Last year KARK4 and the Landers family was excited to announce the first Landers Miracle Makers recipient. The concept simple, nominate some who is dealing with far more than their fare share-who may need a some help.
We surprise the miracle maker winner!
Frederick Hatley, the former Executive Director of the Arkadelphia Housing Authority, plead down to sexual assault from rape charges
A Benton county family says a special tracking device help put them more at ease with keeping track of loved one.
Multiple groups come to help search for Malik Drummond
The mother of Malik Drummond tells us about her fears for her missing son.
Service stations are seeing a boost in business around the Thanksgiving holiday.
National Giving Tuesday is next week.
KARK and the Steve Landers family teaming up to award this year's Miracle Maker Recipient.
It's been nearly twenty four hours since search efforts started for a missing toddler.
The missing 2-year-old's grandmother says she fears the toddler was kidnapped.
Neighbors, volunteers, and authorities continued the search for 2-year-old Malik Drummond Monday.
John Clifton says he was out of town when he heard his 2-year-old nephew Malik Drummond had gone missing from his Searcy home.
Former governor Jim Guy Tucker gives an in-depth look at his time leading the state.
Hot Springs Woman starts a toy drive to help needy families across the state
Debi Watson started the Stuff the Stockings Drive through Facebook to help kids receive gifts for Christmas that are in need.
A car crashes into the Baseline Church of Christ after falling
Reporter, Ken Buffa reports live from Searcy where the 2 year old boy has been missing since 5:45 on Sunday.
Churches and businesses in Sherwood are helping the local animal shelter collect pet supplies and food for those in need.
Kenneth Barnett is wanted for failure to register and comply with reporting requirements
Cheryl Eason was murdered outside of her apartment on November 26, 2002
A Little Rock homeless center asking for donations and reaching into their own pockets to make sure they can provide a thanksgiving meal for thousands.
Dozens are getting into the spirit of giving at the Carti Tux n Trees fundraiser.
A run down house left behind for two Pulaski County siblings gets rebuilt with help from volunteers.
An 18 wheeler traveling on I-30 struck a car with six college students. Three were pronounced dead on site and the other three suffer injuries.
Hunters from all over the country come to Arkansas to kick off duck hunting season.
Immanuel Baptist Church, volunteers packed toys, crayons and toiletries for Operation Christmas Child .
Dozens from the Little Rock community came to together to help Priscilla Boyle celebrate her 100th birthday
UALR recommends students to download the Guardian app to notify their location, report a crime and contact police.
North Little Rocks's Laman Library will have new hours and position cuts in order to keep their doors open.
People are nicknaming the criminal the "Gentleman Robber" after what he said to employees during a hold up.
Students encouraged to apply to college
Ouida Newton, a math teacher at Poyen High School, was named the 2015 Arkansas Teacher of the Year today at a surprise notification event in Poyen.
E-cig users won't be able to vape inside Pope County buildings, following a change to the smoking policy.
Public Works Officials confirm gravel had been loaded and taken to private property in the county
Communities react to President's Immigration Plan.
Officials report a food fight sparked a large fight
The Partner of a Same Sex Activist who Passed Away is In Legal Limbo
A group of students is working to change their learning experience in the classroom.
A process a year in the making is now completed.
Figures show a decline in high school football participation over the last few years.
Police are increasing patrol and warning UALR students of a thief following reports of cell phones being taken on campus.
Ten students and one parent are facing criminal charges after a fight at a local school.
A heater may be to blame for an early morning fire.
Police say thieves hit Chrome City Custom Wheels on Asher Avenue with a van and damaged the front entrance, taking nearly $15,000 worth of merchandise.