The base is on lockdown as of 11:45 a.m. this morning in the interest of protecting all base members and resources from a suspicious individual.
Razorback football fans can officially start the 2014 Arkansas Football season at the annual Fan Day presented by Pepsi on Sunday, Aug. 17 from 2-4 p.m.
Backers now have until August 18 to gather 15,107 more signatures to make the November ballot.
The accident involves a dump truck that toppled some power lines, officials say.
The Garland County Sheriff's Office says it happened during an argument between Garrett Cain, 26, and William Cain, 68.
The ongoing squabble over funding one of Arkansas's busiest jails came to a head again Tuesday night. The controversy is splitting Pulaski County cities -- some agreeing with the county's long-term proposal and others calling it a bad deal.
The mother of a man found shot in North Little Rock is asking people to stop committing violent crimes.
New security features that are being installed this summer include cameras plus entrances that require permission for visitors to get inside school buildings.
Mike Ross and Asa Hutchinson discuss the issues in Springdale and Eureka Springs.
An Arkansas lawmaker says legislation requiring classrooms to lock from the inside could be filed for the legislative session next year.
A June 16 jail brawl left a detainee in critical condition while the culprit was released from jail two days later. Now, authorities are asking for the public's help in tracking him down.
Artist Theresa Cates volunteered to share her talents with the cities but not everyone likes what she painted.
Fred Lee Williams, 51, is charged with abuse of a corpse and first-degree murder in the April 2013 death of 36-year-old Tangela Walton, of Warren.
New features that are being installed this summer include cameras plus entrances that require permission for visitors to get inside school buildings.
Wawona Packing Co. is voluntarily recalling peaches, nectarines, plums and pluots that were packed at its Cutler, California, warehouses between June 1 and July 12.
Authorities say Ryan David Oyen, 30, of Cabot, had more than 16,000 images of child pornography on his home computer.
Monday morning accident happened on Hwy. 63 north of Hwy. 69.
The Red Cross expressing an urgent need after the recent July 4th holiday.
A 76-year-old man was hit by a car early Monday morning in Little Rock.
Newest KIDS COUNT Data Book also shows state still ranks poorly in economic well-being of children.
An investigation into a White County policeman is being conducted after video surfaced showing the uniformed officer at what appears to be a party.
Spencer Knight is your average student athlete preparing for his senior year of football. But this OBU fullback is also impacting lives off the field.
It's sending disaster responders there to provide care to residents in the path of wildfires.
Booneville woman talks about her dad Timothy Buffington.
The state is taking the first step to make sure more state inmates serve their time in prison instead of county jails.
Police say on Monday afternoon three masked men robbed Skyroad Gas on 65th Street.
Nurses at Baptist Health Medical Center-Arkadelphia can now take an iPad to the bedside of a new mother and consult with another nurse who is a certified lactation consultant on staff at Baptist Health Expressly For You.
They include: Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield, Celtic Insurance Company, National Blue Cross Blue Shield Multi-State, QCH Health Plan Inc., and QualChoice Life and Health Insurance Company, Inc.
The victim, a 76-year-old man, was found lying in grass alongside N. Hughes Street.
It happened around 4 a.m. Sunday at the Green Oak station on Main Street.
Victim's boyfriend faces Capital Murder charges.
To protect yourself, remember that the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery typically does not call people to tell them that they've won, except in contests that the person has intentionally entered.
Robert Harris, 17, charged in shooting death of Michael Cook, 29.
Two local filmmakers are creating a documentary on art piracy.
The community presented each veteran with a medal -- a way to say 'thank you' for their service.
The river inside the park is a fast-flowing rapid and the city says it's important for the public to be prepared when they are on it.
A woman who has been missing for 36 years was remembered by her family and friends today during a memorial in Magnolia.
Stoby's flips flapjacks to help buy backpacks for students in need.
A memorial ride was held Sunday for Laura Wooldridge, who died in the Saturday morning accident.
Police are asking for the public's help identifying the victim who was found at Campbell Rd. and Whippoorwill Lane.
It's a welcome relief for some residents whose homes were surrounded by high water for three weeks.
More than 100 breweries and 350 beers were on tap at the Great Arkansas Beer Festival in Little Rock.
Parkview High School Class of '94 spent their class reunion putting together gift bags for current students.
This week's Arkansas' Most Wanted is Steven Ray Allen.
More protests against illegal immigration.
39-year-old Amanda Potter may have died of natural causes, State Police are investigating.
Little Rock Police say Robert Black, 75, suffers from dementia & alzheimer's.
Police say a woman got their attention while trying to get out of a moving vehicle, after a chase, a man is facing a list of charges.
The Deputy Consol for the Mexican Consulate in Little Rock does not believe added security is needed for rallies.
The International Council of Corvettes Club says they rally for a different cause each year.