The Benton Police Department taking advantage of the winter weather to catch up on finding those with warrants.
Hazardous conditions can actually come in handy for some law enforcement agencies.
Crews continue to work on clearing side roads and problem areas.
Two bills have been filed to make rehoming illegal in the state.
This evening, State Representative Justin Harris addressed the "rehoming" story involving young children brought into then placed out of his home.
State Rep. Justin Harris and his wife held a press conference Friday, blaming the Arkansas Department of Human Services for what he calls hostility and threats when he asked for help with his three adopted children.
The forecasting service called Iteris can even predict temperatures on bridge decks and recommend the best time to lay salt or bring out the plows
Police say westbound traffic from I-630 onto I-430 is blocked by a multi-vehicle wreck.
A bill allowing advertisements on the side of school buses gets a passing grade from a house committee.
State Rep. Justin Harris runs from our cameras and speaks briefly after being questioned about "rehoming" two children he adopted.
124 Arkansas National Guardsmen were called to state active duty to assist the Arkansas State Police in patrolling endless miles of hazardous roadway.
Roots in the Natural State run deep for this up-and-coming country music performer.
Batesville Winter Weather Coverage
Interstate 630 Road Conditions
Little Rock Road Conditions
Ken Buffa braves the roads.
Friend build a snowman in central Arkansas.
A live update Thursday afternoon from the scene.
KARK 4 News team reports weather conditions across the state.
Recap of our crew reports from Little Rock, Batesville and Monticello.
Winter weather. Beyween MLK exit and Chester street exit east bound.
Re-homing Bill Considerations
Saline County and Rogers Coverage
Kark 4 5pm 03-04-15
Winter Weather Coverage
The 26-year-old is from Little Rock but lives in New York City. He made Team Xtina in Monday night's blind auditions.
.223 caliber rounds of ammo are often used in AR-15 rifles. A federal agency says they are too dangerous because they can pierce a police officer's protective vest.
The building on Commerce Street was once a business and home, but is now falling apart.
A Little Rock man says he shot a burglar breaking into his neighbor's home.
An investigation by Arkansas Times looks into an adoption by State Rep. Justin Harris through the state Department of Human Services. Six months after the Harris's adopted the young girl, she ended up in the care of a man who is in jail for rape.
When snow and ice cover the road the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department scrape the roads, and some lines on the interstate that aren't painted on end up coming off.
A Missouri concept is making waves in Little Rock hoping to build business and communities by serving coffee.
Businesses support LGBT community.
Supporters said two bills being considered were about women's health, but opponents argued they're an attack on abortion rights.
Boxer Jermain Taylor was released from jail today, but must wear a monitoring device on his ankle.
Searcy Police Chief Jeremy Clark resigns hours after ATF executives a search warrant on his home.
Several officers and employees were recognized this afternoon for their service in the community.
Early voting started today for a millage increase in the Bryant School District.
Two bills were passed Tuesday afternoon honoring slain Realtor Beverly Carter's memory and promoting Realtor safety.
A bill urging the president and congress, including Arkansas' delegation to restore trade relations with Cuba passes the state house.
Boxer Jermain Taylor released from Jail Tuesday as an inmate.
The Searcy police chief has resigned. He is under investigation by alcohol, tobacco, and firearms.
A dog that had been hit by a car gets special recovery care from some true animal lovers.
Some students may be moved around before the new Jacksonville High School is built in the next few years.
A dog hit by a car and left to die has made a remarkable comeback thanks to the help of the Faulkner County Humane Society.