In the last month, the average for a gallon of unleaded has dropped about 40 cents in Arkansas.
The state's civilian labor force gained 8,100, a result of 10,300 more employed and 2,200 fewer unemployed Arkansans.
Eligible donors urged to give blood or platelets.
Volunteers go the extra mile to make sure families in need get help to provide gifts for their children.
Shane Broadway will serve the university as its Vice President for Governmental Relations.
Student scores make great strides on Arkansas Benchmark and End-of-Course Exams.
One tip: If you buy a child a riding toy for Christmas, be sure you get a helmet too.
Hundreds of drivers take Salem Rd. each day, and so do many children walking to two schools.
Multi-family apartment complexes in Little Rock getting recycling centers after city approves ordinance..
“The days of lecturing day after day and expecting students to learn the material that way are coming to a close,” says one professor.“Students need to get out there and do."
Company submits proposal to city.
Salary increases will be higher for certified deputies with the sheriff's office.
The honor goes to Rob Lindley of Har-Ber High School in Springdale.
Out of 60 seniors, 10 of them scored 30 or better on the ACT. Senior Jeffrey Tonti scored a perfect 36.
Your flu shot can protect you but it might not do as good of a job as you think. Work still needs to be done to keep yourself safe.
Country legend Garth Brooks is back in action Friday night at Verizon Arena and nearby businesses say the cash is pouring in.
If you do get sick, you can be contagious for up to a week, health officials advise.
Experts in the STEM field told the governor-elect on Thursday that the state has about half a dozen qualified instructors to teach computer science to high school students.
The child said he was being picked on by other students at Brady Elementary in Little Rock.
Milestone celebrated for facility that began production in 2006.
Arkansas National Guard event also celebrates 378th birthday of National Guard by giving back to those in need.
Frank E. Swilling, Sr. was hit by a car while issuing a summons and died the next day.
“Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.”
When children with food insecurity eat better, the payoff is that they learn better.
Real estate brokerage site places Arkansas in a tie with Kentucky.
Interviews conducted throughout this semester with students and alums.
Ceremony begins at 9 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 20 in Barnhill Arena.
The initiative provides one-of-a-kind resources and customized guidance on the benefits of increased Internet usage.
The churches joint council on human needs, or c-johns for short gives food to 600 households a month.
Every two minutes a child becomes homeless, and there are 1.2 million homeless school children, some right here in our own backyards.