We'll be live at the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office with the latest.
The body of the Pulaski County realtor was found early Tuesday morning in Cabot.
The family of Beverly Carter released a statement after investigators discovered her body Tuesday morning.
After 6 a.m. on Tuesday, the man charged with Pulaski County realtor's murder was walked to a vehicle to be taken jail.
Investigators obtained information that led them to the 12100 block of Hwy 5 in Pulaski County.
Authorities say Lendell Boydston, 50, was clearing the site where his RV business had been destroyed in April.
Police say a third suspect is still on the run.
The victim is identified as Courtney London, 32.
Arron Lewis, 33, faces charges in connection with the disappearance of Beverly Carter.
Doc Holladay discusses the Monday morning capture of Arron M. Lewis, 33, in the disappearance of realtor Beverly Carter.
Incident happened Sunday night. A 27-year-old woman is being held on a murder charge for the death of Kiera Ward.
Incident happened early Sunday morning in an area off 10th Street.
The Pulaski County Sheriff's Office is looking for 33-year-old Arron Lewis.
Sheriff Holladay said that on Saturday, a staging area for the search will be on Faulkner Lake Road near the Stonelinks Golf Course.
St. John's Catholic School in Hot Springs released a statement regarding the arrest of Zachary T. Nehus, a teacher there who faces child porn charges.
The vigil will begin at 8 p.m. Thursday at Crye-Leike Realtors in North Little Rock.
The suspects in the case are from Texas and were last seen driving a blue 2001 BMW X5 sport utility vehicle.
Students, faculty, staff, and families are welcome to join in on tailgating, a residence life open house, concessions, entertainment, and free lunch.
Zachary Thomas Nehus, 42, of Hot Springs was arrested Thursday afternoon on 30 counts of distributing, possessing or viewing matter depicting sexually explicit conduct involving a child, a Class C felony.
Reports says parolee caught breaking into home was trying to leave with a jewelry box.
Beverly Carter, 49, of Scott was last seen on Thursday. Her car was found in front of a home she was scheduled to show on Old River Drive.
According to the Pine Bluff Commercial, Adrian Patillo, 33, was sentenced to two life sentences without parole.
The crash shut down Arkansas Highway 12 near the intersection of Village Drive, just east of the Beaver Lake Bridge.
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Cassie Kay Compton, 15, is 5'3" tall and weighs about 100 pounds.
Barry Gebhart, 51, was sentenced Thursday in a Benton County court. He will serve no jail time, but will be on supervised probation for the next five years.
West Fork man accused of stealing car a month before his arrest in a stabbing death.
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Wanda Kennaird, 89, was found safe, according to the Hot Spring Co. Sheriff's Office.
Susan Elaine Boyce, 60, was sentenced to four years in prison to be followed by three years of supervised release.
Blaze broke out Tuesday morning before dawn.
Off-duty detective working inside store finds victim and suspect minutes after incident.
It happened Monday afternoon on Highway 82 near County Road 150.
The victim was a passenger in a pickup truck that was hit by another truck that had crossed the center line, according to the Arkansas State Police.
Coalition used 200 pieces of ordnance, source says.
The Red Wolves have been named players of the week after Utah State victory.
No charges filed in August incident.
More samples are pending confirmation at the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention.
The steel mill and recycling facility will hire more than 500 people at an average annual salary of $75,000.
Two cars collided on Hwy. 49 South Sunday night.
A story making National headlines and appearing on social media accounts around the world started right here in Central Arkansas
The Home Depot confirmed that their payment data system has been breached, putting 56 million credit cards at risk.
Debra Cole of Hot Springs has been named the area’s outstanding Consumer of the Year by the Department of Human Services Division of Services for the Blind.
Waylon Spivey found big money in a $5 game.
August jobless rate rises to 6.3 percent, an increase of one-tenth of a percentage point from the previous month.
Col. Lee Ellis, a U.S. Air Force fighter pilot and a prisoner of war in Hanoi for more than five years, spoke at Harding University.
John Obar had just got the call Thursday morning that escaped inmate Timothy Buffington was at the house next door--west of Boonville in Logan County.
The jail is currently holding more than 200 inmates for the state because of overcrowding issues.
Arkansas Game and Fish Commission collects fines from game law convictions, the money goes back to the county where it was collected.
The state prison escapee was caught Thursday morning in Logan County.