North Little Rock man sentenced to 17 years in federal prison for illegally possessing firearmTHV111 DAY AGO
54-year-old Kelly Suzan Evans has been missing from her Arkansas home since October 14, 2017Ada E.NewsBreak Contributor
Mother and Baby Found Dead: Little Rock Police Investigate HomicideRachel PerkinsNewsBreak Contributor
Little Rock Micro Village Homes Cost Over $3 Million to House Homeless PeopleClarence WalkerNewsBreak Contributor
Ductless Heating: A Smart and Affordable Choice for Your HomeShaunMurfeeyNewsBreak Contributor
Arkansas's Unique Noise Ordinance- Honking After DarkGolden GlitterNewsBreak Contributor
Attorney general approves ballot proposal for changes to Arkansas medical marijuana laws
A group’s plan to put medical marijuana accessibility changes before Arkansas voters in November crossed a major milestone with approval of the ballot proposal on Tuesday.
Arkansas housing authorities secure $900k federal funds to boost financial stability
LITTLE ROCK (KATV) — Multiple Public Housing Agencies (PHA) and Project Based Rental Assistance (PBRA) owners in Arkansas will be receiving over $900,000 in funds to help Arkansans attain self-sufficiency and financial stability. On Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced over $128 million from the...
FDA recalls 'gas station heroin'; tianeptine abuse grows despite Arkansas ban
LITTLE ROCK (KATV) — The Food and Drug Administration is asking consumers to pay close attention to a product that has harmful effects, both physical and mental on those who ingest it. The drug tianeptine, commonly known as gas station heroin, has been recalled by the FDA. They sent...
Nominate Your Favorite Cabot Public Schools Teacher for the 2023-2024 Teacher of the Year Award
Cabot Public Schools, in partnership with the Cabot Classroom Teacher Association, Cabot Panther Foundation, and Centennial Bank, has opened nominations for the 2023-2024 Teacher of the Year Award. The nomination period, open to various stakeholders including supervisors, colleagues, parents, students, and community members, starts on February 20 and ends on February 29.
Experience the East: Four Must-Try Japanese Eateries in Cabot
In this article, we'll be exploring four exceptional Japanese restaurants located in Cabot. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these establishments? If yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below:
Revive AR app launched to help with drug addiction
The Arkansas Opioid Recovery Partnership launched an app focused on helping people dealing with addiction.
Unsecured weapons in prison
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — A federal court in Arkansas denied a state prison warden’s request to dismiss an inmate’s complaint that officials failed to protect him from assault by other inmates, who beat him with padlocks that were unsecured in their rooms. The warden and chief of security were aware that the padlocks had previously been used in violence between inmates, yet allowed the locks to remain unsecured, which might constitute deliberate indifference.
New app designed to help Arkansans struggling with opioid addiction
ARKANSAS, USA — The Arkansas Opioid Recovery Partnership (ARORP) launched a new cellphone app focused on helping people dealing with addiction. The app is called ReviveAR and is designed to help with prevention, treatment and even recovery. Among the features of ReviveAR, the app offers access to live written...
Arkansas driver's manual does not mention roundabouts
The Arkansas Department of Transportation Driver’s Manual, as of July 2023, does not mention the word roundabout despite Conway having 35 of them. The Arkansas State Police, which administers the driving test, also produces the ARDOT Driver’s Manual. ARDOT Communications Coordinator Holly Butler, assisted by the Head of...
What Joplin residents will see during the eclipse
JOPLIN, Mo. (KSNF) — In just a few weeks, a total solar eclipse will darken skies across North America. The celestial event will happen during the early afternoon of April 8, and will be visible for millions in states like Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri, among several others. Many consider this eclipse to be a rare, […]
A Taste of Italy in Cabot: The Top 3 Italian Dining Destinations to Visit
This article presents three exquisite Italian restaurants in Cabot. Have you had the chance to dine in any of these establishments yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts! Please share your experiences in the comments section below.
Governor Sanders allocates $4.34 million for local recreation facilities
Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders has recently made an announcement regarding the allocation of funds for various projects in the state. The Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage, and Tourism will be granting a substantial amount of $4.34 million specifically for Outdoor Recreation Grants. These grants will be supporting initiatives in 29 different counties throughout Arkansas.
54-year-old Kelly Suzan Evans has been missing from her Arkansas home since October 14, 2017
Kelly Suzan Evans, a 54-year-old resident of Enola, Arkansas, vanished under mysterious circumstances on October 14, 2017. Known for her love of solitude, Kelly was last seen at her home in rural Faulkner County, leaving behind a trail of unanswered questions and a community in search of answers.
Experience the total eclipse at Arkansas state park this August!
If you're looking for a way to enjoy the total eclipse, look no further than Arkansas. You can enjoy a celestial treat on August 8th by watching the Great American Eclipse from their state park!. For more information and to book your stay, visit www.arkansas.com. *THIS SEGMENT IS SPONSORED BY...
Introducing Ozark Mango: A New Nectarine Variety from Arkansas Fruit Breeding Program
The Arkansas Fruit Breeding Program has launched a new nectarine variety, the Ozark Mango. This is the program's seventh nectarine variety, designed for growers in the southeast or mid-south of the United States. The Ozark Mango is a yellow-fleshed nectarine with standard acid levels, typically harvested around July 1 at the Fruit Research Station in Clarksville. Margaret Worthington, the program's director, describes the Ozark Mango as sweet with a pleasant, mango-like aroma and flavor.
How personal income has changed in Pulaski County—plus, see how it compares to the rest of the state and country
Stacker analyzed Bureau of Economic Analysis data to see how personal income has changed in Pulaski County, Arkansas and how it compares to state and national levels.
Free tax filing opportunities for Arkansans
It's tax season, and many people are looking for the best way to file this year— but here are some ways to get them down without spending a dime.
Local Voters in Charge Push for Casino Referendum in Arkansas
Several years ago, in 2018, residents in Arkansas voted in favor of an amendment to the state’s constitution that proposed casino gambling expansion. Per the amendment, casinos would be established in Crittenden, Jefferson, Garland and Pope Counties. By now, all counties have already established their casinos with the exception of Pope County, where the fourth casino license was tangled in a legal dispute that is still ongoing.
High Stakes Gamble; Go behind the wheel with Arkansas State Police training on traffic stops
When it comes to pursuits and tactical vehicle interventions, or TVIs, 2023 was a record year for Arkansas State Police.
Arkansas Attorney General Tim Griffin says new office building to honor late Chief Deputy Bob Brooks Jr.
Arkansas Attorney General Tim Griffin announced Wednesday that the building for his new office location will be named after former Chief Deputy Attorney General Bob Brooks Jr.