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Clouds gradually thin out Tuesday morning, giving way to plenty of sunshine Tuesday with milder temperatures.
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.