Police say Olivia Marie Moreland, 85, of Heber Springs has dementia and was last known to be at 308 North 15th Street.
Witnesses to the accident say it looked like he could have been cut in half while pinned between the truck and an inside wall.
It's a concept that isn't an old one, do it yourself or make it at home but one local t-shirt company is taking that to the next level mass producing product for a central home.
Tavin, of Alexander, has been busy helping people in need. Now he needs votes to win a national kindness contest.
The changes are expected to result in annualized savings of approximately $20 million.
Students showed off traditional apparel from different countries around the world.
Conrad Longfellow 87, grew up in Siloam Springs and started attending Razorback games at the age of 12.
Clothing will be collected through Wednesday, Dec. 17.
Tavin, of Alexander, donated bags of clothes, supplies and $100 from his own savings for tornado victims. He's also working on a coat and blanket drive.
Each scholarship package includes a $2,500 tuition credit at a participating Arkansas UTeach university – University of Arkansas-Fayetteville, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, or University of Central Arkansas.
Justices heard from both sides in the case after a lower court judge ruled that the state's ban on same-sex marriage was unconstitutional and opponents appealed.
Incident happened late Wednesday night at Chrome City Custom Wheels on Asher Avenue.
El Dorado Festivals and Events organizers say plans call for transforming a group of historic downtown structures as part of the project.
Central Arkansas Development Council will distribute USDA Commodities beginning at 9 a.m. in Pulaski County at several locations.
As a community service project the National Junior Honor Society at Dunbar Middle School hosted a Penny-A-Thon for the Math-A-Thon this year.
It happened Monday afternoon at Searcy High School.
Event is being held at First United Methodist Church, 508 N. Reynolds Road.
Higher turkey and milk prices are causing an increase in cost of the holiday feast, according to the Ar. Farm Bureau.
As part of the giveaway, customers can receive a small hot coffee or medium iced coffee.
It's part of a celebration for Central Arkansas Transit’s River Rail as it marks 10 years in business.
The pro boxer who was arrested in August after an incident at his home, is now charged in Pulaski County Circuit Court with battery 1st degree and terroristic threatening.
Justices hear from both sides in the case after a lower court judge ruled that the state's ban on same-sex marriage was unconstitutional and opponents appealed.
Loretta Gober, 31, was found five after hours she was reported missing early Thursday morning.
He left his old life of gang banging and drug dealing to help police reduce crime and keep youth off the streets. As a thank you for his service, one Little Rock community member was granted his first home to own.
The Arkansas Trans Equality Coalition worked with Little Rock Police Department's chief, Kenton Buckner to create policies that would establish equal protection and trust between transgender individuals and law enforcement employees.
Whether it's running a juvenile lockup, providing healthcare to prison inmates or even touching up the state capitol, private companies now perform many functions formerly done by the government.
Thieves break into a Little Rock school and steal 24 ipads over the weekend.
The free run starts and ends at Go! Running, 1819 N Grant Street.
Gregory Aaron Kinsey was found guilty on one count of murder in the second degree and murder in the first degree.
Maria Hoskins wrote "Christmas Night on the Farm" about her childhood holidays in Arkansas.
The Marie Wilson Howells Chair is named after the native of the Mississippi County town of Wilson that bore her family’s name.
A search warrant by Conway Police leads to drugs and multiple arrests. Suspects expected to face stiffer drug charges because of the proximity to a school.
Both the Mount Pleasant Elementary School in the Melbourne School District and Haas Hall Academy, a public charter school in Fayetteville, achieved a high score of 99 in Overall Recognition.
Luckily as you can see in the surveillance video, another woman stepped in to save her.
After the city of Little Rock voted to pass an ordinance that could result in pot belly pig, Sooie, being evicted. The owner says she has plans to take the fight further.
It's all part of a month long $1.6 million project to improve water-run off in the area.
According to police Shanell Harris, 32, of Brinkley was reported missing on Sunday, November 16.
KARK4's Brittney Johnson spoke to authorities about rules that are supposed to protect you from impostors.
On Tuesday, Consumer Reports recommended parents reduce children's rice consumption.
The man had been shot his chest and lower torso. He was transported to JRMC for treatment and his condition is unknown.
More than one-hundred demonstrated on the steps of the Arkansas State Capitol on Wednesday, a day before justices with the Arkansas Supreme Court hear arguments on the state's marriage amendment.
The season officially starts Saturday (11/22) and will last for about two months but the work to have a good season, in some places, goes year round.
Saline County went wet on election day, and now the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board is accepting applications for beer and wine sale permits. Some businesses aren't wasting any time to rake in the revenue.
The company announced on Nov. 13 that it would price-match select online retailers, including Amazon.com. However, any Amazon member with a registered selling account can create authentic looking pages and list items "for sale" online.
Annual average price of a standard double room and the city's overall hotel rating where factors in making the list.
The Triple Trophy is earned by hunters who take deer by archery, muzzle-loader and modern gun during one season. Award winners receive a certificate and a jacket patch.
The AR Game and Fish Commission advises drivers to be on the lookout for deer along roads, especially after dark.
The cafe is one of the businesses featured in a mini series called "Growing America" on the Headline News channel.
The theft adds up to a loss of more than $12,000.
The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders will also be there for the event.