It was about 4:30 Tuesday afternoon when crews digging up a tree, hit the 2.5 inch gas line owned by Center Point Energy.
Dominik Mjartan came to Arkansas from communist Europe.
A new phone scam going around in Jefferson County cost one person $500.
Chris Peterson's resignation will be effective September 15.
A 16-year old facing a dozen felony charges will make his first court appearance on Wednesday.
Groundbreaking held for new hangars dedicated to completion of two new aircraft models.
School officials in North Little Rock want to integrate real world skills into freshmen classes on a daily basis.
The Brinkley Chief of Police reports he has turned over his files over to the FBI regarding a Brinkley-based commodity broker embroiled in scandal.
Maumelle Police are partnering with the Pulaski County Special School District to try and crack down on drivers using cell phones in school zones.
According to Fayetteville Police Brandy Allen, 31, stuffed handfuls of makeup into her purse in the Ulta Beauty store on Mall Avenue on Monday.
Johnie W. Schmidt was reported missing on Saturday.
Officers called to 3100 block of Ashwood Drive Tuesday morning and later to a traffic stop on Highway 226..
They include the highest ranking African American in the CIA, a Grammy-nominated Blues artist and an Obama-nominated FERC member.
The clinic includes physicians and staff from urology, wound care nurses, and medical social workers who will coordinate with other UAMS medical services including physical medicine and rehabilitation, plastic and reconstructive surgery, general surgery, neurosurgery and orthopedics.
Free community festival includes rides, games, live entertainment and more.
From 2009 through July 2014, the lottery has collected more than $688K in unpaid taxes and more than $296K in child support.
Inaugural fun run to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters and Little Rock Parks & Recreation.
The incident happened Monday afternoon on Latimer Drive.
It's going on outside the student center Wed.-Fri.
The Labor Day incidents happened at Martin Bluff and near Horseshoe Bend Park.
The branch network will remain separate until after systems conversion.
Nine Arkansas athletes to be recognized not only for their success in sports, but for what they've given back to the university as well.
Nearly 5 years of planning and construction is complete. The new Conway Airport seeing planes touch down Labor Day.
Ashton Campbell, 20, of Hindsville competes for national crown.
Give Arkansas a Raise Now seeks to raise the state's minimum wage to $8.50 in 3 years.
Members of the Little Rock city board will likely rescind a vote Tuesday night to build a gas station in part of the city.
Kraft Foods Group voluntarily recalled four varieties of its Kraft American Singles.
Governors Highway Safety Association releases new report on distracted driving prevention.
A community worked hard to improve a local dog pound’s conditions and on Sunday, got its validation. Volunteers with Morrilton Animal Control worked with the city’s mayor to clean up the pound and get as many dogs adopted as they could.
A man is happy to be alive today after being crushed by a mobile home 10 years ago.
The Pulaski County Jail inmate escaped from custody on Aug. 25 in Little Rock.
A list of some businesses closed on Labor Day.
The search for a missing Ferdale Dog is over.
A Little Rock woman has a celebration of life at a local church.
The Milo's Kitchen food truck stopped at dogs parks in Little Rock to hand out samples.
Sculptures that were stolen from Riverfront Park on Thursday have been returned.
Arkansas Game And Fish Officers find a truck -- reported stolen in 2005 -- in the Arkansas River.
The Arkansas State University football team scored 24 unanswered points in the second half as the Red Wolves went on to a 37-10 victory over Montana State.
Housing Market Showing Signs Of Improvement In Arkansas
The Zoo event in a part of a wider state effort to bring attention to efforts to assist people who need assistance enjoying what Arkansas has to offer.
The National Chuckwagon Races are a Labor Day Weekend tradition in Clinton, AR.
A group rallies to re-open Camp Albert Pike for overnight camping.
The drop in gas prices is something all drivers can celebrate this holiday weekend.
A package containing marijuana was found in a FedEx facility in El Dorado.
Police say two teens robbed an Arby's, held employees at gunpoint and crashed a stolen car into another vehicle off Chenal Pkwy.
Alexis Cole, Spring 2014 University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB) graduate and 84th Miss UAPB is one of 10 campus queens to appear in the September issue of Ebony Magazine as part of their HBCU Queens feature.
Little Rock bars are getting ready for the Razorback's first game of the season.
Statewide alcohol sales to be placed on the November ballot.
An invasive species has found its way into trees in three more counties in the state. We got an up-close look at what they are, and why they need to stay put.
Students frustrated they can no longer hold signs of religious faith on campus.