For the 15th consecutive year, Carrington Electric of Pine Bluff is illuminating the Ronald McDonald house with holiday lights to help make the season bright and bring families closer together during the holiday season.
The filtration system can't work without buckets, of which two are necessary to complete the task.
The event also includes a 5k race (can either run or walk), a family 5K package (up to 4 members) and a pancake breakfast for race finishers.
Basketball guard Andrew Cummings recognized by Allstate and the National Association of Basketball Coaches.
Early voting hours are weekdays through Dec. 9 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Pulaski County Regional Building (501 W. Markham).
Searcy city council leaders approves an ordinance setting an election to raise the city's sales tax.
A Nature Center in Little Rock is popular with both the adults and children.
The product (Omnibalm Daily Foot Therapy) can be found in Walmart Supercenters, Neighborhood Markets, and Discount Stores in Arkansas, Kansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Texas.
State Department of Finance and Administration downgrades revenue forecast by 0.3 percent.
Deborah Rookey, a student at Parkview Arts & Science Magnet, credits random act of kindness with helping her succeed.
It will be located inside the Summit Bank on Highway 5 and be open on Wednesdays only, starting Jan. 8. It will offer services involving the offices of circuit clerk, county clerk, treasurer and other county offices..
First pledges total over a half million dollars.
"Small Business Saturday" is on Nov. 30.
A fairness hearing is set for January 13th and 14th. Anyone opposed to the proposed plan can write the Court.
The average price of regular gas in Arkansas in $3.07.
Consumers urged to always read the terms and conditions of a gift card to be aware of the card’s expiration date, whether there are any fees associated with the card or whether money may be deducted from the card’s balance after a period of nonuse.
Mentors must fill out an application and pass a criminal background check in order to participate in the program.
They're being held from Dec. 2 through Dec. 11 at four locations around town.
If you're like most people, you probably haven't given much thought to the final purchase, but the cost of dying has never been more expensive in Ark.
This year the United Way has teamed up with Playtime Pizza to give children in Little Rock, North Little Rock and PCSSD a wrapped gift, stuffed animal and Playtime Pizza game card.
The GED exam will be changing next year. Test takers will have to pay for it themselves.
A local group of college students is working on a project involving solitary confinement.
As part of the transaction, Metropolitan National Bank will now be merged into Simmons First National Bank.
Icy conditions made traveling dangerous for Arkansans.
Prime-Line says they will invest more than $6.7 million in the new facility while creating 50 new jobs.
The hijacking took place on October 17. The eleven elementary students and bus driver on board were not injured.
The Natural State applauded for its private option model, enrollment and innovation.
New agency offers online complaint option where citizens can report suspected allegations of Medicaid fraud, waste, and abuse.
State lawmakers hear from educators across the country about how to accomplish the task.
Lots of questions about the Pertussis Disease, also called whooping cough, after an outbreak shut down an Arkansas school district last week.