Man Accused of Killing Brother Charged with Murder
An update on a murder that shook up the Pike County town of Delight this week.
Detectives Looking for Man Who Destroyed Ankle Monitor
Budget and manpower concerns may have helped lead to his "escape."
March Against Violence Set for Saturday in Pine Bluff
A press conference today to announce the event included children, as well as the Mayor and Police Chief.
Step Up to Stop Bullying, Part 3
There are laws, but it is not always easy to determine which ones apply.
Bike Lanes Under Consideration for SoMa Little Rock
Public input meeting set for next week.
Entergy Arkansas Warns of Scammers
The con artist will call a customer and tell them their electric bill payment is past due, and that their service will be disconnected within the hour if they don’t pay up.
"Step Up, Stop Bullying" Twitter Town Hall Set for Thursday at 7pm
You might be asking, "what's a Twitter town hall?" Let us explain...
Al Capone's Head Returned to Proper Place in Hot Springs
The 16-year-old who took the sign will not face prosecution.
Winter in May
A very strong cold front to bring record cold and even snow for parts of the State by later this week.
Craigslist Ad Leads to Armed Robbery But Witness Tip Prompts To Arrest
Two men from Conway were robbed at gunpoint early Wednesday morning after responding to a car ad on Craigslist.
NLR Burns Park Goose Population on the Rise Again
The Director of Parks and Recreation says the more geese in the park, the more feces on the trail, and despite all the efforts the city and volunteers put in to help keep the numbers down, nature is finding a way.
Investigation Continuing in Hot Springs Shootings and Home Invasion
Police received the call around midnight May 1 to a home on Illinois Street where two people had been shot.
Little Rock Police Arrest Woman in Shooting Investigation
23-year-old Millicent McClinton has been charged in connection with the wounding of a man in January.
Benton Police Warn of Possible Phone Scams
Two reports were recently taken where suspects attempted to scam a subject out of personal information involving an alleged contest.
Doctor Resentenced To Life In Prison for Medical Board Bombing
A federal judge resentenced former Russellville physician Randeep Mann on Wednesday to life in prison for the bombing of former Arkansas State Medical Board chairman Dr. Trent Pierce.
Updated: Little Rock Church Fire to be Investigated by Federal Officials
Agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) will look into the blaze at First Baptist Church Highland Park on West 18th Street.
No Trial Date Yet For Man Charged In Conway Officer's Death
The man charged with striking and killing a Conway Police officer will return to court for a June hearing before receiving a trial date.
$50,000 Energy Efficiency Makeover Contest for Electric Cooperative Members
Sixteen runner-ups will receive an Energy Star approved GE GeoSpring Hybrid Electric Water Heater.
Arkansas Police Group Wins Grant to Promote Buckling up
Funding amount of $75,000 will be divided between police departments in Bella Vista, Benton and Jacksonville.
Burglary, Theft Suspect Walks Away From Hospital
Lonoke County detectives are looking for a man who walked away from Springhill Baptist Hospital in North Little Rock on Tuesday.
$10,000 Winning Mega Millions Ticket Sold in Russellville
Winning ticket was bought at the EZ Mart, 3102 S. South Arkansas Avenue.
Drawing for $165-million Powerball Jackpot Tonight
Mega Millions lottery prize grows to $126-million.
Three Car Wreck Backs up I-30 in Saline County
Traffic at a standstill between Alcoa and Congo Roads.
Toad Suck Daze: This Weekend in Conway
Annual event promises a weekend filled with music, food, arts and crafts, entertainment for all ages as well as the world famous Toad Races.
Jacksonville Fire Trucks Get Technology Upgrades
New equipment will help firefighters get to the scene faster.
Where Are They Now: Joe Aaron
Co-Creator of the hit cartoon "Doug", Arkansan Joe Aaron, joins Fox16 Good Day to talk about upcoming projects.
Step Up to Stop Bullying, Part 2: Monitoring Social Media
The Pulaski County Special School District is doing something new and different that will hopefully change things.