Around 50% of people working in Little Rock are living somewhere else.
It was a special day for residents of a central Arkansas nursing home.
The Marie Wilson Howells Chair is named after the native of the Mississippi County town of Wilson that bore her family’s name.
Both the Mount Pleasant Elementary School in the Melbourne School District and Haas Hall Academy, a public charter school in Fayetteville, achieved a high score of 99 in Overall Recognition.
On Tuesday, Consumer Reports recommended parents reduce children's rice consumption.
On the same day the U.S. Senate voted "no" on the Keystone XL pipeline that would stretch across the country, some Arkansans are concerned about another proposed pipeline that will be built across the Natural State.
The Little Rock Airport Commission approved their 2015 budget, which calls for a 2 percent projected spending cut compared to 2014 and also includes a forecast of fewer than one million passengers at the state's largest airport.
There are dozens of reports of guns in Arkansas schools, but few students are getting suspended.
A Pulaski County family takes aim at distracted driving.
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The 2,735-square-foot Fayetteville clinic features a staff of experienced therapists and top-of-line therapeutic devices.
It was on Nov. 18, 2004 that the facility in downtown Little Rock opened its doors.
The book drive lasts until December 20.
She wrote a book about the experiences of her children and shares advice on how to help anyone who's being bullied.
Other students in the class have no problem with the situation.
Campus tour looks for potential danger zones.
The home on 23rd Street went up in flames on Tuesday morning.
Volunteers who did the work are grad students at SAU in Magnolia.
KARK4's Deedra Wilson finds out how one man not only found a doctor, but medical advancement to treat his symptoms and save his life.
It takes place between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. in the post's Southwest region.
A group that supports increased health coverage for children and low-income Arkansans, says proposed changes to the private option could have a negative effect on those benefiting from new health coverage.
In El Dorado, Life Touch Hospice treated Marines to a free cup of coffee and cookies.
For the second year in a row, a Southern Arkansas University physics student has taken the title at the competitive Arkansas IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) Research Conference held in Fayetteville.
New offices just off Highway 412 will house the administration, criminal investigation and records divisions.
While some tornado victims are thriving six months after the storm , others are still struggling.
One student is submitting multiple entries in hopes of winning a $5,000 scholarship.
The campaign is named in honor of Mike Slive, commissioner of the Southeastern Conference, who is fighting the disease for a second time.
Alpha Chi Omega hosts "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" event.
"We're about 30 years behind," says Chamber of Commerce president.
Patients got a chance to showcase and celebrate pieces of art they created in the hospital's Holiday Card Project