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Treatment Homes Inc. is set to host its 35th Annual Gingerbread Extravaganza and Holiday Coloring Contest in the capitol city.
A Russellville medical clinic became a hot spot for a car jacker going around town.
Flu-related deaths in Arkansas are spiking past last season as the state continues to deal with a "Very high" flu activity level.
People across the McGehee School District were left devastated after the sudden loss of their high school band director, Thomas Trigg and his wife, Janet.
A win for Sherwood’s top city office marks a new memory in what once was a dark day for Mary Jo Heye-Townsell.
A welding expo in North Little Rock held a "Students Day," offering young Arkansans a chance to explore high-paying jobs that do not require university degrees.
Members of the community are shaken after a homicide that happened in the middle of the day Tuesday in west Little Rock.
Little Rock’s vice mayor is looking to bring more transparency to city contracts up to $50,000 following controversies stemming from a canceled music festival this year.
A local nonprofit is kicking off the holidays with Santa and an open house.
A Little Rock man is pushing for action after he said a Pulaski County Sheriff’s Deputy took no action in a recent shooting
This time next year there will be a new addition to the Arkansas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired and Arkansas School for the Deaf in Little Rock.