It happened at 3:20 Tuesday afternoon between Forbing and 65th Street.
Hutchinson says the bill has the intent to “protect the names, voices, signatures, photographs, and likenesses of the citizens of the state from exploitation and unauthorized commercial use without the citizen’s consent.”
Governor Asa Hutchinson joined local leaders and company officials on Tuesday to formally dedicate the Enviro Tech Chemical Services plant at the Helena Harbor in Helena-West Helena.
The measure now goes to the governor's desk. Gov. Asa Hutchinson has said he will sign it into law, despite protests that he veto it.
Police say Melissa Baker, 37, of Little Rock had outstanding warrants for her arrest from other police agencies.
Lawmakers to decide if bill goes to the desk of Gov. Asa Hutchinson.
The Liaison Committee on Medical Education granted it after a four-day review that followed a rigorous two-year self-study process involving more than 100 faculty and staff members.
Mark Stodola writes in letter to Gov. Asa Hutchinson that it's "the right thing to do for all of Arkansas's people."
The two men robbed a Family Dollar store at gunpoint on Monday.
Portis is the program’s first AP All-American since 2006.
Rock band to bring "The Purple Tour" to Arkansas. Tickets go on sale April 10.
Christopher Scott Taylor, 38, of Little Rock faces charges of public intoxication and endangering the welfare of a minor.
Twelve people arrested on Monday. Law enforcement agencies search for dozens more.
Springtime weather has given Arkansas the chance to take advantage of everything the natural state has to offer. For many, that meant grabbing the rod and reel to go fishing.
Potentially hazardous material stolen from a construction site in Pulaski County, according to the Arkansas Department of Health.
Police say he had been calling a woman all day before showing up outside her house.
Reports say "The Little Rock Bowl" will host AAC and Sun Belt teams. To get the bowl to the rock, organizers will have to get two conferences to support the petition. Also, a TV network will need participate to air the game.
An East End resident says someone stole three of her peony bushes right from her garden.
The letter, signed by CEO Scott Howe and Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer Jerry C. Jones, is pointed in its criticism of the bill.
A 43-year-old employee at the Days Inn and Suites was reportedly fired after her boss saw the Washington Post article.
The controversial measure commonly known as HB1228, is on its way to the full Arkansas House of Representatives after passing through committee. Protesters spent Monday voicing opposition, asking for a veto from Governor Asa Hutchinson.
It's called the "Personal Rights Protection Act" and provides limitations on how pictures of you, taken in public view, can be used.
With the buzz around the measure, it's flooding social media. Many signing a petition are urging Governor Hutchinson to veto HB 1228.
Crews have closed off areas underneath the bridge in places where homeless people had been taking shelter.
The zoo is unveiling new summer classes for kids to really get a chance to explore, get up close and learn about animals they love so much.
All entertainment is free and will take place on the McDonald’s/Crain Kia Main Stage in Simon Park.
The Arkansas Department of Health says the gauge is not dangerous if it remains intact. However it could present a radiation hazard if it was damaged.
Drop-off is completely anonymous and no questions will be asked.
Police say Jack Lambeth Jr., 58, indicated to undercover detectives he was interested in having sex with a boy and girl under the age of ten.
Capital city officials reported to have "strong interest" in the idea.
Dates/times/location: April 10-11 at 2901 W. 31st St. (Pulaski County Bridge & Road Dept.) from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
On April 1, Dam Site Lake, Dam Site River, Lost Bridge North, Prairie Creek, Hickory Creek, and Horseshoe Bend will all be open on Beaver Lake in northwest Arkansas.
The list also includes parks in Texas, Minnesota, California, Pennsylvania, and Florida.
Deputies arrested a woman riding in the car after the driver took off from a traffic stop. He was still on the loose early Monday afternoon.
Jason Henry, 26, charged along with a woman suspect, after alleged rape of teen girl.
Their responses will be used in the development of the Arkansas State Plan on Aging for the next four years.
Reported incident happened in a bathroom at a store in West Monroe, Louisiana.
Demon A. Tate, 37, of Sherwood, was arrested Saturday while on duty.
PayPal Founder Max Levchin speaks out against H.B. 1228.
The pro boxer was arraigned at the Pulaski County Courthouse on Monday and pleaded not guilty to the January incident at an MLK Day parade.
Both twisters rolled across a rural area near Clifty.
Crowds gather to urge Gov. Asa Hutchinson to veto the Conscience Protection Act passed by the Arkansas Legislature.
Billy Bunten, 55, is in custody as a result of a joint investigation involving the Scott County Sheriff's Office and the Arkansas State Police
Neighbors say home sales are slow since the environmental incident.
With the help of about seven college students from UALR and UCA, the professional artist is working on the project at 6th & Main.
Jamming for Jerseys is a part of the Annual Youth Basketball Tournament where players learn about the importance of giving back.
She's wanted for failure to appear on a second degree battery charge.
Taylor will face a judge for a plea and arraignment hearing for his shooting arrest on Martin Luther King Day.
They met outside an event for the Conservative Arkansas group, where Governor Asa Hutchinson spoke Saturday night.
A North Little Rock church reached out this Sunday to help a local crime ridden housing complex.