77-year-old Sammie Palmer was last seen on Linder Road around 10:00 a.m. Friday.
Police say a woman tried to kidnap a realtor at gunpoint Friday morning.
The shooting happened around 9:20 p.m. Friday night., one man is hospitalized, another is being sought for questioning.
The image of a man pointing a gun at another man is gaining thousands of views on social media and across the Natural State. Authorities are speaking out on whether the man who pulled his gun out at a Kroger parking lot was in the right.
A Mayflower family talks about how they spent the past year after losing their home in a tornado.
A teacher at Maumelle High School is accused of drinking and taking prescription medication before crashing into a car in the school parking lot Friday morning.
In the lawsuit filed by Bolding's attorney Friday, it is alleged that NLRSD delayed Bolding's termination hearing, which the suit claims violated state law.
A Pulaski County deputy is arrested after being involved with a contraband drop.
More than a hundred people from across the nation are expected to attend the first AR Bigfoot Conference.
A police report states the 16-year-old boy admitted to drinking a 32 oz. beer in the Maumelle High School restroom before he was taken to the office Friday morning.
Jonathan Taylor, aka “N.O.”, 30, receives a 9-year sentence after July 2014 arrest in Hot Springs.
The investigation began in June of last year. According to detectives, a computer sharing child porn images was traced back to a home in Gentry.
Winds greater than 60 mph and hail greater than one inch also expected.
Sources say they were taken to the hospital due to "conditions not related to crash."
Deputies are looking for Jaycob Luke Anderson, 30, of Bexar, after the late night incident Thursday at a residence near Mountain Home.
The Friday morning accident happened in front of the high school.
During a routine exercise, Little Rock police say they found a gun inside a car at Lisa Academy.
Following its April 18th meeting, the Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation (COCA) awarded initial approval for the additional location, which ultimately will allow for 115 new medical students each year in Arkansas.
Senate Bill 202 passed earlier this year prohibits new ordinances protecting people not already covered under Arkansas's Civil Rights Act from discrimination.
A community comes together to focus on loved-ones lost to violence. Thursday, people held candles while focusing on bringing victims and their families together. The goal was to empower each other.
A trip to the grocery turns into a stand-off when a shopper decides to take the law into his own hands.
Randy Wood, a recovering addict discusses how the UAMS drug rehab program helped him and Dr. Michael Mancino, Associate Professor of Psychiatry at UAMS explains the recovery process.
There are those who suffer from chronic pain and need painkillers, but as Kevin Kelly found out despite new laws and drug monitoring programs, another serious concern is emerging right here in the Natural State.
The owner says he'll be moving the herd to another county.
It happened at Lisa Academy just off Markham.
An ongoing investigation alleges a youth pastor in Atkins was intimately involved with a 15-year-old girl at his church.
150 soldiers reunited with their families after a nine month deployment overseas.
The University of Arkansas has extended the agreement of women’s basketball coach Jimmy Dykes by adding two years to his contract which now runs through March 2020.
Central Arkansas group still working toward city hosting future bowl game.
Listeria monocytogenes contamination discovered in a sample randomly collected by the Nebraska Department of Agriculture.
Roy Moody cashes in big with a $20 scratchoff ticket.
The first chances for the hunt are during archery season, starting Sept. 26.
A mobile home was reported to be engulfed in flames just outside Ravenden when firefighters arrived around 1 a.m. Tuesday.
Breaking News and News Documentary coverage of the April 2014 killer tornado outbreak recognized.
Police arrested 19-year-old Jacob Wetzel Thursday after he led them to a field of multiple marijuana plants near the Mud Creek Trail.
Christopher Hughes, 36, is accused of exposing himself to a woman during a massage.
Department officials say having Spanish-speaking officers will help reach out to citizens in neighborhoods where violence has occurred.
Benton High School students have a chance to get into local politics.
After a two month investigation, police arrest four people in a drug bust in Lonoke County.
The district will no longer fund after-school transportation. It will impact more than 500 Bryant students that go to the Boys & Girls Club every day.
Police say a man and woman were looking at homes and taking pictures in Lonoke County. The next thing they knew property was missing at a house.
It happened at an apartment complex off of Pebble Beach Road.
A new National Park Service report shows that 1.4 million visitors to Hot Springs National Park in 2014 spent $87.6 million in communities near the park.
The Pine Bluff School Board approved laying off 68 employees across the district, and the employees found out they were losing their jobs, not by notification from the district but an article in the newspaper.
HSCSO had been to the home along HWY 84 in Bismarck several times but were never able to find him.
Little Rock Police searching for the suspect in the shooting death of a restaurant employee.
John Chester Smith, 62, was charged Wednesday with manslaughter in the March 21 mauling death of De'Trick Omar Johnson, 36.
It happened just after 3 p.m. Wednesday.
An officer with the Benton Police Department pulled over Jeffery Kilpatrick, 45, of Little Rock just before 1 a.m. Wednesday morning.
They've each applied for construction permits with the city.