Saline County Officers are improving law enforcement to prevent underage drinking.
Dr. Devon Ballard says his divine intervention helped save the lives of his wife and two children.
A Dardanelle woman's dogs have been returned by city officials but the reunion is bittersweet.
Saint Mark Baptist Church broke ground for it's children and youth community center.
A Pope County entrepreneur is reeling after all of his equipment was stolen.
Toad Suck Daze bringing thousands to Conway boosting business for store owners.
KARK's Ken Buffa reports live from Gusano's Pizza in downtown Little Rock where revenue is expected to increase.
A central Arkansas woman books a trip to Baltimore hoping to help make a change after seeing what she says is public outcry for police accountability.
Shoffner's pre-sentencing recommendation was released Friday afternoon.
The post is being called a joke, but the phrase "harass and collect" did not sit well with one Faulkner County woman.
A viewer video shows a rat coming out from underneath a work and food preparation area inside the Waffle House on Rebsamen Park road just off Cantrell in Little Rock.
A woman snaps video of a rat at a Little Rock Waffle House. KARK 4's Josh Berry investigates.
According to police a child in Cabot was hit by a car early this morning.
Fordyce police are looking for a woman wanted for breaking and entering as well as using stolen checks to buy Walmart Gift cards
Little Rock Police have confirmed a shooting in the Frontage and Stanton area just off of Interstate 30.
A panel of lawmakers, advocates and agency heads is focusing on behavioral health services instead of longer sentences as an answer to keep prison recidivism rates down in the Natural State.
Friday night, a group of professional dancers beginning a series of performances; the group is putting on free shows as a part of a ministry.
Construction underway Friday morning at Pulaski Technical College's South Campus as a part of an automotive competition.
An upcoming vote to send more money the school's way is making headlines in Grant County.
The attorney general has turned down language of a ballot question aimed at legalizing medical marijuana.
Crews will stripe and open the I-630 westbound lanes on the new Shackleford Road overpass. The work will require closing the inside lane of Interstate 630. The closure will extend from the Barrow Road exit to Shackleford Road.
Charles Black was arrested after a standoff with authorities that lasted several hours.
Faulkner County Sheriff's Office is cracking down on drugs, issuing more search warrants than usual.
The Little Rock Police Department is meeting with people in the community. The discussion is crime happening in the neighborhood.
Deputies and Officers will be learning the ropes of new laws passed this year in the legislative session.
The Travs GM died on Sunday.
Only In Arkansas: Bill Valentine
The owner of a little rock business is working to raise money to help her partners in an earthquake devastated country. Julie West made her first trip to Nepal as a graduate student at the Clinton School of Public Service.
Sending help to Nepal.
Uber vs. Yellow Cab
Sherwood officials are working to prepare a new site for the market, since the old one got too hot and spoiled fruits and vegetables too soon.
The wheels on a DHS car were stolen, and the car was put up on cinderblocks. LRPD are looking into is.
We poll people in Little Rock about which they prefer: Uber or Yellow Cab?
The battle over who gets to carry you from place to place is heating up in the Capitol City.
Governor Hutchinson among the small crowd that gathered for the Ben E. Keith food distribution facility.
The Little Rock Police Department says officers were called to UAMS around 9:20 p.m. Wednesday, where the victim had gone for treatment of a wound to his ankle.
The 6-year-old boy was seriously injured in the 2014 accident.
This was a story we first brought you in October of last year. Now, the driver's being charged for this crash that seriously injured a six-year-old boy.
Judge Changes Mind, Church Attendance Not Allowed for Jermain Taylor. Taylor has been undergoing substance abuse treatment since being released from jail in early March. He has two upcoming trials after arrests in Aug. 2014 and January of this year.
The family of a 24-year-old man killed during a crane collapse at Arkansas Nuclear One continues the legal fight they began just a few months after his death.
A Russellville family fights for the safety of others, after their son dies in a accident at the nuclear power plant.
Mother Warns About Thieves
Remembering Bill Valentine
Shooting Victim's Family Speaks Out
It happened off of I-40 just after 12:45 Thursday afternoon.