|Texas Wildlife Oil Response Team Tends to Animals
A group from Texas is providing care to dozens of wild animals covered in oil after the Exxon Mobil pipeline ruptured in Mayflower last week.
|Alligator caught near a Saline County home
A Saline County man captures a small alligator living near his home.
|Reward offered in Bald Eagle killing
Authorities are looking for the person who shot a Bald Eagle in Logan County.
|Video: Conway bear tranquillized, falls out of tree
After nearly six hours, two tranquillizer darts, and a couple squirts from a fire hose, a bear has been safely removed from a tree in a Conway neighborhood.
More people are hiking and camping now that the weather is warmer and enjoying the Natural State, but it's not just people out and about. Animals are more active in the spring, looking to feed and mate.
|3 accused of selling alligators in south Arkansas
Authorities say three men have been arrested on suspicion of illegally selling wildlife after an Arkansas State Police trooper pulled over a car and discovered a baby alligator inside of a box of diapers.
|Fish habitat in 4 counties to be protected
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing that 224 river miles be protected as critical habitat for five endangered fish species in Arkansas, Alabama, Kentucky and Tennessee.
|Dead ducks dumped in Conway
14 dead ducks de-breasted and dumped on the side of the road behind The Links at Cadron Valley Golf Course in Conway have some people wondering if the ducks were plucked from the ponds around the green.