Her mother, Shadarrah Madden says she is still waiting on explanation from Geyer Springs Elementary.
Russians were introduced to the students at Gibbs Magnet Elementary in hopes they'll learn more about their culture.
The new approach is called the High Point Initiative.
The goal is not to write tickets but to save lives.
Cleanup activities planned from 8:30 a.m. to noon.
Teacher at Forest Heights Middle School apologizes for the accident.
The school missed a hearing that involves its on-going financial troubles.
The student wandered from Geyer Springs Elementary School.
The program is providing hospitals with very qualified nurses.
It's the 10th year for the annual event that raises monety for the hospital.
Students will be in class on Saturday for their first make-up day of more than 20 lost to winter weather.
Are you tired of winter? You are certainly not alone in Central Arkansas,
Some drivers are spending up to 10 hours on the interstate.
The former mayor, who filed to run again, said there will be an election this year. The Secretary of State said the election will be in 2016.
New techniques in the classroom are helping students learn better than before.
This is to celebrate the American Heart Association's "Jump Rope for Heart."
It's a program in the Pulaski County Special School Districts that parents said they enjoy.
Superintendent Suggs wants all children to be at or above grade level in reading by third grade.
Survey cites uptick in robberies as one area of concern.
Saline Memorial Hospital is hosts the Red Cross blood drive in memory of Drew Melton. She died in a Nov. 2012 accident.
Early childhood education supporters believe more money needs to be invested into Pre-Kindergarten programs. They said this will increase salaries later on.
Rev. Greg Fry will no longer be in charge of Grace Episcopal Church in Pine Bluff.
One local woman is behind the effort to increase awareness about prevention through screenings.
An inside look at sex offender compliance checks.
They're due between March 1 and Oct. 15.
Don Wright, of Minnesota, was diagnosed with the blood cancer multiple myeloma in 2003
Low-income, elderly and disabled Arkansans can qualify for LIHEAP funds.
The confirmed cases have been recorded since Sept. 29.
The wide smile of a boy excited and a tad nervous. The stare of amazement at a strange creature. This is the work of Amanda Woods.
NLRSD says the incident occurred for one day in one class period.