A School hospital program helps kids learn at Arkansas Children's Hospital.
A dog has a water jug stuck on it's head.
One of the points focusing on strengthening child sex predator laws as well as creating criminal justice transparency.
Sunday's flash flood in Maumelle caused hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage and is forcing 21 families to move.
Arkansas State University’s Mexico partners to request a new target opening of 2016.
A Saline County family is waiting for their dad to get U.S. citizenship, but it may be a longer wait than they'd hoped.
Sen. Mark Pryor (D) has debuted a new campaign ad where he highlights the benefits of the Affordable Care Act.
Some business owners expressing concerns this ordinance will interfere with their day-to-day operations.
The 2012 republican presidential nominee joined Congressman Cotton in North Little Rock Thursday morning.
Heifer International mourns the loss of project beneficiaries and livestock killed in Nepal.
The district started construction on for two elementary schools.
Friends say Natalie Jo Eaton, 18, of Harrisburg is moving her arms and legs after a broken golf club was impaled in her neck near her spinal cord.
The Livability.com article applauds Fayetteville on its "southern charm," "innovative businesses," and "breathtaking natural attractions."
Suspect arrested in Thursday afternoon incident outside Target store.
Federal judge in Little Rock grants order of settlement reached earlier this year.
The plan includes $302 million for area organizations, aimed at shaping a stronger region for families.
According to police Robert Warford, 39, of Saline County, reportedly entered Ringgold Elementary School on the morning of August 18 .
Van Buren investigators said the search started around 8:30 a.m. after the suspect ran from a traffic stop at 9th and Jefferson.
The Wednesday night disturbance ended with the arrest of Sam Hill, 26.
Chance Gober, 40, of White Hall, died in the accident early Sunday morning.
During Mallory Brooks' recent trip to New York City, she sat down with NBC Today Show Anchor Natalie Morales to talk about balancing the crazy hours of the morning shift and being a mom.
Public input sought on a new 2 lane connector that will extend north from Hwy. 36, just west of Honey Hill Rd., cross Collins Rd. and then curve east to Hwy. 16.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission needs your help to determine the number and locations of black bears.
Some of them have not been paid after making deliveries while others say they were paid with hot checks.
A girl warns others not to accept the fire challenge after getting severely burned.
Cpl. Ross Spurlock, who lives in the city, put his boat into action to rescue people stranded by high water.
City officials are pursuing action against the company that sold it the $130,000 tree and hope to get it working again.
Pre-registration required by Aug. 25 for Sept. 3 exam. Those who speak a second language encouraged to apply.
The race for Arkansas governor is heating up with a former presidential heavyweight in the Natural State.
The new facility will have a financial impact of $86 million annually on the community.
Civil Rights Ordinance 119 amends Fayetteville's code to protect the civil rights of citizens and visitors and will create a civil rights administrator position for the city.
A special program at UAMS helps parents of premature babies transition from the hospital to the home.
Incident happened around noon near Housing Authority at Coy and Locust streets.
Deonte Edison, 20, has been sentenced to life in prison for the death of 25-year-old Christian Hayes in the February 2013 shooting.
The Little Rock Port Authority hosted a grand opening ceremony for its new headquarters, the Arkansas River Resource Center.
Landlords and tenants urged to read up on their rental obligations under Arkansas law.
Ozark Regional Transit test run Thursday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Older people might need help keeping cool when temperatures rise to extreme levels.
Meeting that started Tuesday night did not end until after 3:30 Wednesday morning.
The FDA announced that nSpired Natural Food Inc. voluntarily recalled the products.
Project seeks to enhance the level of customer service, convenience and comfort through improvements to the concourse.
Humidity combined with temperatures in the 90s makes being outside dangerous for many people.
Highland Pellets to build 500,000 metric ton per year facility in $130 million investment.
On Sept. 1, Aaron Nolan will take on a new role as KARK 4 Today co-anchor alongside Mallory Brooks. During a recent trip to New York City, Aaron had the chance to chat with Today Show anchor Matt Lauer about being a morning show anchor and also one of Aaron's favorite topics...the Arkansas Razorbacks.
Board members will vote on dueling ordinances for nightclubs in the city on Sept. 16.
Veterans in Arkansas gathered Tuesday to express their frustration with a health care system designed just for them, but is letting so many down.
A wait that was expected to be only 4-5 months has been more than a year for Oscar Alcazar.
A report from the Disability Rights Center of Arkansas says staff at a juvenile detention facility incentivize youth to harass other youth.
Campbell family to perform at opening night gala in October.
Chester Knoble, 59, says he was knocked out in the crash and woke up next to his deceased sibling. He then managed to get out and walk to the nearest home for help.