Magic Springs announces its highly anticipated summer concert lineup tonight.
The writings of former longtime U.S. and Arkansas Senator Dale Bumpers will be opened to researchers today.
Lawyers for a former UCA administrator on trial for commercial burglary hope a judge will declare him not guilty.
Central Arkansas voters rejected a millage increase that would've helped Pulaski Technical College and approved two other measures designed to assist a hospital and spur economic growth.
"It started from low self-esteem, low self-worth" said BJ Carpenter, 34. You'd never know looking at him now, but BJ Carpenter has a dark past.
Bryant schools superintendent is suspended for 30 days with pay.
An inmate yelling swear words let his feelings be known as we walked through his pod at the Lonoke County Jail. But even Sheriff John Staley admits the jail -- built just two and a half years ago -- should be in better shape.
The removal is taking place off of Colonel Glenn Road, next to King Head Start.
Shoffner was found guilty on all 14 counts.
Only a few have been in to vote at the Henderson United Methodist Church.
For now high school football will fill part of the gap.
The Unbridled Journey in Fayetteville works with individuals, couples and groups with needs ranging from team building to overcoming abuse.
It's going on from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Robinson Theater on River Market Avenue.
Report finds great disparities among school districts across the state.
Numbers continue to climb as thousands enroll.
State witness takes the stand in Jack Gillean trial.
Scott Bennett testifies before a legislative committee in Little Rock.
The 7th Annual Night on the Street raises money for the Union Rescue Mission.
Taylor McNeel is a freshman Agriculture Business major and Honors College student at Southern Arkansas University.
The cash value of the prize is $169.5M.
At issue are conditions like the ones that affected interstates 40 and 55 in northeast Arkansas last week.
The three acts will perform at the annual Memorial Day Weekend festival.
State lawmakers discuss teacher pay.
Incident happened shortly after 6 a.m. Tuesday in the Landmark area.
The 2.89-carat sparkler found at Crater of Diamonds State Park has been dubbed the "Jax Diamond."
The collection at the University of Arkansas's Mullins Library documents his 30-year political career.
Advertisers are increasingly looking to automotive navigation screens to sell products to consumers.
District held community meeting Monday night.
A "Spread the Word to End the Word" campaign is taking Arkansas by storm.
The prosecution finishes its case against the former State Treasurer facing federal extortion and bribery charges.
Barry Wayne Crow, 43, of Paragould pleaded guilty in Greene County Circuit Court.
We've been trying to get Faulkner County circuit judge Mike Maggio to speak with us since last week, but still haven't received a response. So Monday, we showed up at the courthouse to see if we could get some answers.
The program, called TNEP, started in 1999.
The Arkansas College Savings Plans have options for every budget.
As public schools file waivers to make up for lost days due to winter weather, one private school in Little Rock is utilizing a high-tech solution.
Employees at Saline Memorial Hospital wanted to honor Drew Melton's giving spirit by helping others.
Clothes and shoes, books and magazines needed most.
An ex-student is testifying that Jack Gillean gave him the master key to the school.
Proposal would convert the C-130 Air Force Reserve Unit to the 913th Airlift Group.
The campaign is focused on those who are least likely to buckle up.
Keith D. Rick, 24, was relieved of duty after being questioned in the investigation that got under way Sunday night.
Until an election can be held, the city clerk will serve as mayor.
He had retired in 2006 but still served the court on recall status.
Peco Foods to build a processing plant and hatchery just outside of Pocahontas’ city limits and a feed mill in Corning.
Board President Karen Shinn Bassett to succeed Lauren Strother as executive director.
The incident happened in late 2012 in Monroe County.
Jack Gillean faces up to 60 years behind bars. He's accused of allowing a student to steal tests from the offices of professors.
The family of Maxx Anderson held a vigil in his honor Sunday night outside the Garland County Courthouse.
66-year-old David Savage has Alzheimer's, and had been missing since Saturday afternoon, he was found Sunday unharmed.
Senator Mark Pryor said Sunday he doesn't have any second thoughts regarding his comments about his Republican opponent feeling "entitled" to the U.S. Senate seat both candidates are vying for this November.