Legislators are hoping new laws clean up the massage industry after a KARK investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct at Central Arkansas massage parlors.
A Hot Springs man got an unwelcome homecoming when he returned from the hospital and found a couple sleeping in his bed and living in his house while he was gone.
A non-discrimination ordinance to support the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender community passes in Hot Springs Tuesday night.
Former Arkansas governor announces second run for the White House.
Just ahead of Mothers' Day, the analysts at financial website, Wallethub rated the 50 states and the District of Columbia on how friendly they are to working moms and we have a breakdown of the findings.
A herd of six buffalo escaped on April 16 from a farm on Shady Grove Road in Hot Springs.
The Kanis SkatePark is looking good thanks to enthusiasts who have been pitching in to give it a facelift.
Thousands of people walk the River Market each and every day. One thing they run into is traffic.
Superintendent Kelly Rodgers will recommend the hiring of Jamie Mitchell during a Special Board meeting on Thursday.
The former Arkansas governor becomes the sixth Republican to join the race for the White House.
Baker Kurrus replaces Dr. Dexter Suggs.
He's a Baptist preacher turned politician.
Bush, Rubio out in front, NBC/WSJ voter survey says.
A look at the holiday's history and more.
He will make stops in Rogers, Springdale and Fort Smith Wednesday. There will also be stops in at least seven other cities this month.
Susan Hutchinson pays a visit to El Dorado.
Police found April George, 30, of Little Rock, after responding to a home break-in early Tuesday morning.
Members of a Little Rock Indian organization are helping earthquake survivors in Nepal.
Roger Headley has been fishing at Lake Bentonville for a few months and says he's had luck. When he went to claim a catch Friday morning, he found it had teeth.
A Little Rock organization is working with city leaders to help repair older homes in some local neighborhoods.
Arkansas State Police working alongside the State Police Crimes Against Children Division in processing Amber Johnson, 28.
People from across the nation are traveling to Hope, Arkansas to support former Governor Mike Huckabee as he announces his presidential bid.
Claims of sexual harassment by an elected official in Maumelle have sparked the mayor to call for his resignation, and a federal investigation has been launched.
The department is trying out half a dozen body cameras from one vendor starting this Thursday and for each of their patrol divisions.
Artist Marty Schmitt taught herself how to paint pets a few years back, her canvas of choice is rocks.
Heather Fuller and her twin sister tried to stop duo from stealing woman's purse at Park Plaza Mall.
A family is devastated after a woman was hit by a car last week on Highway 270 near Royal, and it was her own son who was the one who found her.
Dr. Devon Ballard says he felt a whisper that told him to take special precautions with his pregnant wife. That move saved her life, and the lives of their unborn twins
More than 300 high schools across the state of Arkansas will have students who are headed to service academy's to continue their education or enroll in.
You could say the house off 12th street's isn't exactly aging gracefully. The roof is collapsing in two places, and windows and doors are boarded up. But owner Narcissus Tyler says she has a plan to breath life into the crumbling building with a rich history.
The former Arkansas governor is expected to officially announce his run for president in 2016 on Tuesday morning. As the country prepares for the announcement, the city of Hope is doing some preparation of its own.
An ongoing investigation alleges Rusty Allen Russell in Atkins was intimately involved with a 15-year-old girl at his church.
After Huckabee announces his decision about entering the 2016 presidential race in his hometown of Hope, he travels to Iowa to launch his "Factories, Farms & Freedom" tour.
Southern Business & Development magazine has released its 13th annual “10 Top Tens” issue, and several Arkansas communities were included among the magazine’s lists of honors.
This Saturday, May 9, marks the start of “2nd Saturday” for the LRFM and Long is excited about their special guest.
Tina Rae Lawrence was last seen on April 28th at 11 p.m.
The food items will include canned goods and fruits.
The Jonesboro Police Department and Animal Control are looking for the person.
Officials say the 15-year-old girl was being sexually exploited.
Brian Hughes, 40, of Sherwood, is a suspect in an attempt to grab a woman's purse in the Park Plaza parking lot as well as a robbery in the parking lot of the Breckenridge movie theater.
The incident happened early Monday morning during which gunshots were fired along Interstate 40.
Mauricio and Cathy Torres pleaded not guilty in a Benton County courtroom Monday morning. Their 6-year-old son Isaiah died in late March.
State highway officials report more than 44-thousand tons of rock salt used to melt ice on roads.
Governor Asa Hutchinson has ordered the flags to be lowered for the memorial service of former Congressman John Paul Hammerschmidt.
The Arkansas Game & Fish Commission says the fish was likely a pet that someone dumped in the lake and would not have survived there for very long.
One of Little Rock's largest African American churches decided to expand its ability to help the community. This time, reaching out to kids, teens and young adults.
A Dardanelle woman's dogs have been returned by city officials but the reunion is bittersweet.
If there are too many underage drinking reports at the same place, a business could lose its liquor license.
Investigators believe 35-year-old Bobby Campbell is responsible for the death of Gabriel Carter, who was shot and killed Wednesday afternoon.
57-year-old Shelby Neal of Pangburn died in the accident.