The money will be used to remove April 2014 tornado debris from streams to prevent future flooding.
The Arkansas Game & Fish Commission plans to start removing the debris as soon as weather permits.
As we near six months since the devastating tornado in Faulkner County, one of the hardest hit neighborhoods is showing new signs of life.
Authorities say Lendell Boydston, 50, was clearing the site where his RV business had been destroyed in April.
Dumpsters placed in the area will be removed by September 1.
El Paso church comes together to raise money for a new mobile home to give to a family.
Finding out where the donations and government funds went that poured in after the killer storm.
Could more have been done to prevent the immense amount of damage and loss of life from the April 27 tornado.
A special event was held Sunday for the women of Vilonia and Mayflower who lost everything in the April 27 tornado.
Razorback athletes come to town as part of the festivities.
Last chance to apply for Disaster Recovery Assistance.
DVD also available with proceeds going to the United Way of Central Arkansas's Recovery and Rebuilding fund for Faulkner County.
Watch this one-hour special presentation on the EF4 tornado that tore through portions of Central Arkansas.
A group out of Vilonia who was affected by the April 27 tornado is paying it forward to people who survived tornadoes in Nebraska this week.
April's tornado left its mark on Lake Conway with damaged docks and trees down to stumps.
"Through Our Eyes" premieres at Mayflower High School at 6 p.m. on June 14, airs on KARK June 19 at 7 p.m.
Hours at Mayflower and Vilonia centers are 9-6 weekdays and 9-2.
Includes data for Faulkner, Pulaski, White and Randolph counties.
Questions have been raised about burning debris on Arkansas Game and Fish Commission property surrounding the lake.
It was an emotional ceremony in Conway Wednesday night, to honor a Vilonia couple, the Smiths, who's been through so much this past month. Not only losing their home, but also their two children in the April 27 tornado.
Residents of Faulkner County have until June 2 to apply. Residents of Pulaski, Randolph and White counties must apply by June 5.
Team Rubicon renames its operating base in honor of Smith family.
One month ago Tuesday, lives were lost, homes were destroyed and business owners were left wondering if they'd be able to rebuild. An EF 4 tornado left a path of destruction in its wake. Clean up efforts continue and many are looking forward. But that leaves some question marks for some on whether they'll be able to survive the financial fallout from the storm.
The Governor's Office is releasing money from an emergency fund and general improvement fund for the task.
The sound of machinery is something Kathy Perry has gotten used to since the tornado destroyed her Mayflower home. But the sounds she is hearing Thursday are those of rebuilding.
After the Monday holiday, the centers will continue to be open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday–Saturday.
Victims in both Vilonia and Mayflower have a new location to take debris.
Team Rubicon in Faulkner County has a big need for more tornado relief help.
Surveillance cameras at the Lumber 1 in Mayflower withstood the storm and were able to catch some footage of the the tornado.
Josey White installed 48 security cameras inside and outside of Lumber One Home Center but he never expected to capture this.
DUA claims must be filed by June 2 for those affected by the severe storms, tornadoes and flooding that began in Faulkner County on April 27.
Measure would cut red tape for survivors of Arkansas tornadoes.
Two other FEMA centers will remain open in Mayflower and Vilonia.
Kevin Panell like any other volunteer is working hard to help the tornado relief efforts, but for Kevin it's not as easy as it looks.
It will feed tornado relief workers and victims on May 22 & 23.
The deadline to register for individual assistance is June 30.
A man with degrees in both structural engineering and meteorology gives his opinion.
April 27th's tornado damaged a ballpark in Faulkner County and now the community is working to put it back together again.
The Vilonia community is coming together at Beryl Baptist Church this evening for a moment of encouragement after the storms.
Entergy crews are still hard at work following the April tornadoes that came ripping through Arkansas.
FEMA programs available to help tornado victims find new homes, replace lost personal property.
Tanner's One Stop in Center Hill has received over 50 pictures that people have found after last month's tornado.
Power is back on to customers able to receive it but numerous transmission and distribution facilities still need repair.
First letter may not be the last word from the agency.
First, the family lost everything when the tornado hit their White County home a couple of weeks ago. Then over the weekend, that same family lost their only son in a motorcyle crash near Beebe.
Qualifying residents must apply by May 18 at one of three locations in Conway, Mayflower and Vilonia.
Residents claim the main landfill closed shop early last Saturday which halted clean up efforts.
A campaign for Sheriff is being criticized after accusations the candidate tried to hold a meet and greet under the disguise of a fundraiser for tornado victims in Vilonia.
Pastor Chris Kinzeler and his congregation took everything into their own hands after the tornado struck West Pulaski.
Governor Beebe has issued State declarations for Clay, Cleburne, Fulton, Independence, Izard, Jackson, Lawrence Randolph, Sharp and White Counties.