Opportunities in 16 counties across Arkansas Oct. 1-15.
Federal grants support projects in Arkansas, Clay, Faulkner, Hempstead, Jefferson, Sebastian, and Washington counties.
These high school students are taking an assignment and turning it into a lifelong lesson. One that even made the big screen at the Reel Civil Rights Project.
It's the first case of the respiratory illness in the Natural State.
They will continue over the next several months.
Players of all ages compete in soccer tournament to win the Amigo Cup Championship Trophy.
The Beaver Lake Fire Department is asking residents to support a tax of $225.
The money will pay for a 5-year project that seeks to recruit, prepare and retain highly qualified high school science and mathematics teachers.
Registration stop for the Komen Race for the Cure.
Increase is one-tenth of a percentage point from the previous month.
Some donation seekers dress as characters for fundraising event.
Honored for leading comprehensive health, physical activity and wellness efforts.
Research shows one in six men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime. Baptist Health along with Arkansas Urology is introducing a high tech prostate imaging and biopsy that will help save lives.
Football rivals Benton and Bryant partner with the American Red Cross for to help save lives.
Big honor for Dr. Tony Thurman.
The increased enrollment has created new energy on campus, says college official.
The polls are open until 7:30 tonight.
Patrick Dougherty uses sticks, branches and limbs for his creations.
Protests continue for second day by members of the group ADAPT.
They include: Donna Dillahunty with Marion schools, Lindsay Griffin with Greenbrier schools, Jayna Moffit with Bentonville schools and Ouida Newton with Poyen schools.
Events planned on four university campuses across the state to raise awareness and encourage students to apply for lottery scholarships.
Baptist Health sponsors event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Watershed, Inc., 3701 Springer Boulevard.
Cops say to protect yourself, try using tinted windows, not leaving valuables in visible areas and of course keeping those doors locked.
Once-a-week literacy tutors needed to help students learn to read at grade level.
The price of a gallon regular averaged $3.14 on Sunday.
At least three drop-off points will be open in Little Rock.
Hundreds of Pulaski Tech students due financial aid refunds will have to wait after a computer system issue. As you can imagine some are not taking the news quite so well.
The free, public event will be held Sept. 25 at 10 a.m. in the J.M. Ross auditorium of the Hathaway-Howard Fine Arts Building.
Agreement expands long term acute care services in Little Rock and Sherwood.
The City of Little Rock released a new video touting benefits of improvements along Main Street in downtown. City officials say it makes Little Rock greener and is bringing new business to downtown.