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.
The annual rookie of the year award has been named in honor of Officer Will McGary, a Conway cop who was killed in the line of duty in 2013.
A federal judge and the Arkansas Supreme Court heard different cases challenging the state's ban on gay marriage.
A mother says someone is vandalizing a cross her family put up after the murder of her son in North Little Rock.
A Cleburne County woman's kill turns out to be a real gender bender.
The River Rail,which connects downtown Little Rock and North Little Rock's Argenta district, celebrated it's 10th Anniversary with free rides for passengers.
Mayor Stodola says the city is working on ways to encourage people to live in Little Rock.
It's the State asking the Arkansas Supreme court to reverse a Pulaski county judge, who already found back in May that the state's marriage amendment 83, passed 10 years ago, violates the state and federal constitution.
The hearing lasted about two hours with the vast majority of the time being used by attorneys representing the gay couples.
Conway Nursing Home Throws Bash For Residents
Only In Arkansas: Arkiestyle
Clinton Man Injured After Car Slams Into Local Post Office
Case Over Marriage Equality Heard At The AR Supreme Court
Case Over Marriage Equality In AR Heard In Federal Court
Pat Walker joins the "Party on the Trolley" with Central Arkansas Transit Authority.
Leifel Jackson was featured in the documentary "Gang Wars: Banging in Little Rock" two decades ago. Since then, he's turned his life around and is serving his community. In exchange, Habitat for Humanity presented Jackson and his daughter the keys to a new home Wednesday.
A 17-year-old was shot earlier this month, and police say dozens of people witnessed it. But because no one has come forward, they're offering a reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction.
The area is seeing growth faster than the police department. With only five officers, some residents feel local law enforcement can't keep up with crime in the area.
Chief Kenton Buckner says LRPD needs to do a better job in its treatment of the LGBT community. He says a new policy aimed at helping transgender residents will help.
From health care for prison inmates, running a juvenile lockup, or even touching up the state capitol, private companies now perform many functions the government used to cover.
For the second time, two dozen iPads have been stolen from a locked area inside Hall High School in Little Rock.