Anael Castro-Hernandez, 30, of North Little Rock, has been on the run since Monday.
It will be Issue No. 4 on the November 4, 2014 ballot.
According to police it is a multiple vehicle accident.
On Thursday, the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office arrested Lacy Burns, 44, of Walnut Ridge.
Emergency crews called to the 2600 block of Spring St. Friday morning for a fire and find bodies inside home.
Ray Allen McGuire, 18, was arrested Thursday night.
The victim in a Thursday night incident has been identified as Justin Harrison, 31.
The 14-year-old was playing defense and had lined up for the play when he went down Thursday night.
A lot of work went into bringing this exhibit to life, culminating in the largest exhibit the museum has shown in its history.
Only 4 high schools in Arkansas met the rigorous standards.
Full extent of losses won’t be known until after harvest.
Circuit court judge issues injunction, cites more than 250 municipal code violations.
The wide receiver made his announcement Friday morning at the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame.
A bank in Northwest Arkansas is now offering a for any information leading to an arrest and conviction.
Politifact says while Pryor's senate opponent, Tom Cotton, voted against a version of a pandemic and emergency preparedness bill last year, Cotton voted "for" the final version.
Dustin burrow will face an Arkansas judge Sept.19 on capitol murder and aggravated robbery charges.
Law enforcement agencies who had them have been suspended from a federal program that supplied them.
The Arkansas Energy Code will be updated in 2015.
LRSD votes to accept master plan which shows where improvements are needed in schools.
The fall hunting season unofficially gets underway on Sept. 6.
After viewing autopsy, prosecutors say they will not charge Floyd in her husband's death.
Parents say their kids spend almost three hours on a bus every day.
The parents of a two-year-old who died in a Jacksonville apartment complex have been given 10 days to move out after they failed to pay the rent.
Lonoke County farmers file a lawsuit against Turner Grain, saying they haven't been paid for grain delivered under contracts with the firm. And a former employee, speaks out about what he knew.
A local group is trying to help a mother after her daughter was shot in a drive by.
Hot Springs ORV Park (Off-Road-Vehicle Park) and other off-roading parks around the state make the billion dollar national activity one-of-a-kind in the Natural State.
A local man is left in disbelief after coming home to find $3,000 worth of rims and tires stolen. Thieves left his truck sitting on the jack and concrete blocks.
Family members of more than 2800 Arkansans with disabilities advocated Thursday for the legislature to approve a plan to end the waiting list for therapy services.
With the help of informants, detectives said they purchased more than 265 grams of steroid from Nathan Otwell while wearing a listening/recording device.
Coytrell Harris was arrested Thursday in the Otter Creek area by US Marshals. He faces multiple charges.
The Little Rock Parks and Recreation Department says security is increasing around the Vogel Schwartz Sculpture Garden in the Rivermarket after a recent theft.
Convicted felon and parolee Tyrone Hayes was arrested Wednesday for the incident that happened near Housing Authority at Coy and Locust streets.
Louise McKoy has been named the area’s outstanding Consumer of the Year by the Department of Human Services Division of Services for the Blind (DSB).
Brandon Hobdy, 23, and former SAU student Wayne Payton, 24, were killed Sunday morning when suspects opened fire outside the local VFW.
Uber car service has rolled into town. It's part of the company's expansion to 22 college cities across the country. To celebrate, Uber is offering up to five rides for free through September first.
King rail species of most interest to state wildlife officials.
Politifact takes a closer look at the race for U.S. Senate in the Natural State between Rep. Tom Cotton and incumbent Sen. Mark Pryor.
The minimum purse will be $18,000.
The Southwest Conference Hall of Fame induction ceremony will be held at the Wally Allen Ballroom of the Statehouse Convention Center in Little Rock on Monday, November 10.
Polling website Rasmussen Reports says its latest statewide telephone survey consisted of 750 Likely Arkansas Voters.
Juwon Cooper, 21, is charged with murder in the shooting death of Corey Renard Britt, 42.
The City of Branson is looking at new funding options for the "Spirit of 76" project, after MoDOT’s transportation tax was shot down by voters.
A survey done by Rasmussen Reports website finds that Democrat Mark Pryor holds a narrow lead over Republican Tom Cotton in the race for U.S. Senate.
The works of Fay Ku, Kathleen Robbins and Theresa Pfarr to be featured.
Deer are thriving in Arkansas. Strongest evidence is the number of deer checked by hunters the past two seasons: 213,487 in 2012-2013 and 213,199 in 2013-2014.
In the first trial, the only one of its kind in the United States, subjects will receive the medication lisdexamfetamine, known commercially as Vyvanse, during a one-week stay at a residential facility.
They're encouraged to apply for the Crisis Low-Income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP) program.
With more than 422,900 mallards harvested, Arkansas had the third highest waterfowl harvest and highest mallard harvest in the nation last season.
A letter from the Ritter Law Firm warns the arraignment is beyond the legal powers of the city and Maumelle Water Management.
He'll be in town on Saturday, Sept. 20 for a film screening, moderated discussion and open question period with attendees.