A Central Arkansas woman booked a trip to Baltimore hoping to help make a change after seeing what she said was a public outcry for police accountability.
Thousands are walking downtown Conway for Toad Suck Daze. Shops are saying this weekend is beneficial.
Officials say it happened on Highway 270 near the Henning Road intersection.
American Pharoah also won the 2015 Arkansas Derby.
Organizers help people search and train for jobs as well as prepare their resumes.
Over one thousand walkers took part in the fundraiser Saturday morning at War Memorial Stadium.
Governor Asa Hutchinson has ordered the flags to be lowered for the memorial service of former Congressman John Paul Hammerschmidt
A woman says she was shocked to find what a Greenbrier officer stated on his Facebook page about his duties to "harass and collect."
Next week in Hot Springs the board of directors is expected to discuss a non-discrimination ordinance.
The mayor of Russellville and an alderman are responding to a controversial billboard along I-40.
Shoffner's pre-sentencing recommendation was released Friday afternoon.
One six-year old Rogers girl is going to be very brave this summer. First grader Molly Cover will lose one of her legs.
A viewer video shows a rat coming out from underneath a work and food preparation area inside the Waffle House on Rebsamen Park road just off Cantrell in Little Rock.
The attorney general has turned down language of a ballot question aimed at legalizing medical marijuana, she says the language is ambiguous.
The event was put on by the Department of Career Education in an effort to heighten students' interest in the automotive industry.
Tonight a series of ballet performances begin. These are professional dancers putting on free shows, as a ministry.
A panel of lawmakers, advocates and agency heads is focusing on behavioral health services instead of longer sentences as an answer to keep prison recidivism rates down in the Natural State.
It happened just before 4 Friday afternoon
Julep Cup Jaunt at UAMS features live and silent auctions and a 12 ft. by 24 ft. theater-style screen.
Staff Sgt. Ryan Faraone from New Mexico collapsed during the Winston P. Wilson Competition.
Thursday, multiple organizations around Mt. Home, Arkansas gathered the at the high school for the first "Ready2Work" Career Fair.
Crews will stripe and open the westbound lanes. The work will require closing the inside lane of I-630 and will extend from the Barrow Rd. exit to Shackleford Road.
Sunscreens need to be applied liberally and evenly over all exposed areas.
The tournament is scheduled for June 22-June 28 with the qualifier taking place on June 22.
Saturday hours will be 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., with last admission at 1 p.m.
Kevious Foster, 22, was wanted for a deadly shooting incident that happened Wednesday afternoon on E. Capitol Avenue.
The Yell County Sheriff's Office says Charles Edward Black, 49, of Atkins, is a previously convicted felon who got away from Pope County authorities on Wednesday night.
The film's director and writer, Felix Thompson, and breakout lead actor, Charlie Plummer, will both be in Little Rock for the screening.
Jenner's personal struggles are not unique, and many in northwest Arkansas are hoping his announcement will help change stereotypes and stigmas moving forward.
If Robyn Rowe can raise the money for her travel costs, she will join a team organized through International Medical Relief
Ottis Daniel McRae, of Norphlet, has not been seen since April 27.
Traci Farish, 15, was located Thursday in Pope County.
The majority of the audience agreed that the testing brought in by Common Core is the major issue.
A video titled "Nailed Shut" will be played before he takes the podium in Hope.
Officers give residents tips about how to better secure their homes.
The sheriff's office is cracking down on drugs, issuing more search warrants than usual.
Deputies and officers will be learning the ropes of new laws passed this year in the legislative session.
According to content partner River Valley Leader, the suspect involved is a wanted fugitive.
A suspect has been named in the Wednesday afternoon shooting on E. Capitol that left one person dead.
Arkansas Travs former GM Bill Valentine lost his battle with cancer on Sunday, but the unique personality that was Valentine left a legacy that will never be forgotten.
KARK4 Photojournalist Paden Johnson took a ride with both Uber and Yellow Cab drivers to hear their sales pitches on why you should choose their service over the other.
The battle over who gets to carry you from place to place is heating up in the Capitol City.
The family of a 24-year-old man killed during a crane collapse at Arkansas Nuclear One continues the legal fight they began just a few months after his death. They believe accountability in court is the only way to ensure safety and lives are taken seriously for all those who continue to do the work Wade Walters was doing when he died.
The owner of a local business is working to raise money to help her partners in an earthquake-devastated country.
This was a story we first brought you in October of last year. The child's bike was left mangled after the crash along Gifford Road in Malvern.
The Arkansas Activities Association (AAA) released classification numbers for the next cycle--2016-18.
A Sherwood woman is left without $4,000 and wants people to learn from her lesson. Police say you can help prevent this from happening to you.
Family, friends and fans filled the stands of Dickey Stephens Park on Thursday morning to remember the former Travelers General Manager.
Little Rock police are investigating one of two homicides that happened moments apart on Wednesday. The family of one victim is hoping an arrest happens soon.
Hazen firefighters were called around 12:45 on Thursday afternoon to the Shell Super Stop near Interstate 40.