In part one of a three part series, KARK examines why some crime victims are frustrated that they can't know what their attackers are doing while behind bars.
Gayle Cranford says Arron Lewis had a backpack full of cash when he tried to buy a home from her in 2013. A year later, Lewis is the only suspect in the kidnapping of a central Arkansas realtor.
Several hours after Arron Lewis was arrested, the search for missing realtor Beverly Carter continued with renewed optimism.
Leah Uko spoke to Lewis's neighbors to get a better idea of what they are dealing with.
Hundreds of volunteers have been dedicated in finding the missing real estate agent.
Arron M. Lewis, 33, of Jacksonville, was taken into custody Monday morning by the Little Rock Police Department at 1602 Green Mountain Drive.
A local school is giving students an opportunity to solve real world problems.
The search for a missing Realtor continues.
Some people happened to recognize the kidnapping suspect in connection with a missing realtor near a bus stop in West Little Rock.
A man is in custody in connection with the disappearance of a central Arkansas Realtor.
The group of men that played a part in the capture of suspected kidnapper Arron Lewis describe the situation and how it all played out.
Realtor Beverly Carter's son speaks out about her disappearance.
Details on the arrest of Aaron Lewis in the Beverly Carter case.
Neighbors of the man named in the warrant in the Realtor's disappearance are on alert.
Aaron Lewis has been named in a kidnapping warrant in the disappearance of Beverly Carter.
Volunteers come to Scott to assist in the efforts to find Beverly Carter.
Three family members tied to bank robbery in Benton back in June.
Leah explain safety precautions realtors should take while on the job.
The Clinton's welcome their first grandchild into the world.
Western Hills members helped turn a golf course into a garden to promote healthier eating for homeless.
Teacher arrested for child pornography bonds out of jail.
Day 2: Search Continues For Missing Realtor
Man waiting for debris from April tornado to be removed from his yard.
Search for Missing Realtor Continues
Hearing On Vapors & E-Cigarettes
Maumelle Controversial Comment on Pay and Women
Campus Fight on UCA
Group Protests Against Issue 3: Term Limit Extension
NBC host Challenges Cotton & Pryor to Debate
Search For Missing Woman
Beverly Carter, 49, of Scott was reported missing by her husband when she didn't return home by after dark, according to the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office (PCSO).
Hog fans are gearing up for Saturday's game against Texas A&M.
Faith Matters: Helping the Homeless.
The University of Central Arkansas is working to make it easier for non-traditional students to receive their MBA.
Chuck Todd from NBC's Meet The Press makes an offer to come to Little Rock to moderate a debate between U.S. Senate Candidates Mark Pryor and Tom Cotton.
A central Arkansas real estate agent has been reported missing.
Carter was reported missing after her car was found in front of a home she had shown early Thursday evening.
The city of Sherwood has had a ban on certain breeds of dogs in place for the last 25 years, but some advocates for breed equality hope to put the measure to a vote.
Little Rock Police chief Kenton Buckner says it's worth investing in this area of town.
The Faulkner County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of 22-year-old Jeremiah Hackler, which has raised more questions than answers.
Zachary Thomas Nehus, 42, of Hot Springs was arrested this afternoon on 30 counts of distributing, possessing or viewing matter depicting sexually explicit conduct involving a child, a Class C felony.
Teagan Martin was behind the wheel when he plowed into a group of cross-country bicyclists. At just 22 years old, he's speaking out about the dangers of distracted driving in the hopes of preventing an accident like the one he was involved in from ever happening again.
UAMS IS TRYING TO MAKE IT A LITTLE EASIER FOR ARKANSAS WOMEN TO STAY HEALTHY.
The republican senate candidate talked energy policy with the national news agency Real Clear Politics.
A Little Rock man is taking matters into his own hands after someone stole his trailer.