The Arkansas Museum of Natural Resources in Smackover (Union County), is hosting its 9th annual ‘Holiday Light Extravaganza.’
Season 7 winner has strong family ties to Arkansas.
In the last month, the average for a gallon of unleaded has dropped about 40 cents in Arkansas.
Deputies say Brent Allen Reeves, 44, failed to appear in Circuit Court.
The state's civilian labor force gained 8,100, a result of 10,300 more employed and 2,200 fewer unemployed Arkansans.
The Jacksonville base is one of the first bases to try out the new e-book reader. The custom made readers come pre-loaded with 200 books and are specially made for military use.
Layaway bills for more than 130 customers at a Central Arkansas Walmart were anonymously paid off this week.
The new doughnut shop opened on Dave Ward Dr.
A highly regulated federal program has groups that don't meet basic requirements receiving thousands in taxpayer dollars.
Students get free bikes for the holiday season and to help them maintain a healthy lifestyle.
The shooting happened around 3:30 Thursday afternoon outside the Valero gas station.
The Arkansas rice industry preparing for what could be a big boost in international sales.
The Conway Police Department needs help identifying a man believed to have robbed the Target Pharmacy on Elsinger Blvd.
County officials said there is a good chance Crittenden Regional Hospital will reopen in the future.
For two years, accountant Adam Hogg put his cards on the table and became quite the part-time game developer.
The Arkansas Razorbacks resume rivalry with the University of Texas Longhorns in Dec. 29 Houston game.
An alert citizen who had seen the Amber Alert spotted the suspect vehicle and called 9-1-1.
However, many locations will close early and collection box mail may be collected earlier.
Gladys King, 34, of England; Tonique Hatton, 37 of North Little Rock; and Jacqueline Mills, 39 of Helena named in a 76-count Indictment.
The program provides them with a tote filled with snacks designed to last through the week. Student-athletes return the reusable totes the following week, picking up their next snack bag.
Frenchelle Chapple, 62, of Little Rock also ordered to pay $92,606 in restitution and fined $277,820.
James Hesterly pleaded guilty to bribery this summer.
Quick-acting employees secure doors at Bank of the Ozarks on Rodney Parham Rd. before man in mask can get inside.
Eligible donors urged to give blood or platelets.
The road will be closed 24 hours per day beginning Saturday, Dec. 20 at 8 a.m. and ending Monday, Dec. 22 at 5 p.m.
Patrick Crawford, the morning meteorologist with KCEN-TV in Waco, suffered multiple gunshot wounds in Wednesday morning incident.
The double murder-suicide investigation began after the bodies were found Wednesday night inside an apartment they all shared on Breckenridge Drive. All had been shot.
It's been more than five decades since the US imposed its embargo against Cuba. On Wednesday, President Obama announced it's time for a new approach.
Some of Arkansas' more rural and less affluent areas don't have enough high-speed broadband connectivity. Lawmakers say there are cost-effective options to get everyone up to speed.
Dale Hurley was hard at work Wednesday afternoon at his shop in southwest Little Rock. Hurley will fix just about anything but has an affinity for muscle.
North Little Rock School District said that a child at Lakewood Middle School had whooping cough.
A woman was happy police arrested people they believe were connected to her brother's 2009 murder was also upset that it took so long for police to find hard leads.
The Old Filling Station turned police substation this week, getting fresh paint, new doors, and new windows.
Bryant Police say Brayden Bohac died at ACH after he was found unresponsive.
The founder of a North Little Rock based after school group says the organization needs the public's help to fill Christmas gift requests for ten families.
It includes hundreds of black dolls from antique to modern, American-made and foreign, representing African Americans plus the black populations of Europe, the Americas and Africa itself.
Volunteers go the extra mile to make sure families in need get help to provide gifts for their children.
Shane Broadway will serve the university as its Vice President for Governmental Relations.
The Governor-elect names Brigadier General Mark H. Berry to the post.
Three members of the Arkansas congressional delegation send joint letter.
Sharika Nelvis, the 2014 NCAA Division I outdoor national 100-meter hurdles champion and indoor national 60-meter hurdles champion, is the first student-athlete from the Sun Belt Conference to make the trophy finals.
Student scores make great strides on Arkansas Benchmark and End-of-Course Exams.
The incoming governor has also announced an agency director he wants to remain in the position.
Robin Crisp wins a Christmas sweater, excitedly chats with host Jimmy Fallon.
One tip: If you buy a child a riding toy for Christmas, be sure you get a helmet too.
Craig Wayne Boyd is the Season 7 winner.
Crews hope to have it open Wednesday morning, but if there is a delay, it will be Wednesday night.
More than 100 people marched Tuesday night in remembrance of a local musician who was killed last week.
A family receives notice a missing soldier's remains have been recovered.
A state report outlines more than $100,000 of improper expenses and questionable purchases made by a University employee.