A new phone scam going around in Jefferson County cost one person $500.
The clinic includes physicians and staff from urology, wound care nurses, and medical social workers who will coordinate with other UAMS medical services including physical medicine and rehabilitation, plastic and reconstructive surgery, general surgery, neurosurgery and orthopedics.
From 2009 through July 2014, the lottery has collected more than $688K in unpaid taxes and more than $296K in child support.
It's going on outside the student center Wed.-Fri.
The branch network will remain separate until after systems conversion.
Give Arkansas a Raise Now seeks to raise the state's minimum wage to $8.50 in 3 years.
Full extent of losses won’t be known until after harvest.
Parents say their kids spend almost three hours on a bus every day.
A local man is left in disbelief after coming home to find $3,000 worth of rims and tires stolen. Thieves left his truck sitting on the jack and concrete blocks.
The works of Fay Ku, Kathleen Robbins and Theresa Pfarr to be featured.
They're encouraged to apply for the Crisis Low-Income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP) program.
A local man's life was changed after being treated for an irregular heartbeat disorder.
State agency gets both sides together for discussion.
Property on North Phoenix Ave. is already owned by the city.
The Florida Felony Lane Gang is showing up all around the south and could be targeting your vehicle and what's inside.
Final rates will be released once the plans are certified by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This will happen before open enrollment for 2015 begins on Nov. 15.
Anael Castro-Hernandez., a man in jail on child rape charges is still on the loose after getting away from deputies. Law enforcement is reaching out to the Hispanic community and deciding if protocol should change.
The North Arkansas Regional Medical Center in Harrison says so far this year, there's been a 44 percent drop in "charity care."
Many high schools offer prep curriculum but one central Arkansas school is giving students who might normally fall through the cracks, a boost.
As talk continues on regulations and possible help for southern farmers hit by a grain broker's default, Arkansas truckers say they've taken a hit that could put them under as well.
Millions of dollars apparently owed to farmers triggering lawmakers to discuss regulations that could come in 2015.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the program. Directors say Job Corps gives students the skills needed to succeed in today's workforce.
Joseph “Rev Run” Simmons is one of the most iconic figures in music. He speaks in Pine Bluff on Aug. 26.
Federal judge in Little Rock grants order of settlement reached earlier this year.
City officials are pursuing action against the company that sold it the $130,000 tree and hope to get it working again.
A special program at UAMS helps parents of premature babies transition from the hospital to the home.
Older people might need help keeping cool when temperatures rise to extreme levels.
Meeting that started Tuesday night did not end until after 3:30 Wednesday morning.
The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff over the years has had it's fair share of negative publicity and tough times when it comes to enrolling and keeping students.
Joe Ostaszewski taking part in Aug. 23 event in Fort Smith.