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.
KARK 4's Josh Berry hits the water to take a preview of duck season
Owner Plans to Take Fight for Pot Belly Pig Further
Marcus Dorsey's trial has been moved up to next March instead of next June.
19 trees were cut down this week
UA Refutes Claims of High Arsenic Levels in Rice
Personal Car Still Has Police Markers
Little Rock Zoo Gets Grant Money For New Exhibit
Woman Attacked Inside A Jonesboro Walmart
ABC Applications Begin Monday In Saline County
Anti-Gay Marriage Rally Held At The State Capitol
Anthony Magee was crowned a karaoke world champion in an international competition in Sweden last week. Now back home, Anthony says he's humbled and excited for what's to come.
Most parents are willing to help out with their child's extra curricular activities, but it takes a special person to lead. Blake-Stoval has been putting central Arkansas kids first for almost a decade.
Temperatures below freezing arrived early in 2014, and homeless advocates are working hard to make sure people who don't have a place to stay can keep warm.
On the same day the US senate voted "no" on the Keystone XL pipeline that would stretch across the US. Some Arkansans are concerned about another proposed pipeline that will be built across the Natural State.
UAMS Students will run 12th Street Community Wellness Center
A Pulaski County family takes aim at distracted driving.
Little Rock Fire Department gives KARK a real-world look at how quickly a house can go from safe to smoke-filled, and offers tips on how to make sure you and your family survive.
Agriculture officials are proposing possible changes to offer farmers protections following a major grain dealer's default this summer.
Airport blames tough local economic climate for budget cut
It was on Nov. 18, 2004 that the facility in downtown Little Rock opened its doors.
George Sedberry is now in jail on theft charges and has a hold for parole.
We catch up with Arkansas Freshman Congressman Bruce Westerman during a class photo
Multiple gun Incidents at Central Arkansas School districts concern legislators.
Family filing suit against former circuit court judge
Central Arkansas fire officials talk safety.
A heavy metal band playing in Bryant this weekend had equipment stolen.
A group is speaking out about a woman's claims that her granddaughter was bruised and cut by a school employee.
Officials say there are dozens of reports of guns in Arkansas schools, but few students are getting suspended.
They were on board a twin-engine Cessna that went down north of Jefferson City late Monday afternoon.
A woman says someone stole old family photos from her Cabot storage unit.
LRPD says multiple cars left running outside to warm up were broken into in the last few days.
Two months after voters approved separation from PCSSD, parents and board members gathered for their first meeting of the Jacksonville-North Pulaski School District
A highly regulated federal program has groups that don't meet basic requirements receiving thousands in taxpayer dollars.
Fellow students are remembering a University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff student who had a big influence on his peers before he died. Balton Coleman turned 21 on Saturday when he was hit and killed by a car.
In Vilonia, the first new business to open since the storm held its grand opening.
Governor Mike Beebe attends the grand opening of a restaurant in Vilonia. Hit hard by a tornado over seven months ago.
A water-main break in Foreman has forced students to miss some class-time.
A possible propane explosion kills one and injures another in Mississippi County.