Jesse Swain is charged with first degree murder in the death of Erika Lockhart.
A U.S. attorney drops federal charges in a sexting/rape case.
Vacant Home Dispute
A Benton woman says a house that's falling apart in her neighborhood is responsible for her insurance company dropping her coverage.
ASU Responds to Cross Controversy
Nursing Home Liability
A new report shows dramatic changes over the last 30 years in the way students apply to a college or university.
The GOP nominee for governor says Arkansas will see a campaign season unlike any other.
The disability rights protest ends in Little Rock after 3 days.
The Carlisle bus driver blamed a big rig driving down the road that forced the bus to turn on its side.
Health Matters: High Tech Prostate Imaging & Biopsy
UALR Training LR Bike Police
Law Enforcement Still Search for Michael Dawkins
Beaudet Aviation Company to Invest $2.5M, Create 75 New Jobs in Little Rock
Bids Come in for Broadway Bridge Project
Final Day of Adapt Protest Targets Goodwill
In 2002, Smart was kidnapped, raped, and beaten, but she survived. Now, the Utah native is sharing her story nationwide.
Federal investigators say the shop was a front for a major drug distributor.
Jacksonville School District Approved
Charitable Immunity Protection
Community Matters: Stick Sculpture
Election to Determine Jville School District Establishment
Twenty-Four Thousand Dollars Stolen from Sheriff's Office
Disability Rights Protest, Day 2
Miss Arkansas is back home after the Miss America Competition.
Students at a local middle school are gearing up to take the Rachel Challenge.
Renovations will soon be taking place at the Clinton National Airport.
A judge shaken by a national scandal has been officially replaced.
The city of Jacksonville will find out if it will get its own school district.
Dozens of people protesting on health care for the disabled for a second day in downtown Little Rock.
A boat dock destroyed by a recent storm is being cleared out of a Benton neighborhood.
There are more than 100 abandoned buildings in Pine Bluff's downtown area. The city council says the buildings are dangerous and a nuisance to the public.
ASU Religious Symbol Controversy
Maumelle Car Break-Ins
Nursing Home Protest
Arkansas Razorback Super Fan: Canaan Sandy
Arkansas Lottery Under Review
Circuit Court Judge Maggio Replaced With Mike Murphy
New NLR Law Clears Clutter from Yards
Rash of Little Rock Car Thefts
Communities Discuss Whether to Apply For Prison
Disability Rights Advocates Arrested
Teachers and students joined forces Monday to rally on improving student reading.
Lawmakers discussed the access of high speed internet in schools Monday.