State Senator David Sanders sits down with Fox 16 Good Day Anchor David Goins to review the State and House election results.
Asa Hutchinson shares his thoughts on winning the Republican Nomination for the Arkansas Governor's Seat.
Mike Ross shares his thoughts on winning the Democratic Nomination for the Arkansas Governor's Seat.
Bruce Westerman shares with Fox 16 Good Day Anchor David Goins his thoughts on winning the Republican Nomination for 4th District.
Political analyst Bill Vickery and Jessica DeLoach break down the May Primary Election results.
Fox 16 Good Day reporter Maxine Ridling reviews the Gubernatorial race. Asa Hutchinson won the Republican nomination and Mike Ross won the Democratic nomination.
Tommy Moll shares his thoughts on his campaign for 4th District Congressional Race.
Ross for Governor Ad, January 2014
Special election in Benton following population growth. Added tax will go towards advancing several projects throughout the city
(R) Lt. Gov. Mark Darr will run for the 4th district Congressional seat left vacant by Senate hopeful, (R) Tom Cotton
Breastfeeding Equipment for Free?
Candidates Emerge for Lt. Gov Post
Blog editor Roby Brock tells Good Day's Deedra Wilson about the changes taking place as the hotel comes under new ownership.
Former Congressman Asa Hutchinson has made his gubernatorial candidacy official
Congressman Tim Griffin Talks about Sequester with Deedra Wilson on Good Day Arkansas
Roby Brock talks about $1 billion+ manufacturing plant
Thousands of Arkansans head to Obama Inauguration
State of the State address
Freshman legislators must get up to speed quickly
Roby Brock talks about legislative session
The 89th General Assembly is officially underway. New house speaker Davy Carter says to expect some conservative leadership at the state capitol.
The 89th General Assembly convenes Monday morning and priority number one for lawmakers centers around Medicaid.
Tim Griffin met with commanders at the Little Rock Air Force Base to talk about possible cuts and the base's future.
Rep Tim Griffin votes against fiscal cliff measure
Curtis Coleman forms exploratory committee
Gov Beebe in Washington DC
Talk Business' Roby Brock on medical marijuana in Arkansas
Content Partner Roby Brock with Talk Business delves into the minds of Arkansas voters.
FOX16's David Goins talks to Congressman Tim Griffin
Tom Cotton wins Congressional District 4
Candidates casting their votes today.
Voting machine problems occurred at 10 polling sites.
Long lines on last day of early voting
Suspense to the end, Obama, Romney yield to voters
Donna Terrell sits down with 4th District Congressional Candidate Tom Cotton.
One-on-one with Sen. John Boozman
Redus talks why he filed the lawsuit, possibly allowing him to stay in office another 2 years.
Congress Griffin talks RNC and other topics
Three companies in Arkansas announce layoffs this week
Roby Brock on the Affordable Care Act
Investigators released a report on the fire that killed a Jacksonville family of five back in March.
At least three groups turned in signatures ahead of the deadline Friday for various measures to appear on the November ballot.
Saturday, state GOP members elected 21 delegates and 21 alternates to the Republican National Convention. They are all pledged to Mitt Romney in Tampa this August.
Q. Byrum Hurst concedes CD-4 to Gene Jeffress.
Q. Byrum Hurst concedes the CD-4 race to Gene Jeffress
Arkansas Senator Gene Jeffress gets the nod over Q. Byrum Hurst in the 4th congressional district.
Roby Brock analyzes runoff results
Q. Byrum Hurst address those gathered watching the runoff election.
Runoff election results are starting to come in.
Jeffress and Hurst square off in fourth district race.
Rah Howard performs a song from his upcoming album that you can buy on iTunes, beginning next week.
Three Fold Noodles offers homemade noodles and more. Matt Peterson reports.
Sammy Andrews shows the Good Day crew how to box and discusses free fitness lessons at McClellan High on Saturdays.
Laura Connerly discusses how to teach your kids to save.
An up and coming country music star, David Adam Byrnes, sings his new single "Alcoholiday." It's available on iTunes now.
Michael Cook reviews 2 movies, "While We're Young" and "Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2".
La'Twan from Arvest Bank tests the Fox 16 Anchor's knowledge on credit.
Arvest Bank presents Dollars Making Sense. It's a community enrichment program to enhance its ties with local communities in Central Arkansas. Program components include the Economic Empowerment Workshop Series, a college scholarship for graduating high school seniors, as well as sponsorship opportunities for community based and nonprofit organizations.
April is National Donate Life Month. ARORA and UAMS are partnering to put on an event at the Clinton Library.
Who Cares? will be presented this weekend at the Arkansas Repertory Theater.
Many events going on around the Capital City this weekend. Activities include the Travs at Dickey-Stephens Park, IndiaFest and and Who's Bad, a tribute to Michael Jackson.
Kevin Delaney with the Museum of Discovery discusses Science After Dark and shows how a fire tornado is formed.
Thursday is the first home game of the 2015 season for the Arkansas Travelers.
Jon Garrison from Care for Animals discusses the upcoming Paws on the Runway event and introduces viewers to Faith.
Mike Davidson explains the difference between a tire plug and a tire patch.
Matt Peterson reports from Culture Clothing Company. The store offers shirts, outerwear, hats and jeans
Christina Hopson-Allen discusses the 6 Essentials to have in your relationship.
Morgan Jessup explores your closet to find the old to make it new.
Cockrill's Country Critters brings Humphrey the Camel and Rudy Roo the Kangaroo by Good Day. For information on Cockrill's, go to their Facebook page by searching for Cockrills Country Critters Mobile Petting Zoo & Pony Rides
Terrific T's Embroidery adds a personal touch to your wardrobe. Thanks to Terrific T's for making a special Good Day Arkansas T-Shirt.
Angela Thomas, Editor at AY Magazine, discusses the upcoming 8th Annual Sculpture at the River Marker Show and Sale.
Tawanna Campbell-Berry speaks on her upcoming show at The Rev Room and what you can expect to see and hear.
Melissa Dunbar Gates reports from About Vase. About Vase offers many different floral arrangements.
Jessica Cornett from 10 Fitness talks about what you can do to keep yourself motivated to exercise.
It's never too early to teach kids how to save money. Tanya James from Arvest Bank gives pointers on the best way to help kids learn.
Katy and Kristin from the Little Rock Zoo discuss education that you can receive from the Zoo. The Zoo offers different levels of education for your child.
Hilary Hunt reports from Oaklawn on the Arkansas Derby.
Movie critic, Michael Cook reviews "Danny Collins" and "Red Army."
The Donna Terrell's Yoga Warriors Fighting Colon Cancer event begins Saturday April 11.
Jeaneen Niel talks about the difference between a dog trainer and a dog behaviorist and speaks on what the Furry Feet Retreat can do for your dog.
The 14th Annual Women's Health Fair takes place April 10 in Conway. Natalie Walters gets a hands on demonstration on how a woman should defend themselves.
Nate Olson, Editor of Sync Magazine, discusses the upcoming events in Little Rock. Events include Kevin Hart and Jason Aldean.
The upcoming Arkansas Minority Barber and Beauty Shop Health initiative features **free** blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol screenings
Vet. Blair discusses what an be done to prevent heartworms.
Paint Nite is the leader in the 'social painting' space; an experience that combines two activities into one - painting & drinking! 'Social painting' is a fun way for people to combine hanging out with friends, meeting new people and learning a new skill!
The Arkansas State Independent Living Council (ARSILC), in partnership with Arkansas Rehabilitation Services, the Governor’s Commission on People with Disabilities and the Centers for Independent Living of Arkansas cordially invite you to attend the third annual Day at the Capitol for individuals with disabilities and who are Deaf. This year’s event will provide education and awareness in order to promote equal access, inclusion and continue the momentum for Community First Choice Option of Arkansas.
Charlie Simpson discusses forgiveness and whether or not one has truly forgiven.
Tilly's Chic Boutique speaks about their upcoming trunk show and spring fashion.
You can see Stellar Wayz perform at Jazz in the Park on April 8.
The Fringe: IV Party on the Edge will benefit CHI St. Vincent and will feature live music and dinner.
the 3rd Annual Jazz in the Park offers free concerts every Wednesday in April.
April is Parkinsons's Disease Awareness Month. Erika Petersen, a neurosurgeonm discusses the disease and treatments options.
D-1 Sports Training offers athletic-based scholastic and adult training programs, expert coaching and the latest in sports therapy, all in a high-energy, motivating environment.
Andrew Cyrus, trainer from Snap Fitness, demonstrates easy to do arm workouts with exercise bands.
Laura Connerly joins us and discusses the most effective way to use your Tax Refund.
The 10th Annual 'It Takes a Village' Dinner and Auction is Saturday April 11. It benefits the St. Edward Catholic School.
Movie critic Michael Cook reviews two new movies, "Furious 7" and "The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel"
The upcoming golf tournament will go to benefit a local children's playground.
The 2015 Eggshibition at UALR is the 24th Annual. Over the years, the Eggshibiton has raised over $2 million for charity.
Clinton McDonald and other NFL players will host a special Cheer and Football camp for youth in Jacksonville.
Nemo Vista beats Wonderview 32-30, repeating as State Champs.
Jacksonville wins 16 to 7.
CAC wins 48-28
Dollarway wins 34 to 15 claiming the number one seed.
Greenbrier wins 52 to 19
6A South Conference Title Game: Benton vs. Pine Bluff
Benton and Pine Bluff face off for 6A conference title.
El Dorado/Benton Pick-6
Former Hogs roast coach Nolan Richardson for charity, plus our Fearless 40 marches on, and a look at how the Hogs hope to make bigger plays this year.
Wess Moore with Fox 16 Sports
New Razorback Rooftop section of Razorback Stadium and some local high school coaches take the Ice Bucket Challenge.
We check in on the Hogs before they start Fall practice, Scotty Thurman becomes the color commentator for Arkansas basketball, the Cowboys march on in Training Camp, and Drew Smyly is on the move.
The Fearless Friday top 16 countdown continues with El Dorado, some Hogs earn some pre-season all SEC recognition, and much more
A group of 'Best Warriors' arrived at Camp Robinson for a showdown Tuesday.
Pine Bluff police arrest the man accused of shooting and killing one man and injuring another Monday night.
An elected official in Pope County was arrested after police say he was part of a disturbance at a Walmart parking lot.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - In 2006, Texarkana native Dustin Moseley made his major league debut with the Los Angeles Angels. In 2012, Moseley suffered a torn labrum in his throwing shoulder while pitching with the San Diego Padres. That injury seemingly closed the book on his big league career. But that book may have just re-opened. Names like Tim Hudson, David Wells, John Smoltz... Just a few from the list of pitchers who enjoyed success at the major league level after undergoing potentially career-ending surgery. Will Arkansas's own Dustin Moseley join that list? "I'm just excited to be back,” Moseley said. “I thought I was done man and we'll see--it'll be two things for me. One, I'll know I can't compete at that level. It'll be closure for me on that side of it, but I think I can." And the Miami Marlins believe he can as well. After throwing for multiple major league scouts two weeks ago, the marlins gave Moseley something he's been working for everyday for the past six months. A second chance. "I just want to compete,” Moseley said. “The outcome of the games is going to dictate whether or not I get to the big leagues but for me, for my mindset and internally, I just want to go compete and see where I measure up." Since leaving the game two years ago, Moseley has stayed busy. Building an elite training facility in Little Rock called, "Proformance Baseball Academy and Elevate Training.” "If it weren't for this facility, I wouldn't be where I’m at,” said Moseley. “No question about it. If I didn't have the guys surrounding me, pushing me, and holding me accountable." "His shoulder was kind of soggy one day, kind of blown up one day,” said Moseley’s rehab partner, Grant Black. “About a week later he comes in and his bullpen just was so much better than every other day. Then everyday after that it was like that, and I was like, 'Dude you're going to be able to do this. This is starting to get ridiculous." And this week, when Moseley received that life-changing phone call for the second time of his career, the celebration began. "Since I’ve known the guy since we were about six years old, it felt like it was me,” said Will Lewis, co-owner of Proformance/Elevate Training. “Everybody's rooting for him because they know the type of guy he is and how he cares about other people and he's finally going to get to live his dream again." "I feel like I’m playing with house money,” Moseley said. “From here on out there's no pressure. Proformance and Elevate is something I’ve dreamed of a long time ago. Worst case scenario I come back here and live out my passion working with these guys and helping these guys. It's a win-win for me." Moseley left Thursday night to join Miami’s rookie league affiliate, the Gulf Coast League Marlins, in Jupiter, FL. If all goes well, the Marlins believe Moseley could be pitching in the majors as early as late August.
Captain Stephanie Weatherington answers all your outdoors questions
The Fearless Friday top-16 countdown marches on, Arkansas' punter is named to an awards watch list, Tyler Wilson hosts a football camp, and we Ask a Wildlife Officer
Chris Curry makes a homecoming to be the head coach for the UALR Trojans baseball team. Hear how he got to this point and a key factor in his decision.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Calling all Hog fans! SiriusXM Radio is holding their 2nd Annual College Sports Today Traditions Tournament online. Arkansas' famous "Hog Call" has made it to the Final Four is currently going up against Wisconsin's "Jump Around." It all comes down to fan votes to see who wins! You can vote for Arkansas's Hog Call on Sirius XM's College Sports Page. Fans have until Sunday July 6th at midnight ET to cast their vote!
Travelers gear up to host the Texas League All Star Game tomorrow, Michael Qualls gets invited to Kevin Durant's camp, and much more in the world of sports.
Captain Stephanie Weatherington answers all your fishing and outdoors questions.
The Hogs pick up a big commit from one of the state's best players, we preview the "Shootout of the South," plus some big baseball news
Lots of sports news: D-Fish to the coach the Knicks, several Arkansans taking the mound for MLB teams, and Jerry Jones talks about the Hogs playing in his stadium.
An action-packed day of sports, including A-State going on a caravan tour and tons of baseball action
Another Hog has a chance to crack an NFL roster, the diamond Hogs say goodbye to their lone senior, the Arkansas Tech Wonderboys make history, and Lebron goes off.
Captain Stephanie Weatherington answers your questions about the great outdoors
Diamond Hogs gear up for an important series this weekend against Texas A&M, plus we get the final number from the Mayflower/Vilonia charity baseball game
Mayflower and Vilonia play a charity baseball game to help tornado recovery
Mayflower wins the district title in the wake of the horrible tornado disaster that tore apart their hometown.
Hogs continue gearing up for Spring Practice and we check in on the Diamond Hogs who hope to keep some momentum going
A mother of a student in the Riverside School District says another student put his private parts on the face of her son. She wants the school district to take action.
Wess has One Moore Thought on the new Hogs logos and uniforms
Lots of baseball action and some intense in-state matchups going on today in sports
Three amputees from Arkansas whose lives crossed paths head to Boston to take on the Boston Marathon. All three men finished the race with an important message.
ASU Red Wolves Spring game, Real Deal in the Rock, and lots of baseball action.
We check in with Bret Bielema's defense, some high school hoops all star action, college baseball, and ASU as they gear up for the Spring Game
One teacher is hoping to raise awareness about some issues at her school. She says hardened criminals are sitting next to some students who did something as simple as showing up late to school several times.
Captain Stephanie Weatherington answers your questions about the great outdoors
The Hogs have another scrimmage, and lots of baseball action around the Natural State
Hogs try out some players at new positions, lots of baseball action around Arkansas, and we hear from the man who won the Arkansas State Coach-for-a-Day Auction
Hogs Spring practice rolls on, the diamond Hogs take on LSU, UALR previews their new track facility, and the Masters second round
Travs make their home debut for this season, the Hogs continue spring practice, day 1 of the Masters and much more
Otey and Ace made their home debut along with the Travelers
Turkey season is right around the corner and Capt. Stephanie Weatherington answers your questions about it.
Diamond Hogs knock off UNLV, ASU knocks off UCA, and the basketball Hogs pick up a transfer from Texas Tech, who went to high school in Little Rock
The Hogs game gets rained out and UALR and UCA have a base-clearing brawl.
Hogs return to Spring Practice, the Diamond Hogs take out Nebraska, UALR falls to SFA, and Bobby Portis earns even more honors
Jason Snavely has your latest in sports.
A Pennsylvania town has implemented a yard ordinance, forcing home owners to mow their grass or face a fine.
A white South Carolina police officer is arrested after shooting an African-American during a traffic stop.
Student athletes at the University of North Carolina are suing the NCAA.
Entrance fees have been rising at National Parks. Kevin Kelly discusses.
One mom is getting good reviews after using Facebook to discipline her kids.
Kevin Kelly takes your comments from Facebook on President Obama's recent comments about mandatory voting.
The Secret Service asking for millions of dollars to build a fake White House.
Ashley Judd made comments that some did not take kindly to.
An Atlanta based Pastor is asking his congregation to donate money for a plane.
The state of Indiana is considering a bill that would allow Safe Haven Baby Boxes outside public places.
Kevin Kelly asks if it's time to eliminate the death penalty and reads some of your rants and raves.
Can one pray in public too loudly? Kevin Kelly Rants and Raves on what you had to say.
A police officer turns off the dashboard camera while on a traffic stop. Kevin takes your comments from our Facebook page for today's Rants and Raves.
New technology helps schools track students who skip class. Is this a good thing or a bad thing. Kevin Kellly has more in today's Rants and Raves
Kevin asks for your opinions on President Obama's request for war authorization against ISIS
Former Arkansas football coach, Bobby Petrino pulls a scholarship offer from a recruit just hours before signing day.
A Missouri family kidnapped their own son in an attempt to teach him a lesson about talking to strangers. Kevin Kelly reads your comments from the Fox 16 Facebook page.
Tom Cotton made controversial comments about terrorist. Some support the comments and some are against it.
Chris Christie says he believes the government must balance public health interests with parental choice.
On today's Rants and Raves, Kevin Kelly asks viewers opinions about a cop killer being picked as the speaker for a graduation ceremony.
A Fox 16 viewer isn't thrilled with how some people on food stamps are spending their money.
The debate over gun control back in the spotlight after a 9-year-old accidentally shoots and kills a shooting instructor at a gun range.
Mom creates app that will shut your child's phone down if they don't text back.
Four days after 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot and killed by an officer, the town of Ferguson, Missouri now dealing with another police shooting.
A community outraged after a police officer shoots and kills an unarmed 18-year-old boy in Ferguson, Missouri.
The Department of Homeland Security just dropped a cool $450,000 to buy gym memberships for their employees.
A mom being criticized after publicly shaming her daughter on social media.
The on-going debate over whether video games are bad for kids, takes yet another twist. Now, a new study says they can actually be good for a child's development.
The owner of a popular California restaurant is making headlines after banning noisy kids from his restaurant.
On August 8, the city of Baltimore will enact one of the toughest ever youth curfew laws with the goal to keep kids safe.
According to a new government report the U.S. could be missing nearly half of U.S. weapons provided to Afghan security forces over the past decade.
Verizon wireless announcing the launch of a new rewards program that allows customers to receive discounts for shopping, travel and dining. But what's the catch? Kevin Kelly explains in today's Rants & Raves.
The new girl scout barbie dolls are sparking controversy among consumer groups that say it sends the wrong message to young girls.
A Florida jury rewards a widow $23.6 Billion in a lawsuit against a tobacco company.
Singer Jessica Jackson and the band Encore join Fox 16 Good Day for Music Monday. For booking information, call (501)707-7766 or email Jessica at Jl_Jackson@ymail.com
The former dictator of Panama is suing the publishers of the popular video game Call of Duty.
A Professor at Brown University thinks lowering the legal drinking age here in the U.S. could not only help educate kids but even save lives. Kevin Kelly has more in his Rants & Raves segment.
Two mobile-app driving companies are wanting to make their services available in Little Rock, but city officials are fighting their efforts.
U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl is set to return to active duty this week after the U.S. traded five senior Taliban operatives at Guantanamo Bay to get Bergdahl back. Kevin Kelly talks about the controversy surrounding his release in today's Rants & Raves.
According to a recent survey by Express Employment Professionals many employers are having a hard time filling open positions.
44 children died last year after being left in hot cars. Now some people are questioning if the federal government should step in.
The government spent $100 billion dollars last year in payments to people who may not have been entitled to receive them.
The Obama Administration may soon be partnering with Iran in order to try and stop the progress of Sunni Militants in Iraq.
A high school senior will not be receiving his diploma after stripping at his graduation.
Arizona High School students outraged after opening their $75 yearbooks and find random strips of duct tape covering student quotes that school officials deemed to be racist.
Lawyers are now drawing up digital agreements for couples with rules on what can and can't be posted online.
A Maryland father hits his teenage daughter's teacher with a baseball bat and it appears he won't face any charges.
Facebook has a new feature that has the ability to turn on your phone's microphone and listen to what's going on around, identify music your listening to or what TV show you're watching without you even knowing it.
According to a new poll, most of American's will never achieve the American dream.
MySpace is attempting to win back it's old users with a new marketing strategy.