A routine bridge inspection will require lane closures on Interstate 30 in Little Rock.
One man making Arkansas history today by simply getting his driver's license.
Court records from 2003 reveal the sex offender posing as a pastor is following the same pattern of his original offense a decade ago. State law seems to leave a loophole to exploit.
Daniel Horton went missing on June 30.
They say it seemed like he knew what he was doing as he set out to steal a car he's not even old enough to drive.
We caught up with a mother a day before the Arkansas Tax Free Weekend to see how she's planning to save money on back to school items.
Today one group wanted to thank Russellville resident 93-year-old John Blackard for his service.
Democrat running for 2nd District congressional seat reveals "5 First Steps To Cut Washington’s Wasteful Spending."
A landfill that was used and owned by 6 Arkansas counties is now closed but some are worried that hundreds of waste buckets are a potential threat.
Police were called to the Chapel Ridge Apartments on 2nd St. Friday afternoon.
Incident happened early Thursday morning at Welch Nissan on S. Olive Street.
Leads in missing person case are all dead ends.
Lacey Moore, 44, tells court she set the May 16 fire that destroyed the North Building, resulting in the evacuation of more than 300 residents.
Police are looking for Kyle McTigue, 21, of Cushman and Michael Bryant, 28, of Batesville who were working at the Independence County Recycling Center when they walked away Friday afternoon.
Ouachita debuted two weeks ago on Forbes’ national leaderboard. The social media campaign involved students, faculty and alumni of universities throughout the nation posting on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Vine about what makes their university special.
The more typical 100-degree days stayed away nearly all month long.
Completion is expected by spring 2015, shortly after completion of the Homewood Suites hotel under construction on the northern half of the same city block.
Just as it would start to feel unbearable during the month, a cold front arrived from the north with relief.
County leaders have until Aug. 25 to meet state standards or the facility could be shutdown.
Holiday runs from Saturday, Aug. 2 at 12:01 a.m. to Sunday, Aug. 3 at 11:59 p.m.
After 8 years with KARK, he steps away from the news desk on Aug. 29 to begin new job in Christian ministry.
Little Rock Marathon race officials announced that registration will open at 10 a.m. on Aug. 1.
She's had a screw placed in her knee, and surgery on her broken femur and her broken, dislocated hip.
Our Community, Our Dollars received enough signatures to place the wet/dry vote on the ballot in Saline County, but not in Craighead and Faulkner County.
The city of Conway is working on revitalizing Markham St., in the downtown area.
The victim says she let the three black males come into her home, thinking they were friends of her grandson.
The new collection of multi-platform digital products was designed by SportsLabs, as part of the first comprehensive partnership of its kind between the technology leader and an intercollegiate athletics program.
Following a story KARK first reported Wednesday night, a sex offender posing as a pastor is behind bars after parole officials say they found sexual pictures in a home search.
Matthew Tinkle, former owner of Tink’s Tumblers in Heber Springs, pleaded guilty to Count One of the Indictment which charged receipt of child pornography.
Oaklawn has planned the richest stakes schedule in track history for 2015-nearly $7 million.
Some kids living with special needs here in the Natural State are taking off the training wheels with a little help from the national "I Can Shine" program.
Among 14-19-year-olds, crash rates dropped 23.6 percent and the rate of fatal crashes dropped by 57.5 percent.
Some North Little Rock residents are disgusted with a trail of trash they say is coming from a recycling center next door.
Malcolm London is a guest teacher at eStem as part of its Noble Impact Program.
Congregation and community members are concerned they don't know the man behind the pulpit in a Little Rock church.
The cost of college tuition is, once again, back in the headlines here in the Natural State, and, if you're a student, it's not good news.
A member of the Arkansas Parole Board said Thursday the state should consider using out of state, for profit, prisons as a more cost effective form of addressing the need for additional prison beds.
Ward residents woke up Wednesday morning to flyers in their yards.
Jonathan Corter, 29, of Fox poured gasoline onto a woman and ignited it with a cigarette lighter.
Police say although this case appears to have been non-criminal in nature, it still serves as a reminder to always be aware of your surroundings and to speak with your children about dealing with strangers.
Thurman played for the Razorbacks from 1993-95 helping lead Arkansas to a pair of Final Fours, including the 1994 NCAA Championship and an NCAA Runner-up Finish in 1995.
According to the Bryant police, a 74-year-old woman said that on Wednesday afternoon, three men forced their way inside her home.
A local gun collector owns a one of a kind weapon he claims once belonged to Adolf Hitler, and he's looking to sell.
Criminal Investigator Randy Jackson has been on paid leave following a shooting at Swann's nightclub on July 5th.
The excitement surrounding head coach Jimmy Dykes and the 2014-15 University of Arkansas women’s basketball season is building every day in Northwest Arkansas.
Dereck Johnson, 41, taken into custody after Wednesday afternoon ordeal on Camp Robinson Road.
First year Red Wolves head coach Blake Anderson talks about the approaching football season at his press conference at the team's media day.
Chief Kenton Buckner will be discussing Little Rock's future in each of the city's seven wards next month.
The state's First District Rep. Rick Crawford says "I don’t feel it is a responsible approach."
Brothers Mohammed Kazam Martinez and Homar Martinez are sons of Idalia Ramos Rangel, a known close associate of high-ranking members of the "Gulf Cartel."