|Only 12 of Arkansas' 75 counties have burn bans
Only a dozen of Arkansas' 75 counties have burn bans left in effect after the remnants of Hurricane Isaac dumped rain on parts of the state.
|Benton fireworks display
The City of Benton had a fireworks show Sunday night after the hot, dry conditions forced the cancellation of the fireworks show on the Fourth of July this year.
|Fire danger remains high across Arkansas
The Arkansas Forestry Commission says the wildfire danger remains high across Arkansas despite some rainfall and cooler temperatures in the past week.
|Maumelle continues with fireworks plans despite heat
Monday morning, Maumelle city workers started wetting the grass in preparation of Wednesday's fireworks show.
|Extreme wildfire danger
High temperatures and low humidity are pushing wildfire danger levels to the extreme according to the Arkansas Forestry Commission.
|Fireworks stands close in Benton due to burn ban
Even though Stefan Jones purchased a business permit, she can't sell because of a Benton city ordinance that requires fireworks vendors to shut down when a burn ban is in place.
|Burn bans cool-off firework business
"Yesterday we had five customers all day," said Rickey Dixon while standing in front of his A-1 Fireworks stand in Alexander. He didn't have many customers Monday either. He says the hot, dry weather is cooling off his business.
|No campfires in 2 national forests in Ark., Okla.
As the drought intensifies in the region, the Ouachita and St. Francis national forests in Arkansas and Oklahoma have banned backcountry campfires.
|Pulaski County under burn ban
County Judge Buddy Villines has ordered a burn ban for Pulaski County.
|Why no burn ban in Pulaski County?
The Arch Street Fire Department was back at it again Wednesday, working on a rekindled grass fire that started for the first time Tuesday. That's when it spread to neighboring duplexes and roughly 10 homes were evacuated.