FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- (U of A Press Release) The 16th annual Arkansas Poll found an electorate more pessimistic about the direction of Arkansas and more optimistic about their personal future. Likely voters prefer Republican candidates, although a record significant gap divides male and female voters. Among very likely voters, Tom Cotton, the Republican candidate, maintains a significant lead over Democrat
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- An 8-year-old boy says he's afraid to get on his school bus because he's almost been hit by a passing car four times. The boy's mother is demanding something be done. Her child goes to Pulaski County Special School District. Since they live on a dead end street, the bus picks him up at a nearby
HOT SPRINGS, AR - Republican Tom Cotton urged supporters of his U.S, Senate bid Wednesday to notify others to get out and vote ahead of election day November 4th. Cotton, 37, also would not say if he would support Sen. Mitch McConnell, (R-KY) for Senate majority leader if he's elected to the Senate and Republicans gain a majority of seats
CRITTENDEN COUNTY, AR - Senator Mark Pryor and Congressman Tom Cotton are locked in one of the most expensive and lengthy Senate races we have ever seen. With control of the Senate hanging in the balance, the national significance of its potential outcome is not going unnoticed. Proof of that by Chuck Todd's--moderator of NBC's "Meet The Press"--stop
PINE BLUFF, AR -- The Pine Bluff Police Department is investigating a check fraud incident that happened Tuesday afternoon. According to police, a woman tried to cash a check that did not belong to her and with identification that was not hers. Sgt. David De Foor with PBPD said the woman was driving a tan or white Ford Explorer when
LITTLE ROCK, AR- Just say no to drugs. It's an important message being echoed through the hallways of Arkansas schools this Red Ribbon Week. Law Enforcement officials say drugs are ending up in the hands of younger and younger children. This is not just a high school or middle school issue anymore. The Pulaski County Sheriff's Office started seeing an
LITTLE ROCK, AR - One person has been transported after a shooting on Interstate 630. It happened on 630 East in between the State Street Bridge and the Broadway Exit around 6:00 p.m. According to a spokesperson for the Arkansas State Police, several callers reported what they thought might be a motor vehicle crash, others reported what they described
NORTHWEST, AR - "We have a lot of haunted places in Arkansas," says Shelle Stormoe. The Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs is one of the most famous. "It was, at one time in its history, a cancer hospital. However it was run by a quack says," Stormoe. "Most of the ghosts at the Crescent are related to that time that
Update (Oct.29): PIKE COUNTY, AR- The identity of the man who stuck a girl getting off a school bus has been released. An 88-year-old man was driving a Ford Explorer westbound along Highway 70 in the Salem area when he hit Jazmin Hernandez, 12, of Glenwood. The Arkansas State Police submitted an investigative report to the prosecutor who is reviewing
LAKE OUACHITA, AR - A house boat owner says squatters broke their way into his boat using a crow bar to pry open a sliding door. Jerry Ramsey owns both a pontoon and house boat at the Echo Canyon Marina on Lake Ouachita. Friday (10/24), after having not been at the lake for several weeks, they found out someone was
(U of A Press Release) The 16th annual Arkansas Poll found an electorate more pessimistic about the direction of Arkansas and more optimistic about their personal future. Likely voters prefer Republican candidates, although a record significant gap divides male and female voters.
KARK 4 Today anchors Aaron Nolan and Mallory Brooks test out blueberry pancakes made by Gubernatorial Candidate Asa Hutchinson.