|Razorbacks face Memphis in WNIT
The University of Arkansas women’s basketball team faces Memphis in the first round of the Women’s National Invitational Tournament, it was announced by the selection committee via email Monday.
|Former service member opposes women in combat
Defense leaders strike at the glass ceiling, making it possible for women to join their male compatriots on the front lines.
|Dozens rally against "War on Women"
Saturday, men and women rallied in all fifty states as part of the UNITE Women movement as it pushes for equality for women across America.
|UALR hosts Girls of Promise Conference
Saturday, women in career fields dominated by men shared their success stories with about one-hundred young ladies at UALR.
|AR National Guard promotes woman to Brig. Gen.
Saturday, North Little Rock's Patricia Anslow became the Arkansas National Guard's first female general officer.
|Professional women baseball players visit NLR
If you've seen the movie "A League of Their Own," you know the Hollywood version of the true story of women who played professional baseball during and right after World War II.
|44,200 race for a cure to end breast cancer
Waiting and hoping to find a cure for breast cancer is why more than 44,000 people filled the streets of downtown Little Rock Saturday. The event is the the 18th annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
|Protecting yourself from Domestic Abuse
Including Monday's victim, thirty-four Arkansas women have lost their lives to domestic violence since 2010. That's according to the Arkansas Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Many of the women had orders of protection against their killers.