26-year-old Raymond Jay Stewart reportedly escaped from the Bryan County Jail in Oklahoma on October 18 where he was being held awaiting trial on the charge of first degree murder.
Former Arkansas offensive guard Brandon Burlsworth and former Arkansas head coach Danny Ford join 75 players and six coaches from the Football Bowl Subdivision and 87 players and 25 coaches from the divisional ranks.
United States Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack has made Secretarial disaster declarations for farmers in two counties in Arkansas that suffered losses and damage due to high winds and hail that occurred on October 7.
It happened just before 3 p.m. on Wednesday on Highway 367.
One week after a freight train and a foliage tour train collided on the tracks, the Arkansas Missouri Railroad will resume tours.
The contest, which is a part of the Farmer's Insurance "Thank a Million Teachers" program, awards a grant to the teacher who gets the most votes for their grant proposal.
The Razorbacks’ class, which consists of 20 players, including 14 true freshmen and six junior college transfers, has now been nationally ranked at No. 2 by Perfect Game, No. 4 by Baseball America and No. 16 by Collegiate Baseball.
It's one of 33 new and renewing BFUs in 20 states.
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Lois Scott was found safe in Harrison.
Wednesday shooting in Ottawa at Canadian Parliament.
The blaze broke out Tuesday morning on Jose Chapel Road.
The National Weather Service shares expectations for Dec. 2014 - Feb. 2015.
The trip to Conway County is part of our community spotlight tour.
Benefits will increase by 1.7 percent in 2015.
Bobby Jewel Ford, 46, of Little Rock, charged in heists from Oct. 15 and Oct. 20.
A campaign event caused a stir on a college campus two weeks before Election Day. Some students at the University of Central Arkansas said the school disregarded their wishes by allowed a state senator running for re-election to hold a concert on campus.
A mystery over some missing mailboxes is leading to more questions that could impact homeowners across central Arkansas.
Austin Women took up 80% of the course allowing people to carry guns.
Derrick Estell escaped from the Garland County Jail by diving through a security a window in 2013.
Police say the child was found unresponsive at a home on Chelsea Street Monday night.
A youth group at a West Little Rock church is selling pumpkins to help fund in-state mission trips.
A tipster in White County had questions about a land deal where the county government bought property a church purchased for a million dollars less just weeks before.
An anonymous tip from a KARK viewer lead to an investigation at the Little Rock Public Works department, involving potential wasted tax dollars.
Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel announced the creation of a school safety division to train districts for active shooter scenarios.
Every dollar raised through 1 Million Meals provides the equivalent of five meals for local, hungry families.
The money will be used to give Arkansas pre-K-12th grade teachers tools to teach health science topics.
George Smith, 75, was on board a sport type airplane that crashed into a tree top after losing power.
It was sold at the Liquor Depot location on E. Emma. The winning numbers in Monday night's draw were 5 - 10 - 27 - 35 - 37.
Dedrick Mustiful, 34, had joined the agency in January.
September rate of 6.2 percent is one-tenth of a percentage point lower than August.
Facing his toughest reelection bid, Senator Mark Pryor said Monday he believes he'll prevail because "people here vote for the person."
The suspect in the Monday afternoon heist at Arvest Bank on Arcade Drive is identified as Katherine Clark, 26.
Wesley Wooley, 23, of North Little Rock, charged in Saturday morning killing of Terry Lipsmeyer, 52.
A small town businessman discusses the terrifying moments in Oct. 17 incident. Despite the frantic situation, the store owner was able to remain calm. He says his first priority was getting customers out.
It was a special night for KARK4 as Perry Sook, the chairman, president, and CEO of our parent company Nexstar Broadcasting Group, was inducted into the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame.
On Facebook, the videos show some fans brawling on the golf course near War Memorial Stadium. Little Rock Police say they had more than 100 officers scattered around tailgating spots.
33-year old Eddy Withem, a former Marine who had served eight years in Iraq was at home with with his wife their three children when a deadly EF-2 tornado hit.
Louisiana Street is getting a facelift from the Little Rock Road Department but it's causing some confusion for drivers.
FRC Action, the legislative affiliate of "Family Research Council" hosted the campaign event featuring the organization's executive director, Josh Duggar.
Mistakenly giving your child too much of a dose of medicine is something researchers say is pretty common.
Statewide republican candidates gathered in the River Market this morning to encourage their base to get out and vote. The rally tailored around Attorney General candidate Leslie Rutledge.
Voters are flooding the polls as we speak, for the first day of early voting in Arkansas. KARK4's Hilary Hunt wax there as Arkansas cast their first ballot
A group of students at Robinson Middle School in Little Rock are really stepping up and showing their peers they are important and loved.
A church Pastor's mission to Africa has his community worried for their safety as ebola concerns remain in the spotlight.
On Monday morning, Benton Police officers responded to a home on Fox Trail in reference to an unresponsive 11-week-old child.
Both are available for Arkansans aged 50 and up.
The former governor will take part in program on Oct. 26 in Little Rock.
Monday afternoon heist at U.S. Bank, 11402 W. Markham.
The game will be televised on the SEC Network. Kickoff is 11 a.m. on Saturday.