Swim beaches on Nimrod Lake are closed until further notice.
Two four legged friends moved in to the facility and they're building a close bond with the residents.
In February of 2014, the Arkansas VA discovered staff at the Fayetteville Veteran's Home failed to manage money accounts, leaving them $347,000 in debt.
Senator Mark Pryor today unveiled his “American-Made Strong” jobs legislation to help create good-paying jobs and a path to economic growth and opportunity for Arkansas families.
There are millions of cases of head lice every year in the United States and doctors at Arkansas Children's Hospital say they get dozens of visits a week from frantic parents asking how to stop the itching.
Using i-Pads, surgeons can be anywhere in the world and perform the evaluation, view x-rays or cat scans of the patient's injuries.
A lot of livestock were lost in the April tornado. It became apparent there was a need of more trained animal rescue volunteers to help injured animals.
CHI St. Vincent Infirmary is ranked the number one hospital in Arkansas for the second year in a row.
Friday morning incident happened around 11:30.
They're searching for Michael Eugene Conklin, 26, in death of Nelma Darline Conklin, 76.
Crews have completed part of their work in removing a damaged tractor trailer rig after an overnight accident. The work shutdown traffic for five hours Friday.
Friday afternoon incident happened at 620 South Main.
Taxpayers are on the hook for a $630,000 mistake, after the Mayor illegally fired the City Treasurer, and for the first time, officials are talking about the case on camera.
Bryan McManus, 25, died Thursday afternoon when the watercraft he was driving collided head-on with a boat just offshore in Panama City Beach.
Six players won $300 prizes in July 24 drawing.
Political Analyst Bill Vickery and Jessica DeLoach break down out top Political Plays of the week.
Arkansas junior senator John Boozman nearly died in April, when doctors found a tear in his aorta. Three months later, he's back in action on Capitol Hill.
A cell phone weather alert system is in question after some Cabot residents say it didn't work on Wednesday.
The officer allegedly used gas for personal use and falsified documents.
A day after a lockdown, local Air Force vets respond to the possible reasons why.
Safety Town is a week long program that teaches about 100 preschoolers about safety awareness before they hit kindergarten.
According to the Department of Human Services, more than 184,000 in the state have enrolled in Arkansas' compromise Medicaid expansion.
Base officials say a report came in that a suspicious individual tried to forcibly gain access to a base building. The report was later determined to be a case of mistaken identity associated with the heightened awareness of a scheduled readiness exercise.
It's not a sure thing right now, but just the thought has some drivers wanting the State to pump the brakes on this notion.
Sunday marks three months since a deadly tornado struck Central Arkansas. Countless opportunities to donate goods and money arose in the aftermath. Now, nonprofits and local officials are working to put systems in place on how to spend those remaining funds as folks offer feedback on response in the immediate aftermath.
Strong winds demolished four buildings and damaged roofs and siding on nearly 30 others.
Detectives say a lack of eyewitnesses could make the fatal pedestrian hit and run of a 76-year old man tough to solve.
The 2014 hunting seasons for early migratory birds and doves will begin in September.
Tucked away in a corner of Conway sits a small park with large roots in not only Arkansas but the United States.
Students can call Razorback Patrol from anywhere on campus, and a golf cart driven buy work-study cadets will pick the person up and take him or her to wherever they need to go on campus.
Finding out where the donations and government funds went that poured in after the killer storm.
Timothy Buffington, 47, hasn't been seen since he left a Pine Bluff prison on June 21.
Wednesday storms damaged power lines in many locations.
The Arkansas Democratic gubernatorial candidate joined Tamron Hall on MSNBC to discuss his plan to address domestic violence.
Currently, the state is divided northwest and southeast with 20 crappie a day the rule for the north and west half of the state and 30 a day the rule in the south and east half.
Greg Foran is a 35-year retail veteran who joined the company in October 2011 and became President and CEO of Walmart China in March 2012.
The facility had been closed for just over three weeks.
A grieving father makes a video warning people about driving while intoxicated, inspired by a visit to his daughter's gravesite.
Damage from the storms Wednesday evening caused damage near the 2100 block of DeWitt Henry Drive
Paperbacks are $0.50, and hardbacks are $1 at Friends of Central Arkansas Libraries (FOCAL) event.
Take a trip to northwest Arkansas and you can get a glimpse of an Autumn pastime in the making.
A medical photographer is taking photos of WWII veterans holding photos of themselves from the 1940s.
Residents in south Arkansas were shocked to wake up and find that a creek in front of their home changed colors.
The base was on lockdown as of 11:45 a.m. this morning in the interest of protecting all base members and resources from a suspicious individual.
No injuries reported after severe weather Wednesday afternoon.
Many Arkansas without power after Wednesday afternoon storms.
23 counties have been designated as disaster areas, allowing farmers and ranchers to receive assistance to recover from losses caused by severe weather in the state.
Roofs, trees and power lines damaged by high winds.
The Wednesday morning accident toppled four power poles and stalled rush hour traffic for more than hour.
The U.S. Department of Labor announced a $1,013,495 National Emergency Grant incremental award to continue cleanup and recovery efforts in the wake of a severe storm that affected 14 counties in Arkansas on Dec. 5 and 6, 2013.