A Drew County man died after his house caught on fire Tuesday morning.
Raymond Stewart escaped from an Oklahoma prison four days ago. He was recaptured in central Arkansas after a detective recognized his distinctive facial tattoo.
Supporters say the law would cut down on waste, but opponents say it would make it harder for Arkansans to change laws they believe are unfair.
An Arkansas blogger filed a complaint against GOP Atty. General candidate Leslie Rutledge for her cooperation with a political action committee in the production of a campaign ad.
Libertarian candidate Wayne Willems already has his work cut out for him running against an incumbent Republican. His campaign has been made even tougher after dozens of his campaign signs were stolen.
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A Disabled Man Fights For Custody of His Daughter
Pulaski County Special School District is seeing an increase in students with diabetes, especially type 2. Because health matters KARK4's Deedra Wilson went to Mills High School to talk to a student who is taking all the right steps to stay healthy.
73 students received cash rewards for achieving superior scores on advanced placement tests administered in science, math, social studies, and English.
With Halloween night just around the corner, many people are stocking up on candy. But for those with food allergies, Halloween can be a challenge. That's why, a teal pumpkin movement is getting a lot of attention online and could make the holiday safer for kids with food allergies.
University of Arkansas at Little Rock working to stop the spread of flu on campus.
This is the second animal dumping reported to Maumelle Animal Services in the last five days.
Neighbors say their mailboxes were torn down without warning.
Derrick Estell escaped from the Garland County Jail by diving through a security a window in 2013.
The concert fundraiser for State Senator Jason Rapert, sponsored by the Family Research Council, was met with protests from students who say their university is sponsoring an anti-gay group.
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Anti-bullying awareness will be taking center stage at the Clinton Presidential Center.
Campus ambassadors make a difference at Booker Elementary School.
An anonymous tip leads to an investigation at the Little Rock Public Works Department.
The Attorney General's office establishes the first school safety division.
It was a special night for KARK as Perry Sook, the chairman, president, and CEO of our parent company Nexstar Broadcasting Group, was inducted into the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame.
On Facebook, the videos show some fans brawling on the golf course near War Memorial Stadium. Little Rock Police say they had more than 100 officers scattered around tailgating spots.
Two weeks before Election Day, incumbent Senator Mark Pryor is hitting the pavement across Arkansas, asking people in person for their votes.
A small town bakery store owner is talking about the terrifying moments being held hostage by an armed suspects. Despite the frantic situation, the store owner was able to remain calm. He says his first priority was getting customers to safety.
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