A once injured eagle is released back into the wild at Lake Degray.
Sissy's Log Cabin in Little Rock has updated their security following a "Smash and Grab" attack on their store earlier in the week.
Hicks Cemetery was damaged by a fire.
Hunters from across the state attends this weekend 25th Annual Big Buck Classic.
Ralliers crowd the steps of the State Capitol for the 5th Annual Reproductive Justice event.
Barry Harmon disappeared from an area North of Monticello on January 6.
KARK's Ken Buffa reports live at Sissy's Log Cabin.
A mother and father say a Star City teacher smacked their child and another parent witnessed it.
Trucks are getting stuck at the St. Louis Street and Harrison intersection in Batesville. Drivers say they feel unsafe.
A mysterious phone call being made to folks in North Little Rock is giving hints of a push for a huge development project in the city. During a short survey people were asked if they would support a tax hike, in part, to fund new development.
It has been six months since Cabot mother Teresa Roach has heard from her son Steven.
Newly elected Attorney General Leslie Rutledge faced an ethics commission in connection to questions about campaign donations
A Jacksonville funeral director has been fined $10,000 and voluntarily surrendered his licenses after a state board discusses an inspector's review of a facility which noted a string of violations.
Cutter Morning Star Schools were on lock down after a manhunt for a suspect who fired shots at a deputy
Virus Infects Dogs At Jonesboro Animal Shelter
Faith Matters: Students Help Rebuild After Tornadoes
Hanes Brings Job To The River Valley
The Arkansas Ethics Comission is dismissing a complaint against Attorney General Leslie Rutledge following a meeting that was several hours long.
Cedarville Teacher Under Investigation
Settlement In Funeral Home Investigation
Manhunt Causes School Lockdown
The Sheriff's Office says a suspect rammed a patrol car this morning and shots were fired.
When the Atkins Red Devils and Danville Little Johns square off everyone expects fierce competition between the rivals. But last Friday, fans watching a girls high school basketball game in the Atkins gymnasium got a lot more than that.
A bald eagle is shot in the wing in Jefferson County this week.
Web Extra: Stanley Son Interview
The transition of the name and design will occur in late summer of this year.
We follow a grocery store owner on the first day of alcohol sales in Saline county.
A Garland County Judge ruled in favor of the Department of Human Services in seizing 7 children from a home.
Governor Hutchinson extends funding for the private option to 2016
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National School Choice Week
Multiple Buildings Destroyed In Forrest City
Kids Remain In DHS Custody
Private Option Funded Through 2016
He has asked the Arkansas Legislature to fund the private option through Dec. 31, 2016.
Two bills filed in the legislature would unlink the state's official recognition of Robert E. Lee's birthday, celebrated on the same day as Martin Luther King Day.
Two men escape from Jefferson County Jail. According to officials the men were not correctly secured with handcuffs to prevent their escape.
It happened at the Sissy's Log Cabin in Little Rock's Heights neighborhood.
Members of the LRSD School Board sent a letter to the State Board of Education outlining the steps being taken to improve failing schools.
Former Razorback football student-athlete and member of Arkansas’ 1964 national championship football team, Jerry Jones and his wife, Gene, have made a gift of $10.65 million to Razorback Athletics.
Superbowl Champion and former Seattle Seahawk Clinton McDonald came back to the natural state to talk to students at Daisy Bates Elementary School about character building
The Root Cafe was the recipient of the Mission Main Street Grant from Chase Bank.
The Stanley's attorney says the complaints by law enforcement to take the children were aimed at a life style rather than factual allegations that an emergency exists and the children have been abused and harmed.
An Arkansas-based food giant settles with Missouri after a plant released chemicals that resulted in a deadly fish kill
A bill introduced at the state capitol wants to separate Robert E. Lee Day and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr day.