People are nicknaming the criminal the "Gentlemen Robber" after what he said to employees during a hold up.
Crews will be repairing the southbound shoulder within a 5-mile construction area between Highways 157 and 167.
Cleashindra Hall, 18, was last seen leaving her place of employment at 5309 Faucett Road.
The event at the Little Rock center also features an annual baking competition.
Crews will be installing a precast barrier wall along eastbound and westbound inside lanes on Interstate 40 between Highway 365 at the Morgan/Maumelle exit to Interstate 430 in North Little Rock.
It's a big night for high school football across the state. The playoffs are in full swing, and excitement is in the air. But numbers show a surprising decline in football participation.
It's all part of the American College Application Campaign, giving students the tools to further their education.
Thursday, was a bitter sweet day for gay marriage supporters. Their cause was taken up by the state Supreme Court and a federal judge but the day prior a long-time activist lost his battle with cancer.
Panelists will include a geologist, an Earth Sciences professor and a project manager with a firm that specializes in environmental site assessment/geotechnical evaluation.
Here in Arkansas community organizations are coming together to announce their support for President Obama's executive action to fix what he called a broken immigration system.
The Republican-led House Select Committee on Intelligence on Friday released its report on the deadly 2012 attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, and it found that the military and the Central Intelligence Agency responded appropriately during the attacks.
The home of Glenda Stilwell, 62, caught fire early Friday morning near McAlmont.
School officials say students involved in a fight off campus brought it onto campus Friday afternoon.
An anonymous tip from a KARK viewer leads to an investigation at the Little Rock Public Works department, involving potential wasted tax dollars.
A milestone for a local Jewish synagogue. Congregation Agudath Achim just completed the handwritten Torah.
More than ten cellphones have been stolen from students on the campus of The University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
The company is a world leader in nanotechnology, using atomic and subatomic particles to create products including lubricants that reduce friction to nearly zero.
E-cig users won't be able to "vape" inside Pope County buildings, following a change to the smoking policy.
This marks the 8th year Arkansas Tech students have partnered with the Salvation Army to help provide meals.
Teams of EAST and Noble Impact students compete in Little Rock to pitch their ideas to address education obstacles and offer improvements.
Sean Sporer, 25, is charged with Aggravated Assault on a Family or Household Member, Domestic Battery 3rd Degree, and Terroristic Threatening.
On Friday, officers from the sheriff's office, probation and parole agencies arrived at the home of Jerry Bohannon, 55, for a home visit.
A passerby spotted the fire at 13138 Butler Road around 9 a.m.
All donations will go directly to the Beebe Angel Tree Program to assist local children in need this holiday season.
The special primary election for the Democratic and Republican parties will be held on Tuesday, January 13. If needed, a special primary runoff will occur on Tuesday, February 10.
The Sheriff's Office has received multiple reports of a person calling to solicit monies in the name of Johnson County Law Enforcement for a "Shop With A Cop" program.
Nov. 14 incident happened inside Tobacco Row on East 4th Street.
The Red Cross says blood and platelet donations typically go down during the winter months because of holiday activities and travel, but the blood supply need remains constant.
The Division of Student Affairs launched a social media campaign, #KeepItClassyArkansas, Friday morning but it was quickly met with anger and criticism on social media.
Newton currently teaches math for grades seven through twelve at the high school. During her 34-year career, she has taught math, Algebra I and II, sixth-grade science, pre-algebra, geometry, pre-calculus, calculus, trigonometry, transition to college math, physics, and Algebra A & B.
You can learn more about the process at the Ar. Department of Education's Becoming an Arkansas Teacher event, from 9 a.m. to noon Nov. 22 in Little Rock.
The Conway Symphony Orchestra returns with the must-attend holiday spectacular, Tinsel and Tutus, Saturday, Dec. 6, 7:30 p.m. at Reynolds Performance Hall in Conway.
Gary Kyle, 53, faces charges that include terroristic threatening and false imprisonment.
The Little Rock Compassion Center needs turkeys and other food items for its holiday meal and food boxes.
The rate was 6.2 percent in September.
Since extensive highway improvements are underway, drivers will likely face work zones and possible delays due to increased traffic volume.
The White House says America’s immigration system is broken and the president is taking executive action to fix what he can to help build a system that lives up to our heritage as a nation of laws and a nation of immigrants.
Around 50% of people working in Little Rock are living somewhere else.
A mother says someone is vandalizing a cross her family put up after the murder of her son in North Little Rock.
Police say thieves hit Chrome City Custom Wheels on Asher Avenue with a van and damaged the front entrance, taking nearly $15,000 worth of merchandise.
The gift is in honor of the college’s inaugural dean, Thomas A. Bruce, M.D., and his late wife, Dolores.
The system averages 120,000 riders annually.
Justices with the Arkansas Supreme Court heard arguments Thursday on whether to uphold the state's ban on same-sex marriage.
A Cleburne County woman's kill turns out to be a real gender bender.
It was a special day for residents of a central Arkansas nursing home.
Police say Olivia Marie Moreland, 85, of Heber Springs has dementia and was last known to be at 308 North 15th Street.
Witnesses to the accident say it looked like he could have been cut in half while pinned between the truck and an inside wall.
What they thought was a 9 point buck, turned out to be a doe. Terry Byrd's full interview about his mother's kill.
It's a concept that isn't an old one, do it yourself or make it at home but one local t-shirt company is taking that to the next level mass producing product for a central home.
Tavin, of Alexander, has been busy helping people in need. Now he needs votes to win a national kindness contest.