Bell Boy Waste is a brand new business that will take recyclable materials from Little Rock apartments.
Mayor David Mattingly believes the new park, made possible by a voter-approved tax increase, will bring in a million dollars in sales tax revenue.
A special meeting held Monday night allowed students at LRSD schools the chance to back their teachers and their school district as the Arkansas Department of Education weighs whether to take over the district.
Elizabeth Mitchell mysteriously fell ill while at work more than two weeks ago.
Jimmy Mitchell, Elizabeth's husband expresses his thanks to all those who have prayed for them and supported them through this difficult time.
In Bentonville, the Walmart Emergency Operations Center is working around the clock to make sure its customers and associates have support through the storm.
A middle school student is frustrated he can no longer wear a hoodie he got as a Christmas present. A gift he's been wearing daily ever since.
A Little Rock Police officer made a gay slur on Facebook.
The governor's middle class income tax has already cleared the senate and sits in the house. But a small group of senators wanted to redo everything and vote again.
A family who says a loved-one's body was left to decompose at a Jacksonville funeral home has filed a lawsuit in Pulaski County court.
One school district is working to give an ipad to every student.
A restoration project at the State Capitol is unveiling some surprising parts of history.
A central Arkansas family has filed a lawsuit in a case of funeral home negligence.
A family is mourning the loss of a 24-year-old killed in a gas station robbery.
16 year old Ruthann Owens was struck by a car around 6pm Sunday.
Arkadelphia Police Department identified the vivtim of a deadly robbery at a Clark County gas station.
Search for missing 65 year old fisher Wesly Dinwiddie was called off due to weather conditions.
Tyrone Kirkwood is wanted for failure to appear on a number of charges, including possession of drugs and firearms and endangering the welfare of a minor.
Jonesboro Police report 41-year-old Apollinaire Nnoh and 31-year-old Augustin Adouko used someone else credit cards to buy gift cards.
2 men attempt to rob a Shells gas station on the 1400 block of Main Street Saturday night.
KARK's Ken Buffa reports live from the scene of shooting that took place on Baseline
A once injured eagle is released back into the wild at Lake Degray.
Sissy's Log Cabin in Little Rock has updated their security following a "Smash and Grab" attack on their store earlier in the week.
Hicks Cemetery was damaged by a fire.
Hunters from across the state attends this weekend 25th Annual Big Buck Classic.
Ralliers crowd the steps of the State Capitol for the 5th Annual Reproductive Justice event.
Barry Harmon disappeared from an area North of Monticello on January 6.
KARK's Ken Buffa reports live at Sissy's Log Cabin.
A mother and father say a Star City teacher smacked their child and another parent witnessed it.
Trucks are getting stuck at the St. Louis Street and Harrison intersection in Batesville. Drivers say they feel unsafe.
A mysterious phone call being made to folks in North Little Rock is giving hints of a push for a huge development project in the city. During a short survey people were asked if they would support a tax hike, in part, to fund new development.
It has been six months since Cabot mother Teresa Roach has heard from her son Steven.
Newly elected Attorney General Leslie Rutledge faced an ethics commission in connection to questions about campaign donations
A Jacksonville funeral director has been fined $10,000 and voluntarily surrendered his licenses after a state board discusses an inspector's review of a facility which noted a string of violations.
Cutter Morning Star Schools were on lock down after a manhunt for a suspect who fired shots at a deputy
Virus Infects Dogs At Jonesboro Animal Shelter
Faith Matters: Students Help Rebuild After Tornadoes
Hanes Brings Job To The River Valley
The Arkansas Ethics Comission is dismissing a complaint against Attorney General Leslie Rutledge following a meeting that was several hours long.
Cedarville Teacher Under Investigation
Settlement In Funeral Home Investigation
Manhunt Causes School Lockdown
The Sheriff's Office says a suspect rammed a patrol car this morning and shots were fired.
When the Atkins Red Devils and Danville Little Johns square off everyone expects fierce competition between the rivals. But last Friday, fans watching a girls high school basketball game in the Atkins gymnasium got a lot more than that.
A bald eagle is shot in the wing in Jefferson County this week.