Working 4 You: Developmental Disability Waiver Recipients Suffering in Silence?
As 17-year-old Emily O'Brien's summer break from school is set to start, her father Garrett, is …
W4Y: The Real Deal on Downtown Crime
The Capitol City is grappling to get a grip on crime, citing surges in numbers across areas of the …
Working 4 You: Thousands on Medicaid Waiver Wait List in Arkansas
A look at the impact on one Arkansas family trying to provide home care for two disabled loved ones.
Working 4 You: Prison "Break" for Some Arkansas Inmates?
A look at the Arkansas Department of Correction's “meritorious furlough” program.
Working 4 You: Foster Kids Aging Out of the System
As Arkansas's foster care crisis continues, the state is working to address problems like a …
Working 4 You: Local Business Stiffing Online Shoppers
We looking into "States of Mind" clothing and its owner who appears to be dodging customers and …
City of Damascus Responds to Prosecutor's Speed Trap Findings
In their rebuttal the city says that the findings did not take into account "revenue figures, …
Working 4 You Update: School Files Federal Lawsuit Against Student and Mother
A turn of events has taken place after a Northeast Arkansas family claimed their high school senior…
Working 4 You: Special Education & Access Denied?
A Northeast Arkansas family claims their high school senior has been blocked from attending school,…
Working 4 You: Are Health Dept. Inspection Results Keeping Public in the Dark?
KARK's Working 4 You looked at the dearth of data and information from inspections aimed to keep …
Working 4 You: The Price of Pain
"What if I'm cleaning my gun, and I shoot your privates off? Here's $500,000 and sorry about that?"…
WORKING 4 YOU: It's a Speed Trap. Now What?
A year's worth of tickets between June of 2015 and 2016 show more than 75 percent of those drivers …
Working 4 You: Failure in the Field?
The first thing Nichols did on scene was ask the driver if he could pray with him, according to …
Working 4 You aims to highlight issues that impact your life.
Working 4 You features the work of Emmy-award winning journalist Marci Manley. Airing a few times each month, the series aims to get answers, bring issues to light, and spotlight underserved areas impacting the education, health, finances, and safety of Central Arkansas.
Manley has worked in television and print newsrooms across Arkansas for more than a decade. Her effort on investigative stories earlier this year earned her an Emmy nomination in the coveted “Journalistic Enterprise” category.
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