Three days before early voting begins, the 42nd president implored Arkansans to vote for statewide Democrats. Joining him on stage were Senator Mark Pryor, Governor candidate Mike Ross, and 4th District congressional candidate James Lee Witt.
All across Little Rock, hotels are full as the Razorbacks get set to take on the Georgia Bulldogs at War Memorial Stadium.
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A train collision derails two trains injuring over a dozen people and spilling 300 gallons of diesel fuel.
Legislators discussed this morning how to prevent Ebola in the natural state.
A shootout between a suspect and law enforcement in Searcy County leaves two people with injuries.
Incident happened during a "house party" in Hopkinsville. Officer calls case "one of the worst I've seen."
A Cabot Teachers Aide allegedly had inappropriate contact with a female student.
A Hot Springs missionary group makes frequent trips to Africa, but as several countries deal with an outbreak of the Ebola virus, there are concerns at home that Arkansans could bring the contagious virus back home.
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According to emergency crews, there may be at least a dozen people injured. Medical workers are on the scene, as are officials with the Arkansas Missouri Railroad.
Two caregivers for the first US Ebola patient have contracted the virus themselves. That has Arkansas nurses concerned about the plan in place in the event Ebola is diagnosed here.
A candidate for statewide office has filed a lawsuit against former employees who made damning allegations during a previous legal dispute.
The Arkansas Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that the state's new law requiring photo ID to vote does not meet constitutional requirements.
Classes are held on Tuesday and Thursday from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. The next ACT test is in December.
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Samuel Lee Conway and another suspect shot a family of 5 inside of their mobile home in 2009.
An EF-2 tore through the family's neighborhood earlier this week.
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When David Brooker entered Rhodes Field House on the Harding University campus for the annual Midnight Madness Oct. 14, he had no idea he would be walking out with a half-tuition discount for the spring 2015 semester.
RPA Chairman Doyle Webb announced in a press conference this morning that he was filing a lawsuit against Nate Steel for Illegal Exaction.
Following their first U.S. Senate debate, Mark Pryor and Tom Cotton were back on stage Tuesday night at the University of Arkansas.
This story made national headlines and left many asking questions, including us. As a news organization it is our job to find the answers, so KARK's Shannon Miller contacted Arron Lewis and he agreed to an interview.
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