The building at 201 Market St. will house several traditional classrooms, seminar rooms, a computer lab, and office space for the director and faculty.
The 44,500-square-foot Amazeum family discovery center and museum is the first of its kind in Northwest Arkansas.
The Ouachita Streambed Salamander is only two-and-a-half inches long.
According to a recent report the average student will have amassed $29,000 in student loans before leaving college.
Warning comes day after bomb threat at Bryant Middle School.
Darann Bright Harrison, 57, and her daughter, Tamecia Dion Bright, 34, both of Little Rock, operate a LR based day treatment center.
Arkansan finds 6.19-carat white diamond on Tuesday at Arkansas's Crater of Diamonds State Park. He named his clear, Marquise-shape Gem the "Limitless Diamond".
The suspect first arrested for battery in the case is now charged with murder.
Ronald Kile Hartsell, 27, of Newport walked away from work detail at the Walnut Ridge St. Department.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Arkansas and Arkansas Public Law Center today filed a lawsuit challenging the state's voter ID law.
When completed, it will stretch from the Louisiana border north to the Missouri border.
Players will soon find them at retailers across the state.
Officials say the animal was picked up along Highway 7.
Officials immediately shutdown the structure for an inspection and reopened it less than two hours later.
Debbie Bush, 56, was found dead inside her Tatum St. home Tuesday morning.
Colonel Conrad Reynolds shares how he is preparing for the race for 2nd Congressional District seat.
After renovations, repairs and reorganization, the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum will celebrate its grand reopening on Saturday, April 19. New artifacts on display; Beatles and barbecue event to be held Saturday afternoon.
Over the last 20 years, KARK has had one on-air constant: anchor Bob Clausen.
Democratic candidate Lynette "Doc" Bryant says she's been repeatedly snubbed in her bid for her party's nomination.
A two-car wreck has police working to clear up Asher by Kaufman Lumber in Little Rock Tuesday night.
Leaders say a solution must be found soon.
Though the day of our anniversary may have passed, the celebration of our 60th continues until a big birthday bash on June 6 at Dickey-Stephens Park in North Little Rock with the Arkansas Travelers.
The woman found dead in her home Tuesday morning worked for Wilson Elementary. The LRSD Superintendent released a statement Tuesday night regarding the shocking and sad information.
The Respect for Life Campaign is asking hundreds of clergy to help in its fight against violence in the city. Pastors are calling on other pastors to make a difference in Pine Bluff this week.
You may be aware of the big trial going on right now in South Africa. Oscar Pistorius -- a double amputee who rose to international fame competing in the 2012 summer Olympics -- is accused of murdering his model-girlfriend last year.
A North Little Rock man whose son received treatment at the hospital decided he wanted to help by bringing gifts to the young patients.
The second annual event brought out hundreds to the Clinton Presidential Center in LR.
In Boston, thousands paid tribute to the victims of the blasts.
The feral cats, making their presence known in the Fair Park Neighborhood District, can be combative.
A legislative oversight committee passed a motion of "non support" Tuesday for monitor style lottery games, ahead of a plan to approve the games by the Arkansas Lottery Committee tomorrow.
Crittenden County Crimestoppers will pay up to $2,000 for information that leads to an arrest.
Snippets from the career of KARK's best-known newsman.
An arrest warrant has been issued for Dr. Paul Becton Jr, 68 who is accused of taking photographs of a patient during an examination without their knowledge.
Station personalities past and present share their stories.
Three students from Dardanelle High School won the top prize.
Chicot Elementary School was on lockdown Tuesday morning while police took the man into custody from a nearby home.
Co-worker finds friend's body inside a Tatum St. home Tuesday morning.
Police say a bomb threat was written on a bathroom stall door but no device was ever there. A student has been charged with communicating a false alarm.
Four former personalities who brought viewers the forecasts over the years share stories.
We've all had milestone years in our life over the last six decades KARK has been on the air.
The 26th annual service will be held at First Security Amphitheater in Little Rock.
Police say Jordan Carey Cotner, 20, cashed several checks after stealing them from a relative.
Restaurant chains across the country are giving things away to give taxpayers a break.
Curtis is a conservative Republican businessman. Founding President and CEO of Safe Foods Corporation, with headquarters in North Little Rock, AR until fall of 2009 when he retired from the Company to give his time and attention to state and national policy. He is currently running for the seat of Arkansas Governor.
KARK will celebrate its 60th anniversary today by giving away goodies on social media.
Station's history stretches even further back to its beginnings in radio.
The school board accepts its president's resignation and announces support for the superintendent amid controversy over "bullying" allegations.
An elevator inspection will be performed this week at Heritage House Apartments.
The Little Rock Chief of Police was in court Monday (4/14) facing a lawsuit from a former officer that made more money than him because of overtime.
Project is called "Greek Village".