A nurse with Arkansas Children's Hospital is recovering from a heart illness and receiving support from people across the world.
Little Rock's new recycling rules encourages a new business to open.
Dozens attend a community forum concerning the possible state takeover of LRSD
It's still a mystery as to what exactly made Elizabeth Mitchell, a perfectly healthy nurse so sick that she's been in the hospital for more than two weeks.
The name of the officer is being withheld while the department conducts an investigation into the post.
A family who says a loved-one's body was left to decompose at a Jacksonville funeral home has filed a lawsuit in Pulaski County court.
A family is hoping for justice for the 24-year-old shot and killed in a violent convenience store robbery.
A Rison student can no longer where his favorite hoodie because staff says it's against school policy.
Due to high demand, tickets for Kenny Chesney’s July 30th Big Revival Tour will be offered through Ticketmaster.
In Bentonville, the Walmart Emergency Operations Center is working around the clock to make sure its customers and associates have support through the storm.
Students learn lessons with technology at their fingertips.
Coach Barry Lunney is recognized as one of the most successful high school football coaches in Arkansas, according to the district.
Entergy's low-cost electricity attracting critical business investment, creating jobs, and thus, contributing to the Gross State Product to help power the Natural State’s economy.
Thousands of Little Rock residents could qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit, designed to help low-to-moderate income families, as well as benefit from free tax prep help.
There's lots of cash up for grabs in both games this week.
It happened around 4:30 Saturday morning on W. Cleland Rd. in Cabot near Jack Duncan Rd.
The funding is an increase of $184,118 over fiscal year 2013.
Researchers will examine opioid prescribing and dispensing.
Ticket prices are $52.50 and $69.50 and there is an 8 ticket limit.
The closure in the “Duckhead” area of the Lower Buffalo Wilderness has been lifted.
Scagliola surfaces revealed when artisans in action remove paint.
Hot Springs Village Cards wins top honors in StartupNation Home-Based 100 business competition.
They'll compete again in national finals this Spring in Washington, D.C.
Wesley Dinwiddie, 65, had been reported missing Sunday evening.after launching his boat in Pierce Creek.
Free event will be held 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Center Court.
Everyone across Arkansas is being asked to wear a bow tie this Friday in honor of departing meteorologist Greg Dee.
Saturday night incident in Little Rock happened at 13th & Jones.
The Department of Education is considering taking over the board to help six academically distressed schools.
Authorities are searching for two men accused of gunning down a gas station clerk in Clark County.
Jonesboro Police report Apollinaire Nnoh, 41 and Augustin Adouko, 31, used someone else's credit cards to buy gift cards.
Fayetteville Police are looking for two men they say stabbed a man Saturday morning at an apartment complex on North Whitham Avenue.
The Cleburne County Sheriff passed away Sunday morning from natural causes.
Students, faculty, staff, parents, alumni and fans of the Red Wolves can vote each day for Arkansas State through February 13.
The shooting occurred around 9:45 p.m. Saturday at the Shell at 14th and Main. The clerk's injuries are not life-threatening.
Little Rock authorities responded to a shooting on Baseline Road Saturday evening.
A once injured bald eagle is released back into the wild in Southwest Arkansas.
Acres of land burned in a fire that spread across dry grass at Hick's Cemetery in Benton.
Sissy's Log Cabin in Little Rock has updated their security following a "Smash and Grab" attack on their store earlier in the week.
Authorities say 36-year-old Barry Harmon disappeared from an area north of Monticello January 6th
Hunters from across the state attends this weekend 25th Annual Big Buck Classic.
According to Arkansas State Highway and Transportation officials, crews will be working on curb and gutter areas on the interchange.
Ralliers crowded the steps of the State Capitol for the 5th Annual Reproductive Justice event.
The U.S. Geological Survey reports a 2.3 magnitude quake in Sharp County
Trucks are getting stuck at the St. Louis Street and Harrison intersection in Batesville. Drivers say they feel unsafe.
The Sheriff's Office says a suspect rammed a patrol car this morning and shots were fired.
The Arkansas Ethics Commission is dismissing a complaint against Attorney General Leslie Rutledge following a meeting that was several hours long.
Many of the dogs at the Northeast Arkansas Humane Society in Jonesboro are infected with a virus that could be airborne.
The video is from an episode of the adult swim show "The Boondocks".
The Arkansas State Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors takes action against LeRoy Wood.
It's all part of a group called Bridges, Jewish Muslim Interfaith Dialogue at NYU spend a week every year volunteering in an area hit by a natural disaster.