A Little Rock family had an unwanted visitor on its front porch and it wasn't a solicitor. It was a 5-foot-long snake.
Voters head to the polls Tuesday to decide whether Jacksonville will get its own school district.
Hundreds of motorcycles trek to Arkansas Children's Hospital supporting it's young patients Saturday.
Local aspiring entrepreneurs have spent their weekend developing all different types of businesses hoping to make it big and help create jobs in Arkansas.
Early continues Monday for school board spots in both the Little Rock and North Little Rock districts. Election day is September 16.
The River Ridge Property Owners Association said its residents were taking steps to prevent car break-ins from continuing in their neighborhood. According to RRPOA and River Ridge Point, cars in the area have been broken into in the last nine months. Neighbors said they felt the area was a target because people took safety for granted when they left their car doors unlocked.
Doctors in Arkansas are on the look out for patients that may be presenting symptoms of the Enterovirus D 68.
Clean up efforts began early at Boyle Park in preparation for the Big Rock Mountain Bike race coming in October.
Students chalked Little Rock sidewalks as a part of the "Thea Paves the Way" event.
The 3rd Veterans and Patriots Appreciation Day treated vets to haircuts and lunch.
61-year-old Manuel McCuien faces multiple charges, he was taken into custody Thursday.
The Little Rock Police Department says suspect took items from Sensation Beauty Supply store off Roosevelt Rd. on Wednesday, and a second time on Thursday.
Officers and deputies in local law enforcement work on ways to cut back on traffic accidents in Central Arkansas.
City Council members in Pine Bluff are hoping to get the green light on an ordinance that would help protect Code Enforcement officials.
A Faulkner County Circuit Judge who hit national headlines after making controversial online comments and divulging details in a celebrity adoption has been removed from his office.
Hundreds of Pulaski Tech students due financial aid refunds will have to wait after a computer system issue. As you can imagine some are not taking the news quite so well.
The store chain is dedicated to giving back. That's why a portion of every purchase goes to charity.
This year, more than 26,000 students are enrolled in the fall semester.
The body of Reggie Willis, 25, was found in a grassy lot near 4th & Spruce early Thursday morning.
Discussion topics: management of grazing lands including rotational grazing, alternative water sources, and stream side fencing.
The free, public event will be held Sept. 25 at 10 a.m. in the J.M. Ross auditorium of the Hathaway-Howard Fine Arts Building.
Thursday night accident happened at the Highway 64 Bypass and South Church Street.
The first suspect was picked up on Thursday and two more joined him in jail on Friday.
He begins his new job Sept. 15, following the resignation last week of former Athletic Director Chris Peterson.
Hunters no longer have to worry about carrying observation booklets to complete the task.
Baptist Health sponsors event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Watershed, Inc., 3701 Springer Boulevard.
Law enforcement authorities searching in Ozark-St. Francis National Forests temporarily close some sites on Sylamore Ranger District.
Agreement expands long term acute care services in Little Rock and Sherwood.
In Lieu of serving one year in Woodruff County Jail, Teagen Martin agreed to 150 hours of community service to share his story and help prevent others from making the same mistake.
A new piece of equipment helps calm a child's nerves before certain medical tests.
The City of Little Rock released a new video touting benefits of improvements along Main Street in downtown. City officials say it makes Little Rock greener and is bringing new business to downtown.
The events of September 11 hitting people across the nation hard.When terrorists flew planes into the twin towers in New York City and attacked the Pentagon. People right here in the Natural State are remembering those Arkansans who lost their lives in connection with the attacks.
Today millions across the country and around the world have stopped to reflect.and remember the nearly 3,000 who died on that day, including four Arkansans. And how most are showing they are remembering, is by posting photos and memories on social media.
In a Walmart parking lot in Conway sheriff deputies surrounded and arrested 57-year-old Richard Shreck on Tuesday.
There were more than $5,000 in expenses unaccounted for according to a Legislative Audit in August.
Smoking is the leading cause of preventable death killing 480,000 people a year.
Investigators reveal findings of a necropsy in the deaths.
Tony Bowls, who's from England (Lonoke County) is the award-winning designer who's made evening gowns for each and every contestant in this year's pageant.
Deputies with the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office say after stealing the checks the suspect then cashed the them at the Walmart on Bowman and Chenal in Little Rock.
Both agree jihadist group is formidable foe.
Police say the suspect came to the Summit Bank at 1800 N. Taylor dressed in a black shirt and wearing a wig.
Words delivered at the precise time the first plane struck the World Trade Center tower in New York City, 13 years ago.
Paying tribute to those lost on Sept. 11, 2001.
The accident report states she had swerved to avoid an object in the road before the vehicle overturned several times.
Sheriff's deputies called to area off Crystal Hill Road early Wednesday afternoon.
Lawyers say an upcoming ruling in a class action lawsuit filed in the wake of the oil spill here could have broad-ranging impacts for property owners across the state.
The decal in question, a memorial cross placed on the helmet to honor and remember two members of the team who lost their lives earlier last year.
After nearly two years of planning, now retired military is getting their first look at what a new veterans home will look like. It is a state of the art design ready for North Little Rock.
Natalie Jo Eaton, 18, was impaled in the neck by a sharp fragment from a golf club that splintered when another student used it to hit a football during a fraternity party.
The funding will allow dental hygiene and dental students to provide oral screenings and basic dental care under supervision of licensed dentists. In addition to cleanings, the services can now include simple fillings and extractions.