jobless rate in Arkansas for June dropped to 6.2 percent.
As babies age, it's important to think about child-proofing, which is sometimes an area friends and families forget about when buying shower gifts.
Despite that, Arvest Bank survey finds them "upbeat about their current financial status."
TeleTech announces new customer experience site, it's second in the state.
Blood donations are harder to come by in the summer, so now it's more important than ever to donate!
With the fate of city employee salaries in their hands, the Benton City Council this week made a decision to bump the pay of all non-elected employees.
One of the finders claimed more than $13,000. Most claims are significantly lower.
A group of 50 people patrol streets in a Little Rock neighborhood trying to prevent crime.
Stolen firearms, grenades and narcotics has people in a Saline County neighborhood concerned for their safety. Deputies arrested a man after they found 20 stolen firearms and explosives inside his home.
This week at the Little Rock Zoo kids are getting up close and personal with animals.
Noted accomplishments includes more than doubling the number of fraud referrals made to the Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit.
A July 18 groundbreaking will get the Hurricane Creek Village project under way.