Little Rock Companies Provide Office Space for New UA Outreach
Central Arkansas operations are given new home in Metropolitan Tower.
Pine Bluff Man Charged with Shooting
21-year-old Ramon Mathews is charged with shooting 50-year-old Randy Warren.
Cabot Taekwondo Instructor Charged With 2nd Sex Assault On Student
The owner of a Taekwondo studio in Lonoke County was behind bars Tuesday charged with sexually assaulting one of his young male students.
Search for Foster Mom Ends Successfully
Searching for her foster mom comes to a close 27 years later. Katina Robinson is finally able to say thanks to the woman she's had so much trouble trying to track down.
Update: AR Treasurer Resigns Amid Extortion Allegations
Arkansas Treasurer Martha Shoffner has resigned.
Police Identify Parkview Student Shot at Verizon Arena
North Little Rock Police have released the identities of the shooter and victim in Tuesday's incident outside Verizon Arena.
High School Football Miracle in Van Buren
A football game, a rainbow and a miracle.
LRSD Interim Superintendent Sends Letter to Parents about Severe Weather Protocol
Reminds everyone school administrators and staff are trained to move all students to a designated safe area.
Update: Parkview Student Shot Outside Verizon Arena
Police in North Little Rock are responding to a shooting near Verizon Arena.
Storm Threat Still Looms over Arkansas
One round passes through the state with another on its heels.
Police: NLR Woman Dies after Fiance Sets Her on Fire
Monday night incident happened on Water Street in the Rose City area.
Beebe: Arkansas's Thoughts and Prayers with Oklahoma
Governor issues statement on Monday's twister in Moore, OK.
Fuller Middle School Students Win Robotics Competition
The group joins us in the studio to reveal details of their project.
UALR Student Wins Emmy Internship
Nikki Ackerman is going to California for 8 weeks to study script writing.
American Red Cross's Tornado Safety App
It features a link to donate for situations like the Moore, Oklahoma tornado.
Update: Oklahoma Tornado Death Toll Revised down to 24
Officials caution number may climb again.
Safety Tips For Severe Weather & Tornadoes
Here are a few tips to keep you and your loved ones safe during severe weather events.
City Leaders Discuss Moving Pine Bluff Police Patrol Division into Neighborhood
City leaders in Pine Bluff have suggested uprooting an entire division of the police department and moving it across town.
Future in Question for Arkansas Treasurer, Roby Brock Discusses
Martha Shoffner has, so far, declined to step down from her State position, Roby Brock from Talk Business discusses the immediate future with Donna Terrell.
Reverend Defends Mentally Handicapped Man Beat and Robbed
Stop the Violence Founder Wants Man Prosecuted For Injuring Mentally-Handicapped Man
Investigators Say Traffic Stop Lead to Meth Bust in Pope County
46-year-old Kevin Price is accused of possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Formation of Anti-Corruption Task Force
The US Attorney's office along with the FBI and local law enforcement announce the formation of a corruption task force to root out public officials abusing their power in office.
Former LR Cop Charged with Manslaughter to Claim Self Defense
A former Little Rock police officer charged with manslaughter in the death of a teen appeared in court ahead of his June 18 trial date.
Breaking News: Suburb of Oklahoma City Hit Hard by Massive Tornado Monday
Huge Storm levels homes, a school, in Moore, Oklahoma, no reports yet of injuries in the latest severe weather to strike Oklahoma.
Benton Police Arrest Wounded Man Upon Release from Hospital
This is the second arrest in the case of a man who allegedly schemed to have himself shot.
Arkansas 7th Grader Competing in National Geographic Bee
Christian Boekhout, 12, of Hot Springs is in Washington, D.C. for contest.
Gov. Beebe Calls for Shoffner to Resign Immediately
Beebe said he was "shocked" after learning of the allegations, and believes it would be best if Shoffner resigned immediately.
No Run for Attorney General Says State Rep. Broadaway
Paragould Democrat says she will instead seek reelection to District 57 seat.
Updated: Will Shoffner Resign? "Not at This Time"
Court documents show Arkansas Treasurer demanded personal cash payments from broker doing business with the state.
State Officials Call for Shoffner's Resignation
Several Arkansas officials are calling for State Treasurer Martha Shoffner to step down amid extortion allegations.
Walmart Stores Shine Spotlight on Arkansas-made Products
"Arkansas' Own" branding will be available in stores across the state.
Report: Sheriff Says Body Found in Black River is Missing 14-Year-Old Girl
The body of a young female found in the Black River Saturday night is that of missing 14-year-old Sidney Randall, according to the Lawrence County Sheriff.
Arkansas Storm Team Prepared to Track Severe Storms
Our team of six meteorologists is on standby for possible severe weather.
Memorial Service Planned to Two Students Killed in Boating Accident
Tuesday afternoon ceremony in the Union Ballroom on UA campus.
Arkansas Hog Operation Highlights Debate Over Right to Farm
Breeding facility in Newton County will house thousands of animals.
Staycations in Arkansas
State parks are just one destination option for vacationing closer to home.
Mentally-Handicapped Man Beat and Robbed
People put video of a man being beat and robbed on Facebook
Film Festival Comes To An End
Little Rock Film Festival Wraps Up Tonight
Former Employees Speak About Shoffner Arrest and FBI Questions
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- All eyes will be on the federal courthouse in Little Rock Monday where State Treasurer Martha Shoffner will appear in front of a judge to face extortion charges.
Little Rock Greek Food Festival Ends
Event held at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church.
Westboro Church Members Don't Like Elvis
Memphis stands up for Elvis
Cause Of Death Release In UA Student Accident
Corner release cause of death in boating accident that killed two U of A students last week.
Winning Ticket In Florida
One person holds the winning ticket in the $590 million Powerball drawing
Folks in Central Arkansas Dream Of Winning Powerball Millions
At $600 million, Saturday's drawing was the largest Powerball jackpot ever and the second largest lottery total in US history.
Fisherman Finds Body of Unidentified Woman in Lawrence County
Authorities recover the body of a young woman in the Black River Saturday.
AR State Treasurer Arrested
Martha Shoffner is at the Pulaski County Jail.
State Treasurer Martha Shoffner Arrested
Being held at Pulaski County Jail.
Arkansan, Pro Football Player Gets Ready for Teen Camp
Event is in June in Rison.
Chase In Hot Springs Ends In Crash
One hurt in crash after chase in Hot Springs
Fatal Accident in Hot Springs
One dies when hits a car on motorcycle
LR Double Tree Hotel Plans Job Fair
Event will be held May 22, 2013.
Jobs for Week of May 23, 2013
Snake In Texarkana Park
People on look out for snakes while visiting park in Texarkana
Sink Hole Found In Benton County
Huge sink hole found just east of Pea Ridge.
Big Powerball Jackpot Drawing Saturday Night
Record jackpot on Saturday drawing
Shoe Store Robbed As Employees Open Store
Man holds ups shoe store as it gets ready to open.
The Community Comes to the Aid of Fire Victims
An elementary school takes donations for families with children left homeless by a fire
3 Robberies, 2 Cities, 1 Unsolved Central Arkansas Crime
Maumelle and North Little Rock Police are working together to find people responsible.
Fallen Deputy Memorial 5K Raises Money for Family
All proceeds of the Hans Fifer Memorial 5k Log Carry benefit Hans' widow and two children.
State Troopers Secure Kidnapped Child in West Memphis
Two-year-old child from Georgia recovered around 3:30 this afternoon.
Man Charged with Running over Wife, Killing Unborn Baby
29-year-old Robert Jones faces DWI, Battery and Homicide Charges.
SUV Drives Through Side of Garage at West Little Rock Home
Vehicle makes hole in wall, knocks down garage door.
Federal Judge Blocks Implementation of 12-week Abortion Law
The ban was set to take effect on August 16.
$190-million Jackpot in Tonight's Mega Millions Drawing
Saturday's Powerball jackpot a whopping $600-million.
Updated: Powerball Jackpot Rolls Again to $600M
The next drawing is Saturday night at 10 o'clock.
Waffle House Robbed on Highway 365 in Maumelle
Police say the suspects are a man and woman who wore white bandanas over their faces and white gloves.
12-Week Abortion Ban Hearing
The legal showdown surrounding an Arkansas law that would ban abortion at 12-weeks begins today.
April Unemployment Numbers in Arkansas See Decline
The state's jobless rate drops one-tenth of a percentage point to 7.1-percent.
Greek Food Festival in Little Rock This Weekend
The festival begins today from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., continues on Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and wraps up on Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Arkansas House Speaker Carter Says No to Governor’s Run
Cabot Republican decides instead to return to banking job.
Surveillance Video Shows Violent Encounter in Pine Bluff Walmart
A man pulled a gun Thursday after being struck.
Firefighters Help The Elderly Escape Apartment Fire
A large number of senior citizens live at an apartment complex that went up in flames on Thursday
The American Idol from Arkansas Has Come Home
The American Idol winner is splitting his time between life on the road, and new responsibilities at home.
Pine Bluff Neighbors Concerned Over Halfway House
Neighbors of the Westside loop community fear a halfway house for level 3 and 4 sex offenders in the area is a major safety risk.
PCSSD Asking Parents To Pay Outstanding Lunch Balances
Money needs to be paid by May 31.
Garland County Deputy Faces Domestic Abuse Charges
Jon Lane was arrested on a warrant this afternoon.
Snooping Mother Discovers Daughter's Assault
A Malvern mother found out her teen was attacked on her way to school, only after going through her text messages.
Arkansas Game and Fish Sign Long Lease on Maumelle River Area
The AGFC has had informal discussions with CAW for several years to explore ways in which the two entities could form a partnership.
Update: Missing 8-Year-Old Conway Boy Found Safe
Elisha has been located, and is safe.
Automotive Technician Named City of Little Rock Employee of the Year
Robert Kelly has received the 2013 Mahlon A. Martin Award.
Woman Missing from Home at I-30 Travel Park in Benton
Family of Sarah Mondragon, 31, has not heard from her in a month-and-a-half.
Former Preemies at UAMS NICU Invited to June 1 Reunion
It's being held at the Scimitar Shrine building off the Interstate 30 frontage road in Southwest Little Rock.
CBC to Offer $2,500 More to Academic Challenge Scholarship Recipients
Students must submit application by June 1.
Home Safety Urged During National Electrical Safety Month
Entergy Arkansas advises customers to take basic safety precautions around electricity.
Structural Damage Estimated at $4M in Little Rock Apartment Complex Fire
City fire officials estimate damage to contents at $600-thousand.
Maumelle Friends of the Animals Needs YOU!
Animal shelter holding fundraisers and adoption events, plus they invite you to foster a dog or cat from their facility to prepare them for adoption.
Massive Fire at Little Rock Apartment Complex
Minor injuries after a fire rips through the Forest Place Apartments on North University Avenue.
Officials Predicting Fatalities Following Texas Twisters
Several people were killed and at least 10 were injured Wednesday night when a possible tornado hit Granbury, Texas, city officials said.
Faulkner Cty Remembers Fallen Officers
Service held Wednesday night.
Grandmother Protects Herself With Hot Tea
Grandmother pours hot tea on a possible attacker with a knife.
Update: Surveillance Video of Incident in Pine Bluff Walmart
Yesterday, police say a man was attacked, then pulled a gun.
Bryant Church Building Reopens 9 Months After Fire
The youth facility at the Family Church in Bryant celebrated its reopening Wednesday nearly nine months after a lightning strike ignited a fire that ripped through the building.
Speaker Davy Carter Closer to Decision on Gubernatorial Run
The race for governor in Arkansas is getting crowded quickly, with already five announced candidates some 18 months from the election.
Pryor Hosts Twitter Town Hall Thursday
Arkansans can ask him questions about agricultural issues starting at 8:15 a.m.
Eating out Tonight in Little Rock or North Little Rock?
You can "Tip-a-Cop" as part of Battle of the Badges at Texas Roadhouse restaurants.
Former Nurse at Morrilton Nursing Home Pleads Guilty to Stealing Pills
Health-care provider took prescription medication from resident.
Family Awaits Justice in Fatal Hit and Run
The family of a three-year-old boy killed in a hit and run said they are patiently waiting for justice.
Suspected Mexican Drug Cartel Members Arrested in Arkansas
They're among 16 defendants rounded up in an FBI sweep.
Judge Denies AG Motion To Dismiss 12-Week Abortion Ban Challenge
A federal judge denied a motion to dismiss the legal challenge to Arkansas' 12-week abortion ban Wednesday.
Teen Going to Prison For Armed Robbery Conviction
19-year-old Seth Bright is convicted of robbing the same man twice in a park.
Little Rock's Lamar Porter Complex Welcomes Brooks Robinson June 15
Baseball great helps kick off a multi-million dollar fundraising effort to restore the complex.
Little Rock Film Festival Starts Today
Seventh annual event now ranked as one of the top 25 film festivals (out of about 5,000) in the country.
Powerball Jackpot Tonight at $360M, Mega Millions Rolls Again to $190M
Lottery frenzy over huge grand prize amounts.
Big Rock Interchange Enters Final Phase of Work
Highway officials expect the project to be complete within a year.
Scrap Dealers See Fewer Criminals Selling Metals
Little Rock recycling companies see a drop in shady metal sales.
Federal Indictment in Arkansas Charges 16 People with Connections to Mexican Drug Cartel
More than a dozen alleged criminals are charged in an indictment with a major Mexican drug cartel at the center of it. The suspects are accused of distributing cocaine into Arkansas.
Heber Springs Woman Admits To Stealing From School Fund
HEBER SPRINGS, AR -- A woman in Heber Springs has admitted to stealing more than $15,000 from a fund for elementary school students and then spending it on luxury items.
Voting Results Now Final Across Central Arkansas
The Sherwood electric ordinance was confirmed while voters in Hot Springs decided to keep their city government the same.
PCSSD Gets 3rd Year On State's Fiscal Distress List
The Arkansas State Board of Education voted to keep control of the Pulaski County Special School District, extending its fiscal distress status by one more year.
Wild River Country Water Park Set to Open on Saturday
Wild River Country is ready to debut its new look this weekend.
University of Arkansas Raising Tuition
The University of Arkansas Board of Trustees is set to vote on wide-sweeping tuition increases on campuses throughout the U of A system.
Pine Bluff Police Officer Fired after Sexual Harassment Allegations
The police chief originally suspended Officer Chris Powell for 20 days and revoked his field officer certification.
Lockdown at Gravette Schools after Shooting Two Blocks Away
Parents urged not to try and pick up children until police give the all clear in the area.
Heifer Village to Host Little Rock Film Festival Screenings
Films shown are in the running for first-ever “Social Impact Film” category which awards $10,000 prize to best film.
Man Injured in Johnson County Explosion
The blast happened Tuesday morning. The victim, who suffered severe burns, was flown by helicopter to a Little Rock hospital.
Arkansas State Police: Buckle up, Every Trip, Every Time
Arkansas drivers reminded to “click it” during holiday travel.
Smoke Alert: Arkansas Guard Controlled Burn at Camp Robinson
Crews burn 50-acre area near Amboy community.
Elton John Performs June 4th in Fayetteville
Appearance is part of Walmart Associates Concert.
Arkansas Educators Group Names Principal, Assistant Principal of the Year
Honors go to Stuttgart School District's Kathy Hopson and Little Rock School District's Dr. Steven Wise.
Updated: Mega Millions Jackpot at $170M, Powerball Now $360M
The Arkansas-only Natural State Jackpot is at $105-thousand.
Morrilton Man Hospitalized after Well Explosion
Victim suffered third-degree burns in blast at his home.
Social Media is Effective in Saving Animals
Some cute kittens and puppies join Donna and Kevin for a story about fuzzy faces, facebook, and the new ways to rescue friends in need of a home.
Mobile Frozen Treat Truck Ordinance
The ordinance would only apply to ice cream or sno-cone trucks, not any other mobile food vendor. Drivers say they're all for the ordinance if it helps keep kids safe.
Man Injured In Enclosed Well Explosion
An 82-year-old Morrilton man was badly injured in a well explosion. City officials are looking into what caused the blast.
LR Road Rage Murder Suspect Says He Was Scared
28-year-old Chris Schnarr entered a plea of not guilty Monday morning in a Little Rock courtroom. A judge ordered him held on $100,000 bond.
PCSSD Fiscal Distress Term Extended
The district has been given an additional year to get its financial situation in order.
AR Attorney General, Others Asking for New Warnings on Pain Pills
Attorney General Dustin McDaniel and other state attorneys general called on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration today to strengthen warnings about the risks of prescription painkiller use during pregnancy.
Rep. Debra Hobbs Planning Gubernatorial Run
The third-term lawmaker is expected to formally announce her bid on June 17.
Road Rage Shooting Suspect Pleads Not Guilty
Little Rock Police charged 28-year-old Chris Schnarr with first-degree murder in the shooting death of Arista Aldridge Saturday afternoon at Sixth and Ferry Streets.
Searcy Man Arrested with $13k Worth of Meth
According to the Searcy Police Department (SPD), a patrolman stopped 27-year-old Adam Manor after spotting him run a stop sign at Lucy Street and Pleasure Avenue.
Powerball Jackpot Reaches $350 Million
Lottery tickets are becoming a hot commodity again as jackpots swell.
Jacksonville Update: Arkansas State Board on Detachment Efforts
Jacksonville Close to Detachment From PCSSD
Jack Bauer Returning to FOX in All-New '24' Series
FOX has ordered 24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY, a thrilling new tent-pole event series set to restart the clock on the groundbreaking and Emmy Award-winning drama franchise starring Kiefer Sutherland.
Bank Robbery Suspect Arrested after Escaping Courthouse
A bank robbery suspect who escaped from the Desha County Courthouse last week is back in police custody.
Man Arrested after Fayetteville Bar Fight Leaves 1 Dead
According to Fayetteville Police, 33-year-old Steven Hall faces manslaughter charges after reportedly punching a man in the face and knocking him to the ground, where he fell and hit his head.
Family of Victim, Suspect in Little Rock Road Rage Killing Speak Out
Family members of both the victim and suspect from a violent road rage shooting spoke out Sunday. The incident left a father dead and a local college student charged with first-degree murder.
Underage Drinking Party Busted in Lonoke County
A party busted Thursday night hosted by a grandmother for her grandson and his friends ended with 40 teens receiving citations.
Missing Conway Boater's Body Found
Authorities recovered body Sunday afternoon.
Party Leads To Arrest of Grandmother
Loud party lead to over 40 citations.
Pine Bluff Police Looking For Suspect In Shooting
17-year-old shot near the Pines Mall in Pine Bluff.
Two Bodies Found In Hot Spring County
Two teen boys found the bodies of a man and woman on Friday afternoon
Oil Spill Whistleblower Visits Mayflower
A self-proclaimed whistleblower against oil companies traveled to Mayflower to demand residents not to back down against ExxonMobil.
iPhone Sent to Outer Space
An iPhone floats inside a balloon in outer space, capturing video and images from above.
Rahm Emanuel Speaks At Clinton School Graduation
Graduates represent 14 states and four countries.
Road Rage Leaves One Man Shot
Two man involved in road rage leaves one shot
Two People Found Dead In The Woods
Hot Spring County Sheriff's Deputies find two bodies in a house.
Young Student Dragged By Bus
Student bruised after being dragged by school bus.
New Medical School Coming To Springflied
Missouri lawmakers pass bonds to bring new medical school to Springfield
Fayetteville Man Faces Child Porn Charges In Texas
Fayetteville Man arrest on child porn charges out of Texas
Parents Riding Shotgun, Remotely With Young Drivers
New technology may give parents a little piece of mind when it comes to young people behind the wheel.
Little Rock Police Release Picture of Homicide Suspect at ATM
Police are sking for public help to find the people involved in the murder of Forrest Abrams.
Ice Cream Truck Regulations Possible in NLR
Ordinance sponsored by Alderwoman Beth White.
Intervenor Group Won't Participate In 12-Week Abortion Ban Hearing
The first court hearing on Arkansas' 12-week abortion ban next week won't include a group wanting to help defend the law.
Pine Bluff Man Charged in the Death of His Infant Son
22-year-old Ivory Jones is being held without bond on First Degree Murder.
Update: Arrest Made in Hit and Run that Injured 12-Year-Old
A Pulaski County Middle School student was struck by a car, and the driver kept on going.
High Tech Storm Kit
Tornadoes, earthquakes, hurricanes. No one wants to think about disaster striking close to home, but experts say you need to be prepared. That includes having a kit packed with must-have supplies to help you weather any storm.
Nickel & Dimed at the Bank
When it comes to banking--what's your number one gripe? We found bank fees are a top consumer complaint.
The amounts vary from bank to bank, and now there are brand new funky fees to be on the lookout for beyond the typical charges.
Southern Arkansas University Magnolia Adds Computer Gaming & Animation Design Degree Program
Students will learn about creating mobile apps, 3-D designs and lifelike animations.
How Smartphones Help People Remember to Take Medications
UAMS researchers find that apps can get the job done.
Updated: Police Find Stolen Vehicle after Deadly Carjacking
Officers located the SUV around nine o'clock Friday morning at 20th Street and Charles Bussey Avenue
UA Grad is 18, Earns Triple Major
Honors student Raymond Walter will pursue doctoral degrees in Math and Physics.
Child Hit by Car in Jacksonville While Getting on School Bus
Friday morning accident happened around 7:30 at Old Tom Box Road and Brister Drive.
Woman Dies in Little Rock When Car Runs into Pole
Police say the woman was driving to work when she lost control of her car this morning along Airport Drive.
Update: Missing Woman Found Safe
38-year-old Eloise Sykes is back with her family.
School Dedicates Reading Corner to Former Students Killed in December
Two little girls killed last December in their Arkadelphia home were honored Thursday at the school they attended.
Uncovering Prostitution in Northwest Arkansas
As clients go digital, police follow right behind them.
Pine Bluff Teen Cleashindra Hall Remembered 19 Years After Disappearance
Laurell Hall has worked tirelessly keep her daughter's name and face in the spotlight.
City of Rockport Owes Back-Taxes to the IRS
A lien is in affect on all city property in the Hot Spring County community until the large tax bill is paid.
Residents Concerned About Abandoned Homes
A man living near the University says one of their properties is causing problems in his neighborhood.
Operation Mother's Day Goes After Delinquent Dads in Jefferson County
The two-day operation results in dozens of arrests totaling $339,460.49 in late child support payments.
Walmart Neighborhood Market To Hire 90 Associates in Conway
A hiring center is now open at an existing Conway Walmart on Highway 65 North.
Federal Funds Roll in to Help Uninsured Arkansans Obtain Coverage
Health centers across the state will share $1,387,991 for enrollment assistance.
Conway Dentist Charged with Terroristic Threatening
Larry Fincher, 58, was arrested Thursday afternoon.
Search for Missing Fisherman Continues
This is day 2 of the search for Mark Russell.
Attorney General Releases Post-Oil Spill Air-Quality Data, New Hotline
According to a press release, the Arkansas Department of Health reviewed the data from the AG’s independent sampling, and determined that, in 13 of the 14 homes, “breathing the indoor air is not expected to harm people’s short-term health.”
UA Graduating Class Largest in School History
About 1,000 more grads this year than in 2012.
Man Stabbed in Russellville, Suspect Arrested
Wednesday night incident happened on South Greenwich Avenue.
Powerball Jackpot Jumps to $270M, Mega Millions at $154M
The next drawings are Friday (Mega Millions) and Saturday (Powerball) night.
Woman Accused of Killing Her Husband Appears in Court
Laura Eubanks of Bryant faces a Capital Murder charge in the death of Mike Eubanks.
Church Fire May Have Burned Evidence of Cause
Structural damage to the First Baptist Church at Highland Park is estimated at $1.5 million dollars.
Pot Bellied Pig Trial Set for June
The fate of the pet is still undetermined.
UALR Committee Formed to Fight Crime
Campus Safety group will rely on feedback from school community.
Bear Taking Form From Tree on UCA Campus
Artist Gary Keenan started the carving Monday and plans to be wrapped up by Thursday.
89-Year-Old Woman Swims to Safety after Falling in Pond
Drew County emergency crews attempted to rescue an 89-year-old woman from a pond but couldn't find her.
Gun Bill Sponsor Says Sen. Pryor Could Reverse His Vote
West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin (D), co-sponsor of a controversial gun background check bill that failed Senate passage two weeks ago, said that Arkansas Sen. Mark Pryor (D) could be a swing vote after changes to the bill are made.
Woman Needs Your Help Finding Foster Mom
A woman searching for her foster mom just wants to say thanks.
Consumer Alert Issued by Attorney General Over Oil Spill Proposal
Dustin McDaniel issued the consumer alert today to share with affected homeowners and others his thoughts on the latest proposal, which he said fails to include provisions for fair compensation to all impacted property owners.
Sherwood Couple Claims Home is Sinking
After trying to work with the contractor to fix the problems, the Bearden's say they have no choice but to walk away from their dream house that's become a nightmare.
Mayflower Spill Victims Head To Protest Pipeline Construction in DC
A group of activists known as the "Remember Mayflower Coalition" are in Washington D.C. this week to deliver a message to top government officials about oil pipelines.
Little Rock Shooting Leaves One Dead, Home Shot Up
A late-night shooting in Little Rock left a 21-year-old man dead and sent bullets crashing into the home of an innocent bystander.
Missing Boater Lost Near Cadron Settlement
Conway police and Game and Fish Commission searched for a man who didn't come home last night.
Comedy Legend Bill Cosby Performs in Conway September 26
Performance is part of UCA's 2013-14 Public Appearances season.
1 Killed in Multi-Vehicle Crash, Portion of I-40 Closed
Arkansas State Troopers are still on the scene of a six-vehicle crash in the eastbound lane of Interstate 40 at the 199 mile marker near Hazen.
Holly Brown is Little Rock School District's Teacher of the Year
Third grade teacher at Terry Elementary will represent the district in the Arkansas Teacher of the Year competition.
Dozens of Jobs Coming to Little Rock with Power Company Expansion
Midcontinent Independent System Operator (MISO) will invest at least $5-million to build regional operations center.
White Hall Man Wins $88,000 with Lottery Scratch-off Ticket
Joseph Hill won prize in 5-dollar game.
Helping Single Parents in Saline County Go Back to College
Fundraiser for Single Parent Scholarship Fund Thursday on the courthouse lawn in Benton, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Boppy Pillows Donated to Arkansas Nurse-Family Partnership Home Visiting Program for Mother’s Day
The Boppy Effect™: Get One, Give One Program supports first-time moms.
Insurance Rating Upgrade for Pine Bluff Fire Department
City's recent passage of the 5/8 cent sales tax gets some of the credit.
UniverSoul Circus Comes to Little Rock
Troupe is performing at the Arkansas State Fairgrounds.
Powerball Jackpot Tonight at $222M, Mega Millions Climbs to $154M
Grand prize amounts rise after weeks without winners.
Bike to School Day
The Little Rock School District encouraged students and administrators alike to hop on their bikes for a ride to school today.
Man Shot to Death on Little Rock Street, Police Seek Suspect
Officers were called to the scene on Black Jack Court around 11 o'clock Tuesday night.
PB Fire Dept. ISO Rating Improves
Pine Bluff's fire department achieves a higher safety rating.
AG McDaniel Says ExxonMobil Not Doing Enough For Spill Victims
Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel called an afternoon press conference Tuesday to speak about his investigation into an oil spill March 29th that rocked the town of Mayflower.
Crime Tracker: Burglaries in Little Rock and Bryant
In Bryant and Little Rock, burglars are breaking into businesses by breaking windows.
Special Report: When Seconds Count
Fox 16's Josh Berry suits up to test out which smoke detector could save your life if your home catches on fire.
Convicted Arsonist Sentenced to 100 Years in Prison
Police say he set fire to an apartment with a baby inside. With the accused on his way to prison the mother of the infant says she's relieved he'll be off the streets.
UALR Job Application Question Raises Eyebrows
A question on the electronic application form for employment at the University of Arkansas Little Rock appears to be not just odd, but discriminatory.
State Asks for Dismissal of "Fetal Heartbeat" Legal Challenge
Attorney General Dustin McDaniel says a lawsuit challenging the state's new "fetal heartbeat" law should be tossed out.
Arkansas Attorney General Organizing Fund for Oil Spill Victims
Attorney General Dustin McDaniel (D) announced Tuesday (May 7) that he is mobilizing his office resources into a dedicated clearinghouse for the victims of the ExxonMobil Pegasus pipeline oil spill that occurred May 29 in Mayflower, Arkansas.
Juvenile Offender Escapes Arkansas Treatment Center
The Arkansas Department of Human Services Division of Youth Services is searching for a 17-year-old who escaped the Dermott Juvenile Treatment Center.
Updated: Police Have Suspect in North Little Rock Stabbing Death
The filing of charges against the unnamed individual will be decided by the prosecutor's office.
Task Force Formed to Address Concerns of Mayflower Oil Spill Victims
Arkansas Attorney General's Office leading the effort.
School, Nearby Office Employees Spar over Traffic Concerns
Last year, the state Department of Education voted to allow the school to accept increase its enrollment to 800 students. But that's in violation to the city's ordinance that the school can only have 600 students.
Saline County Woman Arrested after Husband Found Shot to Death
Deputies had first thought the man's death was an accident.
North Little Rock Lawyer Enters 2014 Arkansas Attorney General's Race
Republican candidate has already raised more than $50,000 for his campaign.
Series of Earthquakes in Van Buren County
Nine tremors reported between Damascus and Clinton so far this month.
Ohio: Women Kidnapped 10 Years Ago Escape
Victims had been abducted in downtown Cleveland, families all lived within two miles of where they had been held.
Illuminate the Cure
Mother's Day event in Little Rock/North Little Rock at the Big Dam Bridge.
Bring out the Silver: AY Magazine is 25!
Little Rock publication is celebrating a quarter of a century in bringing its magazine to the community.
10th Annual Clearing the Air in Communities of Color Conference
Event is May 16th at the in Pine Bluff Convention Center.
Mega Millions, Powerball Jackpots Swell Again
The next drawing is tonight for Mega Millions, Wednesday night for Powerball.
What's Happening in May at NLR's Laman Library?
Dan Noble shares details on the list of events for this month.
Marking Foster Care Month in Arkansas
Ribbons decorate a Little Rock bridge as part of the festivities.
Family Raises Suspicions After Police Find Two People Dead inside Home
A family is demanding answers Monday night after police responded to a Little Rock home and find two people dead inside.
Pine Bluff Officials Debate Residency Requirements
The Pine Bluff City Council is considering a new residency ordinance after months of strife over two existing laws requiring department heads to live within city limits.
911 Prank Will Cost The City Money
Someone called 911 and lied about an emergency so now the city must pay the price.
Pot Belly Pig Owner Starts Online Petition to "Save Sooie"
Pot belly pig owner Jyll Latham has started an online petition asking the city of Little Rock to change its ordinances to allow pigs as pets without space restrictions.
Lack of Witnesses Complicates Kensett Shooting Investigation
White County detectives say more than a dozen people may be witnesses to a weekend shooting that left a man in a hospital. But so far, no one is coming forward.
Updated: Man, Woman Found Dead in Little Rock Home Had Been Shot
Little Rock Police are investigating double homicide at 32nd & Bishop streets.
Brandon Mitchell, 3 Other Hogs Leaving University
The University of Arkansas Razorbacks football team will be without three players next season.
Bryant Police Release Video of Subway Burglary, Seek Suspect
Friday night break-in happened at restaurant in the Alcoa Exchange Shopping Center.
Conway Nominated for Chance to Win Dog Park
Your votes needed online for city to win. Two ways to vote through May 31st.
Tourism Week Observed Through May 12 in Arkansas
Communities across the state plan special events as part of their local celebrations.
Arkansas Auditor of State Charlie Daniels Will Not Seek Re-election
Long-serving state official's term expires in 2014.
Slim Chickens Restaurant Opens in Little Rock
It's located at 4500 W. Markham Street. Specialties include fresh, cooked-to-order chicken tenders, wings, salads, sandwiches, and wraps.
Mahalia: A Gospel Musical in NLR May 12
Shorter College's Academy of Creative Arts presents the musical at the Argenta Community Theater.
Toad Suck Daze Wraps Up in Conway
CONWAY, AR_ Toad Suck Days wrapped up on Sunday.
North Little Rock Superintendent Retirement Party
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR_North Little Rock School District says farewell to superintendent.
Cops vs Solicitors Incident in Maumelle Prompts Move To Strengthen Regulations
City leaders in Maumelle will consider tightening laws to keep some door-to-door sales people out of their neighborhoods.
Balloon Release Celebrates Victory For Dyslexic Children
A group of people gathered at the capitol today to release balloons for dyslexia.
"Swatting" Shows Up In West Little Rock Neighborhood
The popular trend of where someone makes a fake emergency call to 911 happened in a Little Rock neighborhood.
Little Rock Police Search For Man Connected To Stolen Car
Incident happened around 5:30.
Guard Remembers Fallen Soldiers From Arkansas
Ceremony at Camp Robinson remembers Arkansas fallen
Shooting in White County Sends One to Hospital
One person shot another hurt in fight
Toddler Hit By Car Driver Charged with DWI
Three-year-old airlifted to Arkansas Children's after being hit by car.
Memphis Cop Indicted on Rape Charges
A Memphis police officer has been indicted on multiple rape charges.
Arkansas College Goes Green
John Brown reduces amount it puts in landfills
Accident Knocks Out Power
Power knocked out on Cantrell when car hits power pole.
Arkansas Rice Farmers Send Letter to FDA
Arkansas rice farmers ask the FDA to monitor Vietnamese rice.
Honor Flight Returns Home To Little Rock
A group of WWII veterans return home from a day trip to Washington D.C.
Cinco de Mayo Fiesta Helps Students Go To College
UPDATED:School District Tells Gay Man He Can't Speak At Graduation
After being invited to speak at graduation ceremony, man has the invitation pulled.
Turkish Food Fest Held In Little Rock
Event celebrated diversity.
Help Find Arkansas' Most Wanted
If seen, call 1877-Wanted2
Two Injured in Dickson Street Shooting
The Fayetteville Police Department is investigating an overnight shooting on Dickson Street Saturday.
Central Arkansas Veterans Travel to Washington
World War II veterans from central Arkansas go to see memorials in D.C.
Club Fire Now Out In North Little Rock
Blaze broke out around 10:30 at 3805 MacArthur Drive.
Bentonville Hotel On List Of Best New Hotels
21c named Best New Hotel
Memphis in May Kicks Off
Music fest opens with wet and cold weather.
Free ATV Park in North Little Rock Now Open on Weekends
Ott Park is seen as a good alternative to riding in other public areas.
Children Donate Money to Help Homeless Man
Lani Rogers got her brother and cousin to donate money, and they started asking other family members and friends for donations. Within an hour, the trio collected $140 for a homeless man to stay in a motel.
Senator Pryor Says He Would Look at Another Proposal on Background checks for Guns
The Senator addressed the issue at the Delta Caucus Conference in Little Rock.
Uncommon Allies Out of Common Foes
We've all heard the stereotype that the mail-carriers and dogs don't really get a long. Here's a story on a very unlikely pairing of two usually common foes.
Triple Murder Suspect Makes Appearance in Clark County Court
The man accused of killing two little girls and their stepfather made an appearance in court.
Historic Tour Planned For Morrilton Saturday
Event celebrates Morrilton history.
Morrilton Students Not Allowed To Call Parents During Lockdown
Lockdown was prompted by incident near school.
ATV Riding Park Opens In North Little Rock
ATV Riding Park Open On The Weekends in North Little Rock.
Bill and Hillary Clinton Attend Airport Dedication Ceremony
Thousands showed up at the Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport to honor the couple and unveil a new state-of-the-art ticket lobby and baggage system.
Heavy Rain Leads to Flooding in Eastern Arkansas
Cold, wet weather may change the plans for planting for some farmers.
Record Setting Cold Snap
Cold snap breaks snowfall and temperature records for the Month
Update: Teen Found Safe in Ozark National Forest
18-year-old Jay H. Greer, Jr. of Lone Rock had been missing since around 5:00 p.m. Thursday evening.
21-Year-Old Charged in Pine Bluff Shooting Death
Jonathan Jones is facing a Capital Murder charge.
Execution Dates Requested by the State for Four AR Death Row Inmates
Letters delivered to Governor's Office asking for action.
Forest Park Elementary PTA Raises Another $20,000 for New Athletic Complex
Money comes in during donation drive that started April 25.
$126-million Jackpot up for Grabs in Tonight's Mega Millions Drawing
The winning numbers will be drawn at 10 o'clock.
Clintons in Little Rock Today for Airport Dedication
Bill and Hillary Clinton attend ceremony naming airport after them.
A Visit with the State's Top High School Discus Thrower
Mark Guffin shares his inspirational story of hard work and perseverance.
Historic Event Underway: May Snowfall in Arkansas
History is unfolding on this May 3rd as snow falls in Arkansas for the first time on record.
Rabies on the Rise as Temperatures Drop
As the temperatures start to plummet counties across the state are reporting a rise in rabies.
Bullying Twitter Town Hall Meeting
A panel of seven experts visit FOX 16 to discuss bullying.
Hutchinson, Coleman Draw Differences In Delta Group Speech
Republican gubernatorial candidates Asa Hutchinson and Curtis Coleman appeared back-to-back at the Clinton School of Public Service to speak to a gathering of more than 100 Delta leaders.
Toad Suck Daze Organizers Anticipate a Cold, Good Time
Stuck on a Truck started at noon Thursday with 23 people trying to keep their hands on a truck to win it.
Crime In Hillcrest Not Stopping Community Events
Police stats show increase.
Little Rock Zoo Board Members Consider Future Changes
During the zoo board's meeting today, members got a glance at some of the ideas being discussed to finalize the master plan for the attraction.
Search for Suspects in Deadly Hot Springs Home Invasion Shooting
Police release photos of two suspects hoping the public can help identify them.
Pine Bluff Radio Station Owner Shot, Recovering at Memphis Hospital
The owner of a Pine Bluff gospel radio station is shot in his hometown while trying to help a man he saw lying along a street.
Police Investigating Little Rock Bank Robbery
LRPD says a man brandished a gun in the Bank of the Ozarks on North Chester, told everyone to get on the ground and proceeded to rob the bank.
Arkansas Attorney General Sues Greenbrier Used Car Dealer
Lawsuit alleges that consumers were not provided titles for vehicles they purchased.
Record Setting May Snowfall Likely for parts of Arkansas
An unusual late season cold snap moving into Arkansas may bring the first measurable May snowfall ever observed in Arkansas
Little Rock Crews Respond to Duplex Fire
The fire burned two units on Tanya Road, it broke out around 1:30.
El Dorado Man Gets 10 Year Sentence on Gun, Drug Conviction
32-year-old Edwin Ross of El Dorado has been sentenced for being a felon in possession of a firearm and other crimes.
Snow? in May? It Could Happen in North Arkansas Friday
Cooler air from Canada expected to bring flurries, maybe more.
State Archives Debuts Online Index of Arkansas Deaths from 1819-1920
In Remembrance database can be found on the Arkansas History Commission's website.
No Powerball Winner Wednesday, Saturday Jackpot Climbs to $191-million
Mega Millions grand prize also a big one at $126-million for Friday's drawing.
NLR Elementary School Starts Bullying Patrol
Members wear orange vests, use walkie talkies to look for bullying during recess.
National Day of Prayer Observance in Little Rock
People of all faiths gather at the State Capitol for noon ceremony.
Warning: Phone Scam Tries to Take Your Money
The Arkansas Attorney General's Office tells us how the scam works so you'll know if they target you.
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.