Police worked about 120 crashes on ice-slickened streets.
The store manager for Allen's Foods has logged more than 200 miles in his truck since the snow and ice rolled in.
Advocates for e-cigarettes say people don't know enough about the new technology.
Poll has Pryor 7 points behind, with 9 percent undecided.
Some exciting things are happening at The Arkansas Repertory Theatre. Director of "Because of Winn Dixie" John Tartaglia joins Arkansas Today to announce some great news about the musical.
Officials are putting together a plan for repairs as they assess the damage and investigate the cause of the fire.
Arkansas Valley Electric Cooperative of Ozark and Rich Mountain Electric Cooperative of Mena report that 3,000 outages remained as of 10 a.m. Tuesday.
The ice is to blame for all the sliding and stalling on streets and interstates.
As 2013 comes to an end and 2014 comes closer, it's time to take a look at what's new around Arkansas. Kat Robinson with the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism joins KARK 4 News to talk about what's new in the Natural State.
Meteorologist Greg Dee has your statewide forecast.
Aaron Nolan has your statewide headlines.
Traffic backs up for miles on central Arkansas interstates.
The positions include openings at retail stores, technicians to help with U-verse installation, and sales consultants and customer service representatives for the company’s call centers.
Police say the suspect, who had blood on his clothing, was arrested soon after the Monday night homicide.
The students on board and the driver were not hurt.
Sheets of frozen ice crash onto roads and cars following the winter storm.
Voters will go out to the polls tomorrow to decide the fate of the Robinson Center.
Monday crews from the PCSSD checked every school to make sure students will be safe.
Voters will have a chance to decide on a $68 million bond effort to renovate the Robinson Center Auditorium in downtown.
Severe winter weather forced the cancellation of 32 Red Cross blood drives in Arkansas, southwest Missouri and the Memphis, Tenn., area, which resulted in a shortfall of about 1,000 expected blood and platelet donations over the past five days.
Officials say the university will reopen at 10 a.m.
At one point the cooperatives were reporting outages as high as 30,000, but now they are down to approximately 4,200.
The body of Freddie Cole, 73, was found inside his Manor Circle apartment on Friday.
KARK will sponsor a telethon for the Arkansas Food Bank on Thursday.
Joan Kappen was killed by a bull mastiff on Nov. 21 while walking down Ornado Lane in Hot Springs Village.
Some students found different ways to stave off cabin fever while being off school for four days due to inclement weather.
Most of the outages are in the Ozark and Mena service areas.
Highway Dept. says fewer people on the road made their jobs a little easier.
The facility will be built at the northwest corner of the intersection of Interstate 440 and U.S. Highway 70 and is expected to open in early 2016.
Many of the state's highways and highly-traveled streets have thawed out by now, but not all roads are free of ice just yet.
Officials say schools and buses will run on their regular scheduled starting Tuesday morning.
Cold weather conditions and residual ice from last week's storm are prompting several school districts to call off Tuesday classes.
You'll find at least 14 of them all across the state.
The ceremony for the School of Business and Teachers College, Henderson, will begin at 3 p.m. in the Wells Center gymnasium, followed at 6 p.m. by the ceremony for the Ellis College of Arts and Sciences.
Police say on Dec. 4, investigators were notified of a package that was sent from China, containing 411 grams of a powdered form of Testosterone.
City of Little Rock Public Works crews continue efforts to clear all city streets of ice and now have started repairing damaged roads too.
Keyvis McCoy, 23, is in custody and is being held at the Jefferson County Jail.
Governor Beebe says it could take a few weeks to determine a total cost for this winter storm.
Classes will begin at usual times on all campuses Tuesday morning.
Steven Ochs, the 2013 SAU Honor Professor, will be the speaker at both ceremonies.
Tickets go on sale Friday, Dec. 13.
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Cabin fever can cause some irritability and slight anxiety.
Experts offer tips for avoiding health risks associated with cold weather.
Stodola says crews are working around the clock to clear the roads.
Crews will begin with Friday collection routes that were unable to be serviced during last week's winter storm.
Lindsey Scott Carter, 44, of Paint Rock, Alabama, had been sought in a homicide investigation.
Ice patches reported in central Arkansas.
Reactor has been brought offline, no injuries reported.